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Soap was for sale at Herbert Drug Co. in 1940.
This may come as a surprise to you (it certainly did to me) but Old Spice was first a fragrance for women, Early American Old Spice. What do you think of that, Old Spice Guy?
Dickey Pharmacy pointed out in 1945 that in the Good Old Days, you were pretty much toast if you got any disease, and that the "good old days" were not really all that great if you liked bathrooms, cars or … Continue reading
Yes, I know, Christmas is over, but I have some extra Christmas ads from earlier in December, so bear with me. This 1959 advertisement from Herbert’s, (a Rexall pharmacy) advises people to give the Holy Bible for Christmas.
Dickey Pharmacy was offering Model’s Special lipstick for just $1 in 1944, with colors chosen by a jury of New York models. A jury of models? "We convict you of being fabulous!"