Hobson Reynolds

Title

Hobson Reynolds

Subject

Hobson Reynolds, Dr. Luntz's Herbal Flaxolyn, The Walker Drug Company

Description

Hobson Reynolds, a black activist who proposed an equal rights bill in 1934, advertises a health product in 1930.

Creator

Philadelphia Tribune

Source

Philadelphia Tribune

Publisher

WCU, HIS 601/HON 452 Great Migration and Digital Storytelling, Fall 2014

Date

February 27, 1930

Contributor

John E. Smith III

Rights

Used by permission of the Philadelphia Tribune Company, Inc. All rights reserved. The Philadelphia Tribune, with 130 years of continuous publication, is the oldest newspaper in the United States serving the African-American community.

Format

PDF

Type

Still image

Text

Hobson R. Reynolds, 2044 Ridge Avenue, one of the most progressive men of the race in Philadelphia. Mr Reynolds feels that Dr. Luntz's Herbal Flaxolyn has been of such great benefit to him that he wants every reader of the Tribune to secure a bottle of this marvelous natural medicine. The Walker Drug Co. report that enver in the history of their establishment has any product proved so effective as Flaxolyn.

Original Format

Newspaper

Files

hobson reynolds.pdf


Citation

Philadelphia Tribune, “Hobson Reynolds,” Goin' North, accessed February 4, 2023, https://goinnorth.org/items/show/202.