The Mentholatum Co. building photographed in 1928 at the corner of Douglas and Cleveland
The Mentholatum Co. building photographed in 1928 at the corner of Douglas and Cleveland Courtesy photo
The Mentholatum Co. building photographed in 1928 at the corner of Douglas and Cleveland Courtesy photo

Mentholatum inventor Hyde’s influence still felt in Wichita 125 years later

October 15, 2014 9:42 AM

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