Campaign for Honesty

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Title

Campaign for Honesty

Description

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 manufacturers of fake medicines and impure foods. Many frauds still exist, the worst of these being the lying newspapers advertisements of cancer and consumption cures, the advertising quack doctors, the cheap and impure soda water beverages, and so on. What the public ought to do is pictured in the cartoon, and proper co-operation with the druggist will put to rout all fraud and deceit in foods and medicines.""

Date

Contributor

Rights

public domain

Format

Language

eng

Identifier

acc-0005-campaign-for-honesty

Temporal Coverage

Original Format

Citation

“Campaign for Honesty,” American Institute of the History of Pharmacy Digital Collection, accessed June 29, 2022, https://aihp.omeka.net/items/show/15.