American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
Elegant advertisement for New York Quinine and Chemical Works, in the early 20th century.
AIHP Program @ APhA 2013, Los Angeles
"Professional Decision-Making in Today's Pharmacy Practice: The Question of Choice," with speakers David Brushwood, Daniel Hussar, and Michael Manolakis takes place from 1-3 pm at the Los Angeles Convention Center, rm. 403, on Monday, 4 March 2013.
At the Exposition Hall at APhA 2013 look for the Colonial Drug at Heritage Square Booth (#801), to learn more about the museum recently featured in Pharmacy in History.
AIHP members are invited to attend the Wisconsin Reception, at the Marriott Hotel, 900 West Olympic Blvd., on Sunday, 3 March, from 5 to 7 pm.
In 1954, pharmacist Frank Pinchak of Paterson, New Jersey, developed a series of 34 public relations displays for drugstore front windows. As new laws and regulations of the mid-1950s restricted the professional scope of community pharmacy practice to routine prescription filling, public relations campaigns like Pinchak's stressed the role of pharmacists for properly dispensing powerful new drugs.
Save your place in the history of pharmacy. Fill out a biographical questionnaire that will be preserved in the AIHP Kremers Reference Files.
Books are Great Gifts!
Think about sending books or calendars to your favorite pharmacist or collector. Some suggestions to consider:
- History of Drug Containers and Their Labels (which can be purchased by mail from AIHP or online from Amazon.com)
- Drugstore Memories (also available from Amazon.com)
- The Inside Story of Medicines (also available for online purchase from Amazon.com)
- 2012 AIHP Pharmaco-Historical Calendar (only available from AIHP)
- **All these publications are also available from AIHP directly by sending the filled-out order form.
The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is a non-profit national organization devoted to advancing knowledge and understanding of the place of pharmacy in history.
The mission of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy is to contribute to the understanding of the development of civilization by fostering the creation, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge concerning the history and related humanistic aspects of the pharmaceutical field.
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