Shaker Family Pills....New York: A.J. White Co. Circa 1880's. 2 1/4" high. Still sealed with the pills. A.J. White entered into an agreement with the Mt. Lebanon, New York Shakers to market various products for the community. The A.J. White company eventually became a huge patent medicine company that sold products world wide.
Norwood's Tincture of Vertrum Viride.... Medical Department , The United Society of Shakers, Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Cirac 1910. 5 1/4" high. This medicine was the Mt. Lebanon Shakers last medicinal product and was produced into the 19th Century. Pure food drug legislation forced the Shakers to print the word "Poison" in red across the label.
Shaker Anodyne, Enfield, N.H. 3 1/2". Circa 1890. Some loss to the label. (Inventory #: 223)