Masonic Lodge Hall
Chatham, Virginia

By Henry, Patricia, Sarah, David, and Jonathan Mitchell, with research assistance provided by Fletcher B. Watson, IV.

Front view

Masonic Lodge Hall

On the front of the building at 61 North Main Street is seen a neoclassical facade, added around 1915-1920. The upstairs is still utilized as a meeting area for the local masonic lodge, and the downstairs is occupied by Tune & Toler, Inc., a mechanical systems contractor.

North side

North side of Masonic Lodge Hall

One can see the details of the original 1858 Greek Revival construction best from the north side of the building.

South side

South side of Masonic Lodge Hall

Original construction is also visible when the building is approached from the south.

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