Pharmacy in History Vol. 58 (2016)

Volume 58 – 2016


Pharmacy in History vol. 58, nos. 1&2 (2016)

Contents:

Recovering and Expanding Mozella Esther Lewis’s Pioneering History of African-American Pharmacy Students, 1870-1925, by Gregory Bond

Historical Reprint: History of the Negro in Pharmacy, by Mozella E. Lewis

Research Notes & Departments

Development and Use of a Video about the History of Pharmacy: The Case of Quebec, by Jean-François Bussières, Denis Lebel, Adrian Maxim, Lorine de Prémonville, Nancy Marando, Pierre-André Savard

From the Files, edited by Beth D. Fisher
Edward Kremers (1865-1941) Reformer of American Pharmaceutical Education, by George Urdang

The Bookshelf, edited by Michael A. Flannery
Phi Delta Chi: A Tradition of Leaders in Pharmacy by J. D. Grabenstein, ed.
Review by: Dennis B. Worthen

Dissertations in the History of Pharmacy, Selected and Abstracted by Jonathan Erlen

Advancing knowledge and understanding of the history of pharmacy and medicines.
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