Company Names, addresses, dates:
L.H. Ott, Harrisonburg VA
L.H. Ott & Sons, Harrisonburg VA
The "L" stood for "Luthor"1.
Page 117 of the book: "Images of America Harrisonburg" by Scott Hamilton Suter & Cheryl Lyon has a photo that shows L.H. Ott's drug store in the 1920s on Main Street. The bottom of the sign outside the drugstore says "The Rexall Store" at the bottom2.
(more information will be added when I get around to researching this druggist)
Clear (sun colored amythest) 3.5" bottle embossed:
horizontal: L.H.OTT / DRUGGIST / (mortar & pestle) / HARRISONBURG / VA
Clear 6.5" bottle (similar to the bottle above except for the size and the location of
the mortar & pestle), embossed::
horizontal: L.H.OTT / (mortar & pestle) / DRUGGIST / HARRISONBURG / VA
base: B B & CO / PAT'D
These are clear 4.3" and 3.7" bottles embossed:
vertical in script: L.H. Ott & Son
vertical: HARRISONBURG, VA.
base (left bottle): PAT JUN 17 88 / A / S B
base (right bottle): PAT JUN 17 88 / S B
This is a 3" x 1.75" x 1" cardboard box. It says:
label on box: THE L.H. Ott Drug Co. / Pharmacists / ESTABLISHED 1856 / HARRISONBURG, VA. (logo with LHOCO)
Hand written: No. 61762a Date 1.6.04 / Take as directed / Mrs. Morris Dr. J.C.T.