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Ref No BP/1/6/123
TitleFile of proofs and supporting documentation relating to advertisements for Beecham's Pills in magazines and newspapers
Date 1937
DescriptionThe advertisements were as follows:

. 'Can you do this'
. 'Worth a guinea a box'
. 'Keep regular with Beecham's Pills'
. 'Enjoys every meal at 81'
. 'This weeks golden wedding'; (Mr. and Mrs. William Ball of Norfolk)
. 'Walks 7 miles on 91st birthday' (Mrs. Elizabeth Readwin of Netley, Hampshire)
. '100 years old and quite well' (Mrs. J. Russell of Fareham, Hampshire)
. Also original photograph of Mrs. Russell in her 105th year
. '100 years of age and enjoying good health' (Mrs. Elizabeth Clayton of Forest Gate, London)
. '94 years old and enjoying good health' (Mrs. Ann Bradley of Renishaw, Derbyshire)
. 'Chelsea Pensioner praises Beecham's Pills' (Thomas Rooke of Chelsea, London)
. 'Diamond wedding. Couple tell secret of good health at 80'(Mr. and Mrs. Wallwork of Surrey)
. '86 years of age and never been ill' (Mrs. Attley of Cardiff, Wales)'
. '64 year old youngster says Beecham's Pills and I have been firm friends...'(Mr. I. Flicker)

Also newspaper cuttings comparing advertisements for Ovaltine, Bournville, Dr. Cassell's tablets, Veno's Lightning Cough Cure, Bile Beans and a letter concerning Ex-Lax.
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