A Contribution to Western Pennsylvania Pharmacy

A History of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy 1878-1958

Appendix V - Disjecta Membra

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Letters in Favor of the Edmonds Bill Having for its Object the Securing of an "Army Pharmaceutical Corps"

House of Representatives, U.S.

Washington, D.C.

M. Clyde Kelly
30th Dist. Pa.

December 6, 1917.

Mr. B. E. Pritchard,
Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy,
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Dear Friend Pritchard:

I am in receipt of yours of December 4.

I am strongly in favor of the Edmonds bill, and in fact have been urging the War Department to take such action without legislative enactment. I intend to do everything possible to secure the passage of this measure.

Assuring you that it is a pleasure to do this service for you, and with every good wish, I am

Yours,
s/ M. Clyde Kelly

House of Representatives, U.S.

Washington, D.C.

Guy E. Campbell
32d Dist. Pennsylvania

Committees:
Labor
Immigration
Patents
Enrolled Bills

December 7th, 1917.

Mr. B. E. Pritchard,
Secretary, Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy,
Pittsburgh, Pa.

My dear Mr. Pritchard:

I have for acknowledgment your favor of the 4th instant, calling my attention to a proposed bill to be introduced by Hon. G. W. Edmonds, having for its object the securing of an "Army Pharmaceutical Corps." I shall be glad to support this bill when it comes up for consideration

Very sincerely,
s/ Guy E. Campbell

Committee on Mines and Mining

House of Representatives

Washington, D.C.

Dec. 7th, 1917.

Mr. B. E. Pritchard,
University of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, Penna.

My dear Sir:

I have before me your letter of the 4th requesting my support of the Bill providing for an "Army Pharmaceutical Corps" and assure you I will give my consideration of this bill when it comes before the House for decision.

Sincerely yours, s/ MM. Garland

Stephen G. Porter
29th Dist. Pennsylvania

House of Representatives, U.S.

Washington, D.C.

December 6th, 1917.

Mr. B. E. Pritchard, Secretary
Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy
Cor. Bluff and Pride and Vickroy Sts.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.

My dear Mr. Pritchard:

I have your letter of the 4th instant, calling my attention to the bill introduced by Hon. George W. Edmonds, having for its object the securing of "An Army Pharmaceutical Corps."

I shall be pleased to vote for the passage of this bill, and hope that opportunity will present itself, so that I can lend to it both my vote and influence.

Yours very truly
s/ Stephen G. Porter

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