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Lutted's S.P. Cough Drops

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: LL02.
The front of this card depicts a young girl, wearing a blue dress with a white pinafore and a blue bonnet, holding a slate in her left hand. There is a lamb, with a blue ribbon around its neck, standing next to her. In the background are a group of seven children, laughing and pointing at the girl. The children's rhyme displays at the top "It followed her to school one day, which was against the rule, it made the children laugh and play, to see a lamb at school". At the bottom of the card it says "Our Fathers, Mothers, Sisters and Brothers all use Lutted's S.P. Cough Drops. Why? Because They Are the Best, Sold By All Dealers". At the very bottom is: Onondaga Lith. Co., Syracuse, N.Y. Copyrighted 1882. The reverse of the card is blank. [Presented by J. Lutted and Company (Buffalo, N.Y.)?] more...