|Title||Labels,7, for pharmacy medicine bottles, Adolph Schmidt, Practical Chemist or Pharmacist; A.Schmidt's Pharmacy, Hoboken, N.J.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Seven pharmacy medicine bottle labels from Adolph Schmidt, Practical Chemist or Pharmacist, Hoboken, N.J. No dates, varying periods as apparent from designs, circa 1900-1960. Printed paper (ungummed), various sizes and ink colors.
Also known as A. Schmidt's Pharmacy. Located at Fourth St. & Willow Ave., Hoboken, across from (then) Saint Mary Hospital from the late 1800s to at least the 1970s(?)
Address often stated on labels as: Fourth St. & Willow Ave., Hoboken, N.J. Opp. St. Mary's Hospital.
Address was 267 Fourth St., Hoboken.
1: Hartshorn Liniment. A. Schmidt, Pharmacist.
2: Rose Water. A. Schmidt, Pharmacist.
3: Oilo di Mandorle & Syrup de Cicoria. Adolph Schmidt, Practical Chemist. Date, probably 1900-1920.
Notable is that the content is in Italian.
4: Brown Mixture. A. Schmidt, Pharmacist.
5: Oxalic Acid, Poison. A. Schmidt, Pharmacist.
6: Rhubarb & Soda Mixture, N.F. A. Schmidt's Pharmacy; L. C. Schmidt; M.L. Kusseluk.
Probably from the late 1940s through 1950s.
7: Paris Green (Poison stated in English & German: gift); Adolph Schmidt, Practical Chemist. Date, probably 1900-1920.
drug / druggist / retail
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|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||1960|
A. Schmidt (Apothecary / Pharmacy)
267 Fourth St.
|Caption||A. Schmidt label 1: Hartshorn Limiment|
Business & Commerce