Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph shows an unidentified man holding baby Martin Tobin. The man is wearing a Tobin's Pharmacy uniform, and can be seen in several other photographs, including B390.02.0002.00007. The two are sitting in a booth. Written on front is " Oct. 20, 1941". Text stamped on back reads "Oct 20 1941, Bri-Tone Prints Trade Mark Reg. Denver". Photograph is in black and white. Red corner-holders can be seen on the corners of the photograph itself.
Photograph shows baby Martin Tobin standing at a soda fountian. Text on back reads "Martin Tobin, Tobin's Soda Fountain". Text stamped on back reads "Mar 16, 1942 Bri-Tone Prints Trade Mark Reg. Denver". Photograph is in black and white.
Photograph shows a bottle of medicine. The bottle is labeled "Mistura Glycyrrhizae Composita", "Ethyl Nitrate, Opium", Dose - 1 to 4 teaspoonfuls three or four times daily.", "H. L. Mulford Co.", among other information. The bottle is about one quarter (1/4) full of a dark substance. Photograph also shows a ruler for size comparison in centimeters.
(1) digital photograph of a newsclipping featuring Tobin's Pharmacy. The title of the story is "Tobin Pharmacy - a living landmark". The clipping contains pictures of Lou and Elsa Tobin, Howard Zeppelin, and Councilman William Scheitler. The news story is about Tobin's Pharmacy's 50th anniversary.
Newsclipping title reads "Tobin's Drugs still a link to simpler, friendly times". The article by Rocky Mountain News; author is Michael Romano. The article is on history of pharmacy. The newsclipping features a photograph of Lou Tobin from the 50th anniversary of Tobin's Pharmacy.
Newspaper clipping article title reads "Need some snake oil? Try Tobin's". Subheading reads "West Colfax pharmacy stocks Mexican cures, Yiddish cards". The article is by Rocky Mountain News; the author is Pamela Avery. Pictures feature Lou Tobin, Howard Zeppelin, Yiddish cards, and stocked herbs.
Series contains digital copies of 3 newspaper articles about Arnold Hayutin and his drugstores, copy of his obituary, letter to customers about the closing of The Drugstore, Arnold Hayutin's business card from The Drugstore, Arnold Hayutin's pharmaceutical board certification and the first dollar The Drugstore made as well as photographs of 3 objects: Health Mart mug, Health Mart paperclip holder and Arnold Hayutin's acrylic desk nameplate.