Masonic Hall

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Built in 1863 on South Beaver Street, this structure was York’s original Masonic Hall. It was designed in the Gothic Revival Style, based upon medieval architectural predecessors. Features include single and grouped pointed arch window openings with hood molds, arched corbel table, shaped parapet, and finial. This structure originally features several finials on the roofline. It is an early Victorian period structure.

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