Back by popular demand: Everything Croton continues its very popular series GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN....and so without further ah-doo...
FROM A CIRCA 1870'S PHARMACY CATALOGUE, THE DAVIS & KIDDER'S MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINE! Click on the old ad....Nineteenth-century Americans were fascinated by the promise and mystery of electricity. In 1854, manufacturer W.H. Burnap produced a well-known electrotherapy device that was purchased by the general consumer as well as some physicians and hospitals: The Davis & Kidder Patent Magneto-Electric Machine for Nervous Diseases. READ AND SEE MORE COURTESY OF THE WOOD LIBRARY MUSEUM here.
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF EVERYTHING CROTON'S GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN---THE LOCA-SCOPE! AT https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2020/05/everything-crotons-series-is-back-by.html
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reminds me of the violet rays machineReplyDelete