Group of items related to the Storck family of Buffalo, New York: Dr. Edward Storck (b. 1831), his son Dr. Eugene Storck (b. 1855) and his grandson Dr. Edward R. Storck (b. 1881). Includes a stenciled tin box with label for H. H. Breckon, Pharmacist, Buffalo NY and hand written name E.R. Storck, containing two cases of glass medicine or pharmacy vials, some labeled, each leather case marked Lilly; a set of four graduated silverplated cups marked Germany, in leather case; and a cobalt glass slide in leather pouch. Lot also includes a certificate from the Buffalo Surgical Society naming Dr. Edward R. Storck as a fellow (1924); 6" diameter Victorian lithographed portrait button, probably of Dr. Eugene Storck; an oval framed carte-de-visite of a little boy with lock of hair, subject identified en verso as Eugene Storck, b. 1855 and dated 7 years 9 months and 2 days Buffalo November 7th 1862, and a 1/6 plate ambrotype portrait of a woman and child, believed to be Mrs. Lucy Storck, wife of Dr. Edward Storck, with their son Eugene Storck. Box measures 3" x 10" x 5". Provenance: estate of Margaret Storck Hart, Buffalo, NY. Condition: All items in overall good condition with expected wear.
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