Author: George Griffenhagen
Publisher: American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
Year Published: 1980, 2010
Price: $20.00 ($12.00 for members)
Summary: This visual history traces the evolution of pharmacy practice from the 2nd century until the 1960s, with period paintings, woodcuts, engravings, and photographs.
Abstract: This visual history traces the evolution of pharmacy practice from the 2nd century until the 1960s, and features reproductions of 30 period paintings, woodcuts, engravings, and photographs. The exhibition, premiering at the 1996 American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA) Annual Meeting and Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee, was conceived and organized by APhA in cooperation with the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP), and was made possible by a grant from Parke-Davis, Division of Warner-Lambert Co.
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