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In November, 1902, the Elks purchased a single story building that was under construction on the northeast corner of Linden and Walnut Streets. On April 27, 1904, the Weekly Courier newspaper announced the opening of the Lodge.

I covered that move in an earlier post on the YMCA building that you can see by clicking here.

Here is a close-up of it and then two images of the piano room.

The piano, in the lodge, was a Schomacker piano, from one of Philadelphia’s earliest and most successful piano companies.

Sometimes horror stories about them can make for fun discussion, but don't ever bring your ex into the conversation if it's not called for.

I’m in the middle of a family situation that is taking a lot of my time. When I return, it will be with images of Zimmerman’s Keystone Hotel, the grandest resort to ever grace the Poudre Canyon.

The building at Walnut and Linden Streets still stands but it is now only a single floor high.

It is currently the home of The Wright Life, which advertises as an alternate sports store.

Usually, a factory’s top ten farms were given awards at the annual end of season celebration, based on the tons of sugar beets they delivered per acre. In 1941, the Longmont, Colorado Junior Chamber of Commerce decided to sponsor their own sugar beet competition and the first world championship beet-shoveling contest was born.