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Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower Advertisement
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Details

Object ID 001099

Object Name Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower Advertisement

Object Desc Framed (paper board) advertisement for hair grower cream. 10.5'' x 14.75''

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY000967

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General Category Printed Material

Category Advertisements

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Accession Date JAN 1,1991

Credit/Acknowledgement

Location Bay View Pharmacy

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Status On Exhibit

Object Keywords advertising,Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower,hair care,toilet cream,signs,grooming,medicine,


Title Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower Advertisement

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Description / Abstract

Physical Description Framed paperboard advertisement for Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower. Gold text, black foreground. Gold painted frame. Text reads: Dr. Lynas' Hair Grower; Cures scalp diseases; Toilet Cream; Beautifies the complexion. JBL TM in top left corner.

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Images

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Image Caption CMY967

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Conditions

Date DEC 13,2013

Summary Good

Assessor Ben Locke

Notes Some edge wear on upper left corner. Minor scratching/gentle wear. Sturdy frame, some paint wear, good condition overall.


Events

Date DEC 13,2013

Summary Status change

Notes Status changed to On Exhibit from On Exhibit - automatic entry by admin


Date DEC 13,2013

Summary Location change

Notes Location changed to Bay View Pharmacy from Bay View Pharmacy - automatic entry by admin


Provenance

Notes

Date DEC 13,2013

Notes Dr. J. B. Lynas was born in Dearborn county, Indiana, February 14, 1835. Entering upon the manufacture of proprietary medicines in a small way, only as an accommodation for his numerous patients, in the alleviation of whose ills he had spent many year, he found that instead of retiring from active life, as he had planned, he was but entering upon a still more strenuous career, and one which was to make his name known all over the country. The products now include, in addition to the well known J. B. L. medicines, all kinds of spices, teas, sachet powders, fruit colors, toilet articles, toilet soap, extracts, perfumes, stock preparations and miscellaneous articles.