|Missouri, St. Louis
Tom Fohrdes Pharmacy
Cass Ave. & Hogan St.
Hey there ? thanks so much for your bid!� Well, I wish I had more info. for you.� But I?m happy to share with you the little that I do
know.� I bought this at an estate sale here in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 27th. �It was the estate of Carlita Eckhardt.� That?s
all I know other than the info. you can find on her if you ?google? her name.� I do have one other very similar cup I bought at the same
sale that I?ll be listing soon.� It?s labeled, ?Tom Fohrde?s Pharmacy.?� I don?t know if you might also be interested in that one or
not.� But if you are ? I?ll be happy to combine shipping at a discounted rate if you win both items.� Sorry I couldn?t be of more help!
1899 Meyer Brothers druggist: Volume 20 -
Mr. Wm. If. Brammeier has resigned his
situation at Torn- fohrde's Pharmacy,
Hogan and Cass avenue, after eight years
of continual service.
"This dates the Fohrde's glass to as early
1893 Western druggist: Volume 15 - Page
St. Louis College of Pharmacy. — The
graduating; exercises were held April in
Memorial Hall, ... Charleston, Mo.; William H.
Saint Louis (Mo.) - 1908
LIST OF PHARMACISTS — Continued. Date
of Record. I No. of I Cert. Date of Certificate.
Hear, John H Bausch, Oscar FC. ... F
Bradley, Arthur H Brammeier,
"This does not agree with the statement below"
Carlita Marguerite Eckhardt, age 83 of Little Rock, departed this life Friday, January 30, 2004. She was born December 24, 1920 in
DeValls Bluff, AR to Grace (Byram) Hall and William Carroll Hall. Mrs. Eckhardt was retired from University of Arkansas Medical
Center where she was an accountant.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Sethel E. Eckhardt and two sisters, Lorraine Stinnett of Fayetteville and Wanda Hunt of
North Little Rock. She is survived by one son, Larry G. Eckhardt of Little Rock; one daughter, Cynthia K. Sullivan and husband Gerald
V. Sullivan of Little Rock; one sister, Rosemary DelGiorno of DeValls Bluff; her sister-in-law, Ruth Eckhardt of Little Rock; and her
nieces and nephews. She will also be greatly missed by her little black poodle "Peek-A-Boo".
Remembrance of Mrs. Eckhardt will be held 1:00 p.m. Tuesday at Ruebel Funeral Home Chapel on West Markham, with Rev. Floyd R.
Whatley officiating. Burial will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park, 2801 Asher Ave., Little Rock. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00
p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to Hospice Home Care of Little Rock, or Humane Society or your favorite