Photograph of an exterior view of I.O.D.F. Hall in Mokelumne City, ca.1930. Several doors and rectangular windows can be seen in the shade of a porch other first floor of the large, brick building. The four rectangular windows of the second floor have open shutters, but the four on the third floor are closed. A plant stands just outside on the left where a shorter building protrudes out of the I.O.D.F. building. On the right, an automobile is parked next to what appears to be a gas pump in front of the Peek Hotel. What appears to be a tow truck can be seen in the foreground on the left.; Picture file card reads "The I.O.D.F. Hall was claimed to be the second highest building in California. When it was built in 1854, the other tall one was the Perrot Building (three stories), 1852, which was in San Francisco but has long since disappeared leaving the Mokelumne the oldest three story in the state".