Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills


Title
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills
Description
Advertisement for Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills depicting a young girl beside a tall chair with a plant on the seat. She is using a watering can and the water is spilling on to the floor. "Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills" appears across the top and "W.H. Comstock, Sole Proprietors, Morristown, N.Y." appears across the bottom. The reverse of the card states "that you can rely upon the Morse's Pills to do all that is claimed." Nothing specific is stated on the card. At the bottom is "for sale by" and stamped in blurry letters appears to be "J.F. Baccs, Woodville, Washington Co., R.I."
Date
1870-1890
Original Format
trade cards
Extent
8cm x 11cm
Local Identifier
LL02.12.01.78.03
Contributor(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Laupus Library History Collections
Rights
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Comments

L. Trewartha Jun 04 2016

Hi, I have a letter card that unfolds, it has 3 pages. When opened up it says.All the Dam Family swears by Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. Then it has drawings of the whole family right down to the dog. If anyone wishes to buy please E/Mail me.Thanking YouLesley.

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