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When Yukio Futagawa photographed the Martin reception room, sometime prior to 1987, the front door opened directly into the room. There appears to be an open door into the "bursar's office," as well. These elements do not appear on published plans, and have apparently been corrected during the course of restoration. Note also the absence of the ceiling trim; in the office the shelves beneath the windows differ from those since restored.
The original plan and a presentation plan show a simpler desk design. The original section drawing omits all the built-ins in the space; even the twin brick columns are absent:
I have found only one plan with the desk as built, and cannot identify its source: