AKA: Elks Hall, Modesto, CA

Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - stores; built works - recreation areas and structures

Designers: Davis-Heller-Pearce Company, Architects and Engineers (firm); Hugh Y. Davis (architect); Hans E. Heller (architect); John W. Pearce (business manager)

Dates: constructed 1925-1926

3 stories

13th Street and I Street
Modesto, CA 95354

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Davis-Heller-Pearce Company received this commission for a three-story building (with basement) to house an Elks Lodge and a retail spaces in 1924. It was located at 13th and I Street, and was to cost in the range of $100,000. George Bare was the Exalted Ruler of the Modesto, CA, Elks at this time. A list of contractors and suppliers for the building included: Excavating: Blanchard Bros., Modesto; lumber: Kewin Lumber Company, Modesto; steel sash windows: Detroit Steel Products Company, San Francisco, CA; reinforcing steel: Gunn Carle and Company, San Francisco; Schrader Iron Works of San Francisco received the steel contract worth about $3,800.

PCAD id: 17199