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Record 22/37
Copyright Wallace District Mining Museum
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Collection Pulaski Collection
Artist Roger Stuner
Date 1915s+
Description Bottle, Condiment - Clear glass bottle that appears to have been used to store olives (see http://www.sha.org/bottle/Typing/food/tallolive.jpg). According to Julian Toulouse's "Bottle Makers and Their Marks" the embossed "G" trademark on the bottom of the bottle suggests it was manufactured by one of the Gayner Glass Works of Salem, NJ around 1900, which fits with the general time period for this style of container, late 1890s-1930s.
Object ID L2009.09.019
Object Name Bottle, Condiment
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