About the Purdue Pharmacist
The Purdue Pharmacist has been published continuously since
1924. It chronicles the history of what is now named the School
of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences from its early years to the
present, varying over time between student and faculty editors. Major
innovations developed by the faculty were often reported alongside
student and alumni achievements and other campus activities pertaining
to the school. The early issues, with a photograph of the school
building on the cover, provide a historical image of how the
campus has changed. The journal itself offers a visual timeline
of the long history of the school from the initial use of text and
pen and ink drawings to full color photographs
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There are numerous people that have been involved with several
of the collections.Vicki Killion provided the inspiration for this
project that has lead to this product. Jan Addison has insured that
the final quality checks were done and managed the metadata for each
of the projects. Kathryn
Fuhs and Divine Eguzouwa have spent countless hours scanning thePurdue