Situations in which a Tabloid medicine chest made by Burroughs Wellcome would be useful. Colour process print, ca. 1909.
- Burroughs Wellcome and Company.
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The Tabloid medicine chests were distributed free to well known explorers such as H.M Stanley and Ernest Shackleton. The word 'tabloid' was coined by the firm of Burroughs Wellcome and registered as a trademark
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'Tabloid' first-aid for all emergencies. Burroughs Wellcome & Co. London (Eng.) New York Montreal Sydney Capetown Milan Shanghai.
Wellcome Library no. 16398i
Signed with monogram, similar to ZT, of an illustrator who executed many design projects for Burroughs Wellcome