Charleston, South Carolina, The Mason Temple, c1895

On the southeastern corner of King and Wentworth streets stood the Masonic Temple, built in 1871 by J.H. Devereaux. He was one of four Devereaux brothers responsible for a group of mills on the Ashley River, which became the first place in Charleston to prepare pieces of framed buildings to ship around the country for assemblage.


Charleston, South Carolina, The Mason Temple, c1895

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101833__HPCHS

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