A Bit of Perth

Freemasons Lodge Hall  (Northern Suburbs), 50 Alma Road, Mt Lawley.
Designed by prominent architect Herbert Parry and constructed in 1928 by Todd Brothers builders.

A distinctive two-storey brick hall constructed for the Freemasons Lodge with a single-storey
lesser hall attached. It was opened by Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master AC McCallum MBE on 7 September 1928.

The hall was used by the RAAF during World War II, possibly for intelligence purposes. It is currently used by several lodges.

I keep running into the Todd’s as I look at the architecture of Perth. Here, and here and one of the other Todd’s here.

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