Madison Masonic Temple, Madison, Wisconsin

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Madison Masonic Temple
Designer Law, Law & Potter
Location Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Date 1925
Building Type Social
Construction System Stone, Limestone, Brick, Asphalt, Stone
Architectural Style Classical Revival
Street Address 301 Wisconsin Ave. Walk Score
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National Register of Historic Places
Name Madison Masonic Temple
ID Number 90001456
NRHP Status Listed In The National Register
Certification Date 09/13/1990
Level of Significance Local
NRHP Documents Text (pdf) ; Photos (pdf)




Designed by Madison architects James R. and Edward J. Law along with partner and associate Ellis J. Potter.

All three where active Masons and members of Madison Lodges. The firm went on to craft the Lodge Buildings at Edgerton, Portage, Delevan, Evansville, Broadhead, Fort Atkinson, Oconomowoc, and Freeport, IL. Today the firm is Potter Lawson.

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