102 Main Street North

102 Main Street North, ca. 1900 (Masonic Lodge)

Two-story brick traditional commercial/fraternal building with flat roof and flat parapet with stepped-down sides. All brick has been rendered over and painted. Storefront consists of a central entrance with flanking classical entablature with simple cornice surrounds entrance. Second-floor windows are paired 1/1 double-hung.


Near the top of the façade is a diamond-shaped stone inlay with Masonic symbol, flanked by two indented brick panels. The secondary facades contain segmentally arched windows filled in with either brick or plywood.