When the Masonic Lodge was originally built in Reno in 1872, a time capsule was embedded in one of the cornerstones of the building.  Almost 150 years later that cornerstone was unearthed during demolition of the lodge.

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What was in the time capsule?  To name a few items: harmonica, pickerel hook, corkscrew, stock report, list of railroad fares, piece of ore from the Belcher Mine and Schell Creek, piece of wood from Sutter’s Mill, copies of newspapers from Northern Nevada and Northern California and gold and silver coins.

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