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Further Readings About the History of Pharmacy

For further information on the objects and artifacts in the collections the following publications can be consulted. Many are available at the J.W. England Library.

LaWall 1933. La Wall, Charles and Millicent. “An interesting collection of apothecaries shelfware,” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 22 (4), pp. 334-345.

LaWall 1934. La Wall, Charles and Millicent. “An interesting collection of mortars,” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association 23 (6), pp. 570-581.

Liberti et al. 1980. Liberti, L., Coyle, G., and Der Marderosian, A. “Historical pharmaceutical exhibits at PCP&S,” Pharmacy in History 22 (3), pp. 115-118.

Lilly 1941. “Costelo Collection at P.C.P.&S.,” Tile and Till (Eli Lilly and Co.), March 1941, pp. 28-29.

Murals n.d.The murals in the foyer of PCP&S. Pamphlet printed by Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science, n.d.