What Caspar Wistar’s Story Tells Us About Our Own

A glass dog-shaped bottle, a schnapshund, from the Wistar Glass Works made during the mid-1700s. Credit: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Detail of a glass dog-shaped bottle made during the mid-1700s. Credit: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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  1. Avatar Dave+Hagenbuch says:

    It is always amazing what you two discover about the Hagenbuch family. It baffles me that you can find information from that long ago. Keep up the good work, it’s always good to read about the ancestors and what their lives entailed. Nothing boring here!!!!! Thanks again Andrew and Mark.

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