Masonic Temple Building

Also known as: Twin Cities Lodge #61 Free and Accepted Masons, Elisha Kent Kane Lodge No. 61
241 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Neenah, Wisconsin

NeoClassical style lodge designed by Alexander C. Eschweiler



Photo taken by J.R. Manning in April 2015




The NeoClassical style structure was designed by noted Milwaukee architect Alexander Eschweiler of Eschweiler & Eschweiler. It rises two stories in height and is topped with a brick parapet. The central entrance is rectilinear in design and consists of a simple stone surround. A modern replacement entry required changing the surround. The olde lintel read, “MASONIC TEMPLE” but the newer lintel simply has the familiar Masonic square and compass. A pair of tripartite window groupings lies to either side of the entrance. They are separated by brick pilasters that identify bays of the building. The building’s mezzanine level features only a slit window in each bay. A series of three windows occupy each bay along the upper portion of the structure. A dentil molding runs beneath a brick parapet.

Update Log 

  • April 24, 2015: Added by J.R. Manning


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