List of Grange Hall buildings
This is a list of notable Grange Hall buildings, which are or were meeting places of The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. There are over 60 such buildings which are historic and are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The list also includes buildings, such as the U.S. National Historic Landmark Oliver H. Kelley Homestead, which were otherwise strongly associated with the Grange movement.
For one state, "in 1870, the Vermont State Grange was organized at the Union Schoolhouse in St. Johnsbury. By 1872 there were twelve subordinate granges throughout the State. Like early farmers' clubs and societies, grange meetings were often held in public buildings dedicated to other uses such as schools, church vestries and town halls. It was not until the 1890s, a time when the Grange was becoming politically active for the first time and experiencing a rapid growth in membership, that local granges began to build their own buildings.":40
- in the United States
(by state then city or town)
|1||American River Grange Hall No. 172||1882 built
|near Rancho Cordova, California||Greek Revival architecture|
|2||Pilot Hill Grange Hall No. 1||1889 built
? designated California Historic Landmark
|On State Hwy 49 (P.M. 31.3), 0.2 mi N of Pilot Hill, California
||Cool, California||First Grange Hall in California, established 1870, building built 1889. The site is California Historical Landmark number 552.|
|3||Boulder Valley Grange No. 131||1900 built
|3400 N. 95th St.
|4||Pike's Peak Grange No. 163||1909 built
|3093 N. State Hwy 83
||Franktown, Colorado||Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements architecture, Vernacular wood frame|
|5||Greenfield Hill Grange No. 133||1897 built
|1873 Hillside Rd.
||Fairfield, Connecticut||Queen Anne style architecture|
|6||Grange Hall (Wilton, Connecticut)||1899 built||Wilton, Connecticut||Possibly included in Cannondale Historic District?|
|7||Elm Grange||1840 built
|near Odessa, Delaware||Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture, Federal architecture|
|8||Cochran Grange||1842 built
|Middletown, Delaware||Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture, Georgian architecture|
|9||Wood River Center Grange No. 87||1914 built
|in or near Shoshone, Idaho||NRHP-listed|
|10||Grange Hall (Murphysboro, Illinois)||1912 built
|Murphysboro, Illinois||Early Commercial architecture|
|11||Vinland Grange Hall||1884 built
|Jct. of Oak and Main Sts.
||Vinland, Kansas||Gable front design|
|12||Church Hill Grange Hall||1878 built
|13||Benton Grange No. 458||1915 built
|Jct. of River Rd. and School Dr.
||Benton, Maine||Colonial Revival architecture|
|14||Grange Hall (Eddington, Maine)||1879 built
|Airline Rd., 0.4 mi W of junction of ME 46 S
||Eddington, Maine||Italianate architecture; also known as East Eddington Public Hall or Comins Hall|
|15||Garland Grange Hall||1891 built
|Off ME 94
||Garland, Maine||Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture|
|16||Lakeside Grange No. 63||1905 built
|Main St., jct. of Main St. and Lincoln St.
||Harrison, Maine||Colonial Revival architecture|
|17||Lee Forest Grange||1840 built
|Main St. E of ME 168
||Lee, Maine||Greek Revival; also known as "Abial Cushman Store"|
|18||Tranquility Grange No. 344||1908 built
|1 mi. N. of jct. ME 52 and ME 173
||Lincolnville, Maine||Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|
|19||Machias Valley Grange, No. 360, former,||1907 built
|3 Elm St.
||Machias, Maine||Queen Anne style architecture|
|20||Wonder Grange||1874 built
|Off ME 11
||Medway, Maine||Also known as Congregational Church of Medway; NRHP-listed|
|21||Monticello Grange No. 338||1922 built
|Main St., 0.7 mi. S of jct. with Muckatee Rd.
||Monticello, Maine||Late Victorian architecture|
|22||Somerset Grange No. 18||1866 built
|Jct. of Main St. and Mercer Rd.
||Norridgewock, Maine||Second Empire architecture; also known as "Eaton School"|
|23||Anson Grange No. 88||1849 built
|10 Elm St.
||North Anson, Maine||Greek Revival architecture|
|24||North Jay Grange Store||1895 built
|25||Oakfield Grange, No. 414||1906 built
|89 Ridge Rd.
||Oakfield, Maine||Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|
|26||Enterprise Grange, No. 173||1884 built
|446 Dow Rd.
||Orrington, Maine||Italianate architecture|
|27||Upton Grange No. 404 (Former),||1899 built
|Jct. of ME 26 and Mill Rd.
|28||Pleasant River Grange No. 492||1909 built
|Vinalhaven, Maine vicinity||NRHP-listed|
|29||Dalton Grange Hall No. 23||1879 built
|Dalton, Massachusetts||Late Victorian architecture, Other|
|30||Foxboro Grange Hall||1897 built
|Foxborough, Massachusetts||Late Victorian architecture|
|31||Guiding Star Grange||? built
||Greenfield, Massachusetts||First grange organized in Massachusetts, in 1873|
|32||Third Meetinghouse||1816 built
|1 Fairhaven Rd.
||Mattapoisett, Massachusetts||Italianate architecture|
|33||Norfolk Grange Hall||1863 built
|28 Rockwood Rd.
||Norfolk, Massachusetts||Italianate architecture, Georgian architecture Was built as a Baptist church; is still used as a Grange Hall now.|
|34||West Stockbridge Grange No. 246||1838 built
|West Stockbridge, Massachusetts||Greek Revival architecture|
|35||Grange Hall (West Tisbury, Massachusetts)||1859 built
||West Tisbury, Massachusetts||A historic building preserved by the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust|
|36||Atlas Grange Hall||? built
|8530 Perry Rd.
||Atlas Township, Michigan||"New-England" architecture; NRHP-listed|
|37||Minnehaha Grange Hall||1879 built
|4918 Eden Ave.
|38||Oliver H. Kelley Homestead||1850 built
|2.5 mi. SE of downtown Elk River, Minnesota on U.S. Highway 10
||Elk River, Minnesota||U.S. National Historic Landmark. Home of one of the Grange founders.|
|39||Bear Valley Grange Hall||1874 built
|in or near Zumbro Falls, Minnesota||Front gabled|
|40||Crescent Grange Hall No. 512||1881 built
|East Bethel, Minnesota||NRHP-listed|
|41||Rackett Grange Hall No. 318||1926 built
|42||Blow-Me-Down Grange||1839 built
|1071 NH 12-A
||Plainfield, New Hampshire||Greek Revival architecture|
|43||Golden Rod Grange No. 114||? built
|W side NH 32, 0.1 mi. S of jct. with Eaton Rd.
||Swanzey, New Hampshire||NRHP-listed|
|44||Grasmere Schoolhouse No. 9 and Town Hall||1889 built
86 Center Street
Goffstown, NH 03045-2917
|in Goffstown, New Hampshire||AKA Grasmere Grange Hall; in village of Grasmere|
|45||Andy's Summer Playhouse||1860 built
582 Isaac Frye Hwy
Wilton, NH 03086
|Wilton, New Hampshire||Building in use as Grange Hall from 1925-1967|
|46||Cold Spring Grange Hall||1912 built
|720 Seahore Road
||Lower Township, New Jersey||Colonial Revival architecture|
|47||Belmont Grange No. 1243||1860 built
|32 Willets Ave.
||Belmont, New York||Italianate architecture, Queen Anne style architecture|
|48||South Bristol Grange Hall 1107||1923 built
|6457 NY 64
||Bristol Springs, New York||Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements architecture, vernacular|
|49||Chaumont Grange Hall and Dairymen's League Building||1898 built
||Chaumont, New York||NRHP-listed|
|50||Upton Lake Grange Hall (former) 802||File:Creek Meeting House and Friends' Cemetery Nov 11.jpg||1777 built
|2424 Salt Point Turnpike.
||Clinton Corners, New York||Colonial Fieldstone architecture. Quaker Creek Meeting Hall until 1927, Grange Hall until 1995|
|51||Copake Grange Hall||1902 built
|Empire Rd., S of Old Rte 22
||Copake, New York||NRHP-listed|
|52||Mountainville Grange Hall||1904 built
|Cornwall, New York||Colonial Revival architecture|
|53||Fly Creek Grange No. 844||1899 built
|208 Cemetery Rd.
||Fly Creek, New York||NRHP-listed|
|54||Gifford Grange Hall||1866 built
||Guilderland, New York||NRHP-listed|
|55||Halcott Grange No. 881||1889 built
|Cty Rte. 3
||Halcott, New York||Queen Anne style architecture|
|56||Star Grange No. 9||1931 built
|Sulphur Springs Rd. between Jericho and Spencer Rds.
||Hounsfield, New York||NRHP-listed|
|57||Thousand Island Grange Hall||1900 built
|E side of Gore Rd., N of jct. with NY 180, Hamlet of Omar
||Orleans, New York||NRHP-listed|
|58||Pleasant Valley Grange Hall||1830 built
|Pleasant Valley, New York||Greek Revival architecture|
|59||Salisbury Center Grange Hall||1929 built
|2550 NY 29
||Salisbury Center, New York||NRHP-listed|
|60||Bethlehem Grange No. 137||1921 built
|24 Bridge St.
||Selkirk, New York||NRHP-listed|
|61||Borodino Hall||c. 1835 built
|1861 East Lake Road
||Skaneateles, New York||Federal architecture|
|62||Niskayuna Grange Hall No. 1542||c. 1850 built
|2572 Rosendale Rd.
||Niskayuna, New York||Built as a schoolhouse and used as Grange since 1948|
|63||Smithville Valley Grange No. 1397||1842 built
||Smithville Flats, New York||Greek Revival architecture|
|64||Walton Grange No. 1454||1886 built
|57 Stockton Ave.
||Walton, New York||It was formerly the Walton Armory.|
|65||Hebron Valley Grange No. 1103||1839 built
|3185 Cty Rte 30
||West Hebron, New York||Greek Revival architecture|
|66||Corriher Grange Hall||1916 built
|near Enochville, North Carolina||It has served also as a school.|
|67||Scioto Grange No. 1234||? built
|255 Cove Rd.
||Jackson, Ohio||The building has served as a meeting hall, as a school, and as a specialty store.|
|68||Griggs Grange No. 1467||1897 built
|near Jefferson, Ohio||NRHP-listed|
|69||Willakenzie Grange Hall||1913 built
|3055 Willakenzie Rd.
||Eugene, Oregon||Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|
|70||Rogue River Valley Grange No. 469||1923 built
|2064 Upper River Rd.
||Grants Pass, Oregon||Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|
|71||Lowell Grange||1940 built
|51 E 2nd St.
||Lowell, Oregon||Bungalow/Craftsman architecture; has also served as a school|
|72||Eagle Grange No. 1||1877 built||Clinton Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania||The Grange hall was built in 1887.|
|73||Union Grange Hall||1897 built
|Slatersville, Rhode Island||Built in 1897 as a chapel for the St. Luke's Episcopal Mission; included in the Slatersville Historic District|
|74||Donalds Grange No. 497||1935 built
|South Carolina Highway 184
||Donalds, South Carolina||NRHP-listed|
|75||Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School||1889 built
|9812 and 9818 Georgetown Pike
||Great Falls, Virginia||Bungalow/Craftsman architecture, Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|
|76||La Prairie Grange Hall No. 79||1874 built
|near La Prairie, Wisconsin||Italianate architecture; also serves as town hall|
|77||Waitsburg Grange No. 1||928 Preston Ave||Waitsburg WA||Washington States First Grange|
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