R. L. Wolcott
|R. L. Wolcott|
|Born||Royal Lansing Wolcott|
11 July 1832
Trenton, New York
|Died||1 November 1913 (81)|
Manhattan, New York
|Burial||Rosedale and Rosehill Cemetery, Linden, New Jersey|
|Known for||Wolcott's Instant Pain Annihilator, Wolcott's Pain Paint|
|Spouse(s)||Deborah Jane Steel(e) (m. 1850)|
Royal Lansing Wolcott (July 11, 1832 - November 1, 1913) was an American druggist and patent medicine manufacturer, noted for his namesake products Wolcott's Instant Pain Annihilator, Wolcott's Pain Paint, and Wolcott's Natural Beautifier, which he advertised extensively across the United States (including an array of advertising notes in the style of bank notes).
In addition to his patent medicines, Wolcott also published pamphlets on the currency policies of the United States.
- Wolcott, R. L. (1875), Solution of the Money Question
- Wolcott, R. L. (1879), The Impending Financial Crisis, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=nyp.33433045488917;view=1up;seq=237