Alvin Wright (born 1857 - died 1914) was an American-born Lovian doctor and inventor. Wright was born in New Orleans and then moved to Los Angeles. He went to Lovia in 1886. He invented a steam powered car in 1881, but failed to make it commercially successful. He also made his own medicines and remedies. His most famous invention was Dr. Alvin's Cough Medicine, a bourbon-based cough syrup which was quickly made into a soft drink.
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