The Odd Fellows Hall continues to serve as one of two large meeting places in town, though it is now in poor condition. The two-story main mass has brick walls rising to corner parapets and central shed roofs with wide overhangs. Four shields decorating the second-floor facade contain letters spelling out “IOOF.” The front-entry vestibule, one story tall, has a curved parapet topped by concrete coping. Inside on the first floor are a kitchen and dining room-meeting room. The upper floor is more ornate, with wainscot, a stage, and a tabernacle used during lodge ceremonies.
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