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Declared as national landmark history on the year 1999, the Bost building was used as a venue for the Amalgated Association of Iron and Steel workers and the media who were assigned to cover the issue regarding the strike. The Bost Building is also referred to as the Colombian hotel since it was used as a building for employees and new hires of the homestead steel workers who were expected to pay for their lodging, meals and other services. It is a building located at Pennsylvania that stands three story high which the first floor serves as a museum. As for the second and third story of the Bost Building, it was left as guest rooms that have been used during the strike. As a matter of fact, the Bost building was not entirely constructed or finished when they company decided to prevent the workers from entering the workplace until they agree to their terms. The association considered the building as a headquarters because not only it is next to the company, but they also have a commanding view of the factory which enables them to see what is going on and about.
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