Medicine bottles

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Titles Medicine bottles
Description Three glass bottles originally used to hold medicine and carried in a saddlebag. The bottles were used in the 1860s by Dr. B.B. Moore in Iowa and Ohio. The two smaller bottles, colored green and orange, respectively, are impressed with the words, "Glovers / Imperial distemper remedy / H. Clay Glover / New York."
Quantity 3 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 6 1/2 inches height (8123.2, clear glass bottle)
2 inches diameter (8123.2, clear glass bottle)
5 1/4 inches height (8123.3,4, two square bottles, each)
2 inches width (8123.3,4, two square bottles, each)
1 1/4 inches depth (8123.3,4, two square bottles, each)
Nomenclature bottle
Materials glass (material)
cork (bark)
Creation Made in: New York, New York, United States
Subjects Owned/used by: Moore, Benjamin B.
Used in: Iowa, United states
Used in: Ohio, United States
Medicine. Medical Equipment & Supplies. Equipment to Administer & Dispense Medications
Dates Creation: Approximately 1865
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 8123.2-4 (Accession Number)

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