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Last week’s Where Have I Seen This? showed a caduceus and an American flag through a door, which three out of four readers who responded correctly identified as the foyer of a medical office building at 258 Broad Street in Red Bank.

But does the caduceus have one too many snakes? According to the entry on “caduceus” in Wikipedia:

The caduceus is often mistakenly used as a symbol of medicine and medical practice (especially in North America), due to historical confusion with the traditional medical symbol, the rod of Asclepius. The Rod of Asclepius has only a single snake and no wings, so is similar in form to the caduceus with its two snakes and often with wings.

Thanks for writing in Colmorgen Kids, Eleanor Blass, Les Hathaway and Rosie Perry.