. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. â. *â **, SZIBTO «⢠%* i '** i .«& H| H 0 Figure 24.âThe origins of drugs from the three natural kingdoms, drug synthesis, and the increase in the manufacture of vitamins. This display was completed in 1962 and is now on display at the Museum of History and Technology. (Smithsonian photo P6316.) drugs, such as tablet and capsule machines and drug mills and percolators. Recently, with the assistance of Professor Glenn Sonnedecker, the Division acquired a fine collection of pharmaceutical equipment and devices from the School of Pharmac

. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. â. *â **, SZIBTO «⢠%* i '** i .«& H| H 0 Figure 24.âThe origins of drugs from the three natural kingdoms, drug synthesis, and the increase in the manufacture of vitamins. This display was completed in 1962 and is now on display at the Museum of History and Technology. (Smithsonian photo P6316.) drugs, such as tablet and capsule machines and drug mills and percolators. Recently, with the assistance of Professor Glenn Sonnedecker, the Division acquired a fine collection of pharmaceutical equipment and devices from the School of Pharmac Stock Photo
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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. â. *â **, SZIBTO «⢠%* i '** i .«& H| H 0 Figure 24.âThe origins of drugs from the three natural kingdoms, drug synthesis, and the increase in the manufacture of vitamins. This display was completed in 1962 and is now on display at the Museum of History and Technology. (Smithsonian photo P6316.) drugs, such as tablet and capsule machines and drug mills and percolators. Recently, with the assistance of Professor Glenn Sonnedecker, the Division acquired a fine collection of pharmaceutical equipment and devices from the School of Pharmacy of the University of Wisconsin. Since the Division houses the largest collection of null, n<i medka in the country. .1 representative cross section of crude drugs will be displayed in alphabetical order as well as a display illustrating the role of cinchona and antimalarial drugs in the fight against disease. An exhibit will portray the "origin of drugs" from the three natural kingdoms, animal, vegetable, and mineral, together with synthetic drugs including the manufacture of vitamins. Plans are being made for an elaborate exhibit of weights and balances used in many countries through- out the centuries, their impact on accuracy of dosage and weighing ol drugs, and their use in the apothecary art. The Division will also display pictorial and printed materials, as well as artifacts from all periods and all countries. These collections are intended to help in presenting a more complete picture of the story of the medical sciences for educational purposes and re- search, and to increase man's knowledge in fighting disease and promoting health. Thus, from a few hundred specimens of crude dings in the Section of Materia Medica of 83 years ago, there has developed a Museum Division today which embraces the evolution of the health professions through the ages. This Division now has the largest collection in the Western Hemisphere of historical objects which arc

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