The two-storey red brick with concrete detailing hall building, according to Vaughan (1960) was the 'meeting place for very many lodges in the various degrees of Freemasonry. The first lodge to be established was the Pentalpha Lodge, No. 90'
Rare colour photo of a significant hall in Kew, now demolished and replaced with a carpark.
35mm colour transparency (slide) of the former Masonic Hall in Walpole Street, Kew. The two-storey red brick with concrete detailing hall building, according to Vaughan (1960). In from of the building is an A-frame sign advertising the Kew Historical Society which at that time (c.1980) shared the building with other organisations under the banner of 'The Copy Shop'.