|Object Name||Container, Medicine|
|Artist||Armour and Company|
|Place of Origin||Chicago, Illinois|
"Armour/ 50 Glanules/ 10 Minims/ Glanoid/ Liver Extract, Ferric Iron and/ Vitamin B Glanules/ Each glanule contains liver extract concentrate 0.16 gram derived from 10/ grams of fresh liver, ferric ammonium citrate 0.20 gram and yeast/ adsorbate 0.11 gram suspended in vegetable oil. Each glanule provides 65 micrograms of Vitamin B1 and 50 micrograms of Vitamin B2./ Average adult dose- 3 glanules 3 times daily/ Note: keep container in a dry, cool place/ control no. 11042/ Manufactured and Packaged by/ The Armour Laboratories/ Armour and Company - Gen L Office Chicago, Ill./ Made in U.S.A."
"Green's/ Drugstore/Portsmouth, NH" Label sealing lid and bottom.
A medium cardboard medicine container. Printed labels.
|Collection||The Benjamin Green Apothecary Collection|
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