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Ken Alexander paints a coat of primer around a stained glass window on the side of the Masonic Temple in Concord, Calif., Monday, Nov. 4, 2013. The 86-year-old, 225-ton building was moved about 400 yards to its new site, and will require ongoing work to get it ready as part of Concord's historical resource center. (Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)

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Ken Alexander paints a coat of primer around a stained-glass window at the Masonic Temple in Concord. Crews have been working on the 86-year-old building which was moved across Clayton Road this spring to its new location beside the Galindo House, the former residence of one of Concord's founding families. The 225-ton building is requiring ongoing work, including the replacement of the roof, now underway. The Masonic Temple will be used to showcase Concord history.




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