Identify the building with these steps

Steps (2016 Photo, S. H. Smith)

Who can identify the building with the pictured steps? These are the main entrance steps of a 70-year-old building that still stands in York County. The steps can clearly be seen from a public street or road. The 15,000-square-foot building remains U. S. Government property, although it has been vacant in recent years. The building is located within a 2-mile radius of Continental Square in York.

The identity and history of the building will be revealed in the YorksPast post of Tuesday. Here is one final clue: “Hively’s semi-circle times three.”

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About Stephen H. Smith

Stephen H. Smith is a design engineer who worked at York International Corp. for 33 years before retiring several years ago to research and write books full time; his second career. The initial emphasis was on family history when he won a national award during 2002 for his first book “Barshingers in America." Positive feedback and that award were influential in his decision to retire early from engineering and start a retirement career.
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