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Empty clear glass bottle for Seelye's Wasa-Tusa, "For Man and Beast, Internal and External." The A.B. Seelye Company of Abilene was established in 1890 and incorporated in 1897. It became one of the few large patent medicine concerns in the central prairie states. Wasa-Tusa was first released around 1890. The Obear-Nester Glass Company of East St. Louis used the Square-N mark from 1915 until 1978. This bottle came from a drug store and soda fountain in Delia, Kansas.

Creator: Obear-Nester Glass Company
Date: between 1919 and 1926

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Item Number: 318744
KSHS Identifier: 1956.55.23

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