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McLane's Liver Pills

Date: 1870 - 1890 | Identifier: LL02.
Standing in a winter wonderland is a little girl wearing a red wide brim had with her brown hair covering her forehead, in a light blue double breast winter coat trimmed in brown fur. Her boots are black with matching trimming. She holds red flowers in her hands covered by bright yellow gloves. A family seems to be walking toward her from a little cottage off in the field surrounded by snow covered trees. The text under her feet read “Don’t Buy Any McLane’s Pills, Without The Signatures Fleming Bros and C.Mc.Lane. The reverse of the card has testimonies that affirm the Fleming Bros. manufacturing company delivers McLane’s Pills from New York to Canada that soothe troubles of the liver. They were sold by the druggists, F. J. Hager & Co. from address 38 Deminick St., Rome, N.Y. more...