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Chicklet Gum. 1909.

Yay chocolate! Chocolate-coated Strychnine!

Civil War period antique chloroform tin with the label of the Georgetown, D.C., druggist R.S.T. Cissel.

Charlatans/Classic SF Freaks

Arsenic.. used as rat poison in the historical household.. and as a wine "additive" by certain little old ladies who have a son who thinks he's Teddy Roosevelt. (Arsenic and Old Lace reference)

  • Katherine Smith
    Katherine Smith

    I think he was their brother, not their son.

Wow, 44% alcohol plus morphine... it may be habit forming, imagine that.

Dr. Kilmer’s Female Remedy, 1870s


Wells, Miller, and Provost's Compound Extract of Blackberry quack medicine label with snake.

Wells, Miller, and Provost's Compound Extract of Blackberry

Dr. Elizabeth Bruyn, sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance. Dr. Bryun was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early 1900's. On her first day at work in 1910, she saved the life of an 18 month old baby who had been overcome by gas from a leak in an apartment. Find out more about this courageous woman at www.strangecosmos...

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From 1898 through to 1910, heroin was marketed as a cough suppressant by trusted companies like Bayer -- alongside the company's other new product, Aspirin.


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I used to love the color on my skin...:P

Johnson Baby Powder tin


coqueterías - bohemea: Marijuana Satisfaction (by bohemea)

vintage style bathroom cabinet

Apothecary label

Syrup White Pine and Tar