The crisis over the prescribed opioid pharmaceuticals & What is to be done? @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst

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Photo:English: The Palace Pharmacy at 602-604 Hamilton St, the SW corner of 6th and Hamilton Streets.

Classic early 20th Century Pharmacy/Soda Fountain. Served various sodas and ice creams as well as dispensing perspiration medicines, selling sundry products and magazines. Had several tables for patrons. The Palace Pharmacy was located at the SW corner of 6th and Hamilton Streets. The pharmacy opened on December 24, 1900, owned by Robert Good. The name apparently changed to Good's in the early 1930s. Good used the ground floor for his pharmacy, and the upper floors were rented as offices.

Robert D. Good called it quits at the pharmacy and it was closed on January 5, 1948, due to rising rents. At that time, it was the oldest drugstore in the city that had not been remodeled. The space has been occupied by several restaurants over the decades since and today is Pastaficio, a popular Italian lunch restaurant

Date 1915

Source Ann Bartholomew (Author), Carol M. Front (Author) (2002), Allentown (Images of America), Arcadia Publishing (April 8, 2002), ISBN-10: 0738509965

Author Undetermined photographers

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The crisis over the prescribed opioid pharmaceuticals & What is to be done? @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst

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