Eagle Lodge

Contributors:
John Berry, attributed builder; John A. Faucett, probable carpenter; Martin Hanks, carpenter; William Nichols, architect
Dates:

1823

Location:
Hillsborough, Orange County
Street Address:

142 W. King St., Hillsborough, NC

Status:

Standing

Type:

Fraternal

Images Puslished In:

Catherine W. Bishir, North Carolina Architecture (1990).
Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Piedmont North Carolina (2003).
Frances Benjamin Johnston and Thomas Tileston Waterman, The Early Architecture of North Carolina (1941).
C. Ford Peatross, William Nichols, Architect (1979).

Note:

Local tradition claims William Nichols as the architect and the young John Berry and his older associate Samuel Hancock as the brickmasons for the Eagle Lodge, built in 1823 in elegantly simple classical style. Carpenter Martin Hanks recalled in his old age that while he was in Hillsborough, “I built the Masonic Hall for that town the Masons price being $4,000.”