“Ethical Displays”: AIHP’s Frank Pinchak Poster Collection & the History of Public Health Information

Editor’s Note: From the Collections highlights articles, artifacts, images, and other items of interest from publications and historical collections of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (AIHP). In this post, Points Managing Editor and AIHP Head Archivist Greg Bond describes the Institute’s Frank Pinchak Poster Collection. “Records indicate that over 90 MILLION AMERICANS stillContinue reading ““Ethical Displays”: AIHP’s Frank Pinchak Poster Collection & the History of Public Health Information”

Drugstores and the Color Line: Remembering Pharmacies as Sites of the Civil Rights Movement

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of Points posts during February in honor of Black History Month. Today’s article comes from managing editor Greg Bond, the Assistant Director of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy and the Senior Editor of History of Pharmacy and Pharmaceuticals. On August 6, 1894, AbrahamContinue reading “Drugstores and the Color Line: Remembering Pharmacies as Sites of the Civil Rights Movement”

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