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Identifier: AC 551-p
Scope and Content Two cards printed by Rolland's Drug Store in Carrizozo, New Mexico to advertise Wampole's Creo-Terrin compound for Coughs and Colds. Wampole’s Creo-Terpin was produced from about the turn of the (20th) century until at least the 1940s; there are World War II-era cards featuring guides to military decorations. The “Creo” in Creo-Terpin seems to come from wood creosote, a bush that we know today has even more medicinal value than Wampole thought; it’s good for upset stomach, arthritis, anemia,...
Found in: Fray Angélico Chávez History Library
- Subject: Advertising -- Medicine X