Mrs. Stewart's Liquid Bluing
Maker and role
Luther Ford & Co., Manufacturer
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Glass, cork, paper, wood
6 x 2 1/2" (15.2 x 6.4cm)
Mrs. Stewart’s bluing was a product to add whiteness to washed clothing. This formula was produced around 1883 by a Mr. Stewart, who named the product “Mrs. Stewart” because he thought it would sell better if he included a woman’s image on the bottle.
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