39 Baker St, Warren, RI 02885
39 Baker Street Warren Rhode Island 02885 US

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Federal style structure, the second oldest continuously used Masonic Hall in North America, was partially built from oak timbers that were part of the British “stone fleet’ sunk in Newport Harbor during the Revolutionary War.

Taken from the “Book of the Dead” and “Papyrus of Ani”, Egyptian motif frescos hand painted in 1915 by RISD artist and Mason, Max Muller, adorn the 2nd floor Lodge Room.

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