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This building seems to have been constructed around the 1930s, and has been connected to an older 1908 structure designed for 600 chronic patients.

These days, the buildings are a grandiose storage unit, holding antiquated relics from the hospital's early days, paperwork, and outdated or surplus equipment. It seemed to have been last used to treat developmentally disabled children before closing for good.

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