Belcher, Mrs R J

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Mrs. Belcher discusses medicine in Ralls, Texas, in the 1920s.

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Interviewee Name: Mrs. R. J. Belcher

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Location: Ralls, Texas

Interviewer: William Dunnagan

Length: 50 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Moved to Ralls, Texas (1923), Drugstore, Mr. Stagman, Childhood sicknesses, Medicines, Mr. Belcher, druggist, Dr. Fulbright, Dr. Moore, Dr. Snow, Early drugstore, Fountain, Medicines, Cosmetics, Drugs, Aspirin, Quinine, IQS

Tape 1, Side 2: Dr. J. P. Lattimore, Medicine shows, Patent medicine, Entertainment, Smallpox, Mustard as medicines, Sodium Sulfate, Camphor Gum

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