Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures

Designers: Williams, Warren Heywood, Architect (firm); Warren Heywood Williams (architect)

Dates: constructed 1882

2 stories

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35 West 8th Avenue
Downtown, Eugene, OR 97401

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Portland architect Warren Heywood Williams designed this two-floor, brick fraternal hall/commercial building located on a main street in Downtown Eugene, OR.

Building Notes

Drawings of the Masonic Building in Eugene, OR, were included in the John C. Pratt Collection of Warren Heywood Williams Architectural Drawings, held at the University of Oregon Libraries. This small collection also included drawings of the Oregon Electric Railway Passenger Station in Eugene. (See University of Oregon, "John C. Pratt collection of Warren Heywood Williams architectural drawings," accessed 01/29/2021.)

In 1955, the American Red Cross, the McCain Agency (offering FHA loans and insurance), Bradford's Children's Shoes, and the Boehnke Printing Company occupied space at 35 West 8th Avenue. Boehnke's remained here in 1961. (See the Directory of Oregon Manufacturers, 1961, p. 197.)


The Masonic Building was torn down c. 1970 to make way for a Brutalist parking garage.

PCAD id: 23218