[Birmingham, AL: ca. 1920s]. A search of digital newspaper archives finds a Dr. W.E. Himihia plying his trade throughout the eastern seaboard in the 1920's, with appearances in Miami, Olean (NY) and Ohio; a May, 1922 advertisement in Popular Science Monthly gives his address as Phoebus, Virginia. The current broadside came out of a Montgomery, Alabama estate and was presumably printed in that city. Perhaps interestingly, 115 Commerce Street (the address given on the broadside) in Montgomery is immediately across the street from the current location of the Hank Williams Museum. Broadside, 9" x 6". Printed recto-only on gray-green paper. Faint horizontal fold-lines; minor edgewear; Very Good to Near Fine.