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A postcard for the Elk's Hall at the corner of Morro Street and Marsh Street in San Luis Obispo. Photograph was taken from the northeast corner of Marsh St and Morro St and colorized. Message reads "April 1, 1911 - Dear Friends just seen in the paper that Mary was very sick I do hope this will finde [sic] her better from your friends Bud and Lizzie B, San Luis Obispo 741 High St." Addressed to Mr. L. M. King, San Miguel, San Luis Obispo. This building was constructed in 1906 by Elk's members before being replaced in 1912 by a larger building which has since been extensively renovated over time. Currently the space is occupied by the Heritage Oaks Bank as of March 2017. Source: The San Luis Obispo Tribune, February 22nd, 1943.