The Antikamnia Calendar

Not certain that skeletons were the best imagery for a patent medicine company.

You can see a lot more calendar pages here, the results of Google Image Search.

     Posted By: Paul - Sun Jan 26, 2020
     Category: Patent Medicines, Nostrums and Snake Oil | Twentieth Century | Skulls, Bones and Skeletons

Some of their calendars have Alfred E. Neuman. He starts appearing about 10 rows down in the search.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 01/26/20 at 12:55 PM
Alfred E. Neuman was around way before Mad Magazine. I think he shows signs of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Can anyone out there can verify that?
Posted by Joshua Zev Levin, Ph.D. on 01/26/20 at 11:13 PM
The baby one is not at all disturbing...
Posted by Brian on 01/27/20 at 09:09 PM
An article on Antikamnia and its calendars (referenced in the Wikipedia article):
Posted by ges on 01/28/20 at 07:18 PM
So that's why the stuff actually worked. The primary metabolic product is acetaminophen (Tylenol). That is, if you survived the accompanying cyanosis.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 01/30/20 at 11:56 AM
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