||Edwin B. Worthen Collection
||Photo folder: MASONIC BUILDING, BEDFORD STREET
Masonic Building, Hancock Street and Bedford Street.
A postcard, negatives and photographs of a historic building, located across from the Town Common in the center of Lexington.
Built in 1822, it was the site of first Normal School in the United States. Also called "Historic Hall." Exterior photos show its evolution from a school to its current image and use as a Masonic Hall.
4 photos of current Masonic Lodge, corner Hancock and Bedford Street.
3 photos, 1 of house next door on Bedford St.
1 postcard 1965 reproduction of earlier image
This is a folder-level record in Series 19. Lexington Properties and Landmarks.
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||Lexington Normal School
Historic (Masonic) Hall, Hancock Street #1
Masonic Hall, Hancock Street #1
Hancock Street #1, Masonic Hall
||MASONIC BUILDING, BEDFORD STREET