Records. Saleto Tablets-Saliodin (inclusive), 1904-1959.


Records. Saleto Tablets-Saliodin (inclusive), 1904-1959.

Correspondence, advertisements, articles and clippings, and promotional and supplementary materials concerning Saleto Tablets, a patent medicine for headache, 1940-1949; Sal Hepatica, a cathartic and antacid, 1904-1959, Salicon, a rheumatism cure and pain-killer, 1920-1940, and Saliodin, a patent medicine for "uric acid diathesis," 1907-1941.

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