College of Pharmacy papers and prints

Descriptive Summary

Title
College of Pharmacy papers and prints
Date
1921-1985
Extent
5.37 Cubic feet
Subjects
Women college students--Kentucky--Lexington.
Arrangement
This collection is arranged in twenty series: I. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy II. American Council on Pharmaceutical Education III. Classes IV. Clinical Pharmacy Development V. Clippings VI. Conventions VII. Correspondence VIII. Development IX. East Kentucky Health Systems, Inc. X. Evaluations XI. Faculty Senate XII. Honors Day XIII. Photographic Negatives XIV. Photographic Prints XV. Publications XVI. Reports XVII. Ring of Hygeia XVIII. Society of Sigma Xi XIX. Slone, Earl P. XX. Yearbooks
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Processed by Tracey Mania and Erica Rumley in July 2007 under the supervision of Nancy DeMarcus, University Records Manager; machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig
Preferred Citation
0000UA159: [identification of item], College of Pharmacy papers and prints, University of Kentucky Archives.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy was organized in 1870 and chartered in 1873 as the Louisville College of Pharmacy. This was an independent institution of higher education which wasn't affiliated with the University of Louisville. The College became a division of the University of Kentucky in 1947, and later part of the UK Chandler Medical Center in 1966.
Earl P. Slone was a professor at the Louisville College of Pharmacy when this institution transferred to the University of Kentucky. Dr. Slone helped with the transition and was named the Dean of the College of Pharmacy in 1949. He retained this position until his retirement in 1965.
Beginning in 1966, Dean Joseph V. Swintosky led an era of expansion and program development. The college attracted nationally recognized faculty, added the doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) and of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree programs, pharmacy practice residencies, clinical service programs, a program for postdoctoral scholars, and the Center for Pharmaceutical Science and Technology
In 2007, the College of Pharmacy continues to thrive and grow, maintaining its place among the Top Ten pharmacy programs in the United States.
Scope and Content
The College of Pharmacy papers and prints collection contains correspondence pertaining to the college honorary fraternity and the business of the college, clippings, reports, photographic prints, plans / blueprints, and teaching materials. Materials from a women's honorary fraternity named the Ring of Hygeia (1967 & 1985) is also included in this collection.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections and Digital Programs.

Contents of the Collection

Slone, Earl P.

Certificates

Certificate. 17 inches by 14 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is a registered pharmacist in the state of Indiana. The certificate was given by the Indiana Board of Pharmacy undated

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Certificate. 17 inches by 14 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is a registered pharmacist in the state of Indiana. The certificate was given by the Indiana Board of Pharmacy 1929, July 1

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Certificate. 14 inches by 11 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is a registered pharmacist in the state of Kentucky. The certificate was given by the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy 1935, July 19

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Certificate. 17 inches by 14 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is a registered pharmacist in the state of Florida. The certificate was given by the Florida Board of Pharmacy 1945, January 10

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Certificate. 14 1 / 2 inches by 10 1 / 2 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is commissioned a Kentucky Colonel. The certificate was awarded by Governor Lawrence W. Wetherby 1955, November 4

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Certificate. 15 inches by 10 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone is commissioned a Kentucky Colonel. The certificate was awarded by Governor Bert Combs 1963, September 18

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Certificate. 13 inches by 10 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone was initiated into the Alpha Beta Chapter of the Phi Delta Chi Fraternity 1923, March 30

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Certificate. 14 inches by 11 inches. A certificate which certifies that Earl P. Slone was initiated as an honorary member of the Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternity 1948, February 22

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Certificate. 14 inches by 11 inches. A certificate which proclaims Earl P. Slone the 1958 Man of the Year in Pharmacy. The certificate was given by the Louisville Alumni Chapter of the Alpha Zeta Omega Fraternity 1958, April 27

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This folder contains a wood-mounted certificate from The University of Louisville and the State Board of Health of Kentucky School of Public Health certifying that Earl P. Slone has completed the Course in Laboratory Techniques 1926

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This folder contains a 1938 certificate certifying that Slone has been elected as a Member of the American Public Health Association; A Pharmacist's Renewal License issued by the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy, 1949; A certificate certiying that Slone has been elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1949; A memento certificate of the 100th anniversary ceremonies of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 1952; A certificate certifying that Slone has been initiated as an active member of Alpha Xi Chapter (at UK) of the Rho Chi Society, 1954; A Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity certificate from the 28th Biennial Council, 1961; An Active Member for Life certificate from the American Pharmaceutical Association, 1963; A Phi Delta Chi Fraternity initiation certificate from 1968; A certificate recognizing his participation in the Pharmacy Centennial Seminar at UK, 1970; A certificate conferring membership in the Half Century Club for 50 years of loyalty to UK, 1973…

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Correspondence (American Council on Pharmaceutical Education)

This folder contains correspondence from Earl P. Slone to P.H. Costello and Melvin W. Green, as well as to Earl P. Slone from P.H. Costello and Melvin W. Green 1949, June 29 - 1956, November 28

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This folder contains correspondence from Earl P. Slone to George A. Bender, Walter R. Brinkman, Ben F. Leach, R. V. Taylor, Marge De Santis, Louisville Provision Co., Ind., E. John Larson, Maple Moores, and R.B. Mull; as well as to Slone from Walter R. Brinkman, George A. Bender, Ben F. Leach, George M. Scattergood, Lee Sprowles, R.V. Taylor, E. John Larson, B. R. Mull, C.W. Wakefield, Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, Dorothy Linville, and Paul S. Heckert 1950, April 4 - 1950, December 16

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This folder contains correspondence from Earl P. Slone to Paul S. Heckert, Lee Sprowles, George M. Scattergood, Paul T. Rees, C. Murray McDowell, Dorothy Linville, Sidney Weil, Ben F. Leach, Edwin W. Frazer, George A. Bender, B.R. Mull, Mary Page Milton, Edward W. Brady, Walter R. Brinkman, and Lee Sprowles, as well as to Slone from Roy S. Zachary, Sidney Weil Irving Rubin, Paul T. Rees, John J. Mulcahey, Ben F. Leach, George A. Bender, B.R. Mull, Mack Pub. Co., Lehn & Fink Products Corp., Edward W. Brady, Lee Sprowles, J.S. Steiner (Mallinckrodt Chemical Works), Walter R. Brinkman, and M.K. Gordon 1949, July 13 - 1950, March 29

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This folder contains correspondence from Earl P. Slone to M.K. Gordon, J.S. Steiner (Mallinckrodt Chem. Works), V.B. Tucker, Lee Sprowles, Frank D. Peterson, Cyrns S. Fleck, Philip H. Van Itallie, Irving Rubin, Dorothy Linville, Gil Cooper, W.K. Feustel, Arthur D. Ball, A.H. White, R.W. Bjork, Walter R. Brinkman, Benjamin A. Smith, Merck & Co., Inc., Donald T. Meredith, R.D. Waye, M.C. Case, George E. Halvin, Mrs. J.J. Goodwin, and Fredreick J. Cullen; as well as to Slone from Maurice Kirby Gondey, Benj. A. Smith, J.S. Steiner, V.B. Tucker, Irving Rubin, Philip H. Van Itallie, Gil Cooper, W.K. Feustel, A. H. White, Arthur D. Ball, R.W. Bjork, Walter R. Brinkman, Maple Moores, Lee Sprowles, Lucille Newton, Mary Queen Cunningham, Donald T. Meredith, Dorothy Linville, R.D. Waye, M.C. Case, R.L. Tuthill, Frederick J. Cullen, and George E. Halvin 1951, January 15 - 1951, November 21

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This folder contains letters from Slone to Wyman Guin, George M. Scattergood, G.B. Griffenhagen, Maple Moores, Victor P. Strite, R.G. Keller, Roy Minet, A.H. White, Sharpe and Dohme, J.J. Mulcahey, Robert Arndt, William Dubro, Robert P. Fischelis, J.B. Miller, R.L. Tuthill, C.M. Simon, Dorothy Linville, Mary Page Milton, Dinny Robb, and Mallinckredt Chemical Works; as well as to Slone from R.L. Tuthill, Wyman Guin, Gil Cooper, George M. Scattergood, William Hausberg, G.B. Griffenhagen, Victor P. Strite, R.G. Keller, Roy Minet, A.H. White, Robert Arndt, William Dubro, J.J. Mulcahey, J.B. Miller, Joseph T. Orchard, Dorothy Linville, R.L. Tuthill, Robert L. Swain, and Dinny Robb 1951, November 17 - 1952, December 29

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This folder contains letters from Slone to E.F. Swanezy, Virginia Hudgins, Dorothy Linville, J. Paul Folsom, Donald T. Meredith, H.R. Johnson, Irving Rubin, George M. Scattergood, Maple Moores, J.W. Hunt, A.H. White, Marge DeSantis, Hatton B. Rogers, Jr., R.A. Schloessman, R.G. Keller, B.R. Mull, J.B. Miller, R.L. Tuthill, J.W. Lansdowne, Robert D. Wilcox, Marge DeSantis,and Irwin W. Grote; as well as to Slone from Marge DeSantis, E.F. Swanezy, Donald T. Meredith, J. Paul Folsom, George M. Scattergood, B.R. Mull, Irving Rubin, H.R. Johnson, Maple Moores, J.W. Hunt, A.H. White, Hatton B. Rogers, Jr., R.A. Schloessman, J.W. Lansdowne, R.G. Keller, Charles D. Sisley, J.B. Miller, R.L. Tuthill, Eleanor Diehl, Robert D. Wilcox, and Irwin W. Grote 1953, January 7 - 1955, October 5

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This folder contains letters from Slone to J.W. Lansdowne, R.G. Keller, Everett Bond, J.B. Miller, A. H. White, Paul T. Rees, Merck and Co., Inc., Lillias Crosbie, Robert L. Swain, R.G. Schloesser, Howard A. Prentice, Joseph J. Geagan, Howell Stewart, John C. Smith, J.H. Howe, and Robert B. Mackall, as well as to Slone from Joseph J. Geagan, R.G. Keller, Everett Bond, Newell Stewart, Lillias Crosbie, J.B. Miller, A.H. White, Robert L. Swain, R.G. Schloesser, J.W. Lansdowne, Howard A. Prentice, F.M. Burnett, Maple Moores, J.H. Howe, John C. Smith, Robert B. Mackall, and M.A. Chambers; one letter is from Catherin C. Pardee to R.G. Schloesser 1955, October 13 - 1957, December 11

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Diplomas

Certificate. 20 inches by 16 inches. A diploma which certifies that Earl P. Slone graduated from Louisville Male High School 1921, June 15

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Certificate. 16 1 / 2 inches by 13 1 / 2 inches. A diploma which certifies that Earl P. Slone graduated from the Louisville College of Pharmacy with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 1945, February 8

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Certificate. 12 inches by 10 inches. A diploma which certifies that Earl P. Slone graduated from Columbia University with a degree Master of Arts 1951, December 19

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This folder contains a diploma from Western Kentucky State Teachers College conferring a Bachelor of Science degree on Slone 1945

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Photographic Prints

Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1968 University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. The people pictured are Norman F. Billups, Louis Diamond, George A. Digenis, Lewis W. Dittert, James T. Doluisio, Richard M. Doughty, Ira S. Fink, Arthur C. Glasser, Howard Hopkins, Harry B. Kostenbauder, Charles T. Lesshafft Jr., Mark M. Luckens, Edward O. Magarian, Paul F. Parker, Joseph V. Swintosky (Dean), George E. Depew (President), James R. Parker (Vice President), Peggy A. Herndon (Secretary), Richard S. Lacefield (Treasurer), Milton J. Kornet (Faculty Advisor), Earl P. Slone, Charles A. Walton, William C. Bellew, Archie M. Bennett Jr., John W. Bennett, Ronald A. Bernard, Robert K. Bishop, John A. Clark, Ronald D. Cobb, William C. Collins, Carl W. Cruse, Donald R. Fields, Susan B. Frazer, David H. Friedman, Robert P. Hager Jr., Sharon K. Higginson, Stuart H. Kaminsky, Charles P. Kluesner, John C. Lawson, Melvin E. Liter, Karen L. May…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1973 members of Kappa Psi at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Professor Richard Doughty (Grand Council Deputy), Tim Pence, Paul D. Mangino (Historian), Jim D. Harned (Secretary), Eward R. Leist (Regent), Michael K. Chesnut (Vice Regent), John B. Evans III (Treasurer), Garry R. Hardy (Chaplain), Thomas T. Manley, Cathy Riney (Sweetheart), Mark D. McMillon, James P. Fenwick, William G. Byrd, Michael D. Adams, George D. Shaefer, Kenneth E. Record, Dan M. Daffron, Raymond B. O'Reilly, William E. Adams Jr., Steve M. Cowne, Michael L. Binion, William R. Brown, Stephen L. Dawkins, Christopher Chambers, Robert P. Yowler II, Thomas H. Leach, James E. Garrett, Dale R. Godby, Robert J. Clement, Randy M. Gaither, Steve W. Compton, David R. Stultz, James A. Pettus, James R. Castle Jr., Steven D. Mallory, Douglas D. Droz, Kenneth R. Shaw, Woody S. Irwin, Ershal Harrision, William W…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1973 members of Kappa Psi at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Professor Richard Doughty (Grand Council Deputy), Tim Pence, Paul D. Mangino (Historian), Jim D. Harned (Secretary), Eward R. Leist (Regent), Michael K. Chesnut (Vice Regent), John B. Evans III (Treasurer), Garry R. Hardy (Chaplain), Thomas T. Manley, Cathy Riney (Sweetheart), Mark D. McMillon, James P. Fenwick, William G. Byrd, Michael D. Adams, George D. Shaefer, Kenneth E. Record, Dan M. Daffron, Raymond B. O'Reilly, William E. Adams Jr., Steve M. Cowne, Michael L. Binion, William R. Brown, Stephen L. Dawkins, Christopher Chambers, Robert P. Yowler II, Thomas H. Leach, James E. Garrett, Dale R. Godby, Robert J. Clement, Randy M. Gaither, Steve W. Compton, David R. Stultz, James A. Pettus, James R. Castle Jr., Steven D. Mallory, Douglas D. Droz, Kenneth R. Shaw, Woody S. Irwin, Ershal Harrision, William W…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1974 members of Kappa Psi at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Woody Irwin, Kenneth R. Shaw, Steven D. Mallory, Richard J. Fleck (Treasurer), Thomas Ordemann (Vice Regent), Vaughan W. Payne (Regent), Ershal Harrison (Secretary), James R. Castle Jr. (Historian), Robert J. Clement, Douglas D. Droz, James E. Garrett, Jerry D. Judd, Darrell C. Perry, David R. Stultz, Marilyn J. Howard (Sweetheart), Professor Richard Doughty (Advisor), Steve W. Compton, Thomas H. Leach, Robert J. Abell, Stephen M. Cowne, Gerald L. Stuart, Saliba A. Shunnara, Randy M. Gaither, William E. Adams Jr., John B. Evans III, Noble H. Clarke III, Michael K. Chesnut, James A Pettus, Jackson M. Bray Jr., Richard B. Stewart, Allen P. Carr, Robert C. Perkins, Dale R. Godby, Robert S. Scates, James D. Stumph, Glenn L. Watson, Thomas G. McConnell, David Smock Niceley, William W. Gravely, Bruce W. Wallace, David A…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1974 members of Kappa Psi at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Woody Irwin, Kenneth R. Shaw, Steven D. Mallory, Richard J. Fleck (Treasurer), Thomas Ordemann (Vice Regent), Vaughan W. Payne (Regent), Ershal Harrison (Secretary), James R. Castle Jr. (Historian), Robert J. Clement, Douglas D. Droz, James E. Garrett, Jerry D. Judd, Darrell C. Perry, David R. Stultz, Marilyn J. Howard (Sweetheart), Professor Richard Doughty (Advisor), Steve W. Compton, Thomas H. Leach, Robert J. Abell, Stephen M. Cowne, Gerald L. Stuart, Saliba A. Shunnara, Randy M. Gaither, William E. Adams Jr., John B. Evans III, Noble H. Clarke III, Michael K. Chesnut, James A Pettus, Jackson M. Bray Jr., Richard B. Stewart, Allen P. Carr, Robert C. Perkins, Dale R. Godby, Robert S. Scates, James D. Stumph, Glenn L. Watson, Thomas G. McConnell, David Smock Niceley, William W. Gravely, Bruce W. Wallace, David A…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1975 members of Kappa Psi at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Gerald Stuart, Thomas McConnell, R. Stanley Scates, William Clark (Historian), Richard Fleck (Treasurer), Richard Stewart (President), James Stephens III (Chaplain), William Gravely, Jackson Bray Jr., Robert Perkins, Steve Potts, Bruce Wallace, Thomas Hoppes, Stuart Hobbs, Glen Watson, David Guion, James Munson, Allen Carr, James Nicks, Chadwick Harper, John Knoop, Hans Schroeder, Fred Beckman, Roy McKendree, Robert Easley, Kenneth Norwood, Professor Richard M. Doughty (Advisor), Marilyn Howard (Sweetheart), Michael Boyd, Gene Allen, Richard Clement, Robert Oakley, Steve Willoughby, Ronald McClish, Dennis Williams, Harold Nicks, Mike Kellihan, James McClain, Keith Brown, John Gaskins, Henry Mann, and John Hoffman 1975

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1976 members of Lambda Kappa Sigma at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Teresa Martin, Edith Goodin (Chaplain), Jan Wolfe (Treasurer), Joan Bell (Rec. Secretary), Julie Purdy (First Vice President), Lisa Flener (President), Kathy Bacon (Second Vice President), Jane Dunbar (Corr. Secretary), Janet Leclear (Historian), Sharon Stevens, Deborah Corum, Margaret Adams, Deborah Taylor, B. Kay Coleman, Martha Bandy, Susan Haws, Helen Herald, Janet Elgert, Cathy Fankell, Carol Colacello, Jennifer Dennison, Jacqueline Ellis, Gillia Ray, Freda Danhauer, Cathy Lanham, Kaylee Pritchard, Gloria Doughty (Professional Sponser), Juanita Luther, Nan Bailey, Melissa Brewer, Sherry Hauser, and Ann Henry 1976

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1976 members of Lambda Kappa Sigma at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Teresa Martin, Edith Goodin (Chaplain), Jan Wolfe (Treasurer), Joan Bell (Rec. Secretary), Julie Purdy (First Vice President), Lisa Flener (President), Kathy Bacon (Second Vice President), Jane Dunbar (Corr. Secretary), Janet Leclear (Historian), Sharon Stevens, Deborah Corum, Margaret Adams, Deborah Taylor, B. Kay Coleman, Martha Bandy, Susan Haws, Helen Herald, Janet Elgert, Cathy Fankell, Carol Colacello, Jennifer Dennison, Jacqueline Ellis, Gillia Ray, Freda Danhauer, Cathy Lanham, Kaylee Pritchard, Gloria Doughty (Professional Sponser), Juanita Luther, Nan Bailey, Melissa Brewer, Sherry Hauser, and Ann Henry 1976

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Class of 1976. The people pictured are Betty J. Addington, Mark D. Antis, Cheryl A. Atkinson, Carlotta S. Boggus, Mary J. Bramlet, Pamela S. Browning, Nathan R. Bryan, Robert R. Bronner, Susan C. Carey, Allen P. Carr, William E. Clark, Rosie C. Cochran, Stephen D. Daffron, Marshall W. Davis, Glenas E. Douglas, James E. Dunaway, Mary A. Emberger, Brenda Gail Faulkner, Susan Flowers, Gary L. Gibson, Thomas P. Glover, Kristie C. Gregory, David A. Guion, Kathy S. Guion, Pat A. Hargrove, Chadwick R. Harper, Nancy J. Hayden, Ann K. Henderson, Diana L. Hopkins, Marilyn J. Howard, Robert N. Howard, Laura S. Hume, Walter D. Jones, Michael L. Keller, John W. Knoop, Mary P. Kolb, David V. Langham, Beverly S. Lee, Robert B. Major, Cinda Manley, Phil R. Mayer, Bruce N. McDonald, Glenn N. Medley, Theresa L. Mertens, Michael R. Mills, Joe T. Moore, Leslie B. Mudd…

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Photographic print, black and white, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Class of 1976. The people pictured are Betty J. Addington, Mark D. Antis, Cheryl A. Atkinson, Carlotta S. Boggus, Mary J. Bramlet, Pamela S. Browning, Nathan R. Bryan, Robert R. Bronner, Susan C. Carey, Allen P. Carr, William E. Clark, Rosie C. Cochran, Stephen D. Daffron, Marshall W. Davis, Glenas E. Douglas, James E. Dunaway, Mary A. Emberger, Brenda Gail Faulkner, Susan Flowers, Gary L. Gibson, Thomas P. Glover, Kristie C. Gregory, David A. Guion, Kathy S. Guion, Pat A. Hargrove, Chadwick R. Harper, Nancy J. Hayden, Ann K. Henderson, Diana L. Hopkins, Marilyn J. Howard, Robert N. Howard, Laura S. Hume, Walter D. Jones, Michael L. Keller, John W. Knoop, Mary P. Kolb, David V. Langham, Beverly S. Lee, Robert B. Major, Cinda Manley, Phil R. Mayer, Bruce N. McDonald, Glenn N. Medley, Theresa L. Mertens, Michael R. Mills, Joe T. Moore, Leslie B. Mudd…

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1979 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Tim Jenkins, Joseph Elmes, Randy Head (Secretary), Terry Vest (Treasurer), Don Kupper (Regent), Will Osborn (Vice Regent), Ross Kushner (Chaplain), Paul Elmes, James Wallace, David Cole, Dale Owens, Glenn Stark, Bruce Graham, Kenneth Powell, Gary Yelton, Richard Doughty (Grand Council Deputy), Vickie Bryant (Sweetheart), Gerald Duncan, Bruce Sibert, Jim Jefferson, Dough Vaal, Greg Alridge, Bob Barriger, Richard Nally, John Tigglelar, Richard Slone, Jeffrey Brandt, and Clarence Sullivan. Mike McWilliams was not pictured 1979

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1980 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Dr. Chet Parker (Co Faculty Advisor), Professor Richard Doughty (Grand Council Deputy), Jim Jefferson (Secretary), Terry Vest (Treasurer), Don Kupper (Regent), Stephen Sitzlar (Vice Regent), Ross Kushner (Chaplain), John Marshall (Historian), Dr. Robert Yokel (Faculty), Doug Vaal, David Qualls, Donald Baker, Michael McWilliams, Dennis Parker, Bruce Graham, Jeff Slone, Bill Rencher, Jeff Brandt, Will Osborn, Randy Head, Dan Perry, Joe Elmes, Dale Owens, David Cole, Rick Slone, Cathy Colby (Sweetheart), James Wallace, Tim Jenkins, Paul Elmes, and Clarence Sullivan. Tony Chase was not pictured 1980

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1981 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are John Marshall (Interim Regent November 1980 to May 1981), Mike Fitch (Rush Chair), William Grise (Historian), David Kemplin (Chaplain), Tony Wyant (Vice Regent), George Jones Jr. (Regent), Phillip Sandlin (Treasurer), John Conklin Jr. (Secretary), Robert Yokel (Grand Council Deputy), Richard Doughty (Faculty Co-Advisor), Anthony Chase, Don Kupper, Clarence Sullivan, B. Wayne Kaelin, Jeff Slone, Ross Kushner, Will Osborn, Larry Render, Barry Ward, Dan Perry, Chris Waters, William Rencher Jr., Suzy Amburgey (Sweetheart), Ralph Bouvette, Garry Posey, John Chaney, Stephen Sitzlar, Jim Jefferson, Terry Vest, Michael Harris, Mark Johnson, Allen Joseph, Earl Hanshaw, Rondell Jaggers, David Newman, and Randy Crawford. Tim Carnes was not pictured 1981

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1983 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Robert Yokel (Chapter Councilor), Tim Evans (Historian), Michael Stewart (Chaplain), Chris Pitcock (Vice Regent), Stephen Blanford (Regent), Jason Taylor (Treasurer), J. D. Shoulders (Secretary), Mike Woodward (Rush Chairman), Richard Doughty (Faculty Co-Advisor), Mark E. Johnson, Rondell C. Jaggers, Michael E. Harris, Rhodom Crabtree, David Fulkerson, David Morgan, George E. Jones, Christopher R. Waters, Phillip D. Sandlin, E. Dennis Bashaw, Surinder Sabharwal, Scotty Osborne, Mark Bozarth, Tim D. Carnes, Darrell Cartmill, Michael Traylor, Michael Hislope, Steven Gullett, Linda Hardy (Sweetheart), Francis Southhall, Lanny Adkins, Anthony Wyant, John D. Conklin, Neal S. Mantick, Gregory L. Browning, Randy Crawford, Joseph M. Fitch, William Allen, William M. Grise, Earl R. Hanshaw, Lawrence Yuen, William…

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1983 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Robert Yokel (Chapter Councilor), Tim Evans (Historian), Michael Stewart (Chaplain), Chris Pitcock (Vice Regent), Stephen Blanford (Regent), Jason Taylor (Treasurer), J. D. Shoulders (Secretary), Mike Woodward (Rush Chairman), Richard Doughty (Faculty Co-Advisor), Mark E. Johnson, Rondell C. Jaggers, Michael E. Harris, Rhodom Crabtree, David Fulkerson, David Morgan, George E. Jones, Christopher R. Waters, Phillip D. Sandlin, E. Dennis Bashaw, Surinder Sabharwal, Scotty Osborne, Mark Bozarth, Tim D. Carnes, Darrell Cartmill, Michael Traylor, Michael Hislope, Steven Gullett, Linda Hardy (Sweetheart), Francis Southhall, Lanny Adkins, Anthony Wyant, John D. Conklin, Neal S. Mantick, Gregory L. Browning, Randy Crawford, Joseph M. Fitch, William Allen, William M. Grise, Earl R. Hanshaw, Lawrence Yuen, William…

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Bachelor of Science Class of 1983. The people pictured are Cathy Asher, Gloria Baker, Donna Ball, Walter Beaven, Janice Blandford, Donna Blue, Mary Borders, Mary Ann Brady, Timothy Carnes, Lucy Carver, James Cherry, Jennifer Clarkson, Lisa Collier, John, Conklin, Laura Crafton, Randy Crawford, Martha Current, JoAnne Dougherty, Brenda King (Secretary), Mike Fitch (Vice President), Anthony Wyant (President), Susan Richards (Treasurer), Joseph Downs, Mary Forsythe, Marcia Godsey, William Grise, Earl Hanshaw, Samone Hardy, Michael Harris, Jimmi Hatton, Dan Higgins, Roberta Hull, Diana Jackson, Rondell Jaggers, Teresa Jarvis, Mark Johnson, George Jones, Clayton Jones, David Kemplin, Pat Lee, Sharon Leo, Janet Little, Debbie McConkey, Pamela Mellott, Theodore Metzmeier, Bonnie Meyer, Cindy Meyers, Jennifer Murley, David Newman, Mitzi Nichols, Frank Nicks, Smita Patel…

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Bachelor of Science Class of 1984. The people pictured are Janet Taylor, Durran H. Taylor, Mary Pat Walters, Elizabeth M. Russell, Richard Raines, Laura B. Rollins, George A Haddad, Darrell W. Cartmill, Pamela S. Banks, Victor Swinney, Susan L. Trautwein, Mike Traylor, Lawrence S. Yuen, Kim L. Tapp, Melanie K. Stewart, Thomas J. Shacklette, Sue W. Shaw (Treasurer), J. Keith Bourne (Vice President), Lanny R. Adkins (President), Linda M. Hardy (Secretary), Neil A. Willsey, Francis W. Southall, Ronald W. Wright, Deborah L. Sledge, Margaret Reynolds, Lisa A. Schwartz, Brad D. Newcomb, Norman S. Osborne, W. Leanne Pullins, W. Randall Renshaw, Rhonda L. Rouse, Surinder, S. Sabharwal, David D. Morgan, Sheila J. Nicholson, Richard W. McCrocklin, Dwana S. Kays, Anne W. Lewis, Larry S. Mayfield, Sherry M. Mason, Clara J. Ousley, Linda W. Woolims, Kimberly J. Lynn…

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Photographic print, color, 14 inches by 11 inches. A photographic composite of the 1984 Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at the University of Kentucky. The people pictured are Robert Yokel (Chapter Councelor), Scott Thompson (Rush Chairman), Mike Luckett (Historian), Todd Toole (Chaplain), David Allen (Vice Regent), Jeffrey Hunt (Regent), Kevin Emmick (Treasurer), Richard Long (Secretary), Dave Joffe (Alumni Liaison), Bob Byrd (Rush Chairman), Professor Richard M. Doughty (Faculty Co-Advisor), David Fulkerson, David D. Morgan, Tim Evans, Lanny Adkins, Larry Mayfield, Steven Gullett, Rhodom Crabtree, Edward Bashaw, Scotty Osborne, Lawrence Yuen, Galen Gearheart, John Sandusky, William Board, Mike Traylor, Greg Browning, Neal Mantick, Douglas Ballard, Mike Hislope, Jeffrey Wilson, Brenda Pinter (Sweetheart), William Thornbury, Stephen Blanford, Christopher McGlone, John Gregory, Francis Southall, Bryan Blackwelder, John Fritz, Mark Bozarth, W. Randall Renshaw, George Jones, J. D…

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Plans

Plans / Blueprints, First Floor Equipment Plan. College of Pharmacy Accession number 0000UA159. Measures 49 inches by 28.5 inches. Brock and Johnson Architects, Lexington, KY. Commonwealth of Kentucky State Property and Buildings Commission Division of Engineering, Frankfort, KY. Scale 1/4 inches = 1 foot undated

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Plans / Blueprints, College of Pharmacy Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. College of Pharmacy Accession number 00000UA159. Measures 34 inches by 23 inches. Brock and Johnson Architects, Lexington, KY. Part First Floor Plan. Drawn by A. Date 9 - 28 - 55. Scale 1/4 inches = 1 foot. Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Wood and Steel Laboratory, Vocational, and Library Furniture; Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Symbols: C.W. 1/2 inch Cold Water; H.W. 1/2 inch Hot Water; G. 1 = 3/8 inch Gas; G. 2 = 1/2 inch Gas; G. 3 = 3/4 inch Gas; A. = 1/2 inch Comp. Air; V. = 1/2 inch Vacuum; W. = 1 1/2 inches Waste; W. 1 = 2 inches Waste; A.C. = 1/2 inch 110 V.A.C.; PAC. = 3/4 inch 220 V.A.C.; D. C. = 1/2 inch D.C.; S. = 1/2 inch Steam; S. R. = 1/2 inch Steam Ret.; R. = 1 1/2 inches Revent; D. W. = 1/2 inch Dist. Water; H. S. = 1/2 inch H2S; F. V. = Fume Hood Vent; V. = Back Vent. "This drawing and all information thereon is the property of Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Two…

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Plans / Blueprints, College of Pharmacy Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. College of Pharmacy Accession number 00000UA159. Measures 34 inches by 23 inches. Brock and Johnson Architects, Lexington, KY. Part Third Floor Plan. Drawn by A. Date 9 - 30 - 55. Scale 1/4 inches = 1 foot. Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Wood and Steel Laboratory, Vocational, and Library Furniture; Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Symbols: C.W. 1/2 inch Cold Water; H.W. 1/2 inch Hot Water; G. 1 = 3/8 inch Gas; G. 2 = 1/2 inch Gas; G. 3 = 3/4 inch Gas; A. = 1/2 inch Comp. Air; V. = 1/2 inch Vacuum; W. = 1 1/2 inches Waste; W. 1 = 2 inches Waste; A.C. = 1/2 inch 110 V.A.C.; PAC. = 3/4 inch 220 V.A.C.; D. C. = 1/2 inch D.C.; S. = 1/2 inch Steam; S. R. = 1/2 inch Steam Ret.; R. = 1 1/2 inches Revent; D. W. = 1/2 inch Dist. Water; H. S. = 1/2 inch H2S; F. V. = Fume Hood Vent. "This drawing and all information thereon is the property of Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Two Rivers, Wisconsin…

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Plans / Blueprints, College of Pharmacy Building, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. College of Pharmacy Accession number 00000UA159. Measures 34 inches by 23 inches. Brock and Johnson Architects, Lexington, KY. Part Third Floor Plan. Drawn by A. Date 9 - 30 - 55. Scale 1/4 inches = 1 foot. Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Manufacturers of Wood and Steel Laboratory, Vocational, and Library Furniture; Two Rivers, Wisconsin 1955, September 30

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Plans / Blueprints, Analytical Laboratory. College of Pharmacy Accession number 0000UA159. Measures 20 inches by 14 inches. No information on architect or scale (walls have measurements written next to them) undated

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Plans / Blueprints, Organic and Biochemical, College of Pharmacy Accession number 0000UA159. Measures 20 inches by 14 inches. No information on architect or scale (walls have measurements written next to them.) Note: No hood shown undated

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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Graduate Study and Graduate Enrollment Data

American Assocation of Colleges of Pharmacy--Graduate Study in Member Colleges for 1957-58 and Gradute Enrollment Data for September, 1956 Report 1956-1958

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Report of Degrees Conferred

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Report of Degrees Conferred and Report on Admissions, Enrollment and Degrees Conferred by Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy Report 1949-1956

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Report on Enrollment

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Report of Degrees Conferred and Report on Admissions, Enrollment and Degrees Conferred by Schools and Colleges of Pharmacy Report 1955-1958

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Report on Enrollment - Colleges and Schools of Pharmacy 1947-1954

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American Council on Pharmaceutical Education

Applications

American Council on Pharmaceutical Education - Applications for accreditation or continuation of accreditation ; A letter to Earl P. Slone from P.H. Costello of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education; American Council on Pharmaceutical Education - Report of the Committee on the Examination of the College of Pharmacy of the University of Kentucky for the Purpose of Continuance of Accreditation; Letter from Slone to Costello; Degrees and Curricula of the College of Pharmacy, Earl P. Slone, Ph.G., B.S., Dean ; Major additions to Inventory in the last two years 1948

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Letter from P.H. Costello, Secretary of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, to Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy; American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy - Applications fo Accreditation or Continuation of Accreditation 1950-1951

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Two letters referring to Annual Reports from P.H. Costello, Secretary of the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, to Deans of Colleges of Pharmacy; Applications for Examination; Letter to Nelvin W. Green, Director of Education Relations for the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education, from Earl P. Slone enclosing an Annual Progress Report; Personnel data forms for applications to the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education 1953-1956

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Reports

Letters to Slone from Costello enclosing reports on the examination of the College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky, by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education; American Council on Pharmaceutical Education - Annual Progress Report of Accredited Colleges, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy 1952-1955

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Supporting Data

Curriculum and Inspection lists for the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy; Reports on the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy 1953-1956

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Classes

Class Rosters

These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Evelyn Brake, bacteriology; Ewen Gillis, Quan. Analytical; Ewen Gillis, Pharmaceutical; Jesse Y. Hubbard - Phar. Economics, Toxicology, Jurisprudence; M. Jongeward - Pharmacy, Phar. Preps, Dispensing, New and Non-Official; Charles Lesshafft - Theoretical Phar., Pharmacy; Meadows, Phar. Calc.; James W. Miles - Organic, Organic Chemistry; E.P. Slone, Pharmacognosy; A.L. Townsend, Physics; Charles E. Tucker - Anatomy, A & P, Public Health; Pharmocognosy, Pharmocognosy 1947-1948

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Evelyn Brake, Bacteriology; John Fleming, Store Management; E. Gillis - Biochemistry, Pharm. Chem.; Jesse Hubbard - Economics, Toxicology Jurisprudence; M. Jongeward, Pharmacy; Charles Lesshafft - Theor. Pharm, Pharm. Prep, A.B. Meadows - Physics, Pharm. Calculations; James W. Miles - Chemistry 31, Organic, Chemistry; Harold C. Morris, Pharmocology; Slesser, Pharmacy; E.P.Slone, Pharmocognosy; A.E. Slesser, Dispensing; Charles E. Tucker, Anatomy 1949

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses:Evelyn Brake, Bacteriology; J.L. Fleming, Drug Store Mgmt.; Gillis - Biochemistry, Phar. Chem., Advanaced Pharmaceutical Quantitative; Hubbard - Economics, Jurisprudence; M. Jongeward - Pharmacy Preparations, Pharmacy, Materia Medica; Lesshafft - Pharmacy, Pharm. Practical, Pharm. Calculations, USP & NF, New Mod. Phar.; Miles - Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Organic Chem., Quantitative Pharm. Chem.; H.C. Morris, Toxicology & First Aid; A.E. Slesser - Claculations, Dispensing, Pharmacy; Slone, Pharmocognosy; D. C. Summerford, Physics; Charles E. Tucker - Anatomy, Hygiene & Public Health 1950

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Richard M. Doughty - Pharmocognosy, Bacteriology; G. Gaddis - Org. Chemistry, Qunatitative Analysis; Ewen Gillis - Inorganic Pharm. Chemistry, Biochemistry, Adv. Quant. Pharm. Chem.; Hubbard - Economics, Pharmacy Economics, Jurisprudence; Lesshafft - Pharmacy, Theoretical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Preparations, Pharmacy Calculations, USP & NF Drugs, New & Modern Pharmacy; Miles - Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Quantitative Chemistry, Quantitative Pharmaceutical Analysis; H.C. Morris, Pharmacology; D.H. Robinson, Drug Store Mngmt; W.H. Rehberg - Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Calculations, Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry; A.E. Slessert - Mfg., Manuf. Pharm., Dispensing; Earl P. Slone, Pharmocognosy; D.C. Summerford, Physics; Charles Tucker - Anatomy, Materia Medica, Hygiene; Walton - Pharm. Preps., Intr. Disp., Bacteriology, Pharmocology 1951

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Richard M. Doughty - Pharmocognosy, Bacteriology; Shirley Gaddis - Organic Chemistry, Quantitative Analysis; Ewen Gillis - Biochemistry, Adv. Quant. Pharm. Chemistry; Hubbard - Economics, Jurisprudence; Lesshafft - Pharm. Prep., Modern Drugs; W.F. Rehberg - Anat. & Physiol., Calculations, Inorganic; Robinson, Pharmacy; A.E. Slesser, Dispensing; D.C. Summerford, Physics; Charles E. Tucker, Materia Medica; C.A. Walton - Introd. Disp., Pharmocology 1952

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Beck - Practical Pharm., USP & NF Drugs, Modern Drugs; Richard M. Doughty - Pharmacognosy, Microbiology, MM 31a; Ewen Gillis - Biochemistry, Adv. Quant. Pharm. Chem, Chem 102; Chem 32; Arthur C. Glasser - Phar 21, Phar 24, Phar 123; Hubbard - Economics, Pharmacy Law, Phar 35a, Phar 35b; James W. Miles - Organic Chem., Chem 31b, Quant. Analysis, Chemistry, Chem 32, Chem 33; W.F. Rehberg - Pharmaceutical Calculations, Calculations, Inorganic Chemistry, Inorg. Phar. Chem., Mfg. Pharmacy, Phar 24b, Phar 26, Phar 27; D.H. Robinson - Drugstore Mgt., Phar 31a, Phar 31b; Slesser - Dispensing, Phar 111A, Phar 111b; Charles E. Tucker - Public Health, Hygiene & Public Health, MM 33; C.A. Walton - Pharm. Preparations, Introd Disp, Pharmocology, MM 11a, MM 138a, MM 11b, MM 138b 1953

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Charles Breckinridge - Che 32, Phr 122, Phr 123; Richard M. Doughty - MM 27a, MM 27b, Che 102, Che 103a, Che 103b; Jesse Hubbard - Phr 25, Phr 35a, Phr 35b; Joseph M. Kitchen - Phr 24b, Phr 27; Charles Lesshafft - Phr 21, Phr 111, Phr 24a, Phr 26Phr 111b; James W. Miles - Che 31a, Che 31b, Che 33; William F. Rehberg - MM 11a, MM 11b, Phr 26, MM 138a, MM 138b, Phr 130; Don H. Robinson - Phr 31a, Phr 31b; Charles E. Tucker, MM 33, 1954

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: C. Breckinridge - Che 32, Phr 122, Phr 123; R. M. Doughty - MM 27a, MM 27b, MM 31a, MM 31b; A.C. Glasser - Che 102, Che 103, Che 104; J.Y. Hubbard - Phr 25, Phr 35a, Phr 35b; J. Kitchen - Phr 24b, Phr 27; C.T. Lesshafft - Phr 21, Phr 26, Phr 111a, Phr 111b, Phr 24a, Phr 26; J.W. Miles - Che 33, Che 31a, Che 31b, Phr 31; D.H. Robinson, Phr 32; C.E. Tucker, MM 33; C.A. Walton - MM 11a, MM 11b, MM 138a, MM 138b4; A few illegible ones 1955

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: Breckinridge - Phr 24b, Phr 122, Phr 27, Phr 123; Doughty - MM 27a, MM 27b, MM 31a, MM 31b; Glasser - Che 102, Che 103, Che 104; Hubbard - Phr 25, Phr 35a, Phr 35b; Kitchen, Che 32; Lesshafft - Phr 21, Phr 26, Phr 130; Littlejohn - Phr 111a, Phr 111b; Miles - Che 31a, Che 31b, Che 33; Robinson - Phr 31, Phr 32; Tucker, MM 33; Walton - MM 11a, MM 11b, MM 138a, MM 138b 1956

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These rosters include the student's names and grades for the following professors and courses: R.M. Doughty - MM 27b, MM 31b; A.C. Glasser - Pch 102, Pch 104; J.Y.Hubbard, Phr 35; W.S. Johnson, Pch 32; C.T. Lesshafft - Phr 21, Phr 111b; J.W. Miles - Pch 31b, Pch 33; H.A. Smith, Phr 32; C.A. Walton - MM 11b, MM 138b; One unnamed professor - Phr 122b 1957

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Examinations

Examinations from CPH 815, Patient Care - William A. Miller, Instructor for September 30, November 13, and December 19; Hour Exam #1, CPH 816 1969

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Lecture Notes

Outlines from September 11, October 2, and October 7, with handouts, for CPH 815, William Miller, Instructor; 3 sets of notes from Clinical Pharmacy, William A. Miller, Instructor; "Excretion of Drugs," article by Don Bartig and Monte S. Cohon 1969

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Outlines from CPH 816 - Patient Care Services and Clinical Pharmacy Practice: "Management of the Patient with Hypertension," "Angina Pectoris," Myocardial Infarction," Congestive Heart Failure," "Blood," "Coagulation and Hemostasis," "Therapy in Coagulation Defects," "Anemias," "Diseases of the White Blood Cells and Reticuloendothelial System," "Liver Diseases," "Disturbances in Fluid & Electrolyte Balance," "Kidney Diseases," "Chronic Renal Failure and Kidney Transplants," "Management of the Patient with Hypertension," "Insulin Combinations," "Diabetes Mellitus" Circa 1970

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Syllabi/Syllabuses

Syllabi for CPH 815-816, Patient Care Services and Clinical Pharmacy Practice, William A. Miller, Instructor - Fall 1969 1969

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Syllabi for CPH 815-816, Patient Care Services and Clinical Pharmacy Practice - Spring 1970 Circa 1970

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Clinical Pharmacy Development

A record of Clinical Pharmacy Development in other Colleges of Pharmacy, often after UK's model, includes the following articles and reports: "Social and Psychological Aspects of Terminal Care: An Interdisciplinary Course for Pharmacy and Nursing Students," by Henri R. Manasse, Jr. Ph.D. and Carol A. Reese, M.S.; "Design and Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Teaching Program in a Rural Community," by Dick R. Gourley, Pharm. D., Jane M. Carney, M.S.N., Theodore H. Koefoot, Jr., M.D., Perry G. Rigby, M.D., and Eugene S. Merchant, D.D.S.; "A Materials Science Course for Pharmacy Students," by J.D. Andrade and R.V. Peterson; "Perceptions of the Learning Environment, Achievement and Personality," by Agnes Rezler, Ph.D. and Robert G. Mrtek, Ph.D.; A letter to Dr. Howard Hopkins, Associate Dean of the UK College of Pharmacy from Kenneth J. Bender, Pharm.D., M.A., Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Florida enclosing an article; "Post-Graduate Pharmacy Residency…

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A record of Clinical Pharmacy Development in other Colleges of Pharmacy, often after UK's model, includes the following articles and reports: "Clinical Problem Sets: A Valuable Method in Teaching Clinical Pharmacy," by Eric Goldstein, Pharm.D. and Michael McKenzie, M.S. (A letter to Hopkins from Goldstein encloses the article); "An Interdisciplinary Health Seminar, Is It Worth All the Effort?" by James E. Grogan and Sheila Corcoran (Corcoran writes a note to enclose the letter); "Social and Psychological Aspects of Terminal Care: An Interdisciplinary Course for Pharmacy and Nursing Students," by Henri R. Manasse, Jr. Ph.D. and Carol A. Reese, M.S.; "Experience with Clinical Education in Rural Clinics: Observations and Recommendations," by William H. Jeffrey and Paul J. Martinez; "Formulating Behavioral Objectives for a didactic Clinical Pharmacy Course," by Mary Anne Kimble, Pharm.D. and Keith E. Jacoby, Ph.D.; "A Profile of the Academic Status of Clinical Faculty in Schools of…

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A record of Clinical Pharmacy Development in other Colleges of Pharmacy, often after UK's model, includes the following articles and reports: "The Role of Faculty on the Accreditation Team," by Ignatius J. Bellafiore, Prof. of Pharmacy; RxN News, University of the Pacific, and additional information on the program there (enclosed in a letter from Dr. K.M. Mills); "An Essential Course in the Pharmacy Cirriculum at the Undergradute Level," by Robert E. Smith, Pharm.D. -handout (He encloses the handout for this article in a note to Hopkins); "Doctor of Pharmacy Emphasis in Industrial Pharmacy," by Ravindra C. Vasavada, Ph.D. (she encloses the aricle in a note); "The Synchronization of Subject Matter Between Biochemistry and Biopharmaceutics," by Carl T. Bauguess and Robert L. Beamer; Note from Bhogi Sheth, at the U. of Tennessee to Hopkins; "A Pharmacy School Based Drug Information Service and Its Role in Teaching Future Pharmacy Practitioners," by Jack M. Rosenberg, M.S., Pharm.D. 1975…

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A record of Clinical Pharmacy Development in other Colleges of Pharmacy, often after UK's model, includes the following articles and reports: "The Utilization of Clinical Clerkships in the Education of Doctor of Pharmacy Students," by Wayne F. Conrad (a note he wrote to Dr. Hopkins enclosing the article is included); "Practicum-Internship I: Devlopment, Implementation, and Student Participation" and "Practicum-Internship II: Interim Evaluations," by Kenneth J. Bender and Max A. Lemberger; "A Community Hospital-Based Clinical Exposure Program," by William G. Troutman, Pharm. D., James D. Bendure, B.S., and Christine B. Blase, B.S.; "The Pharmacist and Cancer Control," by Michael R. Ryan, Joel A. Oliver, and Sidney A. Rosenbluth; "Perspectives on the Development and Implementation of an Undergraduate General University Class Dealing with Mind-Altering Drugs and Their Use in Today's Society," by Clarke St. Dennis; University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy Percentages and Percentage…

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Clippings

Clippings - "The Pharmacist...and Disaster Preparedness," by Dr. A.C. Glasser; An advertisement from the Kentucky Kernel for a Sigma Xi event, "The Rio Grande's Pueblo Past" with special speaker Dr. Douglas Schwartz 1966-1975

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Conventions

Conventions - Clippings and programs from UK's Pharmaceutical Workshop in March 1961 and March 1962; Programs from the 85th Annual Convention of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association, July 1962; Program from District 4 National Assocation of Boards of Pharmacy American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in Urbana, Ill, November 11-13, 1962; Program from the 87th Annual Convention of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Education, July 1964 1961-1964

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Correspondence

General

Correspondence - Includes letters from John L. Fleming, Dorothy Linville, Lee Sprowles, Maple Moore, A.E. Slesser, Anne Garrison, Mary G. Milton, Mary Queen Cunningham, Antonio Rodriguez, R.L. Tuthill, Joseph B. Burt, the Registrar, Mrs. Thomas H. Francis, Registrar's Secretary, H.L. Donovan, Louis C. Zopf, Frank G. Dickey, Howard Hopkins, Richard M. Doughty, Norman Billups, George E. Mitchell, Joseph V. Swintosky, Robert Strauss, J.W. Herron, and a couple unidentifiable names 1947, October 2 - 1972, April 24

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Correspondence - Includes letters from Howard Hopkins; Alex A. Cardoni, M.S.; Eric Goldstein, Pharm D.; Paul A. Laskar; Sheila Corcoran; Dr. K.M. Mills; Robert E. Smith, Pharm D.; Ravindra C. Vasavada, Ph.D.; Bhogi Sheth, Ph.D.; Wayne F. Conrad, Pharm.D.; Kenneth J. Bender, Pharm.D., M.A.; Richard M. Doughty; David R. Wekstein; and Thomas T. Holme 1974, December 1 - 1975, December 11

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Correspondence - Includes letters from B.R. Stanerson; E. Jo Baker, Ph.D.; Richard M. Doughty; Norman R. Farnsworth, Ph.D.; Robert C. Toll; Irving S. Fisher; Paul G. Mayer; Tom Dumphy (?--to Howard Hopkins); Howard Hopkins; and C.T. Sharpton 1976; Undated

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Sigma Xi

Correspondence - Includes letters concerning Sigma Xi from Mr. Roy Griggs; Thomas T. Holme; Richard M. Doughty; Jean Cody Johnson; Henry Morlock; R. Eichhorn; Sigma Xi flyers; Kenneth J. Bender; and James E. Dusenberry, Ph.D. 1971, January 13 - 1975, February 28

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Correspondence - Includes letters concerning Sigma Xi from Richard M. Doughty; Lawrence M. Kushner; B.F. Parker; Art Gallaher; and Harold G. Cassidy 1975, March 3 - 1976, April 1

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Development

A list of gifts given to seniors from various companies around the country such as Armstrong Cork Co. in Lancaster PA and Sharp and Dohme in Columbus, OH 1951-1953

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East Kentucky Health Systems, Inc.

Correspondence

Correspondence - Includes letters from Howard Hopkins; Joseph V. Swintosky; C.M. Dupier, Jr.; and Tony Goetz 1975, December 9 - 1979, September 5

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Meeting Minutes

East Kentucky Health Systems Agency, Inc; Meeting Minutes: 1976: February 19, March 11, April 10, May 12, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, November 17; 1977: January 19, March 16, May 11, July 13, August 10, September 14, October 19, and November 9 1976, February 19 - 1977, November 9

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East Kentucky Health Systems Agency, Inc; Meeting Minutes: 1978: January 11, March 15, May 17, July 12, September 20, October 25, and November 8 1978, January 11 - 1978, November 8

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East Kentucky Health Systems Agency, Inc; Meeting Minutes: 1979: January 10, March 14, May 16, July 18, September 12, and November 7 1979, January 10 - 1979, November 7

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Miscellaneous

This folder contains "Health Systems Agency--On the Rise--Citizen Involvement in Health Planning; agendas from the first Annual Meeting of EKHSA, Inc., at Sheraton Inn, Lexington South; "The Eastern Kentucky Citizens for Better Health Care say: EKHSA Is A Fraud!" protesting the organization; A 1979 Health Systems newsletter; An EKHSA membership brochure; an announcement for a public hearing at the EKHSA office on January 3, 1979; and a list of names and addresses for an ad hoc committee appointed to study the implentation of new legislation relative to health needs in KY 1974; 1976, February 19 - 1979, January 3

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Notes

EKHSA notes from December 4, 1975 and from the first annual meeting 1975, December 4; 1976, February 19

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Newsletter - "The Communicator"

EKHSA "The Communicator" newsletter; 1979 (Vol. II): April, June, August, and October 1979, April - 1979, October

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Newsletter - "News Notes"

EKHSA "News Notes" newsletter: 1977: October 27 and December 13; 1978: February 28, April 21, August 25, September 25, and October 20 1977, October 27 - 1978, October 20

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Evaluations

EKHSA This folder contains a request for Travel Order for Ferdinand D. Stoll; Board notes including job vacancies for 1962, December 4; Job Vacancies on December 6, 1962; Department of Defense Employment Inquiry for Ferdinand D. Stoll; Report of Awards Received, 12/19/1962; Defense Supply Agency Defense Medical Supply Center, December 5, 1962; Defense Supply Agency Defense Medical Supply Center, Jan 24, 1963; and a referral for Ferdinand D. Stoll, Supervising Quality Control Specialist"The Communicator" newsletter; 1979 (Vol. II): April, June, August, and October 1962-1965

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Faculty Senate

Correspondence

Correspondence - This folder contains letters from Alvin E. Evans; Lucy R. Hogan; Maurice F. Seay; Louis A. Pardue; Maple Moores, Earl P. Slone; Herman E. Spivey; R.L. Tuthill; Committee on Planning and Faculty; A.D. Kirwan; M.M. White; Committee on Rules of the University Faculty ; Robert L. Mills; Leo M. Chamberlain; L.J. Horlacher; Committee on Student Organizations; Elvis J. Stahr, Jr.; and Sarah B. Holmes 1947, September 29 - 1955, January 11

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Correspondence - This folder contains letters from Robert L. Mills; I.J. Horlacher; Cecil C. Carpenter; M.M. White; Committee on Composition and Role of the Faculty; Robert D. Haun; Committee on Student Organizations and Social Activities; Charles F. Elton; R.E. Shaver; A.D. Kirwan; Earl P. Slone; Marcia A. Dake; Secretary of Faculty; W.L. Matthews; Dean of Admissions and Registrar; and Lyman V. Ginger 1955, March 9 - 1962, April 18

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Correspondence - This folder contains letters from: The Honors Program Committee and Honors Program Director; A. Lee Coleman; Cecil C. Carpenter; William R. Willard, M.D.; Earl P. Slone; M.M. White; W. L. Matthews, Jr.; A.D. Kirwan; Dean of Admissions; Marcia A. Dake; Howard Hopkins; R.E. Shaver; C.F. Elton, secretary of University Faculty; Frank G. Dickey; Dean of Admissions and Secretary, Faculty Council; University Faculty; University Senate Council; Senate Advisory Committee on Student Affairs; Secretary, University Senate; and a proposed University calendar from November 1962 1962, April 23 - 1967, March 14; Undated

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Meeting Minutes

This folder contains Faculty Senate meeting minutes from: 1961: January 25, April 10, October 9, and November 13; 1962, May 14; 1965, May 7, September 13; 1966, December 12; and 1977, February 14 1961, February 13 - 1977, February 14

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Reports

This folder contains Faculty Senate reports including: letter ballots from Fall 1946; Student Organization list, 1948-49; Faculty listt, 1952-53, 1953-54; Planning and Policy Committee January 6, 1954; Report to the University Faculty on Dishonesty in Examinations, March 8, 1954; Report of Study Committee Concerned with Minimum Requirements for Academic Succes at UK, May 11, 1953; Motions to be presented to the University Faculty, May 5, 1964; Motions concerning Effective Dates of the Minimum Standards for Academic Laws Adopted at the May 10, 1954 Faculty Meeting; University Faculty 1959-60; Report of the Committee on Composition and Role of the University Faculty, April 3, 1959; University Faculty 1960-61; Report on the University Committee on Admission Policy, 1960; UK Faculty Committees, 1961; University Faculty 1961-62; UK Expenditures for 1959-60 and 1960-61 and Distribution of Educational and General Expenditures; and Proposed Graduate Program in Biochemistry, General Outlook…

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This folder contains Faculty Senate reports including: UK Faculty Committee 1962; University Faculty 1962-63; Proposed Calendar for 1962-63; Graduate School, January 1962; Progress Report of Fitness and Swimming Sections in Revised Programs of Required Physical Education, January 4, 1962; Report of the Physical Education Study Committee, January 29, 1962; UK Student Achievement, March 20, 1962; Criteria for Evaulation and promotion of Students, April 9, 1962; Procedures and Instructions for the Election of University Faculty Member to the Faculty Council, May 23, 1962, June 1962; University Faculty Conference, Carnahan House, September 13-14, 1962; "Proposed" Changes in Courses, November 27, 1962; University Faculty 1963-64; Eligible Voting Faculty of UK 1966-67; University Senate 1966-67; Report of the Library Committee, March 14, 1966; and Report and Recommendations of Committee on Student Affairs, December 9, 1966 1962 - 1966, December 9

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This folder contains Faculty Senate reports including: A Cumulative Listing of the Faculty, circa 1971; University Senate 1976-77; Biological and Medical Sciences Area; Report of the University Faculty Committee on Planning and Policy; Interim Report of the University Faculty Committee on Planning and Policy; and Amendments to Reports and Recommendations 1971 - 1976; Undated

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Honors Day

Clippings

This folder contains newspaper clippings and photos regarding Honor's Day and the various activities which took place 1960 - 1963

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Correspondence

This folder contains correspondence concerning Honor's Day from: John L. Fleming, Bursar-Recorder; Maple Moore, Asst. Registrar; L.J. Horlacher, Asst. Dean; Sue Dossett, S.G.A. Rep.; Earl P. Slone, Dean; R.S. Zachary with Merck & Co., Inc.; Anne Garrison, Secretary to the Dean; Eleanor Dyer with Lehn & Fink Products Corp.; William Hausberg with Lehn & Fink; M.M. White; A paragraph about the Simon N. Jones Scholarship; Donald McEvoy, W.C.G.; and lists of students and GPAs from various years 1948 -1951

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This folder contains correspondence concerning Honor's Day from:Mrs. W. Arthurs Purdum, Secretary, and Mrs. E.R. Serles, President, American Pharmaceutical Ass. Women's Auxiliary; Earl P. Slone, Dean; Maple Moores; A.F. Slesser, Head of Pharmacy Department; R.A. Anderson, VP, Bristol Laboratories, Inc.; Mary Queen Cunningham; Frank G. Dickey; Robert P. Fischelis; Marge DeSantis, Lehn & Fink Products Corp.; Lists of Honors for College of Pharmacy 1952-53; and a list of Pharmacy Students with GPA of 2.3 and above, 1952-53 1952 - March, 1953

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This folder contains correspondence concerning Honor's Day from: M.M. White; Marge DeSantis, Lehn & Fink Products Corp.; Cecil C. Carpenter, Chairman of Honors Day Committee; C.M. Simon, Bristol Laboraties Inc.; George M. Scattergood, Armstrong Cork Co.; R.G. Schloesser, Merck & Co., Inc.; Earl P. Slone; R.F. Miller, Owens-Illinois Glass Co.; Herman E. Spivey; and A.D. Kirwan 1953, April - 1954

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This folder contains correspondence concerning Honor's Day from: Maple Moores; Mrs. R.A. Sehloessman, Mallinckredt Chemical Works (concerning a gift); George M. Scattergood, Armstrong Cork Co.; Paul T Rees, Bristol Laboratories Inc.; Anna G. Stephan, Armstrong Cork Co.; J.B. Miller, Millers Forge Manufacturing Co.; A.H. White, Ex-Lax, Inc.; Earl P. Slone; Marge DeSantis, Lehn & Fink Products Corp.; and Robert L. Swain, Editor, Drug Topics 1955, January - 1955, April

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This folder contains correspondence concerning Honor's Day from: Earl P. Slone; R.G. Schloesser, Merck & Co., Inc.; Catherine Pardee; Marge DeSantis, Lehn & fink Products Corp.; announcement from UK College of Pharmacy regarding Honors Day 1960; announcement from UK College of Pharmacy regarding Honors Day 1961; A list of Honors, 1961; Announcement in Lexington Economy Drug Co. newsletter for Honors Day 1962; flyer for Honors Day 1962; Undated list of Honors; Undated list of Prizes, Medals, and Other Awards; and an Undated list of Scholarships, Prizes, and Awards allocated to the College of Pharmacy 1955, May - 1962; Undated

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Honors Day

Programs

Honors Day Programs from various years within the date-span 1952 - 1963

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Publications

Booklets

This folder contains "The College of Pharmacy - University of Kentucky," a 1965 publication which includes a history of the school; and "Pharmacy in Transition: A Seminar Presentation for the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting and arranged by the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy with the support of the Kentucky Council on Pharmaceutical Education" 1965 - 1968

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Catalogs - University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

This folder contains catalogs for the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy 1947 - 1970

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Journals - "The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Assocation"

"The Journal of the Kentucky State Medical Assocation; Symposium on Endocrinology" Oct-63

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Journals - "The Kentucky Pharmacist"

"The Kentucky Pharmacist; this folder includes the following issues: 1959 - October and December;1960 - May, August, November, and December; 1961 - January, February, March, April, May, and June October 1959 - June 1961

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"The Kentucky Pharmacist; this folder includes the following issues:1961 - July, August, September, October, November, and December; 1962 - January, February, March, April, and May July 1961 - May 1962

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"The Kentucky Pharmacist; this folder includes the following issues: 1962 - June, July, Augst, September, October, and November; 1963 - January, February, March, April, May, and June June 1962 - June 1963

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"The Kentucky Pharmacist; this folder includes the following issues: 1963 - July, August, September, October, and November July 1963 - November 1963

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Newsletters

"Spatula" newsletter - Winter 1974,Summer 1974 1974

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Reprints

This folder contains reprints of articles by the following: Howard Hopkins and Joseph B. Burt; Howard Hopkins and C.O. Lee; Norman H. Franke; Howard Hopkins and La Verne D. Small; Charles T. Lesshafft, Jr.; N.H. Franke and J.L. Burge; George W. Grider and Norman H. Franke; Arthur C. Glasser and Richard M. Doughty; Norman H. Franke and Willard Alls; Ronald E. Orth; Norman H. Franke and Thomas N. Riley; Jesse M. DeJarnette; Mark M. Luckens; Arthur C. Glasser; Ronald E. Orth and Soekeni Soedigdo; George A. Digenis, Charles I. Abou-Chaar, and Nabil W. Helou; Milton J. Kornet; Ronald E. Orth; Milton J. Kornet and Anthony Wu; Clifford W. Chong, Lewis W. Dittert, Harry B. Kostenbauder, and Joseph V. Swintosky; Milton J. Kornet, Poo An Thio, and Sip Ie Tan; Milton J. Kornet and Mary Jane Lawrence; Edward O. Magarian; L.W. Dittert, H.C. Caldwell, H.J. Adams, G.M. Irwin, and J.V. Swintosky; L.W. Dittert, G.M. Irwin, C.W. Chong, and J. V. Swintosky; L.W. Dittert, H.C. Caldwell, T. Ellison G.M…

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This folder contains reprints of articles by the following: Ronald E. Orth, William I. Darby and Norman F. Billups; Daniel A. Hussar, Paul J. Niebergall, Edwin T. Sugita, and James T. Doluisio; Lewis W. Dittert, H. Jack Adams, Fred Alexander, Clifford W. Chong, Theodore Ellison, and Joseph V. Swintosky; William D. Ehmann, KennethW. Lieberman, and James T. Tanner; G.R. Wilkinson and E. Leong Way; Mark M. Luckens; Thomas H. Baxter and H. B. Kostenbauder; Norman F. Billups; George A. Digenis; L. Diamond; G.M. Irwin, H. B. Kostenbauder, L.W. Dittert, R. Staples, A. Misher, and J.V. Swintosky; Marcus M. Reidenberg, Harry Kostenbauder, and Wallace P. Adams; Kirk I. Phelps; L. Randolph McGee; W. Lipscomb; and Pankaja K. Kadaba 1968 - 1969

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Reports

Annual Reports

This folder contains the annual report of the University of Kentucky 1962

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1968 - 1969

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1971 - 1972

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1972 - 1973

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1973 - 1974

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1975 - 1976

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This folder contains the Annual Report of the UK College of Pharmacy 1976 - 1977

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Drug Information Center

Drug Information Center; Pharmacy Central Supply Department, University Hospital - UK Medical Center, Lexington, KY - Report 1963

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Kentucky and Health Sciences Education

Kentucky and Health Sciences Education; Part Six, Pharmacy; Comprehensive Planning for Higher Education, Phase I Report 1975

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University of California - The Associations, Pharmacists and Continuing Education

"The Associations, Pharmacists and Continuing Education Activities of California," A Report from the University of California School of Pharmacy 1967

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University of Wisconsin - Committee on Internal Study of Teaching and of Faculty/Student Relationships in the School of Pharmacy

Committee on Internal Study of Teaching and of Faculty-Student Relationships in the School of Pharmacy; School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin at Madison - Report 1967

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Ring of Hygeia

By laws and Constitution

This folder contains various versions of the Ring of Hygeia Constitution and one copy of the by laws; a handwritten ammendment to Article III, Section 9, of the constitution is included 1967 - 1970

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Certificates

This folder contains three copies of the initiation certificate given to new members of the Ring of Hygeia 1967 - 1970

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Correspondence

Correspondence concerning the Ring of Hygeia from: Russell Rivard, L. G. Balfour Co.; The Rush Committee; Tom Barnard; Susan B. Frazer, President, Ring of Hygeia; Mrs. Charles E. Palmer, Jr.; Richard M. Doughty; and one unsigned handwritten letter 1967, May 8 - 1985, October 2

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Initiation

This folder includes the Ring of Hygeia Initiation Ritual, the Oath of Maimonicles, and a reading pertaining to the Ring Circa 1967

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This folder contains an empty, satin-covered binder which formerly housed some material pertaining to the Ring of Hygeia Initiation Circa 1967

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Logo

This folder contains various copies of the Ring of Hygeia logo; one is hand-drawn, the rest are printed Circa 1967

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Meeting Minutes

Ring of Hygeia, Women's Honorary Pharmaceutical Society, meeting minutes 1967 - 1970

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Membership Lists

This folder contains the Pledge Book of the Ring of Hygeia, including lists of members for 1967 and 1969 Circa 1968 - 1970

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Ring of Hygeia, Women's Honorary Pharmaceutical Society, Membership lists (one list includes addresses of the members) Circa 1967

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Stationary

This folder contains a notecard printed with the Ring of Hygeia logo Circa 1967

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Society of Sigma Xi

Attendance Rolls

This folder contains attendance rolls for the Society of Sigma Xi--The Scientific Research Society of North America 1968 - 1973

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Binder

A blue folder from the 71st Annual Meeting of The Society of the Sigma Xi; El Mirador, Palm Springs, Cal. - October 30-November 2 1970

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By-Laws and Meeting Minutes

This folder contains a copy of the By-Laws of the Kentucky Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi, as well as meeting minutes of the society - Executive Committee Minutes are included with the rest - and announcement for Sigma Xi events 1941 - 1982

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This folder continas a large black book which includes bylaws and meeting minutes for the Society of the Sigma Xi 1967, February 7 - 1970, April 14

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Initiation

This folder includes lists of Admissions to the College of Pharmacy for September 1952; Letters from Richard M. Doughty to newly accepted members of Sigma Xi (1968, 1970, 1971, and 1872); 1968 nominations for Sigma Xi; A flyer for the Annual Spring Initiation Banquet, 1973; A list of approved nominees, 1975; and a letter to Dr. Wekstein from J.G. Rodriquez, thanking him for agreeing to address the Society 1952 - 1975, October 17

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Name Tags

This folder contains a Sigma Xi name tag for President Richard M. Doughty 1964 - 1984

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Programs

This folder contains programs from the Annual Banquet for the Kentucky Chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi 1964 - 1985

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Yearbooks

"The Active Site" UK College of Pharmacy Yearbook, Vol. I 1975

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"The Active Site" UK College of Pharmacy Yearbook, Vol. II 1976

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"The Active Site" UK College of Pharmacy Yearbook, Vol. II 1976

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"The Active Site" UK College of Pharmacy Yearbook, Vol. II 1976

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"The Active Site" UK College of Pharmacy Yearbook 1977

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Photographic Prints

General

Photograph of Dr. Gordon L. Curry Circa 1947

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Duplicate of Image #1 - Photograph of Dr. Gordon L. Curry Circa 1947

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A class of students using microscopes 1947

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Two students are working in a laboratory. One man is using a microscope and the other is taking notes 1949

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Duplicate of Image #3 - Two students are working in a laboratory. One man is using a microscope and the other is taking notes 1949

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Two men are working in a laboratory. One man is measuring a liquid and the other is crushing something 1949

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Students working in a laboratory. A man and a woman are working in the foreground and three men are working in the background 1949

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A man wearing a lab coat is using a machine. The machine might be for measuring weight or mass (scale) Circa 1949

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The College of Pharmacy building located at 104 West Chestnut Street in Louisville Circa 1950

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A group of men in front of the College of Pharmacy building at 104 West Chestnut Street in Louisville. This picture from circa 1950 is possibly of College of Pharmacy students and one of the men is African-American Circa 1950

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Duplicate of Image #8 - A group of men in front of the College of Pharmacy building at 104 West Chestnut Street in Louisville. This picture from circa 1950 is possibly of College of Pharmacy students and one of the men is African-American Circa 1950

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A group of men and women are standing in front of a building. The word "research" is on the building above the door Circa 1950

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Photograph of William Veeneuian Jr., the President of George H. Gould, Inc. He is seated in a chair Circa 1950

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Two men are using a machine. They appear to be in a laboratory Circa 1950

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Duplicate of Image #11 - Two men are using a machine. They appear to be in a laboratory Circa 1950

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A man is using a microscope. There is other equipment on the table as well Circa 1950

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A man is using a large machine. The machine is almost as tall as he is Circa 1950

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A pharmaceutical counter with prescription medicines and household items displayed. The certificate indicating that the pharmacist is a registered pharmacist is displayed under the prescription sign on the far right Circa 1950

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Students working in the College of Pharmacy Laboratory. The students are wearing white coats and sitting at tables. There is a woman at a desk at the top left of the photograph, who may be the librarian Circa 1950

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A man is using a machine. The machine contains scales that are measuring weight or mass Circa 1950

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Two men are working at a counter in a pharmacy laboratory Circa 1950

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Six pharmacists (some are probably assistants) behind the counter in a pharmacy. The pharmacy is large with many bottles of medicines and chemicals. Certificates from the Board of Pharmacy are visible on the left side of the picture Circa 1950

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A man and a woman are working in a laboratory. The woman is watching the man measure a liquid Circa 1950

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Three men working in a laboratory. One man appears to be a professor instructing two students Circa 1950

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A man and a woman are working in a laboratory. There are many bottles and jars on shelves behind the man and woman Circa 1950

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One woman fixes another woman's hair. The women are seein in a mirror with the back of one woman's head in the foreground Circa 1950

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Four girls are in a sitting/living room. Three girls are sitting on a couch and one is sitting on the floor. They are all laughing Circa 1950

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Two men and two women are in a sitting/living room. They are gathered around a television and a radio. Two people are standing and two people are sitting. One man is writing Circa 1950

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A man in a suit is reading materials posted on a bulletin board. He is in the College of Pharmacy's library and is standing near a shelf of periodicals Circa 1950

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A man is standing in the Periodical section of the College of Pharmacy library. He is reading a Periodical Circa 1950

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Photograph shows part of a pharmacy. There is a refridgerator and shelves that contain various prescription drugs and medical supplies Circa 1950

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Two men are preparing to give a rabbit an injection. They are standing in front of a blackboard and are probably performing a demonstration for a laboratory class Circa 1950

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Pharmacy counter with two chairs situated in front of it Circa 1950

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Students working in a laboratory Circa 1950

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A man is standing behind a pharmaceutical counter. He appears to be mixing a prescription Circa 1950

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Two men are standing in front of a picture of Memorial Hall. They are exchanging a piece of paper Circa 1950

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Duplicate of Image #32 - Two men are standing in front of a picture of Memorial Hall. They are exchanging a piece of paper Circa 1950

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Four female students are sitting in a sitting room or living room. The third woman from the left is wearing a pharmaceutical shirt/smock Circa 1950

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Three women are sitting on a couch Circa 1950

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A group of students and faculty in front of the Lilly Research Laboratories Building. Row 1: 1 - Ewen Gillis, 2 - Mrs. George Calico, 3 - George Calico, 4 - Alberta Long, 5 - Clifton Hurst, 6 - James Gaddis, 7 - A.E. Slesser, 8 - J.W. Miles, 9 - Sammie Pope, 10 - Henry Boswell; Row 2: 1 - Mrs. James Jefferson, 2 - James Jefferson, 3 - Clifford Specht, 4 - Bill Edwards, 5 - Bill Benjamin, 6 - Max Kreitman, 7 - Mrs. Burl Whitt, 8 - James Sims, 9 - Joe Russell; Row 3: 1 - Mrs. Leslie Reed, 2 - James Ely, 3 - Bob Hardy, 4 - Jim Fethe, 5 - Marvin Greenwald, 6 - Carol Sharpe, 7 - Don Robinson; Row 4: 1 - Leslie Reed, 2 - Mrs. Frances M. Bard, 3 - Frances M. Bard, 4 - Myles Davidson, 5 - John B. Hensley, 6 - Burl Whitt, 7 - Richard Manuel; Row 5: 1 - Earl Houchins, 2 - Mrs. Earl Houchins, 3 - Ollie Emerine, 4 - Mrs. Ollie Emerine, 5 - Mrs. James Montgomery, 6 - James Montgomery, 7 - Eugene Miller, 8 - Arnold Parris, 9 - Mrs. bill McKnight, 10 - Mrs. Richard Manuel; Row 6: 1 - Mrs. Lowe, 2…

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A group of men. One of the men is holding a basketball trophy. The group appears to be made up of pharmacy students. They were the 1950-51 YMCA City Champions. Row 1: 1 - Terry Grant, 2 - R.H. Stone, 3 - Jack Freeland, 4 - James L. Gaddis; 2: 1 - Dean Slone, 2 - Don Spoonamore, 3 - Robert Kimbrell, 4 - Bob Hardy, 5 - Ralph Boyd; Row 3: 1 - Henry Boswell, 2 - Wilfred Duncan, 3 - Rex Haile 1951

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Duplicate of Image # 36 - A group of men. One of the men is holding a basketball trophy. The group appears to be made up of pharmacy students. They were the 1950-51 YMCA City Champions. Row 1: 1 - Terry Grant, 2 - R.H. Stone, 3 - Jack Freeland, 4 - James L. Gaddis; 2: 1 - Dean Slone, 2 - Don Spoonamore, 3 - Robert Kimbrell, 4 - Bob Hardy, 5 - Ralph Boyd; Row 3: 1 - Henry Boswell, 2 - Wilfred Duncan, 3 - Rex Haile 1951

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The manufacturing pharmacy in the General Hospital. There are various machines lining the walls 1951

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Duplicate of Image #37 - The manufacturing pharmacy in the General Hospital. There are various machines lining the walls 1951

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A group of students and faculty in front of the Park, Davis, and Company Home Laboratories in Detroit, Michigan. Row 1: 1 - Parris, 2 - Butler, 3 - Slesser, 4 - Gaddis, 5 - Gillis, 6 - Slone, 7 - Long, 8 - Hurst, 9 - Sharpe, 10 - Mayhugh, 11 - Fethe; Row 2: 1 - Salzer, 2 - Unknown, 3 - Shelton; Row 3: 1 - Pope, 2 - Kilgore, 3 - Calvert, 4 - Kimbrell, 5 - Brazzell, 6 - Heeb, 7 - Whitt, 8 - Duncan, Wilfred, 9 - Smith, 10 - Spoonamore, 11 - Freeland, 12 - Hensley, 13 - Chance; Row 4: 1 - Bivin; Row 5: 1 - Duncan, A.B., 2 - Parrott, 3 - McKnight, 4 - Elliott, 5 - Glenn, 6 - Corum, 7 - Miranda, 8 - McKenzie, 9 - Conrad, 10 - Kahn, 11 - Figa, 12 - Stamper; Row 6: 1 - Berry, 2 - Bush, 3 - Duncan, J.W., 4 - Fingerle, 5 - Kreitman, 6 - Zeiden, 7 - Miller, 8 - McEvoy, 9 - Monroe 1952, May

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A group of men and women standing in front of a building. There is a sign in front of the group that says "Upjohn." It may have been a student trip to visit the Upjohn Company 1952

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Duplicate of Image #39 - A group of men and women standing in front of a building. There is a sign in front of the group that says "Upjohn." It may have been a student trip to visit the Upjohn Company 1952

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A group of men and women standing in front of a building. There is a sign in front of the group that says "Upjohn." It may have been a student trip to visit the Upjohn Company. Row 1: 1 - Leslie Bivin, 2 - Lawrence Salzer, 3 - Leonard Kilgore, 4 - Pope Sammie, 5 - Dr. Gaddis, 6 - Dr. Gillis, 7 - Dean Slone, 8 - Dr. Slesser, 9 - Butler, 10 - Frederick Heed; Row 2: 1 - William Shelton, 2 - Kenneth Calvert, 3 - Marvin Berry, 4 - Leonard Stamper, 5 - Wilfred Duncan, 6 - Jack Freeland, 7 - Burl Whitt, 8 - Robert Conrad, 9 - Ralph Fingerle; Row 3: 1 - Robert Kimbrell, 2 - John Brazzell, 3 - Meyer D. Kreitman, 4 - Melvin Zeiden, 5 - James McKenzie, 6 - James Fethe, 7 - Norris Glen, 8 - Eugene Miller, 9 - Donald Spoonamore, 10 - A.B. Duncan; Row 4: 1 - Alberta Long, 2 - Clifton Hurst, 3 - Edward Kahn, 4 - Arnold Parris, 5 - Sidney Figa, 6 - Donald McEvoy, 7 - Don Smith, 8 -Ben Bush, 9 - Elba Miranda; Row 5: 1 - Tommy Mayhugh, 2 - Carol Sharpe, 3 - John Hensley, 4 - James Parrott, 5 - Joe…

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Duplicate of Image #40 - A group of men and women standing in front of a building. There is a sign in front of the group that says "Upjohn." It may have been a student trip to visit the Upjohn Company. Row 1: 1 - Leslie Bivin, 2 - Lawrence Salzer, 3 - Leonard Kilgore, 4 - Pope Sammie, 5 - Dr. Gaddis, 6 - Dr. Gillis, 7 - Dean Slone, 8 - Dr. Slesser, 9 - Butler, 10 - Frederick Heed; Row 2: 1 - William Shelton, 2 - Kenneth Calvert, 3 - Marvin Berry, 4 - Leonard Stamper, 5 - Wilfred Duncan, 6 - Jack Freeland, 7 - Burl Whitt, 8 - Robert Conrad, 9 - Ralph Fingerle; Row 3: 1 - Robert Kimbrell, 2 - John Brazzell, 3 - Meyer D. Kreitman, 4 - Melvin Zeiden, 5 - James McKenzie, 6 - James Fethe, 7 - Norris Glen, 8 - Eugene Miller, 9 - Donald Spoonamore, 10 - A.B. Duncan; Row 4: 1 - Alberta Long, 2 - Clifton Hurst, 3 - Edward Kahn, 4 - Arnold Parris, 5 - Sidney Figa, 6 - Donald McEvoy, 7 - Don Smith, 8 -Ben Bush, 9 - Elba Miranda; Row 5: 1 - Tommy Mayhugh, 2 - Carol Sharpe, 3 - John Hensley, 4…

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Students and faculty on a stage during their trip to Abbot Laboratories. Row 1: 1 - Freeland, 2 - Kimbrell, 3 - Butler, 4 - Brazzell, 5 - McEvoy, 6 - Sharpe, 7 - Long, 8 - Pope, 9 - Stamper, 10 - Kahn, 11 - Kilgore, 12 - McKenzie, 13 - Zeiden; Row 2: 1 - Fingerle, 2 - Spoonamore, 3 - Shelton, 4 - Bivin, 5 - Glenn, 6 - Conrad, 7 - Heeb, 8 - Figa, 9 - Parris, 10 - Bush, 11 - Miranda, 12 - Hurst, 13 - Salzer, 14 - McKnight, 15 - Duncan, A.B.; Row 3: 1 - Gaddis, 2 - Elliott, 3 - Monroe, 4 - Smith, 5 - Miller, 6 - Fethe, 7 - Kreitman, 8 - Chance, 9 - Mayhugh, 10 - Duncan, J.W. 11 - Parrott; Row 4: 1 - Corum, 2 - Slone, 3 - Robinson, 4 - Slesser, 5 - Whitt, 6 - Calvert, 7 - Hensley, 8 - Duncan, Wilfred, 9 - Berry 1952

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Duplicate of Image # 41 - Students and faculty on a stage during their trip to Abbot Laboratories. Row 1: 1 - Freeland, 2 - Kimbrell, 3 - Butler, 4 - Brazzell, 5 - McEvoy, 6 - Sharpe, 7 - Long, 8 - Pope, 9 - Stamper, 10 - Kahn, 11 - Kilgore, 12 - McKenzie, 13 - Zeiden; Row 2: 1 - Fingerle, 2 - Spoonamore, 3 - Shelton, 4 - Bivin, 5 - Glenn, 6 - Conrad, 7 - Heeb, 8 - Figa, 9 - Parris, 10 - Bush, 11 - Miranda, 12 - Hurst, 13 - Salzer, 14 - McKnight, 15 - Duncan, A.B.; Row 3: 1 - Gaddis, 2 - Elliott, 3 - Monroe, 4 - Smith, 5 - Miller, 6 - Fethe, 7 - Kreitman, 8 - Chance, 9 - Mayhugh, 10 - Duncan, J.W. 11 - Parrott; Row 4: 1 - Corum, 2 - Slone, 3 - Robinson, 4 - Slesser, 5 - Whitt, 6 - Calvert, 7 - Hensley, 8 - Duncan, Wilfred, 9 - Berry 1952

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The guests of the Eli Lilly and Company standing in front of the Lilly Research Laboratories in Louisville, KY. Row 1: 1 - Charles Tucker, 2 - Mrs. Miles, 3 - J.W. Miles, 4 - E.Gillis, 5 - Tom Weisert, 6 - Richard Doughty, 7 - Jeannine Schreiber, 8 -, 9 -; Row 2: 1 - Mr. McIntosh, 2 - Mrs. McIntosh, 3 - Don Fritts, 4 - Ted Rau, 5 - Mrs. Rau; Row 3: 1 - James Holland, 2 - Roger Kilgus, 3 - Eddie Faulin, 4 - Bobby Sloan, 5 - Arza Amburgey, 6 - Bob Sandlin, 7 - Don Marsh, 8 - Herbert Betz, 9 - Donald Dick, 10 - Frank Southall; Row 4: 1 - Vernon Winkle, 2 - Joe Ernest, 3 - J.T. Oliver, 4 - Gerlad O'Daniel, 5 - Jay Koby, 6 - Don Stern, 7 - Hayward Spinks, 8 - Joseph Kitchen, 9 - Bob Curry; Row 5: 1 - Ralph Whitehead Jr., 2 - Eddie Holt, 3 - Terry Grant; Row 6: 1 - Hershel Weinberg, 2 - Bob Davis, 3 - George Campbell II, 4 - Lex Simmons, 5 - Fred Butzke; Row 7: 1 - Tom Kemp, 2 - Bob Waddell, 3 - Dick Thompson, 4 - Jim Lynch, 5 - Bill Spoo, 6 - Willard Wilson, 7 - Doyal Snider, 8 - Bernard…

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Students and faculty in front of the Abbott Laboratories. They are on a senior trip. Row 1: 1 - Hershel Weinburg, 2 - Dick Doughty, 3 - Mrs. Harold Schmalhausen, 4 - Harold Schmalhausen, 5 - Norman Horn, 6 - Robert Davis, 7 - Ralph E. Whitehead, 8 - Henry Seely Dunbar; Row 2: 1 - Edward Reid Holt, 2 - William Walker; Row 3: 1 - Steely Rodgers, 2 - Mrs. Steely Rodgers, 3 - Mrs. William Walker, 4 - Mrs. Farrell Richardson, 5 - Farrell Richardson, 6 - Mrs. Chas. Otto, 7 - Billy Joe Earwood, 8 - Mrs. Billy Joe Earwood; Row 4: 1 - Mrs. Don Hill, 2 - James W. Lynch, 3 - Mrs. James W. Lynch, 4 - Mrs. George Taylor, 5 - George Taylor, 6 - Chas. Otto's daughter; Row 5: 1 - Mr. Moss, 2 - Gerald Meit, 3 - Bill Zobred, 4 - Don Hill, 5 - George Gaines, 6 - Mrs. Robert Curry, 7 - Robert Curry, 8 - Mrs. Spalding, 9 - Chas. Otto, 10 - Donald Dick, 11 - Judge Hubbard's daughter, 12 - Mrs. Jesse Hubbard, 13 - Judge Hubbard; Row 6: 1 - Burton, 2 - Tom Edd Holmes, 3 - Lloyd Masters, 4 - Ralph Boyd, 5…

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Duplicate of Image #43 - Students and faculty in front of the Abbott Laboratories. They are on a senior trip. Row 1: 1 - Hershel Weinburg, 2 - Dick Doughty, 3 - Mrs. Harold Schmalhausen, 4 - Harold Schmalhausen, 5 - Norman Horn, 6 - Robert Davis, 7 - Ralph E. Whitehead, 8 - Henry Seely Dunbar; Row 2: 1 - Edward Reid Holt, 2 - William Walker; Row 3: 1 - Steely Rodgers, 2 - Mrs. Steely Rodgers, 3 - Mrs. William Walker, 4 - Mrs. Farrell Richardson, 5 - Farrell Richardson, 6 - Mrs. Chas. Otto, 7 - Billy Joe Earwood, 8 - Mrs. Billy Joe Earwood; Row 4: 1 - Mrs. Don Hill, 2 - James W. Lynch, 3 - Mrs. James W. Lynch, 4 - Mrs. George Taylor, 5 - George Taylor, 6 - Chas. Otto's daughter; Row 5: 1 - Mr. Moss, 2 - Gerald Meit, 3 - Bill Zobred, 4 - Don Hill, 5 - George Gaines, 6 - Mrs. Robert Curry, 7 - Robert Curry, 8 - Mrs. Spalding, 9 - Chas. Otto, 10 - Donald Dick, 11 - Judge Hubbard's daughter, 12 - Mrs. Jesse Hubbard, 13 - Judge Hubbard; Row 6: 1 - Burton, 2 - Tom Edd Holmes, 3 - Lloyd…

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A group of students and faculty in front of the S.E. Massengill Laboratories. Row 1: 1 - Curry, Robert, 2 - Dick, Donald, 3 - Hill, Donald, 4 - Horn, Norman, 5 - Walker, william, 6 - Raines, Robert, 7 - Holt, Edward; Row 2: 1 - Winkle, Vernon, 2 - Grant, Terry, 3 - Meers, David P.; Row 3: 1 - Unknown, 2 - Bilotta, Thomas, 3 - Bronner, Robert, 4 - Holmes, Tom Ed, 5 - Hyman, Bernard, 6 - Meit, Gerald, 7 - Taylor, George, 8 - Unknown, 9 - Unknown; Row 4: 1 - Unknown, 2 - Holland, James, 3 - Lichtefeld, Robert, 4 - Wilborn, A. Byron, 5 - Snider, Edwin Doyal, 6 - Kemp, Thomas, 7 - Dr. Slesser; Row 5: 1 - Carter V. Lloyd, Massengill Representative, 2 - Whitehead, Ralph, 3 - McKinney, Thurman Ray, 4 - Masters, Lloyd, 5 - Rodgers, Steely, 6 - Wilson, Willard; Row 6: 1 - Hensley, John, 2 - Lynch, James, 3 - Spalding, Edwin, 4 - Gaines, George, 5 - Spoo, William 6 - Boyd, Ralph, 7 - Dr. Gills 1953

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Duplicate of Image #44 - A group of students and faculty in front of the S.E. Massengill Laboratories. Row 1: 1 - Curry, Robert, 2 - Dick, Donald, 3 - Hill, Donald, 4 - Horn, Norman, 5 - Walker, william, 6 - Raines, Robert, 7 - Holt, Edward; Row 2: 1 - Winkle, Vernon, 2 - Grant, Terry, 3 - Meers, David P.; Row 3: 1 - Unknown, 2 - Bilotta, Thomas, 3 - Bronner, Robert, 4 - Holmes, Tom Ed, 5 - Hyman, Bernard, 6 - Meit, Gerald, 7 - Taylor, George, 8 - Unknown, 9 - Unknown; Row 4: 1 - Unknown, 2 - Holland, James, 3 - Lichtefeld, Robert, 4 - Wilborn, A. Byron, 5 - Snider, Edwin Doyal, 6 - Kemp, Thomas, 7 - Dr. Slesser; Row 5: 1 - Carter V. Lloyd, Massengill Representative, 2 - Whitehead, Ralph, 3 - McKinney, Thurman Ray, 4 - Masters, Lloyd, 5 - Rodgers, Steely, 6 - Wilson, Willard; Row 6: 1 - Hensley, John, 2 - Lynch, James, 3 - Spalding, Edwin, 4 - Gaines, George, 5 - Spoo, William 6 - Boyd, Ralph, 7 - Dr. Gills 1953

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The guests at the Park-Davis Home Laboratories in Detroit, Michigan. The potograph was taken in front of the Parke-Davis and Company building 1954, April

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Duplicate of Image #45 - The guests at the Parke-Davis Home Laboratories in Detroit, Michigan. The potograph was taken in front of the Parke-Davis and Company building 1954, April

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A group of students from the College of Pharmacy standing in front of the Park-Davis Home Laboratories in Detriot, Michigan 1954, April

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A group of men and women on a stage. The photograph is from a trip to Abbott Laboratories 1954

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Duplicate of Image #47 - A group of men and women on a stage. The photograph is from a trip to Abbott Laboratories 1954

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Photograph of Professor C. Beck 1954

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Duplicate of Image #48 - Photograph of Professor C. Beck 1954

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Photograph of Professor Ewen Gillis 1954

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The Alpha Xi Chapter of the Rho Chi National Pharmaceutical Honorary Society. Both faculty and students can be members of the Society. Students are sitting (row 1), and faculty are standing (row 2). Row 1: Watson, Self, Shaw, Crecelius, Gaines, Hopkins; Row 2: Breckinridge, Glasser, Slone, Lesshaft, Rehburg; This photograph appeared in the 1955 Kentuckian 1955

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The Alpha Beta Chapter of the Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Both students and faculty are pictured. This photograph appeared in the 1955 Kentuckian. Row 1: Walker, Lippert, Kennedy, Wilham, Huff, Hurst, Decker, Mallory, Sullivan, Powell, Simmons; Row 2: Laswell, Elam, O'Daniel, Williams, Jones, Henderson, Reynolds, Sims, Gaines, Mabrey, Starky; Row 3: Shrader, Rick, Schad, Fowler, Feeney, Schutte, Waters, Durbin, Zuberer, Rehburg, Phillips, Breckinridge; Row 4: Dean Slone, Mudd, Thurman, Smith, Riley, Grugin, Meyer, Pardee, Stober, Whitfield 1955

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Duplicate of Image #51 - The Alpha Beta Chapter of the Phi Delta Chi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. Both students and faculty are pictured. This photograph appeared in the 1955 Kentuckian. Row 1: Walker, Lippert, Kennedy, Wilham, Huff, Hurst, Decker, Mallory, Sullivan, Powell, Simmons; Row 2: Laswell, Elam, O'Daniel, Williams, Jones, Henderson, Reynolds, Sims, Gaines, Mabrey, Starky; Row 3: Shrader, Rick, Schad, Fowler, Feeney, Schutte, Waters, Durbin, Zuberer, Rehburg, Phillips, Breckinridge; Row 4: Dean Slone, Mudd, Thurman, Smith, Riley, Grugin, Meyer, Pardee, Stober, Whitfield 1955

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Photograph of Professor C.A. Walton 1955

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Photograph of Professor Joseph M. Kitchen 1955

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Image number 54 wasn't assigned to this collection. Please see image 55 for the next print in the collection undated

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Photograph of Professor W.F. Rehberg 1955

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A group of men and women from the College of Pharmacy are standing in front of the Eli Lilly and Company Research Laboratories Building 1971, October

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Photographic Negatives

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This is a photographic negative of Image #32 Circa 1950

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Negative; Shows the Sophomore Reception that was held in the library. Gayle Marshall, at punch bowl; Laura Roddie; Dr. Arthur Glasser, Professor; James Reeb; Sam Dawson 1954, September 17

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Shows the Sophomore Reception that was held at the library. Gayle Marshall, at punch bowl; Laura Roddie; Dr. Arthur Glasser, Professor; James Reeb; Sam Dawson 1954, September 17

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Two connected negatives that show a group of men posing with a basketball and two trophies. Basketball team consisting of pharmacy students 1955

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