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By Kathleen Stinson
The Staff of The News 

School sells historic hospital

 

Last updated 9/11/2022 at 1:13pm

Courtesy photo

Santa Fe Railway officials spent $100,000 to build their employees a hospital in Clovis. It was completed in 1914.

Built in 1914 as a hospital, the landmark building at 800 Hinkle Street in Clovis has once again changed ownership.

Originally built as the Santa Fe Hospital, the three story building was sold in 1949 to the Central Baptist Church, which owned it...



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