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What to do when, booklet, advice, vintage advice, Lakewood, New Jersey, ephemera, 1911, vintage advertising, 1911 ads

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This is an advice booklet compiled and copyrighted in 1911, answering the question "what to do when____" covering topics from grease on silk hats, to washing flannel, to stinging insect bites. This is in good shape, but does have some water damage and does show its age. It is string bound, fully intact and fully readable. It is full of vintage advertisements, and advice relevant to the age. It was printed in Lakewood, New Jersey.


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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: paper, string
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