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Hi Dear Lloydville
Im Hesam Noroozi, a medical doctor, living in Shiraz,Iran. everyday one of my favorite web that I check is your website. its full of visual objects that motivate my vision and drive me sharp all the day. this photo is one of your unique photo in my professional yield. would you please write a more information about these wagons and their use?
Hesam Noroozi MD,MPH
Hello, Hesam — I’m so glad that you enjoy the site! In the old-time American West there were many towns too small and too remote to have a doctor or a dentist or even a pharmacy, so doctors and dentists and pharmacists would travel from town to town in wagons like these offering medicine or medical services. They were not always honest or qualified professionals, and often the “medicine” they sold was just flavored alcohol with no therapeutic value, which gave rise to the term “snake-oil salesmen”, meaning people selling useless tonics.
hi dear Lloydville
thanks for your reply and proper comment. would you please kindly permit me to republish this image and your comment in my medicine&art blog as a post for my colleagues? surly all of these, declare as an original writing by you and refer to your website.
be glad and happy
Of course — the image is in the public domain and you are more than welcome to publish my commentary.
hello lloydville your permitted comment, published:
thanks a lot,be glad and happy
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