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George Washington and James Monroe were early patrons of the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Shop, as was Martha Washington, Nelly Custis and Robert E. Lee. The oldest in the nation, the apothecary shop opened for business in 1792 and survived the War of 1812, the 1821 yellow fever epidemic, the Civi from washingtonpost.com
Surviving the War of 1812, the 1821 Yellow Fever Epidemic, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War of 1898, and World War I, this apothecary, started by Quaker Edward Stabler, has stood in the same location and has been largely unaltered since 1972. It has served the likes of George Washington and from atlasobscura.com
Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum was established in 1792 and has been in operation as a museum since 1939. Price for tickets are $5 for adults and children 5-12 are $3. Children under 5 years of age get in for free. Inside you will be able to see original bottles and supplies used during the... from patch.com
Founded in 1792, the Stabler Leadbeater pharmacy operated on this site for 141 years serving many early patriots. The shop is a unique reminder of the period when manufacturing, wholesaling, and dispensing of medicines were combined as a single enterprise of pharmacists in urban centers. from hmdb.org