1989.80.9


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Image
Description:
- green glass; embossed "Lambert & Turner"
- for soda water; cylindrical shape comes to narrow neck at top; base diameter is 7 cm; top diameter is 2.9
- Warren Lambert began manufacturing soda water and bottling mineral water in 1870. A year later Lambert joined with John G. Turner and in 1886 they established the Chatham Soda Water Works on Kirk Alley in Chatham. In 1902 their location became known as Pop Alley. They continued in business until 1922.
Chatham-Kent Museum
Out in the Open exhibition
VS059
Date of Publication:
2018
Subject(s):
Collection:
Chatham Kent Museum
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Location of Original:
Chatham-Kent Museum
Out in the Open exhibition
VS059
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1989.80.9


- green glass; embossed "Lambert & Turner"
- for soda water; cylindrical shape comes to narrow neck at top; base diameter is 7 cm; top diameter is 2.9
- Warren Lambert began manufacturing soda water and bottling mineral water in 1870. A year later Lambert joined with John G. Turner and in 1886 they established the Chatham Soda Water Works on Kirk Alley in Chatham. In 1902 their location became known as Pop Alley. They continued in business until 1922.
Chatham-Kent Museum
Out in the Open exhibition
VS059