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candies, sugar, mint, James Low, confections, belly-guts


A short, handwritten set of notes from a scrapbook at the Lancaster County Historical Society, compiled by Alfred L. Shoemaker, circa 1950. Within, a reference is made to various candies available for sale at a local confectionery.

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Packet 759-17


Marrieta Scrapbook at LaCHS

Page 22

Barring out the schoolmaster

Page 29 - A. B. Grosh remin.

“James Law - James Low,”: … James Low … "colonel, whose wife kept a domestic confectionary on back street, in which 'Mosey sugar, Bull's-eyes, and another not nameable to delicate modern ears, figured along with ‘mint stick’, ‘barley sugar’, ‘lemon candy’, 'mint drops,' etc, etc.



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Notes From the Marietta Scrapbook at the Lancaster County Historical Society



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