The drugstores had everything in the old days. They were a hub of activity and presented all manner of goods and services. Many were very entrepreneurial and had their own embossed bottles especially around the early 1900's. It made them uniquely identifiable and collectible to the diggers. The successful ones were very common and I remember finding dozens when we were dump digging. We would sell them for a few dollars. Now they seem to have disappeared into collections and are still sought after by our local collectors. This section is devoted to those businesses that had such an impact on our local economy. I have gathered much of the history from the Stan Sanders collection and photos provided by our premier pharmacy collector Sherard Hardman. Please contact us if you have more information on these wonderful collectibles.