The upper two stories of the lodge hall designed by a Montana firm are emphasized by paired two-story pilasters with sandstone Ionic capitals set between broad shallow arches and chevron-patterned spandrels. The window pattern is reminiscent of the Chicago School, as is the deep bracketed cornice dotted with glazed-tile antefixae. Some windows have been infilled with modern glass or glass block.
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Grand Order Masonic Temple
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