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November 10, 2010


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Ellen Roesener

I, too, have located the J & J Esmarch Bandage you have pictured (in an old PA house); folded up in a doll tin from the early 1900's. But when I tried to get to the Kilmer House Blog,unfortunately it cannot be found.

FIDM Museum

Hello Ellen,

I just updated the links in the post, so they should be live. Make sure you click on the highlighted words to be taken to the post. Just in case, here's another link to the Kilmer House blog post on the Esmarch bandage: http://www.kilmerhouse.com/2010/10/product-instructions-you-cant-lose/

Thanks for reading!

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