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Empty whiskey bottles, crumpled cigarette packs, dental floss, packaging from an old Colgate toothpaste package  it might sound like trash, but to San Francisco State University Assistant Professor of Anthropology Meredith Reifschneider its a treasure trove. Reifschneider is sifting through such items  found in enlisted mens barracks at the Presidio, now a national park in San Francisco, that date back to the 1890s through the 1950s  for her current research project. With each discarded, once-worthless item shes creating a clearer picture of the everyday health care practices of people of the past. Scroll through to see the trove of artifacts. #SFSU

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Chris Larsen
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In 1993 this E-Loan co-founder was instrumental in passing California's strong consumer financial privacy law.