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The 1879 International Order of Oddfellows (IOOF) Building stands in its original location. The IOOF Building was built by the merchants and the Oddfellows. Locally designed, it was built of local clay brick, and constructed by local brick makers.

The IOOF Building has maintained its architectural integrity and continued use as a commercial building. Although the IOOF Lodge no longer occupies the upper floor (it is now a restaurant), the lower half of the building has been in continual use by local merchants, and today merchants continue to serve the public in ground-story shops. The building has an eclectic style common in small western towns during the middle of the late 19th century.

Location: 49-59 North Main St., Ashland Oregon 97520

Other History nearby:
(Jacksonville) Armstrong House
(Jacksonville) B.F. Dowell House
(Jacksonville) Beekman Bank
(Jacksonville) Beekman House
(Jacksonville) Bella Union Restaurant and Saloon
(Jacksonville) Brunner Building

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