Thalidomide first appeared in Germany on 1st October 1957. It was marketed as a sedative with apparently remarkably few side effects. The Drug Company who developed it believed it was so safe it was suitable for prescribing to pregnant women to help combat morning sickness.

Thalidomide first appeared in Germany on 1st October 1957. It was marketed as a sedative with apparently remarkably few side effects. The Drug Company who developed it believed it was so safe it was suitable for prescribing to pregnant women to help combat morning sickness.

Brown Glass Medicine Bottle Isodine The New Iodine by FoundForYou, $8.00

Brown Glass Medicine Bottle Isodine The New Iodine with Box

Brown Glass Medicine Bottle Isodine The New Iodine by FoundForYou, $8.00

Tincture of Merthiolate .... the neosporin of my time. Boy, did it sting and stains the skin orange red

Tincture of Merthiolate .... the neosporin of my time. Boy, did it sting and stains the skin orange red

1950s era Entertainment center; television, radio, turntable combo built in cabinet set.

1950s era Entertainment center; television, radio, turntable combo built in cabinet set.

Set in New Mexico of the 1890s, this was the tale of the Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo), a Latin  "Robin Hood of the Old West" who righted wrongs   with the assistance of his comic sidekick, Pancho (Leo Carrillo). The phrases "Oh Pancho!" and "Oh Cisco!" were heard at the end of each adventure as they raced into the distance on their faithful horses, Diablo (Cisco) and Loco (Pancho).  1950-56

Set in New Mexico of the 1890s, this was the tale of the Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo), a Latin "Robin Hood of the Old West" who righted wrongs with the assistance of his comic sidekick, Pancho (Leo Carrillo). The phrases "Oh Pancho!" and "Oh Cisco!" were heard at the end of each adventure as they raced into the distance on their faithful horses, Diablo (Cisco) and Loco (Pancho). 1950-56

Amos 'n' Andy is a situation comedy set in the African-American community. It was very popular in the United States from the 1920s through the 1950s on both radio and television. Last telecast was 6/11/53

Amos 'n' Andy is a situation comedy set in the African-American community. It was very popular in the United States from the 1920s through the 1950s on both radio and television. Last telecast was 6/11/53

1950S Kitchen Appliances | Washing machines of the early 1950s had an attached wringer for ...

Household Appliances of the 1950s

1950S Kitchen Appliances | Washing machines of the early 1950s had an attached wringer for ...

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