Pharmacy in History Vol. 59 (2017)

Volume 59 – 2017

Pharmacy in History vol. 59, no. 4 (2017)

Contents:

We Remember Them: Pharmacy’s Fallen in World War Two—Navy and Marines, by Dennis B. Worthen

Research Notes & Departments:

The Bookshelf, edited by Michael A. Flannery

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

Have You Heard:

Report of 2017 AIHP Annual Business Meeting Webinar

  • Summary Minutes of AIHP Annual Business Meeting
  • Report of the President—AIHP Strategic Priorities, by William A. Zellmer
  • Report of the Secretary, by Robert A. Buerki
  • Report of the Treasurer, by Clarke Ridgway
  • Report of the Executive Director, by Gregory J. Higby

  • Pharmacy in History vol. 59, no. 3 (2017)

    Special Issue, 100 Years of Glenn Sonnedecker:

    Pharmaceutical Manufacturing in America: A Brief History, by Arthur Daemmrich

    100 Years of Glenn Sonnedecker

    Research Notes & Departments:

    Glenn Sonnedecker: A Brief Biography & A Bibliography of His Publications, by Holger Goetzendorff

    Jean Filliozat: Historian of Indian Pharmacy & Medicine, by Harkishan Singh

    George Urdang and the Founding of the German Society for the History of Pharmacy, by Holger Goetzendorff

    The Bookshelf, edited by Michael A. Flannery

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



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