C. T. Bass Papers
Manuscript Collection: MC049
C. T. Bass practiced pharmacy in San Marcos, Texas, during the years 1889-1890.
A prescription book (1889-1890) containing roughly 3100 prescriptions records the business transactions of druggist C. T. Bass in San Marcos, Texas. Written on C. T. Bass script by Dr. Atkinson, the prescriptions are glued to the pages of the book and contain the names of patients, dates, and drug formulations.
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[Identification of Item], C. T. Bass Papers, MC049, San Jacinto Museum of History, Houston, Texas.
Gift of C. T. Bass, 1942.
Processed by Sarah Canby Jackson, 2001.