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    Amethyst Mount Pleasant Dairy Bottle

    I'm trying to find out a little more info about this amethyst milk bottle from Mount Pleasant, PA. It's been through a lot with scratches and fleabites but I've never seen another one from this small town. On the front it reads "LIQ. 1/2 PT. MT. PLEASANT DAIRY E. E. P. MT. PLEASANT, PA." On the back it reads "REGISTERED J.T. & A.H. 14". I'm pretty sure the 14 stands for 1914 since that was the year WWI began and the U.S. had to stop importing manganese for glass. After that the amethyst color disappeared. But I'd like to know what the J.T. & A.H. stands for. Would it be a glass company?
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    J.T. & A. Hamilton of Pittsburg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhpharm View Post
    J.T. & A. Hamilton of Pittsburg.
    Thanks for the info. That helped a lot. For anyone reading this posting, I'm adding this link for reference on the company.
    http://www.sodasandbeers.com/Manufac...Notes50534.htm



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