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Hidden in plain sight

Feb 11, 2018 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

With the whereabouts of the Riverton Masonic Temple's 100-year-old time capsule still unknown, Riverton Lodge No. 26 A.F. & A.M. members have gathered items ...


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Riverton Lodge No. 26 A.F. & A.M. past master Otto Uecker tightly sealed the new time capsule which will remain on the third floor of the Riverton Masonic Temple in downtown Riverton, enclosed in a wooden box he made by hand. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Lodge No. 26 A.F. & A.M. past master Otto Uecker tightly sealed the new time capsule which will remain on the third floor of the Riverton Masonic Temple in downtown Riverton, enclosed in a wooden box he made by hand. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Riverton Lodge No. 26 A.F. & A.M. past master Otto Uecker tightly sealed the new time capsule which will remain on the third floor of the Riverton Masonic Temple in downtown Riverton, enclosed in a wooden box he made by hand. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Riverton Lodge No. 26 A.F. & A.M. past master Otto Uecker tightly sealed the new time capsule which will remain on the third floor of the Riverton Masonic Temple in downtown Riverton, enclosed in a wooden box he made by hand. Photo by Alejandra Silva

The time capsule and box will remain unopened until 2117. Photo by Alejandra Silva

The time capsule and box will remain unopened until 2117. Photo by Alejandra Silva


The time capsule and box will remain unopened until 2117. Photo by Alejandra Silva

The time capsule and box will remain unopened until 2117. Photo by Alejandra Silva

Among other items, the capsule holds 140 business and personal cards from people in attendance at the 100-year rededication of the temple building held July 15, 2017. 											  Photos by Alejandra Silva

Among other items, the capsule holds 140 business and personal cards from people in attendance at the 100-year rededication of the temple building held July 15, 2017. Photos by Alejandra Silva


Among other items, the capsule holds 140 business and personal cards from people in attendance at the 100-year rededication of the temple building held July 15, 2017. 											  Photos by Alejandra Silva

Among other items, the capsule holds 140 business and personal cards from people in attendance at the 100-year rededication of the temple building held July 15, 2017. Photos by Alejandra Silva

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