Tag: Rheumatism

  • The Healing Hands of Mahlon Locke

    The Healing Hands of Mahlon Locke

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    Dr. Mahlon Locke built a reputation for treating rheumatism in the 1920s and 1930s. Denounced as a “faith healer” but admired as a “foot twister” and “hoof doctor,” he treated thousands of sufferers at his clinic in Williamsburg, Ontario.

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Bob Teevan

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What happens when a postcard advertising a magazine is used to invite guests to tea? Postcard History claims there is a story behind every postcard. Our motto has never been more apropos then here. A society family invites neighbors to tea. The hosts, their guests, a cheap magazine, a fishmonger and a cat all have history. Here is some of it.

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