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Office Building (Building No. 22)
One building remaining from the first period, when the rangers built their own buildings, is Office Building No. 22, which served as the superintendent's office, a one-story, gable-fronted building of round logs square notched at the corners. The building, which is about 20 feet on a side, has been moved twice and the porch reconstructed, but its appearance is essentially the same as when it was built.
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