Temporary employee Melissa Joyner examines and tosses old law school records at the former University of Puget Sound law school after it was sold to Seattle University. Five years after the sale, the whole operation was moved from the Rhodes Building in downtown Tacoma up the freeway to Seattle.
Temporary employee Melissa Joyner examines and tosses old law school records at the former University of Puget Sound law school after it was sold to Seattle University. Five years after the sale, the whole operation was moved from the Rhodes Building in downtown Tacoma up the freeway to Seattle. Bruce Kellman News Tribune file photo, 1999
Temporary employee Melissa Joyner examines and tosses old law school records at the former University of Puget Sound law school after it was sold to Seattle University. Five years after the sale, the whole operation was moved from the Rhodes Building in downtown Tacoma up the freeway to Seattle. Bruce Kellman News Tribune file photo, 1999

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