The two-story brick block with a gable roof houses the Masonic Hall above and a retail store below. The storefront has three arched openings on one side and a fourth on the other side. The single entry on the side street still has its original door. The arched openings of windows and doors with their accented keystones nudge the building over into the Italianate style.
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Masonic Temple Building
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