Building Oregon

Masonic Building (Salem, Oregon)

Title
Masonic Building (Salem, Oregon)
LC Subject
Architecture, American Architecture--United States
Alternative
Franklin Building (Salem, Oregon) Masonic Hall (Salem, Oregon) Masonic Temple (Salem, Oregon)
Creator
Lawrence, Ellis Fuller Pacific Face Brock Company Washington Brick, Lime & Sewer Pipe Co.
Photographer
Shellenbarger, Michael
Creator Display
Ellis Fuller Lawrence (architect, 1879-1946) Pacific Face Brock Company (builder/contractor) Washington Brick Lime & Sewer Pipe Company (builder/contractor)
Description
This image is included in Building Oregon: Architecture of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, a digital collection which provides documentation about the architectural heritage of the Pacific Northwest.
View
exterior
Provenance
Design Library, University of Oregon Libraries
Temporal
1910-1919
Style Period
Italianate (North American architecture styles )
Work Type
societies' buildings architecture (object genre) built works views (visual works) exterior views facilities, commercial mercantiles (buildings) stores
Location
Salem >> Marion County >> Oregon >> Pacific Northwest Marion County >> Oregon >> Pacific Northwest Oregon >> Pacific Northwest United States
Street Address
495 State Street; 101 High Street Northeast
Date
1911/1913
Identifier
pna_14469
Item Locator
Shellenbarger Colelction, L:25 / 99-06556
Rights
In Copyright
Rights Holder
University of Oregon
License
Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Source
Gift of Michael Shellenbarger
Type
Image
Format
image/tiff
Material
brick, terra cotta, concrete, copper
Set
Building Oregon
Primary Set
Building Oregon
Institution
University of Oregon
Citation
Guide to the Ellis Fuller Lawrence Papers , Northwest Digital Archives, http://nwda-db.wsulibs.wsu.edu/findaid/ark:/80444/xv35243 Ellis Lawrence Building Survey, https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/dspace/handle/1794/2150
Note
This building was illustrated in several contemporary architectural publications, including the American Architect (June 17, 1914), Architectural Record (April 1918), and the Yearbook of the San Francisco Architectural Club (1913). According to Michael Shellenbarger, Ellis Lawrence Building Survey, "Compared to Lawrence's other surviving Oregon buildings, this design is among his best works, published, and of national significance."