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Adams Vacuum and Sewing building

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  04000259
Architectural style  Neoclassical architecture
Built  1911
Opened  1911
Added to NRHP  6 April 2004
Adams Vacuum & Sewing building
Location  509-513 E. Main St., Montrose, Colorado

The Adams Vacuum & Sewing building (also known as the Montrose Masonic Temple) refers to a historic building in Montrose, Colorado. Constructed in 1911 as a meeting hall for Montrose Lodge No. 63, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, the building is in the Classical Revival style. The Masons met in the upper floors, while the ground floor was rented out as commercial space (in addition to the Adams Vacuum and Sewing company, it has held a printing and office supply store and a funeral home). The lodge no longer meets in the building. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.

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