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Danville Municipal Building (Masonic Temple)
A streamlined Moderne sensibility characterizes this Classical Revival Masonic Temple designed by theater architect Lee, a native of Shamokin. At opposite ends of the smooth stone facade, two entrances with massive entablature flank a central pavilion with four monumental fluted Doric columns. Masonic symbolism is found in the central crest and gryphons on the curved roofline. The building, which has a community ballroom and conference hall, is now used for municipal purposes.
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