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"The Pharmacopeia and the Physician"

Date: June 07 1937
Description: View of a U.S. Pharmacopeia exhibit titled: "The Pharmacopeia and the Physician", at the American Medical Association conference. The informational display...
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Digitalis Exhibit

Date: May 15 1935
Description: View of a U.S. Pharmacopeia Exhibit about a class of medications called 'digitalis' at the annual Philadelphia on Parade. Digitalis medicines are used to i...
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U.S. Pharmacopeia Exhibit

Date: October 10 1937
Description: View of the U.S. Pharmacopeia's exhibit at the 1937 meeting of the American Medical Association. The exhibit highlights various advancements in drug treatm...
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U.S. Pharmacopeia Exhibit

Date: 1928
Description: View of the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention's exhibit at the 1928 American Medical Association Convention, prepared and conducted by the College of Pharmacy...
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"The New U.S. Pharmacopeia XII"

Date: June 1942
Description: View of the U.S. Pharmacopeia's exhibit at the American Medical Association's 1942 Conference in Atlantic City, detailing the revisions and additions of va...
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Pharmacopeial Revision

Date: May 05 1937
Description: View of an educational exhibit set up under the auspices of George Beal, for the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention, at the dedication of the Mellon Institute.
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"Prescribe U.S.P. Therapeutic Agents" Exhibit

Date: 1931
Description: View of an U.S. Pharmacopeia exhibit at the 1931 American Medical Association Conference. The exhibit showcases hypnotics, digitalis, analgesics, and iodin...
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"The Pharmacopeia is for Educated Men.." Exhibit

Date: May 1936
Description: A view of the U.S. Pharmacopeia's exhibit at the American Medical Association's 1931 Conference in Kansas City. The exhibit includes printed reference mate...

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