Sangcura Sprudel Water Metadata
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- Main Title Sangcura Sprudel Water
- Creation: 1900
- Content Description: A pamphlet advertising "Sangcura Sprudel Water," describing the various uses of the mineral water and the salts derived by evaporating the water is shown here.
- Physical Description:  p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
- University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Business, Economics and Finance - Advertising
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- Keyword: mineral waters
- Keyword: mineral salts
- Place Name: United States - Texas - Palo Pinto County - Mineral Wells
- Time Period: new-sou
Name: A. F. Weaver CollectionCode: AFWC
Name: Boyce Ditto Public LibraryCode: BDPL
- Accession or Local Control No: AWO_1827E
- Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth60960
- Display Note: Accompanying information: This picture shows the title page of a small pamphlet of three leaves. It measures 5 1/2 inches by 7 3/4 inches. In typically nineteenth-century prose, it extols the quality of the mineral water. A reference to salts and crystals (along with the copyright date of the picture given as 1900) suggest that evaporating the water for its salts began much earlier than popularly thought. Please note the candid reference at the bottom of the picture to the water as laxative. Such candor among the glowing prose exhibited on the rest of the poster can only be regarded as remarkable.