Suppository machine with a “FOX . . . / PERFECTION . . . / Boston . . .” inscriptiion. Clarence W. Fox (1857-1912), the inventor, was a founding member of Fox, Fultz & Webster, a pharmaceutical firm in Boston.
Ref: Clarence W. Fox, “Machine for Making Suppositories,” U.S. Patent 509,154 (Nov. 21, 1893).
Fox, Fultz & Webster ad for the Perfection Suppository Machine and other items, in The Western Druggist (1893).
"Clarence W. Fox Buried," Boston Globe (Feb. 16, 1912), p. 11.
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