My great-grandfather in his Coulee City drugstore, early 1900's.
My dad in the 1970's on opening day of The Prescription Shoppe.
Actual scripts for beer that my great-grandfather filled for his customers during prohibition.
My great-grandfathers mortar & pestle, made by Coors. During prohibition, brewers had to find other means for income, and Coors made ceramics, like this.
My grandfather and friends outside his dad's shop in Coulee City.
Another shot of Charles B Neihart in his store.
My grandfather in a promotional image for another pharmacy in the 1940's.
My grandfather carrying a block of ice back to the drugstore. Before refrigeration was common, they'd use ice blocks covered with sawdust. Often they'd get the ice from lakes frozen over in the winter. It looks too warm to be winter in this photo!
My grandfather in Neihart Drug in the 1950's.
Main Street, Coulee City in the early 1900's. Neihart Drug is on left.
My grandfather's opium license from 1940.
Neihart Drug operated Washington State's first state liquor outlet. Here my grandfather sports a classic moustache, standing in front of his liquor supply.
My grandfathers' prophylactic license, circa 1950.
Another shot of my grandfather, outside of Neihart Drug in the 1940's.
Early 1900's rhubarb bottle from Neihart Drug.
My great grandfather's hip book of medical conditions and appropriate medications. Circa 1906.
Sloan's Liniment was evidently good for humans as well as horses.
Aloe bottle from the turn of the century (1900)
Cactus bottle from the early 1900's