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AMEC Analysis: Part: Whole Date Range: 1903-1920 Neck Finish: Lipping Tool Decoration: Embossed Comments: "Lee's Pharmacy Alaska Building Seattle, Wash." is embossed on the side. Mr. Lee operated this pharmacy from 1889 until 1914. One clear glass medical bottle with blake base and prescription finish. Embossing includes: (On base) W. T. CO U. S. A. (On front) Lee's Pharmacy ALASKA BUILDING SEATTLE. WASH. Maker's Mark dates indicates production by Whitall Tatum Company in Millville, NJ (1901-1938). Two small fragments missing from rim. Dried substance inside and outside of bottle. Iridescence on outside of bottle. J. Dougherty 03/22/2010

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Owned by The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

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King County North America Northwest Coast Puget Sound Washington State Western United States Western Washington

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Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

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