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  George T Fulford entered the patent-medicine trade in 1886, and in 1890 acquired the rights to his most famous product, "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." His use of large-scale newspaper testimonial advertising helped expand his business internationally.

 

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Patent medicine was about to be in vogue and Fulford was preparing for the boom by opening his own firm, G.T. Fulford and Company, in 1887.

 

 

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Seniors & Students – $5

Families  – $15

Children 6 and under – free

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