10 thoughts on “Odd Fellows Hall, 1929

  1. The young woman peeking out from behind the second police officer on the left looks like a modern day time-traveler.

  2. From the shape of the windows, it appears this auditorium/ballroom occupies the second and third stories of the Oddfellows Building.

  3. Does anyone know if that room still exists? Or has that floor been filled in like they once did to the Heritage Ballroom at the old Elks Temple (Sentinel Hotel).

  4. Regarding the round eyeglasses —
    “Frames with rounded edges are the most efficient for correcting myopic prescriptions, with perfectly round frames being the most efficient. Before the advent of eyeglasses as a fashion item, when frames were constructed with only functionality in mind, virtually all eyeglasses were either round, oval, or curved octagons. It was not until glasses began to be seen as an accessory that different shapes were introduced to be more aesthetically pleasing than functional.”

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