Three blocks from the Civic Auditorium (MT7) is another distinctive fieldstone building constructed with WPA funding. The bathhouse (changing rooms, but historically referred to as a bathhouse) is a single-story gable-roofed building with tapered timber lintels over the operable clerestory windows and a cedar-shingle roof. The pool is still in active use.
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Wishek Swimming Pool and Bathhouse
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