Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Rural Lodge

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This classical revival style building was designed by J. William Beal Sons who had previously designed such outstanding Quincy buildings as the Adams Building, 1342-68 Hancock Street and the Bethany Church. This architectural gem was built in 1926, for a sum of $235,000. This quasi-public building serves as a Masonic Temple.


brattcat said...

What an interesting building and set off beautifully by the brilliant blue sky.

Beak Wilder said...

There's a skateboarding fiasco just waiting to happen on those steps.

marley said...

Very grand. I like the collumns.

Hilda said...

It looks solidly built. Softened by the autumn leaves and the beautiful blue sky.

Graeme said...

It IS an impressive building - you should just see inside!

Winter or Spring?

March has proven to be a fickle month so far.  This pre-school play area illustrates it well.