A2543 Hayes Family Papers Inventory of Hayes Family Papers A2543 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2016 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 email@example.com URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-10-02 06:32:06 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Hayes Family Papers
Hy-Mol Drug Co. (Saint Louis, Mo.)
National Toilet Co. (Paris, Tenn.)
0.03 Cubic Feet
Processed by Dennis Northcott, August 2010.
Acquisition information is not available.
Mrs. M.M. Hayes resided in Paducah, Kentucky, in the early 1900s.
Scope and Contents
The collection includes advertising material of the Hy-Mol Drug Co. (St. Louis, Missouri), the National Toilet Co. (Paris, Tennessee), and The Lanola Co. (Paducah, Kentucky). A couple of these items are addressed to Mrs. M.M. Hayes of Paducah, Kentucky.
The papers are arranged chronologically.
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Hayes Family Papers, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis.
Advertising -- United States
Skin -- Care and hygiene
Teeth -- Care and hygiene
Circular of the Lambert Pharmacol Company, St. Louis, promoting Listerine. Circa 1890 1 1 Virginia Pharmacy stock certificate, Dyersburg, Tennessee. 19-- 1 1 Circular of the National Toilet Co., Paris, Tennessee, titled "Directions for Using Satinola." Satinola was a skin-care product. Circular includes a brief testimonial of Mrs. L.T. Sullivan, Whiteville, Tennessee. Circa 1905 1 1 Typescript letter of the National Toilet Co., Paris, Tennessee, to Mrs. M.M. Hayes, Paducah, Kentucky. 1905 Feb 21 1 1 Typescript letter of Dr. Charles Company, manufacturers and sole proprietors of Dr. Charles' flesh food, the great flesh former and beautifier, New York, to Mrs. M. Hayes, Paducah, Kentucky. 1905 Mar 13 1 1 Typescript note of the Western Bottle Manufacturing Co., Chicago, to the Shoffner-Hayes Medicine Co., Paducah, Kentucky. 1905 Apr 14 1 1 Two handwritten brochures of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis. No date 1 1 Proposition of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis, to agents and mail order men. Provides instructions for selling Hy-Mol tooth paste. Also includes advertisement for the Rexx Coin Carrier. No date 1 1 Handwritten advertisement of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis, seeking agents and mail order men to sell their products. No date 1 1 Handwritten advertisement of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis, for Hy-Mol rose tint, a cosmetic for tinting the cheeks, lips, and finger nails. No date 1 1 Handwritten advertisement of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis, for Hy-Mol face powder. No date 1 1 Letter of the Hy-Mol Drug Co., St. Louis, to Mr. P.L. Jones, Jonesville, Arkansas. The company hopes to enroll Jones as one of their agents. No date 1 1 Typescript letter of Prof. Richard Smith, discoverer and sole proprietor of Kentucky rose, the true maker of beauty, Cincinnati, Ohio, to "Dear Madam." Promotes his product. No date 1 1 Brochure of the Famous Players Film Co., New York, titled "The $100,000 Booklet: How You Can Sell Photoplay Ideas to Famous Players Film Co." No date 1 1 Typescript circular letter of The Lanola Co., Paducah, Kentucky, to "Dear Friend," promoting Lanola tooth paste. Includes undated brochure for Lanola tooth paste. No date 1 1 Typescript circular of the Lanola Toilet Co. titled "Our Special Offer to Druggists." Verso includes letterhead of the Shoffner-Hayes Medicine Company, Paducah, Kentucky. No date 1 1 Circular titled "Directions for Use." Provides directions for skin-care product. Verso includes text in German. No date 1 1 Printed mail reply card of Prof. Richard Smith, Cincinnati, Ohio. No date 1 1