Place Your Bid on Matted Photo of Old Patient Medicines

The OAFP Foundation is pleased to auction-off a 14″x11″ matted photograph of old patient medicines. Please place your bids now through 5 p.m. on Friday, September 29.

Donated by Foundation Trustee Pennie Marchetti, MD, and taken by a professional photographer from Cuyahoga Falls, OH, the labels, “One Night Cough Syrup,” “Pink Pills for Pale People,” and “Man or Beast,” are unique and interesting.

 

 

To place a bid:
  • Scroll down to the Comments feature at the end of the article
  • Complete the required fields (name and email address)
  • Submit the amount of your bid in the comments box
  • Click ‘Submit Comment.’

The minimum beginning bid is $20 and the minimum raise is $5.

The auction will close on Friday, September 29, at 5 p.m. To check the status of bidding, or to place additional bids, please revisit this page.

All proceeds directly benefit Foundation family medicine pipeline programs that seek to cultivate student career choice in the specialty of family medicine.

If you have any questions, please contact Director of Events and Foundation Programs Kaitlin McGuffie or call 800.742.7327.

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8 Comments

  1. Cathy Bishop says:

    $25

  2. Doug Harley says:

    $35

  3. Matt Finneran says:

    $50

  4. Linda Stone says:

    $75

  5. Renee Markovich says:

    100 dollars renee markovich

  6. Matt Finneran says:

    $125

  7. Catherine Bishop says:

    $150.00

  8. Kaitlin McGuffie says:

    Congratulations to Dr. Bishop for having the highest bid and winning the matted photo. Please keep an eye out for next quarter’s online auction to support OAFP Foundation programs! Thank you to all of our bidders.

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