Two bottles found on the lot formerly occupied by the Alexander Morris residence. The Morris’s were a family of barbers.
Bottle from Louisville-based Markhams’ Druggist, established in 1866.
Bottles from Paris, France. The smaller one is a perfume bottle, and the larger is from Society Hygenique.
Faded tin-type photograph of a woman set in a wooden frame with glass. Tin-types were created by making a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal that was coated with a dark lacquer or enamel. This method of photography was most widely used in the 1860s and 1870s.
Tin-type photographic image enhanced with filters. The woman pictured was likely related to the Alexander Morris family and lived on the site in the 1860s.
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