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Masonic Temple

The current Masonic Temple building in The Dalles, Oregon, was built as the second Wasco County courthouse by N.J. Blagen in 1883. The brick two-story structure had county offices on the first floor, a jail in the rear, and a large court room on the second floor. The belfry held the “town clock”. The building was used as a funeral home for many years, was closed, then in February 2010 opened as the Clock Tower Ales pub.

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Taken on August 31, 2010