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Historic laboratory is now open as museum

August 29, 2009
By NATHAN BROWN, Enterprise Staff Writer

The white, glazed walls were designed to be easy to clean. Vents headed upward, directing the tuberculosis bacillus and the chemicals used in experiments out of the building. Today, the same walls are lined with cabinets full of relics of Saranac Lake's tuberculosis era, historic timelines and photographs of the scientists at work and the cabinets full of beakers, burners and other experimental equipment that used to be there.

 
 
 

 

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