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Fred Albert Quilling, as a Pharmacist



Fred Albert Quilling, as a Pharmacist
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Title: Fred Albert Quilling, as a Pharmacist
Description: Fred Albert Quilling, member of the Menomonie High School class of 1905, depicted as a pharmacist, holding a large mortar and pestle. Part of a yearbook created by classmate Albert Hansen, based on a class prophecy theme.

Image ID: 7939
Creation
Date:
1905 
Creator
Name:
Hansen, Albert
City, State: Menomonie, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Hansen, Albert, 1886-1979 : Papers, 1899-1980
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Page 54 of 70. Prophecy on page 53 reads, "From a love of mixing things in Chemistry Fritz Quilling has developed the art of throwing drugs of every kind together to make a medicine which is warranted to kill or cure. He acts as his own salesman, travelling [sic] through the country, advertising extensively and occasionally selling a box of his famous medicine." For Fred Albert Quilling, the prophecy couldn't have been more accurate. After high school, he apprenticed with a local drugstore and graduated from Northwestern University in 1910. In the 1920s, he returned to Menomonie, where he and partner Louis Ehrhard operated a drugstore at 300 Main St. for many years. A father of five and grandfather of eleven, he died in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1963. Information about Fred Albert Quilling has been researched through local newspaper articles and his obituary.
Subjects: Students
Medicine
Men
Portrait photography
 

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