The Eagles Building, located at 129 North Main Street in downtown Mansfield, Ohio, was home to the Mansfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge 336.

The building was designed by Frank Hursh and was constructed circa 1912.1 It was completed for approximately $30,000. The interior included a dance hall on the third floor with elevated spaces on the west and east ends for a band and viewing area.1 The door to the dance hall included a carved hole that was used to identify members wishing to enter the speakeasy used during the days of Prohibition.

In 1966, the Eagles Lodge 336 constructed a new one-story structure at 133 North Main Street.2 The former lodge building was used for other businesses until May 1984.