|Title||Ad: Fehr's Carbolated Talcum Powder. (Manufactured by) Julius Fehr, M.D., Box 6, Hoboken, N.J. (1898).|
|Object Name||Ad, Magazine|
|Collection||Hoboken Manufactured Products Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Advertisement: Fehr's Carbolated Talcum Powder. (Manufactured by) Julius Fehr, M.D., Box 6, Hoboken, N.J.
Clipped, 4" x 5" wide. Published in Truth magazine, 1898 (issue not known).
Prudent Mothers Use Fehr's Talcum Powder.
Because Skin Diseases prevent sleep and rest, and
Fehr's Carbolated Talcum Powder
prevents Skin Diseases. It
soothes and comforts immediately.
All druggists have it, both Plain and Perfumed.
Julius Fehr, M.D.
Box 6, Hoboken, N.J.
A patented invention by Dr. Julius Fehr, made in Hoboken and marketed initially to physicians as Compound Talcum Baby Powder. The powder was offered first offered in 1873 as either plain or perfumed.
1893: Fehr, Julius - physician, office: 158 Second St. (old number 58); laboratory: Paterson Ave. corner Jackson St.
This talcum was produced at least until World War I.
pharmacist / apothecary / druggist
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Fehr, M.D., Julius L.
|Year Range from||1898.0|
|Year Range to||1898.0|
Julius Fehr, Pharmaceutist (Pharmacist)
|Caption||ad: Fehr's Carbolated Talcum Powder|