A gallery of abandoned fraternal organizations in the United States.
Memorial Hall is a former library, city hall and jail at Railroad and North 4th streets in Ironton, Ohio. It was mostly demolished in 2014.
The Friars Club is a non-profit social service organization in Cincinnati, Ohio that is dedicated to serving at-risk and disadvantaged children through organized sports, activity, nutrition and fitness. It once operated a facility in the CUF neighborhood.
Eagles Lodge No. 336 is a former Mansfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge at 129 North Main Street in downtown Mansfield, Ohio.
The Mystic Temple is an abandoned Shrine mosque, completed in 1908 and vacated in 2005. The building is one of the best examples of Moorish Revival architecture.
The abandoned Ashlar Lodge No. 639 Masonic Temple, located in the Miles Park neighbourhood in Cleveland, Ohio, is a noted Cleveland Landmark. It ceased to be used as a lodge in 1969, although the building was reused for other purposes until the 1990’s.
Jerusalem Lodge No. 90 Masonic Temple is an abandoned Masonic temple in Illinois where Freemasons held meetings. Opened in 1924, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.