National Register of Historic Places


Saratoga Masonic Hall

Saratoga

Date Added to Register

Wednesday, March 29, 1978

Smithsonian Number

48CR679

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The Saratoga Masonic Hall is a two-story red brick flat-roofed building constructed in 1892. It is representative of late nineteenth century period of construction in Saratoga, when businessmen replaced the log and frame establishments of Saratoga's central business district with investments of brick and stone. On February 9, 1893, one year following the institution of the lodge, the Saratoga Masons moved into their new hall. The lodge used the building's top floor for their meetings, while initially the main floor was leased as a store and later as a school. The building is significant because of its association with the Saratoga Masons, and because of its membership which has included leaders in both community and statewide affairs.

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