Taking pictures of the inside of buildings is a tricky exercise. The best way I've found is to place your lens flush against the glass. This eliminates most of the glare and reflections from the sun. The windows in Bodie are all dirty from windblown dirt so dust specks are unavoidable unless you are packing around a bottle of window cleaner and a roll of paper towels.
I've never seen anyone doing that.
The parlor of a hotel
A rooming house
One of the saloons.
At its height there were as many as 65 places you could wet your whistle in Bodie.