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Image of 2000.016.001 - Bottle, Medicine

2000.016.001 - Bottle, Medicine

Clear glass medicine bottle. Embossed: "Anacortes Drug Co., Anacortes, Wash." on the face of bottle. Above the company name, are marks similiar to "3iii" Brown residue inside bottle appears to be something that was dropped into the bottle. Found in dig near 1010 14th Street, Anacortes WA.

Image of 2002.064 - Bottle, Medicine

2002.064 - Bottle, Medicine

Glass bottle (containing gilt paint or residue) with cork stopper.

Image of 2003.078 - Medicine bottle

2003.078 - Medicine bottle

"Anacortes Drug Co., Anacortes, Wash." small "clear" medicine bottle; inside has white deposits from being buried or from medicine left in bottle. Outside of bottle in relief says: "Anacortes Drug Co., Anacortes, Wash.". Has a possible "3i" near neck of bottle. Found while digging in garde

Image of 2005.021 - Bottle

2005.021 - Bottle

Clear glass bottle imprinted in red with "Gold Medal Milk, since 1929," with two round imprints of the "Western Washington Fair Association, Puyallup" and "1941, Awarded to Wagner Dairy, Score 98+, Market Milk Pasteurized" on one side. Opposite side has red lettering "McDugle Wagner Dairy, Anacortes, Wash. Dairy Products." This bottle has no cap included.

Image of 2012.030.004 - Bottle

2012.030.004 - Bottle

Plastic bottle with lid used in Holy Communion by Father/Chaplain Melvin Ray Brown during field duty in the Korean and Viet Nam conflicts. Father Brown also was at the Anacortes Episcopal Church.

Image of 2012.030.041.001-.002.A,B - Bottle

2012.030.041.001-.002.A,B - Bottle

Two white transparent plastic bottles with black lids used in Holy Communion by Father/Chaplain Melvin Ray Brown during field duty in the Korean and Viet Nam conflicts. Father Brown also was at the Anacortes Episcopal Church.

Image of 2014.036 - Bottle, Drinking

2014.036 - Bottle, Drinking

Coca-Cola soda bottle. Bottom reads: "Anacortes, Wash" This is an Evolution Bottle #7 - years: 1937-1950s; Important words on Bottle : "BOTTLE PAT D - 105529"; Description: Hobbleskirt, 6 oz. raised letter, cork/crown sealed, returnable. Historical Notes: This bottle version was granted a patent on August 3, 1937, also called "D Bottle". Until the early 1960s the town where the drink was bottled was embossed on the bottom of contour bottles. (www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/collectors-columns-collecting-bottles) Per donor: :"March 2014, We found this bottle in a sandbar on the south fork of the Skagit River, just north of our house. There is a little "island" that is in front of P

Image of 2014.055.001 - Cap, Bottle

2014.055.001 - Cap, Bottle

Metal top w/paper underside bottle cap from "Wagner Dairy Grade A Orange Drink". "metal" is aluminum or tin, top is orange. Wagner Dairy was located at 2302 Commercial from at least 1919-1947. In 1947 they changed their name to McDugle-Wagner Dairy and was known under that name through at least 1965.

Image of 2014.055.002 - Cap, Bottle

2014.055.002 - Cap, Bottle

Metal top w/paper underside bottle cap from "Wagner Dairy Grade A Butter Milk". "metal" is aluminum or tin, top is light blue. Wagner Dairy was located at 2302 Commercial from at least 1919-1947. In 1947 they changed their name to McDugle-Wagner Dairy and was known under that name through at least 1965.

Image of 2014.055.003 - Cap, Bottle

2014.055.003 - Cap, Bottle

Coated paper bottle cap from "Wagner Dairy Grade A Coffee Cream Pasteurized". Cap is of beige/tan stiff paper/board; writing in center is red, navy blue and the color of the main cap. Wagner Dairy was located at 2302 Commercial from at least 1919-1947. In 1947 they changed their name to McDugle-Wagner Dairy and was known under that name through at least 1965.

Image of 2014.055.004 - Cap, Bottle

2014.055.004 - Cap, Bottle

Coated paper bottle cap from "Wagner Dairy Milk Grade A - Pasteurized". Cap is of beige/tan stiff paper/board; writing in center is red, blue-green and the color of the main cap. Wagner Dairy was located at 2302 Commercial from at least 1919-1947. In 1947 they changed their name to McDugle-Wagner Dairy and was known under that name through at least 1965.

Image of fic.0583 - Bottle, Medicine

fic.0583 - Bottle, Medicine

Medicine bottle embossed "Schmidt's Pharmacy, Anacortes, Wash"

Image of fic.0660 - Suture

fic.0660 - Suture

Glass bottle with silver metal screw-on lid. Under lid is a stopper with a hole in the center to pull the cat-gut through. Label reads: Surgeon's Cat-Gut; Assorted sizes; Carbolized 6 per cent (crossed off) hand written in pencil in place of crossed off is word "aseptic." Printed: Prepared specially for S. Maw, Son & Thompson; Nos. 7 to 12, Aldersgate Street, London, E.C. Contains 3 spools of catgut". Bottom of jar embossed: "Jelee Co., Gunshocken, PA, Pat'd July 10-88" Probably 1888.

Image of J.V.001 - Bottle, Medicine

J.V.001 - Bottle, Medicine

Medicine bottle embossed "Dickerman Drug Co., Incorporated, Purity and Accuracy our motto, Anacortes, Wash". Found under the house at 1216 15th Street, Anacortes, when working under home. 1979. Approx 5" tall

Image of R.VIII.001 - Bottle

R.VIII.001 - Bottle

dark brown colored glass bottle is a replica of a bottle used to launch the "S. S. LIOTI, Sloan Shipyards Corp, Anacortes, WN., Launched May 28, 1919, U.S.S.B, (there is a shield in blue, red and white with three gold stars on the top, with a gold anchor hanging under the shield), Miss Helen Sundeen, Sponsor" written on the face of the bottle. Neck of the bottle is painted gold, and the cork is on with wire used in real champagne bottles.

Image of WF 6076.014 - Textures

WF 6076.014 - Textures

1 of 33 Matte boards of images used in the exhibit "At a 250th of a Second", held September 1 through October 2, 1994. These photographs (on the matte boards) are by Wallie Funk and showcasing his work. WF 6076.014 ...11 photos of textures: wood, shells, spider webs, ice, horseshoes, etc.

Image of 2015.098.011 - three unidentified med

2015.098.011 - three unidentified med

Dr. Edwin Eugene Dodge was the son of Anacortes optometrist Harry Leon Dodge and his wife Lorena, who came to Anacortes in 1901 and opened a drug store. Edwin graduated from Anacortes High School in 1928 and took over his father's business at 514 Commercial by the mid-1930s. He remained in business until c. 1975. Dr. Dodge used his vessel, the TALAPUS, to provide optometry services to those living on outer islands, including the San Juans. His optometrical equipment is in the Anacortes Museum collection. His home on Cap Sante, which he shared with his wife Tempa and his son Leon, was demolished in December 2000. This photo has no identification. There are three men, one with a bottle in

Image of WF 6743.001-.013 - Ezra and Viola McDugle

WF 6743.001-.013 - Ezra and Viola McDugle

Elza and Violet McDugle celebrated the silver anniversary of their dairy in April 1964. These photos are of Mrs. McDugle pouring milk into a glass held by her husband. On April 16, 1939, they purchased Wagner Dairy from Lou Wagner, who had operated it at Summit Park for 25 years. Elza McDugle had worked as a butter maker for West Coast Dairy in the Semar Building for twelve years prior to starting his own business; his brother, Sergeant, had worked at Wagners during that time. In 1941 they moved to a building at 2302 Commercial. In 1947, McDugle's formed a corporation with their son, Don. In 1953, they opened an outlet in Sedro-Woolley. Violet McDugle's sister, Mrs. John Glad, was in charge,