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1914
DR. SAMUELL
PLANS MODERN
SURGICAL PLANT

     Dr. W. W. Samuell has about completed negotiations for a lot at the corner of San Jacinto and Pavilion streets, on which to erect a modern three-story office building for his own private use. If the deal for the property goes through, work on the structure will start in the near future. Dr. Samuell is planning the erection of a building which will accommodate all his force of assistants, and he expects to install in the building, the most modern X-Ray laboratory in the entire Southwest.
     Besides this feature, Dr. Samuell is planning to install the most up-to-the-minute surgical apparatus that can be secured, and everything known to modern surgery, in the way of equipment, will be used in the offices, which Dr. Samuell proposes to maintain in the building.
     The location for such a place is considered excellent, as it is only a short block from St. Paul's Sanitarium, and is in a neighborhood easily reached from almost any section of the city.

- September 20, 1914, Dallas Daily Times Herald, p. 3, col. 2.
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