Triune Masonic Temple

The Triune Masonic Temple is a meetinghouse of Freemasonry in Saint Paul, Minnesota, built in 1910 in the Neo-Classical Revival style, designed by Henry C. Struchen (1871-1947). It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 13, 1980. Triune Temple is the last remaining historic Masonic temple within the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Several lodges meet at the temple, including Saint Paul Lodge Number Three, Braden Lodge #168 and Unizar Lodge #347.

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