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Waring Historical Library Artifact Collection

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School of Pharmacy Plaque
School of Pharmacy Plaque 0.25 x 16.5 x 14". Iron plaque with shield-like shape that reads, "School of Pharmacy 4th Floor". This plaque was used while the College of Pharmacy was still considered a "school". Commemorative and association items.
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Pill Tile
Pill Tile 0.25x10x8.Drug Compounding:Pill tile.Ceramic tile with black measurement markings along the side.
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Pill Coater
Pill Coater 4 x 2.25 x 2.25. Footed oval shaped wooden object.
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Wampole's Phospholecithin with Strychnine
Wampole's Phospholecithin with Strychnine 8.5 x 3.5 x 2.5. Clear glass bottle with a plastic screw top ,light orange paper label and with brown text, and liquid inside. Housed in a light orange paper box with brown text.
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TR. Sanguin Bottle
TR. Sanguin Bottle Clear glass tincture bottle with glass stopper and glass label adhered to bottle that reads "Tr. Sanguin."
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Dr. Bowen's Blood Tonic
Dr. Bowen's Blood Tonic 6.5"x 2"x 2" Glass bottle, cork stopper with paper label with photograph.
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Mortar and Pestle
Mortar and Pestle 4.5x6x5.25. 1.75x9x1.75.Drug Compounding:Mortar and pestle.Large brass mortar and pestle. Brass mortar and pestles were used up until the Eighteenth in the compounding of medications until it was found that the containers produced tiny flakes of metal in the prescriptions. The brass was replaced by wedgwood mortars and wooden pestles.
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Ipecac
Ipecac 6.5 x 2.25 x 2.25. Clear glass salt top bottle with recessed glass label, powder visible inside bottle.
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Poison Bottle
Poison Bottle 8.25 x 2.25 x 2. Cobalt blue glass bottle shaped like a coffin with rough edges and a cork stopper.
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Sago & Cologne
Sago & Cologne 14.5 x 5.25 x 5.25, 15 x 5.25 x 5.25. Two clear glass bottles one salt top and the other tincture, both with recessed glass labels.
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Nux Vomica
Nux Vomica 12.25 x 4.5 x 4.5. Clear glass salt top bottle with adhered glass label reading "Ground Nux Vomica"
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Powder Folder
Powder Folder 4 x 3.5 x 3. Metal object with moveable flaps
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Podophyllin Pills
Podophyllin Pills 3.25 x 1.25 x 0.75. Brown glass bottle with cork stopper, pills visible inside bottle.
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Ferr. Citras
Ferr. Citras 6.5 x 3.5 x 3.5" Drug packaging: Container: Jar. English creamware jar with adhered glass label.
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Tr. Digital
Tr. Digital 10.25 x 3.5 x 3" Drug packaging: Container: Jar. Glass square tincture bottle with recessed glass label and glass stopper. Digitalin is a heart medication derived from the Digitalis genus of plants. The use of digitalin dates to 1785, and it is still used today.
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Fluid Extract of Taraxacum NF
Fluid Extract of Taraxacum NF 5.5 x 2.2 inches. Brown glass bottle with green paper label and black plastic screw top, liquid inside.
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Pill Tile
Pill Tile 0.25 x 10 x 8 inches. Clear glass with a green tint and measurement etchings along the side.
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Sang. Draconic
Sang. Draconic 6.75 x 4 x 4. 6.75 x 4 x 4 White English creamware container with painted label.
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Co. Cubeb Lozenges
Co. Cubeb Lozenges 11.5 x 3 x 3" Drug packaging: Container: Jar. Clear glass with adhered gold, pink, and green glass label.
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Frog in Your Throat Lozenges
Frog in Your Throat Lozenges 2.75 x 0.75 x 1.25" Drugs: Patent, Proprietary, OTC. Green and blue paper box with frog displayed.