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ADDITIONALCOPIES OF A.I.H.P.

and teachersof theMatoryof
A newsletter,formember»
pharmacy, issued by the AmericanInstitute of the
Bldg.,Madison6, Wis.)
Historyof Pharmacy,(Chemistry

HISTORICAL CALENDARAVAILABLE

from
calendar are available
historical
Copies of the Institute's
at
$1
the headquarters office (356 Chemistry Bldg., Madison 6, Wis.)
Some members
each postpaid.
An order form accompanies this issue.
already have ordered a number of the pharmaceutical calendars for
Orders for single or
associates.
personal friends or professional
multiple copies will be filled in the order received as long as the
supply lasts.
The reaction received in the A.I.H.P.
office, after members
received their Christmas copy of the six-page calendar in full color
from Deventer,. Holland, suggests that the Institute should make this
an annual publication.
Therefore, between now and the fall of 1958/
the Institute office will accept reservations from those who wish to
or
associates
obtai; n the 1959 calendar in quantity for professional
for the membership of societies.
HISTORICAL ABSTRACTSFROMPAN-AMERICAN
SENT ON REQUEST
PROGRAM
Through the cooperation of the Secretariat. of the Fourth Pan- .
American Congress of Pharmacy and Biochemistry, the Institute will
supply without charge abstracts of historical
papers that were
presented at the Congress on November k and 6. For your copy send a
postal card request to the Institute office (356 Chemistry Bldg.,
Madison 6, Wis.) . George Griffenhagen of Washington, D. C, a member
of the Institute's
Council, served as Secretary General of the
Glenn Sonnedecker, Director of the A.I.H.P.,
Congress.
arranged the
with the
historical
program as Section Secretary, in collaboration
eminent historian of pharmacy from Argentina, Professor Francisco
An Institute memberand
Cignoli, Chairman of the Historical
Section,
occasional historical
writer, E. Fullerton Cook, known internationally
for his work as former chairman of the U. S. Pharmacopeia, was the
United States pharmacist selected for Honorary Membership in the
Fourth Congress.
The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy installed
an
exhibit at the Congress that gave to approximately • 1200 representatives
of 38 countries an impression of how historical
endeavors in pharmacy
have developed as a national and, particularly,
international
cooperative movement. .

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A, IriVITES HISTORICAL PAPERS FOR SECTION MEETING

Alex Berxnan invites historical
Pharmacist-historian
writers in pharmacy to present papers at the annual sessions
of the Section on Historical
Pharmacy of the American
to be held during the Los Angeles
Pharmaceutical
Association,
To assure a place on the
convention,
April 20 to 26, 1958.
of
and abstract
program, Chairman Barman urges that the title
the
a historical
paper be sent before February 1, 1958, to
Curator,
of
the Section:
'Secretary
George Griffenhagen,
Smithsonian Institution,
Division
of Medical Sciences,
D„
C.
Washington, 25/
GERMANPHARMACEUTICALCALENDAR MfcYBE ORDERED FROM A.I.H.P.and explanatory
pictures
Thirty-eight
pages of historical
and
an interesting
calendar
text make the German pharmaceutical
room. Copies may
useful adjunct to the office or prescription
office
the
Institute
be ordered at $2 each postpaid
through
form
An order
Madison 6# Wis.).
accompanies
(356 Chemistry Blag.,
this issue for your convenience.
an
We consider the German calendar
for pharmacists
a
conversation
excellent
historical
value, which will remain
after I958 is over.
piece and library treasure
Concise historical
(in German) accompany the
essays
which have been
black and white illustrations,
thirty-eight
from the cultural
selected
history of pharmacy by the editor
Wolfgang Hagen Hein of Frankfurt a/M. Dr. Hein enhances the
of
reference value of the calendar by giving us the location
the original
the exact size of the original,
object pictured,
and usually one or more literature
references .
WHOHAS AMERICAN COLLECTIONS ,OF WEIGHTS AND BALANCES?
book on weights and balances,
with special
A. historical
is being writton by Bruno
reference to pharmaceutical
weights,
in this
collection
Kisch, M. D., curator of Yale University's
field « Dr. Kisch invites
the cooperation
of readers of A. I.H.P.
Note s in locating
American collections
of weights and balances
that were intended to weigh either drugs or gold.
Members are
information about such collections,
urged to send descriptive
however modest, to:
Dr. Bruno Kisch, 845 West End Avenue, New
York 25, N. Y. The Institute
office
(356 Chemistry Bldg,,
Madison 6, Wise) would appreciate
for its reference
receiving
a copy of any information sent to Dr. Kisch.
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3.
ILLUSTRATEDGUIDE TO BOOKEXHIBIT FREE ON REQUEST
An illustrated
guide (30 pp.) to an unusual book exhibit,
"Pharmacy Through Four Centuries, " may be obtained by postal card
request to the School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin,
Madison 6, Wisconsin.
exhibition at the main
This historical
of
the
the
first
in a series of events
was
library
University
commemoratingthe 75th anniversary of the founding of the School
of Pharmacy in 1883.
Samuel A. I ves, Curator of Rare Books, and Glenn
Sonnedecke:' Professor of the History of Pharmacy at the
University, planned the exhibit and wrote the printed guide.
This is believed to be the first major book show of
in the United States since George Urdang
pharmaceutical rarities
presented "The Scope of Pharmacy, an Exhibit11 on the occasion of
the organization of the American Institute of the History of
Pharmacy nearly seventeen years ago (19^1) . A detailed catalog
subsequently was published (Amer. J. Pharm. Educ, IX, No. 4,
19^5; reprinted as a booklet) .
The importance consistently attached at the University of
Wisconsin to building the collection
of pharmaceutical literature
over the decades has produced remarkable library resources,
historical
as well as contemporary. These resources have played
a major role in the services of the American Institute of the
History of Pharmacy, v/hich has its headquarters office nearby.
PACKAGEDMEDICINES OF lQth CENTURYWANTED
The State Historical
Society of Wisconsin appeals for
packaged medicines dating from the late 19th century. The
Society has under «reconstruction its drugstore restoration,
which now becomes one of its main exhibits on the first floor
of the Society's building.
Packaged medicines as a gift or permanent loan will be
especially
members are urged also
appreciated, although A.I.H.P.
to query the Society if they have other drugstore items from the
19th century.
(816 State St., Madison 6, Wis.; Attention,
John W. Winn)
The Wisconsin restoration,
representing the period 1848
to 1898, was brought together under the leadership of Edward
Kremers, Director of the University of Wisconsin's pharmacy
department and historian of pharmacy in his own right.
The
incumbent professor of the history of pharmacy at Wisconsin and new Director of the A.I.H.P.,
Glenn Sonnedecker - serves as
advisor to the State Historial Society in the remodeling of the
pharmacy exhibit.

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Two members of the Institute
already have responded
John
generously to the need for 19th-century drug packages:
C. Helenore of New York City and Samuel Aker of Albany, N. Y.
NEW COMMITTEE STRUCTURE BROADENS A.LH.P,

WORK

into the
more actively
.To bring members of the Institute
a
committee
and
of
the
Institute
its
activities,
development
On the initiative
structure has been set up for the fi.rst time.
of President George Bender the following committees were
or to develop new
appointed either to guide specific
projects
and
services:
projects
Committee on Planning;
Glenn Sonnedecker, Chairman, of
Madison, Wis.; George A. Bender of Detroit,
Mich.; Ernst W.
Stieb of Madison, Wis*; Arthur H. Uhi of Madison, Wis.
Committee on Kômber.ship : Robert L. Swain, Chairman, of
New York, N. Y. ; P. H. Costello,
of Chicago,
111.; Don E.
Francke of Ann Arbor, Mich.; Jack B. Heinz of Salt Lake City,
Utah; Carl Johnson of Detroit,
Mich.; Harry Kimbriel of New
Max
Y.
N.
of
N.
;
York,
Milwaukee, Wis.; George E.
Lemberger
•
Osborn of Kingston, R. I.
Coraraittee on Finance;
Charles R. Walgreen, Jr.,
Chairman, of Chicago, 111.; Kenneth A. Bonham of New York,
No Y. ; George B. Burrus of Washington, D. C;
Theodore G.
Klumpp of New York, N. Y. ; Hugo H. Schaefer of Yonkers, N. Y.
Committee on Visual Education;
Benjamin A. Smith,
of Ann Arbor,
of
Alex
Berman
Chairman,
Ind.;
Indianapolis,
Mich. ; lavivi h'
New Brunswick, N. J. ; J. Hampton
C^-'^of
Koch of Charleston,
S. C.
Committee on Exhibits;
Chairman,
George B. Griffenhagen,
of Washington, D. C;
Norman H. Franke of Auburn, Ala.;
Wayne
B. Westrope of Geneva, 111.; H. George Wolfe of Jackson
Heights, N. Y.
Committee- on Administration
of the Ur.dang M£dal ; Louis
W. Busse, Chairman, of Madison, Wis.; William Owen Hays of
Md.
Columbus, Ohio; Miss Ursula Heyer of Baltimore,
Coirmittee on Kremers Memorial Fund;
Lloyd M. Parks,
Chairman, of Columbus, 0.; Glenn Jenkins of West Lafayette,
Ind.; Arthur H. Uhi of Madison, Wis.
all collaborating
committees.
Initially
groups are special
It is expected that after some experience
the membership will
revise the scope and number of the groups and give to some the
permanency of Standing Committees.

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5PAN-AMERICANCONGRESS OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICIHE
A Section on the History of Pharmacy will be included in
the program when the first Pan-American Congress of the History
of Medicine convenes in Rio de Janeiro, April 12 to 20, 1958.
An announcement and cordial
for the American
invitation
has been
Institute
of the History of Pharmacy to participate
of
received
from Professor Ivolino
de Vasconcellos,
president
the forthcoming Congress.
of the
Interested
members may address the Secretariat
The Congress
Congress at Rua Mexico l64, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
is being convoked under the patronage of the Instituto
de Histeria
Brasileiro
da Medicina and of the Federacelo
Nacional
de Historia
Afins.
da Medicina e Ciencias
LOWER PRICE SCHEDULE ANNOUNCEDFOR HISTORICAL SLIDE-LECTURE
The slide-lecture
"Evolution
of the Drugstore, " prepared
of the History of Pharmacy
jointly
by the American Institute
and the Smithsonian Institution,
and meaningful
is a colorful
means for pharmacists
to present a segment of pharmaceutical
to
It also
their local professional
or service clubs.
history
hp.s been used at schools of pharmacy, in connection with courses
in the history of pharmacy.
to
The popularity
of the slide-lecture
makes it possible
offer a reduced price schedule on the set in keeping with more
economical production:
Non-Members
Members
set (title
13-slide
2 x 2" slides)

and 12 Hand-colored

Rental ♦. .

Sale./

no charge

$5 . 00

$3.75

$8.75

set (includes
25-slide
caption for each
of 12 slides;
intended for use in
automatic projector)
Sale
12 captions

t .$10.00

$15-00

alone
Sale

7.50

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$12.50

G.

VERDOORNRETURMSTO UTRECHT? CHRONICA BOTANICA STAYS IN USA
íha biohistorical
research program and documentation
center developed by Frans Verdoorn over the years is being
transferred to a ne~v Biohistcrical
of the University
Institute
of Utrecht.
Thus, after many years in Waltham, Mass,, Dr. and
Mrs, Verdoorn return to their alma mater in the Netherlands,
where they may be addressed^
of the
Institute
Biohistorical
.
187 Nieuwe Gracht, Utrecht.
University,
Members of the American Institute
of the History of
will
remember
Verdoorn
contribution
's
Dr.
Pharmacy
stimulating
to the Institute's
10th Anniversary Conference (Madison, 1951) •
In it he espoused his ideas concerning the development of
for the history of science
institutions
in general and for its
"institutions
of the type," Dr. Verdoorn
branches,
•special
for the History of pharmacy."
said, "as this splendid institute
• {In "The History of the Application
of Science
in the Health
also
Amer
J
Pharm
.
.
. Educ . , I5
Field,11 Madison, Wis.* 1951?

(I95I),

343-3^8).

The new institute
that Dr. Verdoorn himself is setting
will
deal
with
the
historical
and other humanistic
cultural,
up
and related aspects of the pure and applied
life sciences,
witb
some special
attention
to his first love, the plant sciences.
The work will be centered in a building bordering on the
Utrecht Hortus Botanicus.
Dr, Verdoorn will continue to edit Biologia,
as an
international
series of biohistorical
memoirs and will continue
to operate the Secretariat
of the International
Biohistorical
His productive publication
Commission,
program designated
"Chronica Botanica" will be left in the United States,
for the
most part, with the Ronald Press Co. of New York.
JOINT MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE IN CANADIANACADEMY
between the Canadian Academy
Symbolic of the collaboration
in the
of the History of Pharmacy and its older counterpart
United States,
the Institute
again joins in offering membership
in both societies
at a reduced rate.
A.I.H.P.
members, who
a
receive
dues
soon will
notice,
I958
may send the joint
office.
membership fee of $8 to the Institute
+ + + + + + +

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