Masonic Temple, 1611 Everett Avenue. (1921)
Turned over to the Masonic Order in 1926, the Knights of Columbus building is significant because of its scale and quality of design, and it represents the era in the city’s history when church and fraternal organizations flourished as alternative outlets in community spirit.
The construction of the building was conceived as a memorial to patriotism of 41 members of the council who had served in the First World War. The building also has characteristics of Second Renaissance Revival Style and some Georgian features.