Bottle of Godfrey's Mixture used in the pharmacy of a mental health hospital in Victoria Australia circa 1860. It contained laudenum (an opiate) and treacle and was used as a sedative. Collection: Museum Victoria
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Business cards for Melbourne clinical psychologist. The Australian native flannel flower is a symbol of mental health awareness in Australia for its adaptability, endurance and resilience to survive the extremes of desert life.