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Catalog Number 2014.029.001
Object Name Label, Product
Scope & Content Medicine label from Snyder's Pharmacy; Fred H. Snyder and John A. Douglass, Phone 1351, Anacortes, Wash. "Water Glass Use ___ part water glass to ___parts warm water" Back has adhesive on it that can be actified by adding water to it.

Fred Snyder, owner; came to Anacortes in 1904 and partnered with druggist John Douglas at Eureka Drugs. The Anacortes American report on October 6, 1949 that Fred Snyder was killed in a train and car wreck near Marblemount, WA. His wife, Mabel, was severely injured. She recovered and continued to operate the drug store until the late 1970s. The Pharmacy was located at 502 Commercial Avenue until 1941, which it moved to 504 Commercial Avenue.

NOTE: These labels are readily available online through the "Auction" selling site, "".
Title Medicine label from Snyder's Pharmacy
Caption Medicine Label for Snyder's Pharmacy
People SNYDER, Fred H.
Search Terms Snyder's Drugs
Snyder's Pharmacy
Subjects Communication - Label