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Date -- 1960s (Remove)
Thematic Time Period -- Eisenhower Years, 1946 - 1961 (Remove)
Business and Industry -- Occupations/Professions -- Pharmacists (Remove)
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Hillside Prescription Shop, Wichita, Kansas

This photograph shows an exterior view of the Hillside Prescription Shop in Wichita, Kansas. The sign above the corner of the store includes the traditional Rx pharmacy prescription symbol. The sign below it advertises "Armstrong's Quality Chekd Ice Cream." Signs visible in the windows also advertise "Prescriptions, Cosmetics, Gifts," and "Johnson and Johnson First Aid Needs." Another sign advertises "Vitamins." To the left of the corner of the building, a telephone booth is visible, and an automobile is partially visible behind it.

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Maule's Union Square Pharmacy, Wichita, Kansas

This photograph shows an exterior view of Maule's Union Square Pharmacy in Wichita, Kansas. The large sign reads, "Prescriptions," and traditional pharmacy and medical symbols are visible in at least five places on the building. At the far left of the picture is the caduceus, a traditional medical symbol. The traditional mortar and pestle pharmacy symbol is visible on the large sign and on the door. The traditional Rx pharmacy prescription symbol is visible on the large sign and twice on a logo on the window for the "NPPI." A sign in the window names the pharmacist in charge as R. T. McKinney, and the pharmacists as Marion Jansen and D. J. Maule. Another sign advertises money orders and the store hours. Shelves filled with various items are visible through the windows.

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Pharmacies, Wichita, Kansas

These photographs show interior views of unidentified drug store pharmacies in Wichita, Kansas. The first photograph shows two women standing at a pharmacy counter under a large sign reading, "Prescriptions." Many drug store items are visible on shelves. The second photograph shows a man and a woman exchanging a paper bag with a prescription in it. A sign in the background reads, "Prescriptions," and includes the traditional mortar and pestle pharmacy symbol. A variety of drug store and convenience store items are visible on display shelves in the background, including non-prescription medications and sunglasses. The third photograph shows two men standing at a pharmacy counter with various drug store and convenience store items visible on shelves in the background, including medications and batteries. The wall calendar to the right of the man's shoulder reading "May 2, Tuesday" suggests the year is 1961 or 1967. The fourth photograph shows a customer standing in front of a pharmacy counter with another person's hand partially visible on the far left side of the picture. A man dressed in a pharmacist uniform is visible behind the counter. Near the center of the photograph a large sign represents the traditional mortar and pestle pharmacy symbol, and the traditional Rx prescription symbol is also partially visible on it. A variety of bottles and pharmacy items are visible on the shelves in the background, and items displayed in front of the counter include medications, cigars, and candy.

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