The Cincinnati Masonic Center is located in the eastern fringes of downtown. It was built by the Valley of Cincinnati, a local branch of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite. I don’t know much about the masons, other than my grandfather used to be one. However, I do know they generally build fantastic structures. This beautiful Mason home opened in 1928 and has been a pleasant viewpoint in the city ever since. Next to the Masonic Center is the equally magnificent Taft theatre, where generations of Cincinnatians have had their ears and eyes entertained with music and play.
I like how you make ordinary city views seem extraordinary.
I like the one of the doors, definitely my favorite.
Thank you. Crazy door huh?
Beautiful structures! We have the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, NJ which has many similiar features (photo here http://www.jerseymanmagazine.com/scottish-rite.php)
Nice. Thanks for the link. I don’t think I’ve ever been to Collingswood. 🙂 Nice building.
The grandfather probably explains your eye for architectural detail. It’s in the blood!
My great-grandfather and one of my great-great-grandfather were Masons. The former is buried in the Masonic section of our local cemetery. I don’t know much about them, either.
I ask my pawpaw but he won’t talk about it. My nana was an eastern star. She won’t say much either.
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