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Stoneware Quart Bottle from Monroe, Wisconsin

Although this unlisted quart stoneware bottle is unknown to most collectors it has been in the collection of the Kenosha Museum for many years. The stamp reads F. BUTTERFIELD MONROE and was probably made by the Charles Hermann & Co. stoneware manufacturing in Milwaukee around 1880. Based on the bottle style it probably was used for Small Beer which was a type of brewed soda water like Root Beer, Lemon Beer, Sarsaparilla, etc. Little is known about Mr. Butterfield. There is a Fred Butterfield listed in the 1880 Census for the City of Monroe but he is listed with an occupation of Dentist so he may or may not be the soda bottler. No other bottles, advertisements or other references have surfaced yet from F. Butterfield. More information is needed on this company.
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