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Beakers and tinctures and lab coats, oh my!

Old laboratory in Boston

The folks at the Boston City Archives wonder if you can place this scene. See it larger.

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Please, can everyone just stop using the tired old "noun and noun and noun, oh my!".

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OH FREAKIN' MY!!!

Please, can everyone stop being so negative?

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Lanny Budd woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning!

My guess: Boston City Hospital, ca. 1935
Thanks for posting these old photos -- nice break from the usual depressing headlines!

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Hopefully he'll find this at least as annoying as the Wizard of Oz reference.

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One is clever and only showing tread. The other is ancient and has had all the cleverness smooshed out of it like an old stuffed rabbit chewed by three generations of dogs.

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I say it is the Boston Dispensary on Bennett St - the newer building.

All I have to go on is the trash can that says DISPENSARY on it and that the building style is later than the other Boston Dispensaries.

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A Rexall drug store?

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I recognize old man Dookhan.

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The pharmacy at the old City Hospital ?

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or at one of the Longwood hospitals?

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Thanks for playing, folks! This is the dispensary at Boston City Hospital in 1935. We know that one of the men pictured is Dr. Armand Kirk, but we don't have ids for the others

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I was going to guess "Adam's staff photographers in the UHub darkroom."

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