Fifty-foot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M. Jackson Visi : News Photo

Fifty-foot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M. Jackson Visi

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Fifty-foot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M. Jackson Visitor Center will make an architectural statement more in keeping with Mount Rainier compared to the former saucer-shaped design. (Photo by Drew Perine/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT via Getty Images)
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Fifty-foot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M. Jackson Visitor Center will make an architectural statement more in keeping with Mount Rainier compared to the former saucer-shaped design. (Photo by Drew Perine/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT via Getty Images)
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December 28, 2007
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Fiftyfoot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M Jackson Visitor Center... News Photo 112904978Architecture,Ceiling,Design,Extreme Sports,Former,Mt Rainier,New,Pierce County,Sport,Statement,USA,Vault,Vertical,Washington StatePhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune Fifty-foot vaulted ceilings in the new Henry M. Jackson Visitor Center will make an architectural statement more in keeping with Mount Rainier compared to the former saucer-shaped design. (Photo by Drew Perine/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT via Getty Images)