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Madame Corby: 1922

Madame Corby: 1922

Washington, D.C., circa 1922. "Corby's laboratory." Another look at Mrs. M.M. Brooke, "chemist in charge of the Corby Baking Company laboratory," also seen here. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

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Ceiling

Looks like fumes, steam, or something has done a number on the paint around the top of the windows. noticed that in the previous pic.

[The garland is ornamental. - Dave]

la-bore-a-tory

Looks like a scene from Young FrankenSTEEN. I had completely forgotten about those pull-cords which turned the light fixtures on and off. Waaaay back in the day.

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