The home front

In between advertising Queen Macassar Oil for setting victory rolls in place and announcing that housewives needed Scrubb’s Cloudy Ammonia, the AJP told us that many Australians had a case of “war nerves” – while pharmacists chafed at their “Cinderella position” The Australasian Journal of Pharmacy’s March 1942 edition advertised Yeaston for those war nerves

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