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W. Hofert, chemist & druggist, successor to Neergaard's Pharmacy. Manufacturer of Pharmaceutical Preparations, 936 Sixth Avenue, S.E. cor. 53rd St. N.Y.

Bought of James S. Aspinwall, druggist, 86 William Street.

Brown's Vermifuge Comfits, or Worm Lozenges. : Much sickness undoubtedly with children and adults, attributed to other causes, is occasioned by worms. ... / All orders should be addressed to the Curtis & Brown Manufacturing Co., (Limited.) Nos. 215 & 217

[Collection of business correspondence of W. H. Schieffelin & Co., 170 and 172 William Street, New York]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines manufactured and marketed by the Egyptian Drug Co., of New York, N.Y.]

[Business stationery of Hall & Ruckel, importers and wholesale druggists, 218 & 220 Greenwich Street, New York]

[Business stationery of Caswell, Massey & Co., chemists & druggists, New York]

Bought of Max Zeller, importer & wholesale druggist, 37 Bowery.

[Illustrated checks and lettersheet of Lanman & Kemp, wholesale druggists, 69, 71 and 73 Water St., New York]

[Carter Medicine Co. trade cards]

Dundas Dick & Co.'s compliments. 1776-1876.

[Thermaline, manufactured by Dundas Dick & Co., New York]

[Tarrant & Co.'s Seltzer Aperient trade cards]

[Advertisements for proprietary medicines marketed by R.W. Robinson & Son, wholesale druggists, of New York, N.Y.]

[Business stationery of McKesson & Robbins, importers and jobbers in drugs and druggists' articles and manufacturing chemists, New York]

Bought of Eimer & Amend, wholesale druggists, 205, 207, 209 & 211 Third Ave., cor. 18th St.

[Billheads of L. N. Brunswig, exporter, importer and wholesale druggist, New Orleans, La.]

[Collection of business correspondence of S. R. Van Duzer, wholesale druggist, New York]

[Collection of billheads of pharmaceutical firms and related businesses, United States, 1886-1899]

[William H. Helfand graphic popular medicine stationery collection]

[Collection of billheads of pharmaceutical firms and related businesses, United States and United Kingdom, 1850-1879]