Members of Atascadero Masonic Lodge No. 493 opened a 95-year-old time capsule at Atascadero High School’s library, removing photographs, newspapers and typewritten notes that provide a glimpse of what life was like when Atascadero was getting its start. The copper cylinder was buried in the high school's "B" building, which is slated for destruction. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
Members of Atascadero Masonic Lodge No. 493 opened a 95-year-old time capsule at Atascadero High School’s library, removing photographs, newspapers and typewritten notes that provide a glimpse of what life was like when Atascadero was getting its start. The copper cylinder was buried in the high school's "B" building, which is slated for destruction. Laura Dickinson The Tribune

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January 09, 2017 12:48 PM

95 years later, time capsule offers a glimpse into Atascadero’s early days

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Lon Allan has lived in Atascadero for nearly five decades, and his column is published every week. Reach him at 805-466-8529 or leallan@tcsn.net .