Dream Book Bridal Superstitions -Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines -Vintage Booklet

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Early 1900's, the Dream book Bridal Superstitions, a form of advertisement for Dr. V.M. Pierce.  Included are interpretations of dreams, old time bridal superstitions, months to marry, and many advertisements for his family medicines.

"On no account should the bride or bridegroom be handed a telegram on the way to church."

Inside the front cover is a notice from Dr. Pierce of the Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, New York.  He states they welcome letters, and will give free medical advice.  Patients are never advised to incur the extra expense of visiting, when they can be treated at home.  But if needed they can treat at the institution using a variety of apparatus -Deep X-Ray, Alpine Sun Lamp, Diathermy, the Radiant Light, Static Electricity and more.

This booklet measures approx. 4 x 5 1/2, and contains 32 pages.  It is in very good condition, no tears or marks.