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BULLETIN FOR THE HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY

Volume 25, Number 1, 2000

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TITLE Author Page
Number
MERCK IN AMERICA THE FIRST 70 YEARS
FROM FINE CHEMICALS TO PHARMACEUTICAL GIANT
Leon Gortler
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
1
A BRIEF HISTORY OF PFIZER CENTRAL RESEARCH Joseph G. Lombardino 10
THE METAMORPHOSIS OF SMITH-KLINE & FRENCH LABORATORIES
TO SMITH KLINE BEECHAM: 1925-1998
Glenn E. Ullyot, Barbara Hodsdon Ullyot, and Leo B. Slater 16
THE LIFE CYCLE OF STERLING DRUG, INC. Joseph C. Collins and John R. Gwilt 22
THE EARLY HISTORY OF PARKE-DAVIS AND COMPANY Milton L. Hoefle
Warner Lambert-Parke Davis
28
THE HUNGARIAN PHENOMENON IN ISRAELI SCIENCE Gabor Pallo
Hungarian Academy of Science
35
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF E. H. S. BAILEY TO THE DEVELOPMENT
OF PURE FOOD AND WATER LAWS IN KANSAS
Carolyn Bailey Berneking 43
DIE EDELGEBORNE JUNGFER ALCHYMIA
THE FINAL STAGE OF EUROPEAN ALCHEMY
Vladimir Karpenko
Charles University, Czech Republic
50
THE FIRST OIL WELL IN THE WORLD Fathi Habashi
Laval University
64
AUTHOR SALTZMAN RESPONDS   67
BOOK REVIEWS   68