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Bayer Aspirin Tablet Print Advertisement


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The Bayer Aspirin Tablet Print Advertisement details the benefits of Bayer Aspirin tablets as the quickest way to relieve aches and pains when compared to other off-brand alternatives. The advertisement features a black and white photograph of consumers looking at an enlarged glass of water with a Bayer Aspirin tablet submerged within the liquid. There is also an additional description printed in a smaller font size that explains the processes used to distill aspirin powder into compressed Bayer Aspirin tablets which are stated to work almost instantly.

The Bayer Aspirin Tablet Print Advertisement was purchased by the Science History Institute in 2006.

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Finding aid created and encoded into EAD by Sean Cureton.
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The Science History Institute holds copyright to the Bayer Aspirin Tablet Print Advertisement. The researcher assumes full responsibility for all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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