Midol booklet for adults (selections),
Midol ads, 1911-1961
Midol tin containers for pills, 1911-1970s?
See Kurb, Midol's competitor from Kotex.
Spalt pain tablets, 1936 (in Nazi
Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health
Former museum - future - a family visits the museum comic strip
Midol menstrual pain, PMS, and discomfort educational
Congratulations! You're growing up! Menstruation:
a guide for maturing young women, 1978, U.S.A.
Back and front covers
Midol, which has made pain pills for all sorts of things since at least
1911, wrote this booklet for girls. To its credit, it emphasizes that menstruation
is normal - but take our pill for problems unless it's serious. Like most
other booklets on this site, its publication sells a product. Hey, this
is America, the land of business.
Midol booklet for adults (selections), 1959 - Midol ads, 1911-1961 - Midol tin containers
for pills, 1911-1970s? - See Kurb,
Midol's competitor from Kotex. - Spalt pain tablets,
1936 (in Nazi Germany) - Booklets
for girls (mostly) directory
Back cover, below
Each page measures 5" x 6 7/8" (about 12.8 x 17.5 cm).
The booklet is black on a cream-colored paper. I dropped
the color on the remaining pages to speed down load.
Front cover, below
The pages aren't numbered.
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