Gregory Bond, “‘Yet in All This Library There is Scarcely a Reference to the Negro in Pharmacy:’ The University of Wisconsin’s Leo Butts, Pioneering Historian of African-American Pharmacists,” Pharmacy in History vol. 59, Nos. 1&2 (2017): 34-46.
Gregory Bond, “Recovering and Expanding Mozella Esther Lewis’s Pioneering History of African-American Pharmacy Students, 1870-1925,” Pharmacy in History vol. 58, Nos. 1&2 (2016): 3-23.
Gregory Bond, “Leo Butts, UW Pharmacy Pioneer” [website], 2016.
Beth began her museum career at the Detroit Institute of Arts and then the Kohl Children’s Museum in Wilmette, IL. Beth moved to Washington, D.C. to attend graduate school, and she interned at the National Museum of American History registrar’s office.
Beth earned a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Michigan and a Master’s in Museum Studies at George Washington University.
Beth has served on the boards of the Wisconsin Federation of Museums and the University of Wisconsin Geology Museum.
Beth authored A Guide to Pharmacy Museums and Historical Collections in the United States and Canada (now online). She also maintains the AIHP collections as well as the exhibits in the UW School of Pharmacy.
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