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Date

10-1983

Description

Looking north on Church Street, the Masonic Temple, designed by Wilson Brothers & Company, towers over the Burlington Square Mall, now known as the Church Street Marketplace. It is a pedestrian mall that occupies four blocks in Burlington opened in 1972.

The Masonic Temple is constructed in the Romanesque Revival style and was completed in 1898. It was sold in 1983 and underwent renovation, and this photograph of October 1983 shows the building with boards covering all of it’s windows. The building, in addition to retail and office space, continues to host Masonic Lodge meetings and ceremonies.

Beside the temple, partially obscured by the folliage here, is the First Unitarian Church, designed by Peter Banner and built in 1816.

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http://burlingtontravel.net/burlington-vermont-lodging/welcome-to-the-essex-resort-spa/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/donshall/sets/72157622692012301/detail/

http://www.uvm.edu/~hp206/2006/Mardorf/WEB/Pearl5.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Banner

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Creator 1 Role

Photographer

Creator 2 Role

Architect

Subject Headings

Architecture -- Religious Architecture -- Vermont -- Burlington; Architecture, Modern -- 19th century -- Romanesque revival (Architecture); Cities and towns -- Vermont -- Burlington;

Country Name

United States of America

Region Name

Vermont

City Name

Burlington

Keywords

architecture, pedestrian traffic, religious architecture, Romanesque revival, street scene

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