Assembly-line workers at the Indian Root Pill Factory in Morristown

Female assembly-line workers and male management at the Indian Root Factory, which manufactured miracle cures, elixirs, and pills, etc. Circa 1900. Morristown, NY.

Pictured from left to right are Row 1: Manie Manard, Julia A. Bolton, Julia Rowland Richerdson, Kittie Manard, Lace Worden Hawkin, Row 2: Emma hay Dyen, Mary Roland, Elizabeth Dunn, Uncle Nicholson, Candy Hazr, Lillian Richerson McAuliffe, Clara Bromlie Phylips, and Row 3: Nettie Wright, Robert Nicholson, Petrv Kerren, William Dien, Nellie Conklin, Georgia Lovett, Ella Lovett, Colista Rogers, and Mame Kerren.

For more information, check out this story on the Indian Root Pill Factory.

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