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Linco temple print
#729264 Thu May 09 2019 09:21 PM
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I picked up this framed print a while back that is titled "Master builders of the Linco Temple". The drawing is of the stone façade of a building with "Linco Temple" on the marquee above the door with the dates 1887 and 1933 flanking it. Just above that is the round crossed Linco logo. The blocks around the door all have names in them. I'm assuming the is a drawing made to honor some of the early executives of the Linco oil company of Robison Il. but I have not been able to find any reference to "Linco Temple" in the searches I've done. Has anyone out there ever heard of this print or have heard of any explanation of what the "Linco Temple" stood for? Thanks, Jeff

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Re: Linco temple print
PetroJeff #729670 Sun May 19 2019 05:14 AM
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I'm probably not petro related. Church, masons, etc.... type kind of organization?


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