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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."

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Empty bottle of Red Chief Lightnin Liniment, c. 1925, from the Red Chief Chemical Co., of Memphis, Tennessee. The directions read, "For external use: Apply freely to parts affected. Internal: Adult dose: 10 drops in teaspoonful of sugar. Children 3…

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One-fourth pint bottle labelled "Fluid Extract No. 395 Sarsaparilla U.S.P.," c. 1945, from Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Advertisement for Valium, (diazepam), manufactured by Roche Laboratories. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 1, 1969. The ad reports that Valium helps break the cycle of muscle pain and spasm, increases mobility, and reduces…

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Poster, c. 1985, advertising Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World; "In the grandest of illuminated arenas, 2 electric plants, 250,000 candle power." The poster depicts cowboys and stereotypical Native Americans riding…

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The Burroughs, Wellcome & Co., booth at the 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition appropriated unnamed Native Americans dressed in traditional clothing to advertise its medicinal natural plant extracts, which, the company said, had long been used by…

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders.

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Advertisement for Butazolidin, a medication manufactured by Geigy Pharmaceuticals to treat pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic disorders.

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Advertisement for Butisol Sodium (sodium butabarbital), a medication manufactured by McNeil Laboratories to reduce anxiety. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 6, 1969. The ad reports that Butisol Sodium is more effective in…

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Advertisement for Calmitol, a medication manufactured by Thos. Leeming & Co., Inc. to treat itching associated with skin conditions. This ad was sent by direct mail to a physician practicing in Atlanta, GA.

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Cartoon from the 1916 NARD Peoples Almanac presented with the compliments of J. B. Dickey, M.D. Druggist, Iroquois, South Dakota. "The Pure Food and Drugs Act, although a law since June 30, 1906, has not as yet been able to reach all the…

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Article from the September 11, 1937, issue of the Wisconsin State Journal reporting the first arrest for marijuana possession in Wisconsin.

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Set of three posters for pharmacy windows titled "Camphor" printed in 1959. These "ethical displays" were designed and written by Frank Pinchak, a pharmacist from Paterson, New Jersey. Published by his company Professional Advancement Plan, Pinchak…

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Illustration of Cannabis Indica from the Romance of Empire Drugs published by Stafford Allen & Sons in 1932.

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Illustration of Cannabis Sativa from the Western Druggist in April 1899.

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Printers proofs of pages from the booklet, Target America: Drug Traffickers, Terrorists, and You, published by the Drug Enforcement Administration Museum in 2004.
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