WWPCM07986
"Russell PCC" (USA)
brand "United Drug Co.", 1905-1920s

printed by "USPCC" so

WWPCM07986/01:
deck
"Country Club", ca.1905
by USPCC ?
d07986j01 d07986sA6 d07986r03b box4
  d07986sA7 d07986sA3 d07986r03 d07986a01
WWPCM07986/02:
deck
"Scout",
c.1915

 
d07986j04 d07986sA4 d07986r04b d07986r04 box3
WWPCM07986/03:
deck
"Country Club", 1924
d07986sAb
d07986j01 d07986sA d07986r01c d07986r01 d07986r01b box1
WWPCM07986/04:
deck
"Rexall"

 
d07986j02 r06sA d07986r06 d07986r06c d07986r06d
    r06sA2 d07986r06b
  unknown
edition:
r10sA d07986r10
  unknown
edition:
d07986sA8 d07986r07 d07986r07b

 
narrow edition -
1932 ?
d07986sA2 d07986r02 box2
WWPCM07986/05:
deck
"Fifth Avenue"
sA:
I 104;
P 75
d07986j03 r08sA d07986r08b d07986r08
WWPCM07986/06:
deck
"Rex"

(narrow edition -
by
"Hurley PCC",
c.1935
)
d07986j05 d07986sA5 d07986r05/box d07986r05b d07986r09
WWPCM07986/07:
deck
"11th annual convention of the UDC", 1913
d07986j06 d07986r11 r11box

In 1902 Louis K. Liggett persuaded 40 independent drug stores to invest $4,000 in a retailers’ cooperative called United Drug Stores, which sold products under the Rexall name. After World War I, the cooperative established a franchise arrangement whereby independently owned retail outlets adopted the Rexall trade name and sold Rexall products.