The legacy of Henry Moore

To add some color to today’s Fitz’s Stockton about a local “Johnny Oliveseed,” a couple labels from the pharmacy of Henry Moore.

Here’s an ad touting some of the wonderful things Moore’s elixirs could do.

And here are some of the trees Moore planted, covering the land outside Valley Springs.

Not a bad legacy.

Images courtesy The Haggin Museum.


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