Patients in line to see Doctor Locke in Williamsburg
Patients in line to see the famous foot-adjusting Doctor Locke, who worked in a swiveling chair and would move from patient to patient. At the height of his practice, he reportedly treated up to 2,000 people a day. Williamsburg, Ontario, Canada. Courtesy of the Cornwall Community Museum.
Check out our story on Doctor Locke for more information.
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