Time capsule opened

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Linda Young, exalted ruler of the Findlay Elks Lodge, removes a copy of the Findlay Daily Courier from a time capsule while Eric Stacy displays an American flag found in the capsule. The flag had only 48 stars, one for each state in the Union in 1915, the year the historic Elks building opened in downtown Findlay. The Elks Lodge was demolished last month to pave way for the expansion of Marathon Petroleum Corp. offices. A cornerstone presentation and time capsule opening ceremony was held at the new Elks Lodge, located at the Northridge Swim and Tennis Club, 900 W. Melrose Ave. (Photo by Nick Moore)

Linda Young, exalted ruler of the Findlay Elks Lodge, removes a copy of the Findlay Daily Courier from a time capsule while Eric Stacy displays an American flag found in the capsule. The flag had only 48 stars, one for each state in the Union in 1915, the year the historic Elks building opened in downtown Findlay. The Elks Lodge was demolished last month to pave way for the expansion of Marathon Petroleum Corp. offices. A cornerstone presentation and time capsule opening ceremony was held at the new Elks Lodge, located at the Northridge Swim and Tennis Club, 900 W. Melrose Ave. (Photo by Nick Moore)

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