All I can see on it is ...W or N IA CO. RI on the base says W.T. Co. 2 USA
Any guesses? Thanks -PlaneDiggerCam
... AMMONIA? It'd be nice to see the rest of that one, for sure.
Taylor, where are you? RI expertise needed.
You have me stumped! Certainly not a bottle I've ever seen whole. I'll try and do some research on it. Go find an intact one!
Best guess is the B.P. Clapp Ammonia Co. Providence, RI. It's the only ammonia company in RI I could find.
No images for that bottle on google that I could find.
Thanks everyone for the info and help
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