Archaeology at Laclede's Landing - 700 North 1st Street


Two blown glass bottle necks (no side seams) from Locus 11. Found at an elevation of 130.27 meters above sea level.



Glass seal from a bottle of French wine; excavated in locus 11. Found at an elevation of 130.14 meters above sea level.



Bottom half of a bitters bottle that was a "CURE" manufactured in "ST LOUIS". Found at an elevation of 130.08 meters above sea level.


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Blown glass bottle neck and rim; discovered in locus 11. Found at an elevation of 129.85 meters above sea level.



Bottom half of a Bitters bottle manufactured in St. Louis; discovered in locus 11. Found at an elevation of 130.01 meters above sea level.



Top half of a glass bottle; discovered in locus 11.



Neck and rim of a blown glass bottle; discovered in locus 11.



Neck and rim of a blown glass bottle that still retains its cork; discovered in locus 11.



Neck and base of a side seamed glass bottle with raised "St. Louis"; discovered in locus 13.



Glass stopper with side seam; discovered in locus 13.



Glass fragment with the raised name "Davis"; discovered in locus 13.



Bent glass pipe of the variety used by a chemist; discovered in locus 13.



Blown glass bottleneck discovered in locus 11.



Bodysherd of a soda bottle discovered in locus 11.



Blown glass bottleneck from cobalt glass discovered in locus 11 at an elevation of 130.10.



"Chill and fever" bottle discovered in locus 11 at an elevation of 129.65.



1899 ad for Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills and Fever Cure.



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