This barnlike hall, a two-story frame building, has pedimented second-story window lintels on its exaggerated false front. The members of Breckenridge Lodge 47 have convened here since purchasing the building in 1906, using the venerable outdoor stairs to reach the upstairs hall and leasing out the storefront space.
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