Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Buell and Wheeler prescription book
The Buell and Wheeler prescription book (1972-135-0) was maintained from 1876 through 1879. The book contains prescriptions that were filled at the pharmacy of Buell and Wheeler in Litchfield, Connecticut. Along with dealing in drugs, medicines, and prescriptions, Buell and Wheeler also dealt in stationary. Prescriptions written by Dr. Williams Deming, Dr. W.J. Beach, and Dr. H.W. Buel can be found in the volume.
John Crow prescription
Prescription by Dr. John Crow of the State of New York to cure the bite of a mad dog. Originally titled "a receipt", it includes sulphur, colts false tongue, & blood root.
Dr. Ely Fox prescriptions
Dated New Hartford (Conn.) November 19, 1824, the handwritten page contains a prescription for making a burnt salve and another for burnt ointment.
George A. Potter collection
A collection of papers of the Luddington and Potter families. Polly Luddington, granddaughter of David, married Sherman Potter on 13 March 1816.
"Ringbone Receipt" a prescription for ringbone, a disease in horses, that includes a plaster of Spanish flies and angleworms.
Sheldon family papers
Stoddard family papers
Samuel Thompson patent
Correspondence regarding Samuel Thompson's patent for compounding and mixing medicines for various ailments. Included is a letter from John Q. Adams, U.S. Secretary of State, certifying that it is a true copy of the patent. William Wirt, Attorney General, certifies that the patent was delivered to him on 28 Jan. 1823 and it conforms to the law.