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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Ben Z. Grenald (formerly Greenwald) Family papers

Identifier: 2021_085-UA
Content Description Ben Grenald, member of the Louisville Jewish Greenwald family, spent most of his childhood and youth in Louisville. His family papers consist of photos, correspondence, clippings, public school documents, Louisville College of Pharmacy 1942 commencement items, and materials related to his family’s automobile sales and supply business. There is also an unedited transcript of a 2000 oral history interview with Ben by the Jewish Museum of Florida that includes recollections of Grenald’s...
Dates: circa 1928-2000

Cary prescription and recipe book

Identifier: KORN357
Scope and Contents

Handwritten book of prescriptions and recipes believed to have belonged to George H. Cary, a Louisville druggist from 1827 until a few years before his death in 1886.

Dates: 1827-1886

Henry J. Vonderbeck papers

Identifier: KORN114
Scope and Contents

Handwritten, once bound, collection of formulae includes treatments for a variety of human ailments and symptoms, the pharmacist recorded prescriptions for horses and chickens, for tooth powder, tobacco flavorings, creosote, gin, ginger beer, ink, rat paste, washing soda, diamond cement, and cologne.

Dates: 1876-1890