The building was honeycombed with interconnecting hallways, heavily secured side rooms, and huge wire bins with gates requiring security card swipes from appropriate authorities. No, it wasn’t Fort Knox; it was a beautiful stone building complex housing a church, a printing division for a well-respected newspaper, and a unique library.
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