Valve mark on base of bottle indicates use of a "press and blow" machine, which was in use in the first half of the 20th century; metal screw-on cap indicates a creation date after 1920
paper: yellow, black
Printed on label: "OINTMENT // RESOLYPTOL // Used as an antiphlogistic in olysipelas, and as a dressing for burns and scalds. // Poison Ivy // THE // H. POWELL CHEMICAL CO. // MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS // TORONTO"
Storage Room 0010
0010-A2-8 Row A
Length 8.5 cm x Diam. 6.5 cm
Lid and label worn in some areas.
Lindsey, Bill. Historic Glass Bottle Identification & Information Website. 2010. Society for Historical Archaeology and Bureau of Land Management.
For the treatment of burns, poison ivy; from the Blackstock Dispensary, built in 1876; practising physicians in the dispensary: Dr. John Montgomery 1876-1882; Dr. Auron J. Campbell 1882-1888; Dr. Wm. A Fish 1888-1901; Dr. John McCullough 1901-1906; Dr. Robert B. Harris 1906-1908; Dr. Archibald McArthur 1908-1925; Dr. John A. McArthur 1919-1966.