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Provided by the makers of Doan's Kidney Pills, this is an annual census of the population of the United States, which they claim numbered 90 million in 1910. "Doan's 1910 Directory also contains, in handy and concise form, complete information regarding diseases of the kidneys, a subject so little understood that thousands of fatal cases occur every year that could be prevented by prompt treatment." 32 pp. Decorative paper wraps with image of Uncle Sam on front cover and on back cover, a letter from a doctor assuring Doan's Kidney Pills are safe for treatment. Cover corners are creased and front bottom corner is missing. Small tears to spine edge. Tear to edge of pages 1-3. Red pencil marks on top of page 1. Document in Good+ condition.
Title: DOAN'S DIRECTORY OF THE UNITED STATES 1910
Publisher: Buffalo, NY, Foster-Milburn Company: 1909
Book Condition: Good+
Type: American History
Size: Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 8"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 005995
Keywords: Census, American History, Medicine