A number of tiles that had decorated the soda fountain in the Winslow Drug Store were used in the floor work of the second-floor display, separating the prescription counter from the game counter. Tile work of this kind was not uncommon as a back splash in soda fountains. Pharmacists at the time also offered small games to their customers (e.g., punchboards, and pinball and slot machines) who could win small store discounts or cigarettes.
Pharmacies sold many other items, particularly photographic equipment such as cameras and flash materials, and they offered the services of tobacco and herb cutters, suppository makers, and balances. Of course, no soda fountain would be complete without a Bromo Seltzer dispenser to help you get through the day.
Alson on this floor is a display cabinet containing numerous mortars and pestles. Made of wood, stone, porcelain, glass, marble, pottery, bronze, and iron, they were collected from all over the world by a pharmacist during his many travels.