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H. H. Warner: His Company & His Bottles 2.0

If you collect Warner’s Safe Remedies to any serious degree, you are already familiar with the name Michael Seeliger. If you aren’t, you should be. I have collected Warner’s for nearly 40 years and I can credit or blame Michael, to some degree, for my addiction. 432 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure - Rediscovering the London Office

When I was in London recently, I got to wondering if the building that housed the London Office of H. H. Warner was still standing. The London Office was one of the most successful of the foreign offices and existed from 1882-83 until well into the 1930’s. 507 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure: Labelled Animal Cures

In the world of Warner’s Safe Cures, there are a few things that you don’t often see. Certain Safe Cures are just plain RARE! It might be a Frankfurt Nervine in pint size, a labelled Presssburg “Diabetic Cure” or a labelled strap-sided Safe Compound from London or even a labelled Animal Cure with contents. 231 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure: The Assassination of James A. Garfield

As I have recounted before, H. H. Warner had a brief, but heady flirtation with national politics. Although he served a the president of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Warner did not actively seek out political office. 453 more words

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Cooking with Warner's Safe Cure - The Warner's Safe Cook Book Revisited

One of the ways that H. H. Warner used to market his products and to make them household names was to appeal to American women. In the 1880’s, women were, for the most part, relegated to running the household and raising the children. 300 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure: Test Your Kidneys!

Part of the appeal of Warner’s Safe Cure was the fact that it sold the notion that any person could effectively be his or her own physician. 238 more words

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