elcome to the Lloyd Library and Museum

The Library holds, acquires, preserves, and provides access to both historic and current books and journals, as well as archival materials, on a wide variety of disciplines that fall under the following subjects:

  • natural history
  • botany
  • pharmacy
  • medicine
  • scientific history
  • visual arts

Lloyd's resources are in fact an eclectic blend of a host of related sciences. Despite the scientific focus, the collections have relevance to the humanities, such as visual arts and foreign languages through resources that feature botanical illustrations, original artworks, and travel literature. While the Lloyd Library is not a publicly funded institution, it is open to any and all persons interested in using the Lloyd's research collections, as well as to those interested in current Lloyd art and collections exhibits. Please contact the Lloyd in advance of your visit to determine how and if we can assist you. We invite you to explore this unique establishment. For a complete list of guidelines for using the library, click here.

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Lloyd News

new item "If Wine is Sublime..." opens to the public September 15, 2014. Can't make the show? Check out the online gallery

Lloyd Library is rasing funds through Power2Give for a bicycle rack called the "SpiceRack" at the Lloyd. Read about the project and donate here!
bicycle

new item New programs available at the Lloyd - presentation on the Black Death for Ohio 7th graders and have JOHN URI LLOYD at your next event!

New LLM Board member named

Curtis Gates Lloyd 2014-15 Fellowship Awardees Announced

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Today in the History of Pharmacy, Medicine, Botany, and related sciences
September 19-21
September 19 bullet 1759, born, William Kirby, English entomologist (d. 1850), an original member of the Linnaean Society and the father of entomology, the study of insects. bullet 1995, died, Orville Redenbacher, American botanist and businessman (b. 1907). / September 20 bullet 1842, born, James Dewar, Scottish chemist (d. 1923), best known for creation of the "Dewar flask" used for storage of liquified gases. bullet 1884, died, Leopold Fitzinger, Austrian zoologist (b.1802), known for his work in reptilian classification. / September 21 bullet 1645, born, Louis Joliet, Canadian explorer (d. 1700), one of the first Europeans to map the Mississippi River. bullet 1866, born, Charles Nicolle, French bacteriologist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (d. 1936), for his identification of lice as a transmitter of epidemic typhus. bullet 1906, born, Henry Beachell, American plant breeder (d. 2006), credited with the research that led to development of hybrid rice that has saved millions from starvation. bullet 2004, died, Barry Noble Wakeman, American naturalist and educator (b. 1939), who spent 20+ years at the Cincinnati Zoo as Director of Education.
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