Colorized photo from 1917
Original title: A doctor's office
Photographer: William Hornaday
Location: Austin, Texas
This charming office belonged to a gentleman by the name of Dr. C. V. Bonar. Records indicate that he was a general doctor but didn't really stand out that much. His office was small, and some what thifty looking. Seems to have done his own lab work.
The safe's in this era were custom painted for the person that owned it, and this one was labeled for him. Oddly enough it has wheels, making it really easy to steal. All you have to do is remove that desk.
On the lab table, you'll see a hand cranked centrifugal spinning device. Along with a nice microscope, but the whole desk was cramped for space. I would wonder if he spent all his money on those books.
January 8th, 2021
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