Records. Hill, J. Lawrence-Himalya (inclusive), 1907-1970.

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American Medical Association. Dept. of Investigation. Records. Hill, J. Lawrence-Himalya (inclusive), 1907-1970.

Records. Hill, J. Lawrence-Himalya (inclusive), 1907-1970.

Correspondence, advertisements, articles, clippings, and promotional and supplementary materials on J. Lawrence Hill, promoter of a patent medicine for tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases, 1907-1929; Napoleon Hill, a writer, lecturer and promoter, 1921-1970; W.H. Hill and Company, a patent medicine firm, 1916-1959; and Himalya, a patent medicine for asthma, 1913-1942.

5 folders.

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Stone, W. Clement, 1902-2002

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