Scottish Rite Cathedral Still Stands as Gem

NEW CASTLE, Pa. – Sitting proudly on a hill overlooking New Castle, Pa., is the regal Scottish Rite Cathedral. The landmark building at 110 E. Lincoln Ave. was built nearly a century ago by John S. Wallace, a Masonic official, as a meeting space for all Masonic groups. More than an auditorium, today the cathedral is akin to a fully functioning museum. Construction began in 1924 and was completed the following year on the structure, which was  designed by architect R.G. Schmidt of Mi

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