Saturday, April 4, 2015

Saturday fun activity: Where IS this?


     Last year, you guys really impressed me by nailing the location of a certain horsy bookshelf. Here, I'll reprint the photo. I'll delay saying where it is, so those who missed it the first time can see if they'd have any idea. Someone did.
    
I was researching a story in another office last month, and noticed some similarly distinctive books from a vastly different field. Take a look.


    And since, at heart, I'm pulling for you guys to solve this, and these books could be more places than the ones atop, which were ... here it comes ... at Wagner Farm in Glenview, I'll post a better look at that lower shelf, to help narrow the location.


    Okay, that should do it. This is obviously a medical facility, but which one? Where IS this?  
     The winner receives one of my ultra-collectable, beautifully-designed-if-I-say-so-myself, official signed and numbered blog posters, which look like this, and are also for sale, for the reasonable price of fifteen dollars, if you despair of ever winning, or just want to throw some money my way. 

   Please place your guesses below. Good luck. 

9 comments:

  1. The only thing is that it was a good timeApril 4, 2015 at 6:35 AM

    Dental office of Julie M. Maurice, also in Glenview (new child patients accepted)

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  2. The library/ book area in Lurie Children's hospital, downtown.

    By the way, did anyone see Mona Charen's column in the Sat. ST? She claims liberals are only good at crying victim. Shouldn't she be writing for the Trib?

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  3. The Craniofacial Center at UIC?

    Nikki D.

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  4. Bingo, Nikki, congratulations. Send your address to me at dailysteinberg@gmail.com and I'll mail you your poster. How did you know?

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  5. Holy Cow!!! I got it??!! Woo Hoo! I saw the subjects of the books all had to do w maxillofacial procedures w an emphasis on pediatrics. The second picture locked it w all the magazines. You were doing research so I figured you would go to the leading one for that.

    Nikki D.

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    1. Good for you! Edie figured you worked there, but it's better that you figured it out. The research was for a big piece I've written on facial disfigurement.

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    2. Has that piece been published yet? I'd like to read it.

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    3. It's going to be posted on Mosaic, the Wellcome Trust's science and health website. But it's still being edited. I'd say two weeks to a month. I'll of course post it here as soon as possible.

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  6. Thank you!! My gig is far away from the dental field. I'm a private music instructor. The poster is going in my studio.

    Nikki D.

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Thanks for commenting. As soon as I vet your remarks, they'll be posted, assuming they aren't, you know, mean and crazy.