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  • إيناس ˱˱

    Medical Trade Card Collection (ca. 1920-1940s). The front of a Dr. Miles Laxative Tablets movable, die-cut advertising novelty card, lowered and raised (Elkhart, Indiana, ca. 1910). - From the book Hidden Treasure: 10 Centuries of Visualizing the Body in Rare Archival Images | Brain Pickings

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  • Klaverke

    Laxative tablets. Vintage Ad.

  • Kathy H

    Just what we all want, our kids eating laxatives like candy lol I was thinking more of giving them to Nursing Homes! ;)

  • Debbie Mathews

    Images from the History of Medicine (NLM): Dr. Miles' laxative tablets

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