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This bottle was found at a multicomponent site in Osage County and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 2014. Archeologists use the term multicomponent to indicate a site has been occupied periodically throughout time. At this site, artifacts indicate intermittent occupations from the Archaic, Early Ceramic, and Middle Ceramic Periods in addition to a modern occupation. The wording on the patent medicine bottle of Tonic Vermifuge proclaims it to be made by Dr. D. Jayne's of Philadelphia. A bottle maker's mark on the bottom shows that the bottle was made by the Illinois Glass Company between 1916-1929.

Date: 1916-1929

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Item Number: 312049
Call Number: 14OS1308 2014.F.62
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 312049

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