Still sold in the US, I understand Claire, and in UK as Chlorophenol.
My concern here is, it was advertised and marketed with 'shocking and hilarious' ads, as being the gold star for feminine hygiene in 1920.
However it was so potent, it was used to end an outbreak of cholera in Germany in 1889, the Spanish Flu in 1918 and also as an effective agent for the influenza virus.
Also, it was used to wash the bedding and decontaminate the sick rooms and hospital walls!
Marketing and advertising of products did not think of women then, and one hundred(100) years later, we are still being