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Quarantine sign for scarlet fever. Black block letters on red cardboard. Families whose members were ill with a contagious disease would purchase and display a quarantine sign either in the front window or on the front door. This sign belonged to Chester L. Stocks, a druggist and medical doctor in Bushong from 1896 to 1934.

Date: between 1915 and 1935

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Item Number: 318766
Call Number: 1976.105.36
KSHS Identifier: 1976.105.36

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