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Historical Notes on the Gold-Cure


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This is a reprint of an article about the historic use of gold as an ingredient in medicine written by Henry Carrington Bolton. Article originally appeared in the August 1892 issue of Popular Science Monthly.

The Historical Notes on the Gold-Cure reprint was purchased by the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation) in 2007.

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Finding aid created and encoded into EAD by Jahna Auerbach.
Finding Aid Date
September 2022
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