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Walla Walla Phase 2

Walla Walla Medical Clinic

This building was built as additional office space for the adjacent clinic installed by Pacific Mobile Structures in 2000.

The appearance of the structure was designed to match the existing buildings on campus. The clinic consisted of site installed brick exterior, architectural shingle roof, complete basement with elevator and stair case, and an exposed-beam front porch.

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