Cranbrook Masonic Temple on Fenwick Avenue: 0003.0028

Cranbrook Masonic Temple on Fenwick Avenue
0003.0028

0003.0028: Cranbrook Masonic Temple on Fenwick Avenue

The Cranbrook Masons hired architects Sedger and Pownell of Victoria to design Cranbrook's Masonic Temple. Finally, on October 24th, 1909, the cornerstone for the building was laid, with a time capsule underneath. Worshipful Master Attridge presided over the first meeting in the new building on July 27th, 1910. In 1973 the City of Cranbrook took the building over, creating the community performing arts spaces of The Studio and the Stage Door.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1910
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0003)

Keywords:

Masonic Temple Freemason Fenwick Avenue The Studio Stage Door

Subjects:

Associations arrow Masons arrow Cranbrookarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrookarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Street Names arrow Fenwick Avenuearrow
People arrow Attridgearrow
People arrow Pownellarrow
People arrow Sedgerarrow

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