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I love our order "Independent Order of Odd Fellows & Rebekah's" and I love our history. As I travel about California I always have my camera and make it a point to locate the old Odd Fellows Temple. Comment my pictures, I love to know who is looking at them. Keep watching for my photos, I add them regularly. I hope to someday have every Odd Fellows Temple still standing in California blue dot'd in Google Earth.
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Thanks to Diana for getting me this photo

The original site for this lodge hall at 2nd & G was destroyed by the great tsunami that hit about 1964.

Thanks to Diana for getting me this photo.

Adobe Lodge met in this rented quarters until they consolidated with Mission Peak Lodge in Fremont. This hall is being used as an Outreach now.

Mt. Diablo Lodge was a central meeting place in the small coal mining towns of Somersville & Nortonville. This ghost town no longer exists and all buildings are gone, but the Pine Trees in the upper center of the photo marks an old cemetery which is maintained by the parks dept. and has some of our members of the past buried there. It is a nice hike to this old Odd Fellows Cemetery.

This is a very nice photo of the Odd Fellows Hall and Cemetery in Plymouth. I heard they are going to restore the building for use as a Town Hall. That would be really nice.

Rodeo Odd Fellows Lodge sold their Hall in Rodeo and now meets at the Masonic Temple in Richmond.

Healdsburg Odd Fellows Lodge sold this Hall and now meets in the Odd Fellows Temple in Windsor, CA.

This is an active Lodge and one of the nicest Lodge Halls I have ever been in.

Sadley, as I travel to these Lodge halls, I can not plan the time of day I get there. I had to hide behind the tree to shade the sun. I will try again for a better piture next time I am in Antioch.

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