Francis Edward Stewart Papers, 1866-1938

Summary Information

Title: Francis Edward Stewart Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1866-1938

  • Stewart, Francis Edward, 1853-1941
Call Number: Mss 606

Quantity: 7.6 c.f. (19 archives boxes)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of a physician, pharmacist, and author who worked to establish standards for pharmaceutical preparations, change existing patent and trademark laws, and increase the level of cooperation between physicians and pharmacists. Stewart founded scientific departments at Parke, Davis and Company, Frederick Sterns and Company, and H.K. Mulford Company, and was active in numerous professional associations. The collection includes a large correspondence file and records pertaining to Stewart's employment, both as a physician and with pharmaceutical firms. It also contains correspondence, committee reports, articles, and research materials relating to Stewart's work with the American Medical Editors Association, the American Pharmaceutical Association, and the American Pharmacologic Society. There is a large amount of autobiographical material as well as many articles written by Stewart. Collection includes correspondence from Robert P. Fischelis, Henry T. Helmbold, Harold Lyons Hunt, William Williams Keen, James K. Stewart, and Theodore Weicker.

Language: English

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