Used thick cardboard postcard from the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd.; front: address and occupation handwritten in pencil and an imprinted orange-yellow 1c Canadian stamp; back: framed by solid black line, left section has ad for "Dominion CBQ Tablets" with a policeman holding up h…
The postcard is an invitation to an annual meeting of the Ontario Medical Association in 1908; it has been post marked and a 1 cent King George stamp was preprinted on the postcard.
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Originally owned by Dr. Horace Boscam of Uxbridge; found within the pages of the textbook "Static Electricity" and the uses of the Roentgen Ray by W.B. Snow from 1903; it was located in the textbook 006.030.033 after it had been donated to the museum.
Hand written in ink on the front "Dr. Horace Boscam // Uxbridge // Ont" Typed on the back "Hamilton, April 15th, '08 // The Ontatio Medical Association"
Length 13.4 cm x Width 8.5 cm
The cover has a three small areas of loss on the edge closest to the photograph; there are some spots on the photograph; both appear to be yellowing; the corners of the frame are slightly bent and separating.
Elizabeth McMahon; CD #2
Dr. Horace Boacam was the second Doctor to live at 38 Main Street Uxbridge Ontario; the following tennant of the house was Dr. Frank Mellow, followed by Dr. Ross Mellow; it was Dr. Frank Mellow who purchased the electrostatic generating machine; artefact 006030001.
Paper envelope for Vi-Tone Co.; front: ad for Vi-Tone, facsimile (blue) of man, woman and child reaching around the globe; back: flap, address and rust-coloured 3c Canadian stamp of George V; opened at top