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The building now known as the Baptist Manse was built as a Masonic Temple in 1798. Based upon practices in other Masonic temples, members likely gathered for meals downstairs and performed the rites of their order upstairs. The Gothic pointed arches of the second floor windows ...
Yellow building, recently restored, decorative woodcuts, red corrugated roof, portico on the east side of building.
Painted white, decorative wrought iron gate, portico on the front of the building
Off-white paint scheme, Zinc hip roof. North side - 1st floor has two glass jalousies and 1 barred double glass jalousie with a yellow awning. The 2nd floor has three glass jalousies. The west side 1st floor has three glass jalousies and the 2nd floor has 3 ...
2 bays, gable roof, yellow paint, wood cut decorations along bottom of roof.