Plaster; 1880's; 1983.25.4.1

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Raglan and District Museum

Name/Title

Plaster

About this object

Yellowed paper envelope containing a thin piece of what might have been used as medical 'skin' for burns.

Date Made

1880's

Subject and Association Description

T.B. Hill started his Chemists career by opening the first Chemist shop in Auckland. He later moved to Raglan and opened a shop on Cliff St.

Collection

T.B. Hill

Credit Line

Apothecary Set of T.B.Hill M.P.S - donated by family

Object Type

Plaster

Object number

1983.25.4.1

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