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|No. 355: Druggist's postcard|
Postcard. Caption on front: Not Known to Your Patients. Prescription for Citro-Thiocol 'Roche' do not duplicate remedies already in patient's medicine chests, cannot be made neighborhood property or passed over back fences. We present its sensible formula as described by Roche: Thiocol 'Roche,' for its anticatarrhal action on the inflamed mucosa; citrates, to liquefy secretion and aid expectoration ... Dorsey the Druggist, 246 Bowdoin St., Dorchester, Mass. Talbot 5480.
| Reader's comment:
From: Judy Parker Feb. 7, 2006
This drug store was on the corner of Bowdoin and Hamilton streets. This particular location later became Fermoyle's Drug store and after that, Lang and Moore's drug store. I lived across the street at 241 Bowdoin.
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Created: July 26, 2003 Modified: February 7, 2006