(Sept. 28 (almost))
It will be when it’s mailed.
I’m writing this with pencil since I think it works better than ink on these trains. If my letter earlier today got to you first before this you will know I’m on the way to Klamath Falls again. This time it was a hurry up assignment.
If the train doesn’t shake too much I’m going to draw you a rough sketch of how I want the old part of the office arranged. I mean the part I had before. And somehow I can’t find those measurements of the back part of the Beauty Shop. This train rides so darn rough it’s hard for me to write but maybe you can read it but I’m afraid my sketch won’t be very plain however this train stops very often so maybe I can draw while we are at a standstill.
While at the depot in Oakland, two trains pulled out for Chicago, almost made me homesick. I stopped to draw a little as the train stopped at Crockett.
Again on this trip I have a
[page 2] drawing room – but I’ve found that that doesn’t mean one can draw in the place.
In the past three days there has been orders come thru for three (jgs), one each day. I don’t know how long they will stay on the (jgs).
Back to the office. If the drug room were put some place else it might work better, but I have to have a dark room for xray Duorosizn and I’d like for that to be at least 12 feet long in order to use it for eye work also, and also the dark room for sinus work so I’ve got problems. The back room I intend to use for emergency and lab and diathermy and with the sky light it can’t be darkened.
Well, see if that can be made into a workable plan and Dear, I wish I were on the way to Chicago –
Lots of Love,
The measurements will be screwy because I have nothing to measure with.
- Waiting R.
- Baby Room
- Drug & Linen Room (should have a plan to wash hands)
- Examining Room
- X-ray & Ear, Nose & Throat – must be 11-12 feet north & south
- Consultation Room
Now that I have the whole thing down it won’t work because of the window & door on the East side and there isn’t enough room.
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