Guest Column, Opinion

May is National Historic Preservation Month

Creswell Heritage Foundation unearthed this two-ounce druggist bottle, filled with a distilled elixir, during a preliminary architect assessment of the Old Schoolhouse foundation in March. PHOTO PROVIDED

Over 100 years ago, a Creswell resident discarded a two-ounce druggist bottle filled with a distilled elixir, likely a chloroform compound for toothache, produced by A.G. Andersen, a well-regarded pharmacist with a drugstore in Crookston, Minnesota.
On March 28, 2018 Creswell Heritage Foundation's first cultural archeological find was made during a preliminary architect assessment of the Old Schoolhouse . . .

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