|James M. Munyon|
As pictured in "Munyon's Liberty Song"
|Born||3 August 1848 |
|Died||10 March 1918 (69) |
Palm Beach, Florida
|Affiliations||Munyon's Homeopathic Home Remedy Company|
|Known for||"Munyon's Paw-Paw"|
James M. Munyon (August 3, 1848 - March 10, 1918) was an American manufacturer of homeopathic patent medicines, publisher, and patriotic song-writer.
Prior to Prof. Munyon's entry into the patent medicine trade, he was a publisher of a variety of interest magazines, including Christian Voices, the Labor World, and Munyon's Illustrated World.
"There Is Hope"
- A remedy for every illness
- Munyon's Paw-Paw Tonic
The Hotel Hygeia
- The Hotel Hygeia (1903-1917) on Munyon Island.
- "Munyon's Liberty Song" (msstate.edu) — a rousing patriotic hymn for the Spanish-American War
- "The Nation's Song" (msstate.edu) — "an out-burst of the soul, a blossom of patriotism, the fruit of a genius"
- "Dr. Munyon Song" (jhu.edu) — Vincent Bryan and E. Ray Goetz's 1907 musical tribute to Dr. Munyon
- "DR. MUNYON DIES IN FLORIDA; Manufacturer of Patent Medicines Stricken with Apoplexy", New York Times (New York City, NY), 11 March 1918, http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F60712F73E5C1B728DDDA80994DB405B888DF1D3 (includes birthdate and bio details)