National Register of Historic Places in San Joaquin County
The Woodbridge Masonic Hall, designed by architect Charles Beasley, is a unique example of the late 19th century Gothic Revival style.
The building has remained in continuous use and ownership by the same group. While some modifications have been made, it has maintained much of its original detail both inside and out and contributes to the shrinking remains of the historic Woodbridge Central Business District.
Excerpted from the NRHP nomination submitted March 1989.
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