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7910 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle.
129 N 85th St, Seattle.
Post clocks
There are two street-level post clocks in Seattle displaying the masonic emblem, one outside the Greenwood Masonic Center, at 7910 Greenwood Ave N, and the other — an eight-minute walk away — at 129 N 85th St, on the corner of Palatine Ave N.
The one on 85th Street advertises Roy Davidsen, Greenwood Jewelers. The one outside the masonic centre was manufactured by the Memory Station Clock Company and installed in 2004. There are obvious differences in the design of the two clocks, the only real similarity being the motto, "Time for Masonry".

New Harmony, Indiana.

Saskatoon, Canada. [Joe Fox Photo, 2014]

Vincennes, Indiana.
At least three other post clocks manufactured by the Memory Station Clock Company—but without masonic symbols — have caught the notice of photographers. The one found at 714 Broadway, in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, advertises Willey's Jewellers, founded in 1949. The other two, in New Harmony, and in the Shirley Rose Pocket Park, 416 Main St, Vincennes, are free of advertising. Both are in Indiana, the home state of the manufacturer, with offices at one time in Newburgh and Evensville.
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