A Contribution to Western Pennsylvania Pharmacy

A History of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy 1878-1958

Appendix V - Disjecta Membra

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Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy

Location, Cor. of Market & Water Sts.

The object of this school is to impart to students a thorough Pharmaceutical and Chemical education of the highest standard, and at the same time fit them for passing the examinations of the Board of Pharmacy.

Practical Instruction. - Complete laboratories have been fitted up, for practical work by each student in Pharmacy, Chemistry, Microscopy and Pharmacognosy, thus applying "manual training" as fully as possible to the study of Pharmacy.

Graded Course. - Juniors and Seniors taught separately.

Length of Term. - The College session begins the first of October, and closes the last day of March, with a Christmas vacation.

Send for announcement, giving particulars.

Address: Dean, Julius A. Koch, PH.G., Pittsburgh, Pa.


Julius A. Koch, PH.G., Professor of Pharmacy.

Hugo Blanck, PH.D., Professor of Chemistry.

Adolph Koenig, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Botany.

Dean of the College, Julius A. Koch, PH.G.

Roster for Session of 1891 - 92
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday
  Junior Senior Junior
1:30 - 2:30 Botany Pharmacy Botany
2:30 - 3:30 Chemistry Chemistry Pharmacy
Time Thursday Friday Saturday
  Senior Senior Junior
1:30 - 2:30 Materia Medica Materia Medica Chemistry
2:30 - 3:30 Pharmacy Chemistry Pharmacy