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Name drug store

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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 2004.011 - Bottle, Medicine

2004.011 - Bottle, Medicine

Clear glass bottle with indented neck "Schmidt & Griffith leading Druggist Anacortes, Wash." Numbers 1, 2 and 3 on one side of the bottle; numbers 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100 on other side of the bottle. Lines appear above and below each number. "IV" is at neck of bottle.

Image of D.IV.107 - Dr. Dodge's office

D.IV.107 - Dr. Dodge's office

Dodge's Jewelry Shop. It is a close-up of the plaque out front. Hartman (Harry) L. Dodge came to Anacortes in 1901 and opened a drug store. By 1902, Harry had diversified and advertised his business at 414 Commercial as H. L. Dodge, Jeweler, Optician, pianos, musical merchandise, Edison and Victrola distributor. Dodge's business reflected the late 1800s and early 1900s, before optometry was an established profession and jewelers offered optometric services. From 1927-1929, H. L. Dodge was listed as simply, "Optometrist" at 514 Commercial. By the mid-1930s, his son Edwin had taken over the business and it remained at 514 Commercial until at least 1941, based on city directories in the Anacor

Image of WF 1092 - Dr. Edwin Dodge on "Talapus"

WF 1092 - Dr. Edwin Dodge on "Talapus"

Dr. Edwin Dodge was an Anacortes optometrist, the son of Hartman (Harry) L. Dodge who came to Anacortes in 1901 and opened a drug store. By 1902, Harry had diversified and advertised his business at 414 Commercial as H. L. Dodge, Jeweler, Optician, pianos, musical merchandise, Edison and Victrola distributor. Dodge's business reflected the late 1800s and early 1900s, before optometry was an established profession and jewelers offered optometric services. From 1927-1929, H. L. Dodge was listed as simply, "Optometrist" at 514 Commercial. By the mid-1930s, his son Edwin had taken over the business and it remained at 514 Commercial until c. 1975, based on city directories in the Anacortes Museum

Image of 2011.019.040 - Parade, August 9, 1937

2011.019.040 - Parade, August 9, 1937

Children's Parade, August 9, 1937.