American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Records, 1871-1885, 1900-2002

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Title: American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Records
Inclusive Dates: 1871-1885, 1900-2002

  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Call Number: Mss 293; Audio 1256A; DD 923; PH 4594; PH 4595; M2002-113; M2003-055; M2004-122; M2004-249

Quantity: 66.2 c.f. (168 archives boxes), 5 tape recordings, and 1 film; plus additions of 13.8 c.f., 74 photographs, and 1 videorecording

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Records of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), an organization whose aim is to improve and promote pharmaceutical education and research, and provide leadership among constituent colleges. The collection also includes papers of two predecessor organizations, the Conference of Schools of Pharmacy and the American Conference of Pharmaceutical Faculties. Materials consist of correspondence, minutes, programs, proposals, reports, questionnaires and survey data, mailings, and other papers. They document the Association's annual meetings and conferences, governmental liaison work, committees and task forces, seminars, enrollment, funding and curricula interests, surveys, studies, and special projects such as pharmacy manpower, recruitment, and related topics. Also included are the records of the Study Commission on Pharmacy, chaired by Dr. John Millis, which was sponsored by the association.

Language: English

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