In from one of newest Fed members and noted Civil War author Jim Schmidt…Make sure you visit his blog site and sign up to receive his posts.
Part I of a 3-part series on “Burdock Blood Bitters” includes an 1883 letter from the manufacturer to a potential customer/”patient” in Virginia…also mentioned are Logan & Co., longtime druggists in Wheeling, WV. Parts II and III coming this week. Enjoy.
In Part II of my 3-part series on “Burdock Blood Bitters“, I’m pleased to offer scans of pages from an 1889 BBB almanac (my collection).
In Part III of my 3-part series on “Burdock Blood Bitters“, In this third and final post in a 3-part series on Burdock Blood Bitters I include a photo of a beautiful labeled Burdock bottle from the collection of friend and bitters collector extraordinaire, Ferdinand Meyer at Peachridge Glass.