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The First century of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1821-1921

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  The Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, now the University of the Sciences is gearing up for its bicentennial. After years of collecting things related to the science and business of pharmacology, the university is not quite sure what it has and . The First Century of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, (Philadelphia: College of Pharmacy, ). See also chapter five, "Drugs and Chemicals," in Edwin T. Freedley, A Treatise on the Principal Trades and Manufactures of the United States (Philadelphia: Edward Young, ):

Henry Troth (), along with druggist Peter K. Lehman and others founded the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, the first pharmacy college in the United States, and served for thirteen years as its Vice-President and for many years was chairman of its Board of Trustees. Today, the college is known as the Philadelphia University of the. -The Philadelphia College of PharmacyThe first American Association of Pharmacists ()Goal was to improve the practice of pharmacy and to challenge University of Pennsylvania granting of master of pharmacy degree to 'deserving apothecaries'-The American Medical Association ()-The American Pharmaceutical Association ().

  First Hospital in Colonial America Colonial America's first hospital (Pennsylvania) was established in Philadelphia in ; the first Hospital Pharmacy began operations there in , temporarily set up in the Kinsey house, which served until the first hospital building was completed. The first century of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, pp. –Born: , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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