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High Lonesome: 1940

High Lonesome: 1940

September 1940. "Rooming house and lodge hall at Silverton, Colorado." Medium format acetate negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.


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No secrets here

Take it from a Master Mason. Mason's Masons are not a secret society. We are part of the community and benefactors to the same. There are many such misrepresentations and generally we do not dispute them as it does no good and only causes arguments.


Dave ---

best comeback yet !

I Can't Tell from Here

Is that Opie Taylor or Dennis "the Menace" Mitchell out in front?

[Ask Mr. Wilson! - Dave]


All those Masonic signs on the corner of the building are not doing a very good job of keeping knowledge of the lodge there to themselves..

"The Lodge"

The Lodge is an Edwardian style boutique hotel offering luxurious furnishings and opulent amenities to those lucky enough to book a stay. Once a secret Masonic Lodge Hall, the Lodge is now a plush collection of stately Suites and Grande Suites. Come stay with us and allow yourself to be pampered in the lap of luxury.

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