Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 01/17/2011


Photo taken on December 28, 2010



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From people rubbing up against it w/ their skin oils.

From people rubbing up against it w/ their skin oils.
Historic architecture in cities needs to be subject to the same kinds of "Do Not Touch" rules as what art museums have. Look at the damage, from people's thoughtless hands and asses and whichever other body parts. I am becoming increasingly upset.

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In downtown Zanesville, Ohio, on December 28th, 2010, outside the Masonic Temple Building (erected 1903), in an alley between Main Street and Market Street, east of 4th Street.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
NA2860 Columns—United States.
TP936.5 Paint—Cracking—Pictorial works.
HS469 Freemasonry—Lodges—Pictorial works.
F499.Z2 Zanesville (Ohio)—Pictorial works.

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