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My favorite soup-and-salad type restaurant in Austin is a place called Fresh Choice Restaurant. It has good food and a pleasant atmosphere—great place to pig out without feeling too guilty. The dining area is colorfully decorated with drawings of healthy fruits and vegetables. But on the way out, I always stop to look at an old black-and-white photograph mounted on a wall near the exit. It is a nice enlargement of the traditional Austin scene of Congress Avenue leading up to the Texas state capitol building. A similar view is on the most common post cards you’ll find on sale in Austin. This particular photo was taken much earlier, however. The old two-story buildings and horse drawn carriages date the image to near the turn of the century, 1895 – 1905. But if you look real close, there is something in the picture that doesn’t seem to belong there. I…

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