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Auburn--General - 14

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Five State Headquarters
This headquarters building for the GSA in Auburn isn't big enough to handle the employees who will manage affairs for the federal government in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Montana and Idaho. A new wing will be added.
Photo by Wayne Zimmerman

Auburn--General - 15

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Surplus Food Storage
Bill Stein, a state employee, unloads packages of U.S. Department of agriculture surplus food in a warehouse at the old Auburn Army Depot. Maintained by the State General Services in cooperation with the federal GSA, it supplies western Washington state institutions and welfare programs with food. About 45 box cars a month move through the single warehouse.
Photo by Wayne Zimmerman

Freeway--Tacoma Area (Tacoma--Freeway) 1967 and Prior - 1

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Freeway Dedication Site
Road-opening ceremonies, featuring a military review of America's latest Field Artillery rocketry, will be conducted on Wednesday, October 13 for the new 13.5 mile, $15 million Tacoma-Midway Freeway. Site of the ceremonies is the Auburn Interchange shown in the attached photograph. The Field Artillery units, part of the 4th Infantry Division Artillery from Fort Lewis, will assemble in the northbound lanes (marked "D" in the picture) beginning at 10:00 a.m. Visitors and spectators wishing to view the ceremonies will be permitted to park on the roadway in the areas designated "B" (southbound from Seattle) and "C" (northbound from Tacoma). Route of the military parade is shown as a series of arrows, starting at the assembly area and passing through the cloverleaf interchange from the northbound lanes onto the southbound lanes and past the reviewing stand.

TNT 10/07/1962 A1

Auburn--General - 17

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New Post Office
The Auburn Post Office moved from its previous cramped quarters at 1st and Auburn Ave to this new 19,000-square-feet building at 11 and 3rd St. NW last month. The $330,000 concrete black and window wall building was built and is owned by the Lease Co. of Seattle and is leased to the Post Office Department on a 20-year lease.

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