Sidetracked (Drs. Larson & Larson)

By Darla Sathre (from The Depot Express newsletter, Summer 2014) Eyesight is something we tend to take for granted until we have a problem. I have worn glasses since childhood, but recently got a new prescription. I am now wearing trifocals with lines. They take a little getting used to, and the first time I wore them in the museum archive room my eyes felt a little dizzy. Nothing major, just some adjustment issues on my part involving moving my head up and down trying to focus on newspaper articles. So when I noticed a 1907 Bemidji Daily Pioneer article about a local optometrist office I got sidetracked. A picture of an eye halfway through an article is what really caught my attention. The article’s […]