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What a great piece of vintage drug store advertising ephemera! This booklet, from Stauffer's Drug Store, provides information about the town streets, about the railroad, about the schools, and of course about the drugstore itself.

My research indicates that Stauffer's Drug Store is the second-oldest pharmacy in the county of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, dating to 1896 when it was opened by William Stauffer inside Kauffman's Hardware at 201-215 E. Main St. (at the intersection of Main and Bell) in Shawnee.

This information booklet measures approximately 5.75 inches high by approximately 3.5 inches wide. It is salmon-pink in color, and the name "James Stauffer" has been written along the side of the front cover in black ink from a fountain pen. As mentioned, inside the booklet is a ton of info about the town, as well as about the services and items offered at the drugstore. The booklet is in good condition, with some uneven coloring on the front cover and scrapbook/glue residue on the back cover, as well as some small tears to the back cover; the pages inside are all in good condition. There are 4 pages total, plus the front and back covers.

What a wonderful addition to your collection!

Vintage Stauffer's Drug Store Information Booklet -- 1934 -1935 Ephemera

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: paper
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