Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association Volumes 1-7, January 1940 - December 1946 (7 volumes)
Place Published: Washington DC
Publisher: American Pharmaceutical Association
Date Published: 1940-1946
Edition: Practical Pharmacy Edition
Book Id: 37964
Small quartos [26 cm] Three of the volumes consist of the original issues and their wraps bound in olive green cloth covered boards with gilt stamped titles on the spines, and 4 of the volumes are bound in darker green cloth covered boards with gilt stamped titles on the spines. Illustrated. Very good. The pages in the volumes 4-7 are mildly rippled. The pages of volume 5 have areas of light damp staining, and they are more heavily rippled.
Subjects include Alcoholic Content of Pharmaceutical Preparation, Insecticides in the Drug Store, How Training in Pharmacology Helps the Retail Druggist in the Successful Practice of His Profession, Psoriasis, Public Health Service Suggests Formulas for Fungus Infections, Ointment for Protection Against Sunburn, Use and Misuse of Vitamins, and much more. "The American pharmacist occupies a position of unique responsibility and unusual opportunity in the health resources of the nation. In most communities the 'corner drugstore' becomes the unofficial health center of the neighborhood and the pharmacist is looked upon as the health adviser and guide of many of his patrons. How well he serves as adviser and guide determines to no small degree the success he attains in his profession." -Page 67, Volume V, No. 3, March 1944