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Latest blog post - a strange product from 1925.
Inspired by chemical warfare, this product used chlorine gas in the fight against colds and flu.
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I'm very much looking forward to the Chap Olympiad on Saturday.
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Beecham's Pills took a witty approach to criticism in 1909
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Abandoned trolleys, streetcars, trams and tramways are a common site in modern cities. Their old tracks set within the street remind us of their presence.
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Awww. That's really sad. Here's a trolley museum where the old things are well-maintained and still run an endless loop of track through the forest. Its a gem. They even put up period advertsiements inside the cars. http://www.hcry.org/col_streetcars.html
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Time for Action – a British Response to Kairos Palestine
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Time for Action is a call to British Christians to be involved in furthering a just peace for Palestinians and Israelis. It explains why Bri

The Quack Doctor
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A collection of panacean powders, pills, potions and pamphlets, as advertised in historical newspapers