by Kristin Holt | Oct 16, 2019 | Articles
Part 4 of an 11-part series: Victorian-American Headaches. Explore five decades’ worth of advertisements for various headache remedies. Powders, capsules, tablets, beverages, and pills. Apparently remedies were gaining traction and becoming popular–though none of them contained a 19th-century chemistry breakthrough–Aspirin.
by Kristin Holt | Dec 6, 2015 | Articles
You might have readers on your gift-giving list, but have you considered adding a favorite author or two?
Twelve simple “gifts” that will mean the world to an author! These genuine gifts of the heart are easy, simple, and for the most part cost no money.
by Kristin Holt | Sep 8, 2015 | Articles
Santy (Santa Claus) wasn’t the only celebrity to endorse the well-known, well-loved, imported English Pears’ Soap. Even when the method of celebrity endorsement was used to lesser extent, it’s still implied. Another ad run either in a magazine or newspaper in the latter portion of the century quoted, “I have found it matchless for the hands and complexion.”