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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph appears with the article, "Hiccoughs 'Cure' Told," Los Angeles Times, 03 May 1935: A1. To abate her attacks of the hiccoughs Lucille has been avoiding eating meat, onions and oranges and since the start of this diet she has been able to resume her household duties without any attacks. Multiple people have written to her suggesting cures such as sticking pins in her body to drinking sweetened vinegar and ether. *Stamped date not provided, date that is handwritten on negative used. Lucille and her husband are both smiling as she stands over the stove and pours him a cup of something to drink. Handwritten on negative: Mrs. Lucille Truesdell + hubby Harry Truesdell 5-2-35 Text from negative sleeve: TRUESDELL, LUCILLE HICCOUGHS, 1935 Text from newspaper caption: Cured of protracted hiccoughing, Mrs. Lucille Truesdell, shown here with her husband, was back home yesterday - on a diet.
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Stoves--California--Los Angeles Hiccups Sick persons Spouses--California--Los Angeles Truesdell, Lucille Reynolds Truesdell, Harry Eugene, 1910-1995