CLARKE & WHITE BOTTLE RECOVERED FROM ROSEDOWN PLANTATION IN LOUISIANA

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Item Code: 1054-2452

Dark olive colored spring water bottle shows an applied blob top. Embossing reads, “CLARKE & WHITE. NEW YORK”. Bottle was recovered from the basement excavation of a Civil War ice house on Rosedown Plantation in Louisiana. The plantation house was built in 1834-35 by cotton planter Daniel Turnbull in West Feliciana Parish.

Bottle measures 7 ½” by 3” in circumference at the base. Note of provenance is included. [sl]

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