Size as needed (160 dpi, 52p x 38p), Philip Brooker color illustration of physician with clock at end of stethoscope; six patients are waiting on him. The Miami Herald, 1996  With DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs
 
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STORY SLUG: DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs
 
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Size as needed (160 dpi, 52p x 38p), Philip Brooker color illustration of physician with clock at end of stethoscope; six patients are waiting on him. The Miami Herald, 1996 With DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs CATEGORY: ILLUSTRATION SUBJECT: DOCTOR illus ARTIST: Philip Brooker ORIGIN: Miami Herald TYPE: EPS JPEG SIZE: As needed ENTERED: 5/6/96 REVISED: STORY SLUG: DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs illustration, features, medicine, health, doctor, physician, patient, waiting, room, MI, 1996, brooker, jacobs
Size as needed (160 dpi, 52p x 38p), Philip Brooker color illustration of physician with clock at end of stethoscope; six patients are waiting on him. The Miami Herald, 1996 With DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs CATEGORY: ILLUSTRATION SUBJECT: DOCTOR illus ARTIST: Philip Brooker ORIGIN: Miami Herald TYPE: EPS JPEG SIZE: As needed ENTERED: 5/6/96 REVISED: STORY SLUG: DOCTOR, Knight-Ridder by Sandra Jacobs illustration, features, medicine, health, doctor, physician, patient, waiting, room, MI, 1996, brooker, jacobs

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