Collection VC015 - Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Noted Hospitals Prints

University of California Medical Center. University of Colorado School of Medicine in its Early Days. Emory University School of Medicine (Formerly Atlanta Medical College), Atlanta, GA. University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. House of Mercy Hospital, 1874, Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Wayne University College of Medicine (Formerly Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery), Detroit,... Missouri Baptist Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Joseph Hospital, Syracuse, New York. Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson City, N.Y. Schenectady Free Dispensary (original source of the present Ellis Hospital), Schenectady, New York. Troy Hospital, Troy, New York. Buffalo Hospital of the Sisters of Charity, Buffalo, N.Y. (Old Sisters Hospital, Pearl Place). Millard Fillmore Hospital (Formerly Buffalo Homeopathic Hospital). Buffalo General Hospital. Albany Medical School and Albany Hospital, Albany, N.Y. (Entrance to Albany Medical School showin... Memorial Hospital (Albany City Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary, 1875), Albany, N.Y. University of Buffalo School of Medicine, Buffalo, N.Y. (1846-1849). Edward J. Meyer Memorial Hospital (Formerly Ernest Wende Hospital), Buffalo, New York. St. Elizabeth Hospital, Dayton, Ohio. Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Noted Hospitals Prints


  • ca. 1940 (Creation)


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This collection consists of 23 advertising pamphlets featuring color illustrations of historical medical facitilities in the United States. The pamphlets were distributed by Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc., of Summit, New Jersey to advertise several drugs created by the company.

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  • English

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  • Latin

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