A Fraud’s Gallery

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A Fraud’s Gallery: From Two New York Sunday Papers of a Single Date. Every one of these advertisements represents a bunco game on the sick and suffering.

Samuel Hopkins Adams’ seminal articles on the patent medicine industry ran in Collier’s magazine starting in 1905, and helped build the record for the 1906 Pure Food and Drugs Act, and for amendments to the law in 1912.