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4 fluid oz. bottle labeled "Lloyd's Echinacea," c. 1950. The label lists it as being "from the laboratories of Lloyd Brothers Pharmacists Inc." in "Cincinnati, Ohio."
One-fourth pint bottle labelled "Fluid Extract No. 395 Sarsaparilla U.S.P.," c. 1945, from Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Bottle of fluid extract of wild cherry bark from Eli Lilly & Co., c. 1910, and tin of wild cherry extract from a c. 1895 Parke, Davis and Co. Materia Medica case.
A box containing several ampules of Echinacea Angustifolia for hypodermic use by the Luyties Pharmacal Company of St. Louis, Missouri. Each ampule contains 30 Minims. The directions read, "Break the neck of the bulb and insert the hypodermic needle.…
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