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Masonic Temple (Port Hope, Michigan)

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Area  less than one acre
MPS  Port Hope MPS
Opened  1867
Built  1867
NRHP Reference #  87001962
Added to NRHP  20 November 1987
Masonic Temple (Port Hope, Michigan)
Location  4425 Main St., Port Hope, Michigan
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
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The Masonic Temple in Port Hope, Michigan is a building from 1867. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

The building has served as the main social and public building of Port Hope. Its architecture is vernacular, with a "smattering" of Greek Revival/Classical Revival elements.

The building eventually became the Rubicon Township Hall. Its gable-front, two-story design with simple Greek Revival elements may echo the design of an 1864 store that town founder Stafford built (but which was burned in 1902).

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