Gethsemane Hall

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Gethsemane Hall is a very unique structure, not just for York but for Pennsylvania in General. Described as Neo-Norman in design, it is essentially a mini-castle, complete with towers and battlements. The stone structure, which falls within the Richardson Romanesque Style, was built in 1918 as a Masonic Temple after the local Masons purchased the Old York Post Office next door.

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2002 by Scott D. Butcher


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