Changing Berlin - 1937
"MANY CITIZENS USE BERLIN'S POST OFFICES FOR WRITING THEIR LETTERS
This is one of Berlin's many branch post offices. The public writing room is well lighted, with comfortable chairs, tables, inkpots and blotters. No doubt Teutonic thoroughness and painstaking also provide pens that will write!"
Photograph by Douglas Chandler
(This historic photograph is from a National Geographic article in the February 1937 issue titled "Changing Berlin". It offers a fascinating look at Berlin, Germany, a few years before the start of World War II.)