The Haskin Medical building, a rectangular, single-story structure covered in beige stucco, combines elements of Streamline Moderne and Pueblo Revival. The parapet has rounded corners and steps up above the entry, where the door is recessed beneath a semicircular, cantilevered canopy. Built as the office of a prominent physician, John W. Haskin, the building now houses an office of the Saguache County Public Health Department.
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Haskin Medical Building
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