Chattanooga: The Chattanooga Medicine Co., [n.d.,, 1920s]. First edition. “This book has been carefully prepared to assist women in treating themselves at home. It is written in plain language…and describes the common ailments of women and their principal symptoms. Special directions are given in regard to diet, exercise, bathing, douching and other branches of hygiene, the careful study of which will be of benefit to every one of our readers.”. Fivefigures in text. Slight dampstaining to wrappers. Some toning to leaves. A very good copy of a rare item published by a patent medicine company. Original pink paper wrappers printed with an ornamental border and illustrations of women. 5 in. x 8 in. 32 pp. Item #17345
With advice for women on diet, exercise, recovery from pregnancy, health issues related to menstruation, and various “womb troubles.”.
OCLC records three copies (Winterthur Museum, Harvard, Texas Women’s University).