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Topic: narcotics

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The age of drugs / Dalrymple.

The age of drugs / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows the interior of a drugstore with an elderly man, the pharmacist, dispensing a "Bracer" to a crowd of eager consumers, while a young girl secures a bottle of "Soothing Syrup." On the counter a... more

"Dope!" Will John Bull's "pipe dream" ever come true? / F. Opper.

"Dope!" Will John Bull's "pipe dream" ever come true? / F. Opper.

Political cartoon showing Chinese man labeled Chamberlain looking at John Bull smoking long opium pipe "British bullheadedness" and dreaming of the Boers' surrender.

Narcotics agents with over 400 lbs. of marijuana / World Telegram & Sun photo by Ed Ford.

Narcotics agents with over 400 lbs. of marijuana / World Telegram & Su...

Narcotics agents (left to right) Capt. Edward Sheehy, George M. Belk and James A. Flynn pose with packages of marijuana in suitcases.

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