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Article about an anti-marijuana campaign in Dane County, Wisconsin, published by the Wisconsin State Journal on September 4, 1938.

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Viderol. The advertisement states that use of the product "in rheumatoid arthritis is based on numerous reports concerning high dosage vitamin D, promising results with tocopherols in…

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Viderol. The advertisement states that use of the product "in rheumatoid arthritis is based on numerous reports concerning high dosage vitamin D, promising results with tocopherols in…

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Advertisement for Verstran, (prazepam), manufactured by Warner/Chilcott. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 1, 1978. The ad introduces Verstran as a new, effective treatment for anxiety.

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Advertisement for Veratrite, a medication manufactured by Irwin, Neisler & Company to treat hypertension associated with aging. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Ventriculin. The advertisement states that the product "represents the anti-anemic principle of stomach tissue, which stimulates blood regeneration and the maturation of red blood cells,"…

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Ventriculin. The advertisement describes the product as "an unusually effective erythropoietic stimulant," as well as being "valuable in the management of gastro-intestinal disturbances…

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Advertisement for Valium, (diazepam), manufactured by Roche Laboratories. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 21, 1974. The ad reports that Valium serves as an effective muscle relaxant.

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Advertisement for Valium, (diazepam), manufactured by Roche Laboratories. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 1, 1968. The ad reports that different measures can be taken to demonstrate the effectiveness of Valium, including…

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Advertisement for Valium, (diazepam), manufactured by Roche Laboratories. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 1, 1964. The ad introduces Valium and reports that it provides relief from situational stress and anxiety associated…

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Advertisement for Unitensen, a medication manufactured by Irwin, Neisler & Company to treat hypertension. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Ultran (phenaglycodol), manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company. The ad appeared in the journal Postgraduate Medicine on June 1, 1957. The ad reports that Ultran provides relief from anxiety without impairment.

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Tyrothricin. The advertisement describes the product as "a bacterial agent for topical use" indicated in "ulcers, abscesses, osteomyelitis, certain infections of the eye, [and] infections…

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Tyrothricin. The advertisement describes the product as "a bacterial agent for topical use" indicated in "ulcers, abscesses, osteomyelitis, certain infections of the eye, [and] infections…

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Cosanyl and Cosadein. The advertisement describes Cosanyl as the original syrup cocillana compound as manufactured by Parke Davis & Company, supplied in 2-ounce, 1-pint, and 1-gallon…

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Parke Davis collectible ink blotter from the 1940s advertising Cosanyl and Cosadein. The advertisement describes Cosanyl as the original syrup cocillana compound as manufactured by Parke Davis & Company, supplied in 4-ounce, 1-pint, and 1-gallon…

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Advertisement for Troph-Iron, a B vitamin and iron supplement manufactured by Smith, Kline & French Laboratories. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Trinsicon, a medication manufactured by Eli Lilly and Company to treat anemia. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Tricoloid, a medication manufactured by Burroughs, Wellcome & Co. to treat lower bowel syndrome. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Travert, a medication manufactured by Baxter Laboratories, Inc. to replace electrolytes. The ad includes information on the various versions of this medication that are available.
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