Oddfellows Hall (Seattle, Washington)

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Oddfellows Hall
Seattle - Oddfellows Temple 01.jpg
Building in 2008
LocationEast Pine Street and 10th Street, Seattle, Washington
Coordinates47°36′54.14″N 122°19′11.18″W / 47.6150389°N 122.3197722°W / 47.6150389; -122.3197722Coordinates: 47°36′54.14″N 122°19′11.18″W / 47.6150389°N 122.3197722°W / 47.6150389; -122.3197722
Built1908
ArchitectC. A. Breitung
Architectural style(s)Renaissance Revival
Oddfellows Hall (Seattle, Washington) is located in Washington (state)
Location of Oddfellows Hall in Washington
 
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Oddfellows Hall
Seattle - Oddfellows Temple 01.jpg
Building in 2008
LocationEast Pine Street and 10th Street, Seattle, Washington
Coordinates47°36′54.14″N 122°19′11.18″W / 47.6150389°N 122.3197722°W / 47.6150389; -122.3197722Coordinates: 47°36′54.14″N 122°19′11.18″W / 47.6150389°N 122.3197722°W / 47.6150389; -122.3197722
Built1908
ArchitectC. A. Breitung
Architectural style(s)Renaissance Revival
Oddfellows Hall (Seattle, Washington) is located in Washington (state)
Location of Oddfellows Hall in Washington

The Oddfellows Hall in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington is a historic building built in 1908.[1] It is located at East Pine Street and 10th Street, near Broadway.

Seattle - Oddfellows Temple 04.jpg

In 2007, it had long served as "a cultural nucleus and point of convergence for community and arts organizations", but its continued status in that capacity was in question.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Woodridge, Sally B.; Roger Montgomery (1980). A Guide to Architecture in Washington State. University of Washington Press. p. 146. ISBN 0295957794. 
  2. ^ Brendan Kiley (October 24, 2007). "What's Going to Happen to Oddfellows Hall? Three Real Estate Deals and What They Mean for Seattle Theater". Retrieved October 2, 2010. 

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