Cassell was the architect for the development at Howard University in the 1930s.
Woman sitting at a desk using a typewriter. She is wearing a visor and had a telephone on another desk next to her. The room also contains filing cabinets and a second typewriter on the window ledge. On one wall are three window with blinds. The blind on the middle window is raised. These windows face onto a corridor and there is a hole, possibly for speaking through, visible on the center window. This room may be the office reception. Ink on negative: caption. No edge imprint.
Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994, Archives Center, National Museum of American History