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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. This photograph appears with the article, "Gnaw Bones, Mayo Advice: Clinic Dentist Talks Teeth: Tobacco and Gum Chewing, Also 'Eating Like Horse,' Urged by Visitor," Los Angeles Times, 2 Apr. 1935: A5. Dr. Boyd S. Gardner sits on a step with a dog. He was visiting California from Minnesota where he was head of the dental section at the Mayo Clinic. Handwritten on negative: Dr. Boyd S. Gardner Text from newspaper caption: Molar Ills Laid to Poor Diet: Dr. Boyd S. Gardner, head of dental section of Mayo Clinic, who has departed after two months' sojourn in Southern California as house guest of E.L. Cord, auto and plane maker. Text from negative sleeve: Gardner, Boyd S. Dr.
b&w nitrate negative
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Dogs--California--Beverly Hills Dentistry--California--Beverly Hills Gardner, Boyd S., b. 1880