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The rest of the story of Lorenzo D. Youngblood and his Tonic Bitters

The rest of the story of Lorenzo D. Youngblood and his Tonic Bitters by James Viguerie 17 February 2014 (R•111315 – Youngblood Shard) I am looking into four patents on Texas bitters. They were patented by Texans living in the … Continue reading

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Looking back at Deadwood, South Dakota

Usually, I do not get much time to watch television, but when Elizabeth and I do, we usually sit together on Sunday evenings and tune in on the latest HBO series. Award winning drama and documentaries are the norm, all … Continue reading

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Whiskey Cylinders Looking Strong in ABA Auction 57

“Bottle Fiends Ranch in Deadwood, Black Hills.” Jeff Wichmann over at American Bottle Auctions recently wrote about Deadwood’s Bottle Bonanza which is a fantastic circa 1876, Deadwood stereo view titled in period manuscript “Bottle Fiends Ranch in Deadwood Black Hills.” With … Continue reading

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