A recent addition to the National Register of Historic Places, the Old City Hall/Masonic Lodge was built in 1928 in the neoclassical style. It is the only extant neoclassical style in Heavener as applied to buildings along the First Street corridor. Heavener’s social history is entwined with that of the fraternal orders that bound businessmen and women together in social and public service. The building is in solid condition and there are hopes to restore the interior, including the theater where it can once again be a social center of the town.
|City/Town: • Heavener|
|Location Class: • Government • Theater|
|Built: 1928 | Abandoned: 1928|
|Historic Designation: • National Register of Historic Places (2020)|
|Status: • Abandoned|
|Contributor: Barbara Tyson|
|Year(s) Listed: • 2021|