The extensive collection of Hercules advertising materials, covering the years 1913 through 1952, documents the company's growth as a major manufacturer of chemical products. A portion of the 1944 edition is digitized here with content covering a range of products, including Brisgo, a trademarked depilatory compound for the cosmetic removal of hair from hog skin, and Thanite insecticide.
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