Lloyd Art Collection - 1936

Materials in this portion of the Lloyd Library art collection were all items that were held by the Lloyd brothers or by the Library as of 1936, when John Uri Lloyd died. in most instances, these items are considered a bequest to the Library from the Lloyds and the provenance is otherwise unknown. Below is the brief version of the records in the collection, listing accession number, title, and other essential information. For a complete listing and full information, please download the pdf version of the inventory (best printed on 11x17 paper), which is fully searchable. Check back periodically as this collection may be updated on occasion.

Accession Number
Title of Object
Material(s)
Size h x w
Date of creation
Description
A1936.1.001
Untitled
Collage
48 x 36.2 cm
1904
Collage of five photographs of pharmaceutical implements, two botanical illustrations, and two images with captions. A sticker beneath the center image gives the dates "1904 & 1905"
A1936.1.002
University of Illinois School of Pharmacy, Class of 1907
Facsimile of Photograph
40.5 x 49.1 cm
1907
School of Pharmacy Composite: 8 faculty member in center encircled by decorative arabesqueing lines. Motto ("Pharmacia vera prevalebit" beneath. Student photographs surround.
A1936.1.003
Untitled
Paper
21.7 x 27.9 cm
1910
Brochure of seating arrangements for the 50th Anniversary Banquet of the Eclectic Medical Society. List of guests, tables, and location of sittings
A1936.1.004
Untitled
Photograph
33.8 x 26.1 cm
ND
Long-range photograph of event for the employees of Meyer Bros. Drug Company. People stand before 4 train cars emblazoned with these banners. Train station on left reads (partially) "ERAMEG HIGHLANDS."
A1936.1.005
Untitled
Photograph
23.6 x 12.3 cm
1909 (?)
Photograph of men and women seated in a stadium-style arrangement. Man in front row, center holds a banner that reads "Welcome MPA MPTA." Back is stamped with Whelpley's address, also pencil markings of date (1909) and instructions to return to C Jennings, 2608 Clifton Ave, St. Louis
A1936.1.006A
Untitled
Paper
16.2 x 21.3 cm
1910
Welcome Brochure for the 50th Anniversary Banquet of the Eclectic Medical Society. Front features title of event, date, and location enclosed in leafy/architectural frame. Inside lists guests of honor, committee of Arrangements, and the menu.
A1936.1.006B
Untitled
Paper
13.1 x 20.4 cm
1910
Commencement Program of the Eclectic Medical Society. List of graduates inside.
A1936.1.006C
Untitled
Paper
10.2 x 15.9 cm
1910
Drink Menu for the Eclectic Medical Alumni Dinner. Lists types of drinks, qts., and date/location of event
A1936.1.007
Eclectic Medical College, Class of 1928
Photograph mounted on cardboard
42.8 x 29.2 cm
1928
Composite for EMC class of 1928. Graduates in caps and gowns, faculty in plain clothes.
A1936.1.008A
Untitled
Paper with cord
12.9 x 21.6 cm
1901
Musical Program for the American Pharmaceutical Association. Inside lists singers and instrumentalists.
A1936.1.008B
Untitled
Paper with cord
12.9 x 21.6 cm
1901
Musical Program for the American Pharmaceutical Association. Inside lists singers and instrumentalists.
A1936.1.009
Board of Pharmacy Certificate
Paper
39.6 x 28.6 cm
1897
Certificate no. 4690 (UR) issued by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy to Alfred Hill. Dated, Signed, and embossed with seal
A1936.1.010
Listening to the Fairies
Cardstock/Heavy Paper
30.4 x 42.2 cm
ND
Cropped poster of a seated woman. She wears a light, draped dress and holds her left hand behind her ear. She sits on grass near a bird with its wings outstretched.
A1936.1.011
Eclectic Medical College Class of 1929
Photograph - Kodak Paper
42.3 x 30.5 cm
1929
Eclectic Medical College composite for the class of 1929. identifies faculty/graduates beneath each photo
A1936.1.012A
Atropa Belladonna
Ink and color on paper
21 x 32.5 cm
22 February 1925
Belladonna plant redrawn and colored from photograph. Plant in foreground, growing in natural environment. Flattened sense of spatial recession, trees behind belladonna.
A1936.1.012B
Untitled
Paper
11.4 x 3.7 cm
ND
Label for A1936.1.12A - Title, description, artist, donor
A1936.1.013A
John Bartram
Paint on cardboard
29.2 x 32 cm
1924?
Painted sketch of man (Bartram) standing in garden in front of a house. Holds a walking stick, wears blue jacket, red vest and trousers, and tricorner hat. Speaking to another man dressed in black. Text in pencil at the bottom cut off, reads partially "Be sure to," "John Bartram,"-all of ---M. Rollen(?)" Reverse has Ketterlinu sticker: "This sketch No. ___ is the property of Ketterlinus Lithographic Manufacturing Company, Arch and Fourth Streets, Philadelphia…Order No. O8608 Date 1/19/24
A1936.1.013B
John Bartram
Cardboard
9 x 10.3 cm
July 1924
Trading card-esque image of Bartram. IDs him as "America's First Botanist." Same image as 1936.1.13A. Reverse has Bartram's biography
A1936.1.014
Well-Known Botanist in Charge of Lloyd Library
Mounted newsprint
27.9 x 35.2 cm
ND
Mounted photograph of man (Prof. Walter H Aiken) removing book from shelf. Caption beneath identifies Aiken and tells of his appointment as Lloyd Library Librarian
A1936.1.015
John Uri Lloyd
Mounted Photograph
21.6 x 29.8 cm
1919
Portrait of John Uri Lloyd - wears glasses, suit and vest, tie with pin; matted and signed beneath photo "with kind regards, John Uri Lloyd, September twentysecond 1919"
A1936.1.016
Untitled - wrapped in brown paper labeled "Class of 1910"
Photograph mounted on cardboard
69.2 x 16.5 cm
1910
Photograph of men in suits before the Eclectic Medical College building on West Sixth Street. Men dressed in suits, some stand, others sit, still others in car on right side of image
A1936.1.017
Speers Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses Certificate
Ink and gold seal on paper
48 x 40 cm
1921
Certificate from Speers Memorial Hospital issued to Josephine Mary Hagemeyer. Image of school above text. Signed/dated/embossed with gold seal
A1936.1.018
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
28 x 35.5 (mounted)
ND
Photograph of mustachioed man in suit and tie…looks like a studio-style portrait. Signed "yours very truly J. ----- (Eilhorn?)"
A1936.1.019
Untitled
Photograph
27.8 x 35.5 cm
ND
Photograph of H. Shipley Fry - wears glasses, suit/vest, and tie, center part; signed LL "To my dear fried Professor John Uri Lloyd with admiration and love - H. Shipley Fry."
A1936.1.020
Untitled
Photograph signed with ink
25.5 x 33.8 cm
ND
Photograph of bald man, holding chair back. Wears suit/vest/tie, pocket square, pocket watch, and boutonniere. Signed LL "Yours AJ Conry(?)"
A1936.1.021
Untitled
Pencil on illustration board
50 x 37.5 cm
17 December 1933
Six pencil sketches of kittens on 1 board. Cats shown sleeping, sitting, standing, at play. Signed LR.
A1936.1.022A
Crucibulum Vulgare, Ind.
Photograph on cardboard with Ink
25.8 x 19.2 cm
ND
Enlarged photograph of crucibulum vulgare mushroom on straw/hay. Labeled below
A1936.1.022B
Agaricus (Panacolus) fimiputris Bull.
Photograph on cardboard with ink
25.6 x 19.9 cm
ND
Enlarged photograph of nine agaricus fimiputris mushrooms of varying sizes against white background
A1936.1.022C
Lycoperdon separaris Peck
Photograph on cardboard with ink
25.6 x 19.3 cm
ND
Enlarged photograph of 5 lycoperdon mushrooms
A1936.1.022D
Untitled - part of Mushroom series
Photograph of cardboard with ink
25.4 x 19.4 cm
ND
Enlarged photograph four varieties of mushroom (favolus canadensis(?), polyporno arcularsis, Agaricus (Pleurotus) sapidus, and Lentinus Lecomtei(?)
A1936.1.023
Untitled
Photograph mounted on construction paper, with ink
29.2 x 36.8 (with paper)
17 July 1919
Portrait of Curtis Gates Lloyd, age 60. Wears striped suit, round collared shirt, and printed tie. Mustache.
A1936.1.024A
Diploma from Reale Accademia di Agricoltura di Torino
Ink on paper
45 x 29.6 cm
20 December 1920
Diploma issued to Curtis Gates Lloyd, 1921 from the Reale Accademia di Agricoltura di Torino as foreign correspondent; signed, dated, and stamped
A1936.1.024B
Letter from Reale Accademia di Agricoltura di Torino
Ink on paper
21 x 27 cm
20 December 1920
Letter of congratulations to Curtis Lloyd for the diploma and nomination of "soci corrispondent esteri"
A1936.1.025
Portrait du Cadet de Gassicourt (Charles Louis de Gassicourt (1769-1824))
Paper
29.3 x 37.5 cm
ND
Reproduction of portrait of de Gassicourt, a French physician. Seated, leaning against stone structure in woods, wearing riding clothes
A1936.1.026
Untitled
Ink on newsprint, marked with pencil
11.7 x 17.3 cm
ND
Bearded pharmacist mixes turpentine and castor oil over mortar/pestle with skull and crossbones. A "blue mass pill of 1861" (mercury pill) is in the curio case behind him. "-2-" in UR
A1936.1.027
Arkansas Association of Pharmacists, Silver Anniversary May 15th 1907
Photograph
31.5 x 25.5 cm
15 May 1907
Figures in formal dress pose before Happy Hollow (McLeod's Amusement Park). Labeled in foreground
A1936.1.028
Untitled
Photograph
31.5 x 25.5 cm
ND
18 seated men on front steps of a building. Each wears formal attire and many have medals on left side of chest. Center figure obviously not looking at camera.
A1936.1.029
Untitled
Photograph mounted cardboard, pencil marks (as though to frame)
30.5 x 25.5 (with cardboard)
ND
Grouping of figures (mostly women) outside in front of architectural space. Each wears fancy hat. 2 children in front, group of 4 men off to right
A1936.1.030
Untitled
Ink on paper
14.1 x 18.1 cm
ND
Same depiction as in A1936.1.26
A1936.1.031
Untitled
Photograph
25.4 x 15.9 cm
ND
Group portrait - 38 men, 2 women; seated and standing
A1936.1.032
Untitled
Photograph
25.5 x 15.9 cm
ND
Same image as in A1936.1.29, but more closely cropped - can't see background/building, just close-up of group
A1936.1.033
Arkansas Association of Pharmacists, Silver Anniversary May 15th 1907
Photograph with pencil marks
35.5 x 27.8 cm
15 May 1907
Same image as A1936.1.27, but larger, with pencil marks to suggest cropping
A1936.1.034
Untitled
Photograph with pencil marks
35.5 x 27.8 cm
ND
Same image as A1936.1.28, but larger, with pencil marks to suggest cropping
A1936.1.035A
Model of Hahnemann Statue
Photograph
25.5 x 20.3 cm
after 1900
Photograph of memorial in Washington, DC dedicated to Samuel Hahnemann. Statue of Hahnemann in center in front of a circling wall with four reliefs of his life (student with books, chemist in lab, teacher in lecture hall, physician at bedside). Phrase on pedestal translates to "like cures the like," homeopathic principle
A1936.1.035B
Homeopathy Display in the Division of Medicine, U.S. National Museum
Photograph
25.5 x 20.3 cm
ND
Photograph the Homeopathy display - case has bottles, plaques, and images
A1936.1.036
Dr. Jesse K Bailey, MD
Photograph
20.3 x 25.3 cm
ND
Photograph of Dr. Bailey, President of National Eclectic Medical Association (1940); also served as treasurer. Wears coat and tie against studio backdrop; notes in pencil on back for re-coloring(?)
A1936.1.037
Type of Birch Oil Still Used in the Mountains of North Carolina
Collage - Photograph and Text Panel mounted/taped together
40.8 x 26.9 cm
ND
Photograph of a Birch Oil Distillation display in the Medical Division of the National Museum in Washington, D.C. Model in case on left, and right is a copy of the explanatory text.
A1936.1.038
Brandt Discovering Phosphorus, 1630
Ink on paper, mounted on cardboard
26.8 x 35.2 cm with mat
ND
Man in turban in Robe stands before table with glass bottles. His left hand is raised. Behind him to right, a stove of sorts holds a glass beaker which illuminates the composition. Below, on mat it is labeled with "Wm. R. Warner and Co., Phosphorus Pills, 1870"
A1936.1.039
John Uri Lloyd
Photograph
34.8 x 47.7 cm with cardboard mat
14 December 1933
Lloyd seated in 3/4 presentation. Wears glasses, striped suit, spotted tie. Labeled beneath "The World is my University - My greatest teacher - Time."
A1936.1.040
Untitled
Paper
40.6 x 50.6 cm
1928 (copyright)
Garishly colored/eerily lit image of pharmacist in lab mixing while a small boy looks on. Above (a dream, vision, parallel situation?) a woman tries to administer medicine to bedridden girl with a spoon. Very loose brushwork in passage in UR
A1936.1.041
Class of 1920 Eclectic Medical College
Paper, Ink on paper, cardboard mat
60.4 x 45.3 cm
1920
Composite of graduates and faculty from EMC class of 1920. Label at bottom provides names for each person
A1936.1.042
Faculty, The Eclectic Medical College, 1910-1911
Photograph
26 x 41 cm
1910-1911
Faculty composite; names accompany images; odd stains/marks over names of Charles E:EHA and FB Grosvenor and their pictures are also raised as though (re-)glued/applied
A1936.1.043
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
53.3 x 25.3 cm
ND
Large group of men before building with plaque: "Eclectic Medical College, 630 West Sixth St."
A1936.1.044
Untitled (portrait of Lloyd)
Photograph
50.4 x 60.5 cm
ND
Portrait of man (John Lloyd) seated, hands in lap. He wears glasses, pinstripe suit, vest, and striped tie
A1936.1.045
Young Men's Christian Association Certificate
Paper
43 x 34.8 cm
1914
Certificate awarded to Byron Hubern Nellans for membership of the Young Men's Christian Association of the Eclectic Medical College; signed and dated
A1936.1.046
Certificate of Internship
Paper
40.5 x 35 cm
1914
Certificate from EMC that Byron Hubern Nellans was selected to serve as an "Interne" in the Seton Hospital. Signed and dated.
A1936.1.047
Certificate of Election into the Eclectic Medical Association
Ink on paper
45 x 37.5 cm
1911
Certificate demonstrating the election of JF Wuist, M.D. into the Eclectic Medical Society as an honorary member. Dragonflies in top corners. Signed, dated, red seal affixed.
A1936.1.048
Newton's Clinical Institute Certificate
Ink on vellum
34.5 x 29.8 cm
1854
Certificate awarded to Jacob Frederick Wuist for attending a clinical lectures series. Signed, dated, with an affixed seal
A1936.1.049
Sigma Theta Fraternity
Photograph
40.3 x 31 cm
1924
Composite of members and alumnal advisor (BH Nellans) of the Sigma Theta Fraternity of the Eclectic Medical College. Men dressed formally, 3/4 presentation.
A1936.1.050
Eclectic Medical College Diploma, Doctor of Medicine
Ink on parchment
36.5 x 49.5 cm
1901
Vertical format awarded to J. Fred Wuist as a Doctor of Medicine. Written entirely in Latin. Signed (John Lloyd as President), dated, and affixed with red seal. "Diploma" written diagonally in pencil (LR) on reverse.
A1936.1.051
Miami Valley Medical Association Certificate to Practice Medicine
Ink on vellum, with ribbon
49.7 x 39.8 cm
1861
Certificate awarded by Trustees and Officers of MVMA to JF Wuist so that he may practice medicine. Signed and date. Blue ribbon attached with seal of MVMA
A1936.1.052
Untitled Portrait
Chalk/Charcoal on fabric-reinforced paper(?)
40.4 cm across x 50.2 cm (widest points)
ND
Oval format portrait of man, shoulders up. Wears full bowties and sports mutton chops and mustache. Nondescript background
A1936.1.053A
Untitled (portrait of first Eclectic Medical College class)
Photograph mounted on cardboard
55.2 x 45.2 cm
1830
photograph of 20 men in suits with round collars. They re assembled in front of a draped curtain; some sit at an ornately carved table while others stand.
A1936.1.053B
Photostat of First Eclectic Diploma granted
Photostat on paper
39.5 x 39.2
1830
Photostat of diploma awarded to Oliver W. Ludlow. Signed by president, examiners, and secretary, dated, and affixed with Society seal
A1936.1.053C
Historical Eclecticism
Paper
8 pages, stapled, each 16.5 x 25.1 cm
1927
Article on eclecticism written my J. Lloyd. Cites diploma of Oliver Ludlow, pg. 8. pencil mark highlight this passage (and suggest why it was taped to diploma frame)
A1936.1.054
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
35 x 27.6 cm (with mount)
ND
Photograph of stone structure with door; plaque above door reads "Harrison." small path leads out from structure, with grassy hills on either side.
A1936.1.055
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
26.8 x 21.6 cm
September 1898
Photograph of 4 foreground trees. A man in coat and hat stands beneath closest one. A couple sits on a bench in the center background. Text on reverse says that the trees were grown by PS Peterson in Rose Hill Nursery and transplanted to Jackson Park as an exhibition for the World's Fair. He won a diploma and medal for his submission. Two round images of plaques and the exhibition text from the Fair are also present
A1936.1.056
Autumn Catalogue 1905
Paper pamphlet, 2 pages
17.3 x 24 cm
1905
Black and white seed catalogue with large hyacinth on cover. First page contains information about ordering, delivery, and packaging. Next page shows different varieties of grass seed. Back cover has a picture from the Boston Public Garden
A1936.1.057
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
25.2 x 30.4 cm
after 1869, before 1909
Black and white photograph of 5 men, 1 seated, others standing. Each wears suit and tie. Seems casual - figures touching, some smile slightly. Studio backdrop. Pencil on back reads "6 ins. Miss Bd of Oh 1909"
A1936.1.058
Fiftieth Anniversary Banquet of the Eclectic Medical Society of the State of New York
Photograph mounted on cardboard
55.5 x 35.3 cm
18 May 1910
Black and white photograph of diners at 50th Anniversary EMS banquet at the Plaza Hotel. Guests dressed formally and seated at round tables in ornate dining room. Each table has lamp, fern fronds, and fruit in the center. "375" stamped on back and written LL
A1936.1.059
The Family Album
Paper
22.8 x 31.7 cm
after 1933
Poster with five photographs of John Lloyd throughout his life (youth to age 81). Each photograph has a caption, and a quote ("Presenting that 'grand old man of pharmacy'") appears at the top
A1936.1.060
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
35 x 42.8 cm
ND
Black and white photograph of man wearing coat and tie with tie pin. Mustache. Studio backdrop. Bust, 3/4 presentation.
A1936.1.061
Untitled
Photograph
22.5 x 30.2 cm
after 1922
Black and white photograph of rough-hewn stone outside. Plaque reads "Curtis G. Lloyd. Monument erected in 1922 by himself. For himself. During his life to gratify his own vanity. What fools these mortals be."
A1936.1.062A
Photograph from Samoa
Photograph
25.3 x 20.2 cm
1899-1900
Black and white photograph of thatched hut, open on right side, in a clearing of palm trees
A1936.1.062B
Photograph from Samoa
Photograph
25.3 x 20.2 cm
1899-1900
Black and white photograph of a dirt road lined with shrubs and palm trees. Heavily exposed in center of image.
A1936.1.062C
Photograph from Samoa
Photograph
25.3 x 20.2 cm
1899-1900
Black and white photograph of a Western man (presumably CG Lloyd) standing before a thatched structure with two Samoan men. A child to the right is in motion and blurred. Other figures are seated in the structure.
A1936.1.062D
Photograph from Samoa
Photograph
25.3 x 20.2 cm
1899-1900
Black and white photograph of 5 seated women in foreground. More figures appear in background behind posts of structure. Each woman wears a necklace of flowers. The central woman wears a dickey or a blouse of some kind and holds a fan, but the four flanking her are topless.
A1936.1.063
Boudic/Boudice (?)
Photograph
18.3 x 23.9 cm
ND
Black and white photograph of an older man with mustache and goatee. 3/4 presentation, wears bowtie, coat, and vest. Lapels and shoulder line look drawn on, as though in preparation to hand-color or edit somehow.
A1936.1.064
Medical Certificate of John Lewis Payne
Ink on parchment
43.5 x 35.3
1899
Certificate issued to John Lewis Payne for passing the Ohio State Board of Medical Registration Exam. Notes his graduation from Cincinnati's Eclectic Medical Inst. And recognizes him as a doctor. Signed, dated, and affixed with a gold seal. "8505" stamped in red at top
A1936.1.065
Samuel J. Ha--- (Born 1827-Died 1908)
Photograph
12.6 x 18 cm
After 1908
Oval portrait of man in suit with white beard. Captioned with name and life dates below.
A1936.1.066
Untitled
Photograph
25.6 x 30.6 cm
ND
Portrait of seated man in striped tie. Beard. Holds left hand up by face, right hand on table.
A1936.1.067A
Photograph from the Caribbean Islands
Photograph mounted on cardboard
25.3 x 20.2 cm
Winter 1895-6
Two women in printed dresses stand with baskets on their head before and fenced in monument or sculpture. Trees in background.
A1936.1.067B
Photograph from the Caribbean Islands
Photograph mounted on cardboard
25.3 x 20 cm
Winter 1895-6
An older woman sits on the stoop of a wooden building holding two babies in her lap. A young girl stands to her left. All figures wearing white or very light colored clothing.
A1936.1.067C
Photograph from the Caribbean Islands
Photograph mounted on cardboard
25.2 x 20 cm
Winter 1895-6
A road leads uphill to a large stone cathedral with two towers. A wooden fence runs on the left side, while wooden, worn-looking homes line the right side of the street.
A1936.1.067D
Photograph from the Caribbean Islands
Photograph mounted on cardboard
25.2 x 20.2 cm
Winter 1895-6
A group (mostly of women) stand before a gate. Some look at the camera and smile, some meet it with a more solemn gaze, while others avert their eyes. Two women hold large baskets, one on her hip, the other on her head.
A1936.1.068
Alexander von Humboldt
Print on paper(?)
40.5 x 50.9 cm
ND
Seated man in long dark coat writes in book. Tall, white-capped mountains in distance
A1936.1.069
69th Annual Convention of the Eclectic Medical Association
Photographs mounted on cardboard with ink
60.4 x 45.5 cm
1939
Composite of members who attended the 69th NEMA convention in Cincinnati, June 27-30, 1939. Photographs of male and female attendees arranged with first initial and last name beneath pictures. "#4169" UR
A1936.1.070
Gordon's Pharmacy at Ninth and Central Aves.
Photograph
43.5 x 29.3 cm
1863?
Photograph of corner of 9th and central aves to show Gordon's Pharmacy, where John Uri Lloyd served his first internship in pharmacy. Lloyd is pictured here standing to the right, near the wagon (young boy, around 14)
A1936.1.071
Untitled
Photograph mounted on plastic newspaper relief
Photograph 20.3 x 26.1 cm, mount 44.4 x 59.4 cm
1931? (date on "newspaper" 1933)
Black and white photograph of man in pinstripe suit and long tie. Direct gaze. Signed "To John Uri Lloyd, fondest feelings and highest admiration" Moses (J. Hauss?) (Shauss?) Aug. 18/31. Lloyd has written beneath the portrait "Of all my friends, none busier, more efficient or more cheerful. John Uri Lloyd."
A1936.1.072
Nelson Ashley Lloyd
Photograph
18.8 x 24 cm
ND
Black and white photograph of Nelson Ashley Lloyd as an older man. Bald with round glasses, pinstripe suit, round collar, striped tie.
A1936.1.073
Untitled
Photograph
47.1 x 38 cm
ND
Three men (Lloyds?) seated at a round table before an fireplace. Each wears a suit, man on right smoking a pipe. There is food on the table (roast bird, bottle of champagne). Clock on mantle reads 12 o'clock. Two decorative plates on either side of clock.
A1936.1.074
Untitled
Parchment on cardboard
50.1 x 40.1 cm
1914
Certificate of the Ohio State Eclectic Medical Society presented to Byron H. Nellans to for permanent membership in EMA. Signed, dated, and affixed with red seal
A1936.1.075
Grover Cleveland
Ink on paper
40 x 50.5 cm
After 1901
Portrait of Cleveland seated in a chair wearing a double breasted suit. Title, date, and place of origin beneath print. Mounted on cardboard (poor condition - tears/puncture R side), on which is written "To my friend John Uri Lloyd. With regards of Alexander Hill"
A1936.1.076
Untitled
Parchment
42.8 x 35 cm
1922
Certificate issued by the Ohio State Medical Board to John Anthony Bernard that allowed him to practice medicine in Cincinnati. Signed, dated, and affixed with gold seal
A1936.1.077
Untitled
Watercolor, ink, and pencil on cardboard (?)
28.1 x 45.3 cm
ND
Greyscale rendering of mustachioed man in striped pants, long coat, and hat stepping out from behind a heavy wooden door
A1936.1.078
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
50.4 x 40.3 cm
1903
Black and white photograph of a group of figures (1 woman, rest men) before a building. Most standing, some seated, one chair on L empty.
A1936.1.079
N.A.R.D.
Photograph mounted on cardboard
50.5 x 40.2 cm
1904
Black and white photograph at a distance of men and women seated on steps and standing on porch, balcony, and roof of a long building.
A1936.1.080
Untitled
Photograph mounted on cardboard
46.6 x 17.5 cm
ND
Black and white photograph of interior of pharmacy with four figures. Large stuffed owl on cabinet in center. Reverse stamped "JM Cubbison, Druggist and Stationer, Minnewaukan, N. Da."
A1936.1.081
The Texas State Pharmaceutical Association
Photograph in cardboard
40 x 50.2 cm
1891
Black and white composite of members of Texas State Pharmaceutical Association who convened 12 May 1891. Each bust is numbered and identified below the composite.
A1936.1.082
Untitled
Photograph and ink on cardstock
24 x 32 cm
After 1905
Photograph of plaque to memory of CFG Meyer (1830-1905) with accompanying text. Expression of gratitude for funding the bronze plaque.
A1936.1.083
Kansas City College of Pharmacy and Natural Sciences Class of 1907
Photograph on poster paper
45 x 55 cm
1907
Composite of the Class of 1907. Student photographs rectangular format, faculty elliptical. Each photograph labeled.
A1936.1.084
International Conference on Heroic Remedies
Photograph on cardboard
47.7 x 38 cm
14 September 1902
Black and white photograph of thirty five men. Outdoors, in courtyard in front of building. Each man identified below photograph. Marks in ink on mount suggest plans for framing.
A1936.1.085
Untitled
Ink on paper
47.7 x 37.6 cm
1900
Certificate of honorable mention bestowed on Meyers Brothers Druggist for a "Publication" submitted to the Pan-American Exposition of 1901. Female figure holding pine bow and wearing buffalo helmet (allegory of city?) in background. Signed, dated, sealed.
A1936.1.086
Faculty, ST.L.C.P (St. Louis Clinical Psychology??)
Photograph on paper
27.8 x 35.3 cm
1907
Composite of ten faculty members (all male). Each numbered, but no identification.
A1936.1.087
Untitled
Photocopy (?) of photograph
25.3 x 31.5 cm
ND
Composite of young men in suits transpose on floral design. Each photograph numbered 39-62.
A1936.1.088
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Senior Class 1905
Photocopy (?) of photograph
25.3 x 31.5 cm
1905
Composite of 14 young men in suits transposed on organically striping design. Numbered 1-14, but not identified.
A1936.1.089
Untitled
Photocopy (?) of photograph
25.3 x 31.5 cm
ND
Composite of a group of young men numbered 15-38 transposed over floral design. Numbered but not identified.
A1936.1.090
Untitled
Photocopy (?) of photograph
25.3 x 31.5 cm
ND
Composite of young men 11-34 arranged over bouquet design. Numbered but not identified
A1936.1.091
St. Louis College of Pharmacy 1904 Senior Class
Photocopy (?) of photograph
25.3 x 31.5 cm
1904
Composite of ten men in circular, elliptical, and rectangular formats. Names printed beneath/to side of each photograph
A1936.1.092
Untitled
Photograph
50.4 x 40.3 cm
1907
Black and white photograph of a group (mostly men) assembled in cobblestone street before a stone building with a wrought iron gate. Three women in foreground hold a pennant reading "07 PCP." Stamped "1030 Chestnut St., Philad'a" LR.
A1936.1.093
K.P.A Wichita, May 23, 24, 25, 1893
Photograph
53.4 x 50 cm (approx)
1893
Black and white photograph of a large group assembled on steps of a building. First row is a band. Cluster of children UR, man near children holds a sign for Pourous Plaster.
A1936.1.094
Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Class of 1924
Photograph on paper
49.1 x 34.2 cm
1924
Black and white composite of the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, class of 1924 and faculty. Rectangular format portraits, subjects in formal dress, each sitter's name below each portrait
A1936.1.095
Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Class of 1905
Photograph on cardboard
51 x 38.5 cm
1905
Black and white composite of the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Class of 1905 graduates and faculty. Rectangular format portraits with names beneath.
A1936.1.096
Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Class of 1909
Photograph on cardboard
46.6 x 43.2 cm
1909
Black and white composite of the Cincinnati College of Pharmacy class of 1909 graduates and faculty. Photographs of each person, formal attire, names placed beneath. Men just initials, last name, women "Miss" + initials, last name
A1936.1.097
Cincinnati College of Pharmacy Class of 1913
Photograph on cardboard
Photograph 70.9 x 42 (approx)
1913
Black and white composite of the Class of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy class of 1913 and faculty. Rectangular format portraits with names beneath.
A1936.1.098
Untitled
Ink on paper
45.8 x 65.1 cm
1919
Diploma issued to James Alfred Clift as a doctor of medicine. Text in Latin. Signed (John Uri Lloyd as Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Pharmacy), dated, and affixed with red seal
A1936.1.099
Untitled
Ink on parchment
42.5 x 35 cm
1919
Certificate issued by Ohio State Medical Board to James Alfred Clift authorizing his practice of medicine and surgery in Ohio. Signed, dated, and affixed with gold seal. Red stamp at top beneath illustration "3924"
A1936.1.100
Eclectic Medical College Class of 1919
Photograph on paper
54.6 x 40.8 cm
1919
Composite of EMC Class of 1919. Portraits unframed, sort of blurred ellipses. Two women, the rest men. Names listed at bottom.
A1936.1.101
Untitled
Ink on parchment
52.8 x 40.6 cm
1915
Certificate issued by the National Eclectic Medical Association to BH Nellans to certify his status as permanent member
A1936.1.102
Untitled
Ink on parchment
55.7 x 42.9 cm
1914
Certificate issued by the National Eclectic Medical Association to AJ Nellans to certify his status as permanent member
A1936.1.103
Untitled
Ink on parchment
34.8 x 50.7 cm
1929
Certificate issued by Myers Y. Cooper, Governor of Ohio, that JF Wuist has been appointed to the Ohio State Medical Board for the term ending March 18, 1935. Signed, dated, affixed with gold seal
A1936.1.104
Untitled
Ink on parchment
34.8 x 50.7 cm
1922
Certificate issued by Harry L. Davis, Governor of Ohio, that JF Wuist has been appointed to the Ohio State Medical Board for the term ending March 18, 1928. Signed, dated, affixed with gold seal
A1936.1.105
Untitled
Ink on vellum
44.5 x 53 cm
Date changed, 1883 written, then crossed out to read 1856.
Diploma issued by t the Eclectic Medical College of Cincinnati to Howard Osgood as a Doctor of Medicine. Signed, dated, and affixed with red seal.
A1936.1.106
Flora Danica Tab. MXLIII
Ink on paper
42.5 x 57.7 cm
ND
Yellow 5-petaled flower executed to show leaves and root structure. Examples of buds and full blooms, with details of petals, stamen, etc. Labeled UR
A1936.1.107
Supplementum Flora Danica Tab LXXXI
Ink on paper
42.5 x 57.7 cm
ND
Plant with two yellow flowers in bloom, wispy leaves. Details (e.g. single petal) labeled a-d LR. ID in UR.
A1936.1.108
Flora Danica Tab. DCLXXXIII
Ink on paper
42.5 x 57.7 cm
ND
Blue 5-petaled bell-shaped flower drawn to show roots, leaves, stamen, and various stages of blooming. Labeled UR.
A1936.1.109
Flora Danica Tab. CCLXXVII
Ink on paper
42.5 x 57.7 cm
ND
Small white, 5 petaled flower with large, dark green teardrop shaped leaves. Reddish stem/bark. Enlargement with detail of plant with berries/fruit instead of flowers, and detail of inside of flower off to right. Labeled UR.
A1936.1.110
Untitled
Chalk/chalk pastel on cardboard
32.3 x 49.9 cm
1933
Faces of two girls in profile, one brunette, other blonde. They appear to be standing and looking out at something, but bodies indiscernible except for left hand of blonde. Necks fade into bluish/purple background. Signed and dated at bottom, with number "14" (age of artist?)
A1936.1.111A
"The Old Seven"
Ink on paper
15.1 x 20.5 cm
19 April 1914
Article with historiated letter "F" that describes the series of portraits with which it was framed. Series of "The Seven" (teaching faculty of Eclectic Medical Institute) given to each student. Titled "The Old Seven" at top, signed/dated by John Uri Lloyd at bottom
A1936.1.111B
John Milton Scudder, M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.1 x 20.5 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of man in suit, and white bowtie. Frontal presentation, chest up. Mutton chops and side part. Name printed below
A1936.1.111C
Frederick John Locke, M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.1 x 20.7 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of man in suit, vest, and white bowtie. Chest-up, 3/4 presentation. Side part and mustache. Name printed below.
A1936.1.111D
John Uri Lloyd, Phar.M.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.2 x 20.9 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of a man in light suit and vest, checkered bowtie, and white boutonniere. Chest-up, shoulders slightly turned away from camera. Name printed below
A1936.1.111E
John King, M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.2 x 20.9 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of a man wearing round glasses, dark suit, and large, pleated bowtie. Full beard and very full eyebrows. Chest-up, 3/4 presentation. Name printed below
A1936.1.111F
John Allard Jeancon, M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.2 x 20.8 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of a man in jacket and black bowtie. Small round lapel button. Short beard and mustache. Down-turned eyes. Chest-up, shoulders slightly turned away from camera. Name printed below.
A1936.1.111G
Andrew Jackson Howe, A.B., M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.2 x 20.9 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of a man wearing dark jacket, vest and blocky bowtie. Goatee and center part, mole left cheek. Chest-up, frontal, but eyes do not meet camera. Name printed below
A1936.1.111H
Edwin Freeman, M.D.
"Non-fading ink" on paper
15.1 x 20.8 cm
Original photograph unk., reprint 1914
Portrait of man wearing round glasses, dark jacket, vest, and bowtie. Small round metal button/lapel pin. Short beard and moustache. Chest-up, 3/4 presentation, name printed below
A1936.1.112
Bennett Medical College Class of 1896
Paper mounted on cardboard
50.3 x 60.1 cm
1896
Black and white composite of students and faculty of Bennett Medical College. Oval portraits, students in caps and gowns. Women among students and teachers. Motto written near bottom "Neque Pluribus Impar" (and not unequal to many). May be cut off at bottom? --> "ge" of College seem truncated, maybe more text LR?
A1936.1.113
"The New Nine," Faculty of the Eclectic Medical College of Cincinnati
Photographs mounted on cardboard with ink
61.7 x 82.8 cm
ND
Nine black and white portraits of men mounted in cardboard frame, names printed below each portrait on cardboard. Faculty includes John K. Scudder, John Uri Lloyd, Harvey W. Felter, John R. Spencer, Rolla L. Thomas, Linus E. Russell, William E. Bloyer, Kent O. Foltz, and Lyman Watkins
A1936.1.114
Untitled
Photograph
118.9 x 18 cm
ND
Black and white panoramic photograph of a mountain range. More triangular peaks to the left and larger, more blocky/craggy formations on the right with visible tree line.
A1936.1.115
Untitled
Photograph
118.9 x 18 cm
ND
Black and white panoramic photograph of a mountain range. Blocky, striated formation on the left, tree line visible. Break with more mountains in middle ground, then rockier, more solid range on the right.
A1936.1.116
Untitled (Portrait of W.A. Nellans? - pencil on back diagonally)
Photograph
15.2 x 19.5 cm
ND
Oval format portrait of man with side part, pointed beard and moustache. Dark jacket and tie, collar up. Lots of pencil marks on back: "1764" and "SS Oval(?)". Possible description/provenance at top ("Ryder" (?) but very faint, difficult to make out
A1936.1.117
Untitled
Ink on cardstock with one cent stamp
8.8 x 13.9 cm
May 1830
Postcard sent to Dr. HM Whelpley of St. Louis. Writer (E.L.B? - hard to read) says that he his sorry but he must cancel the meeting as someone/thing can't be represented this year. Signed "kind regards." Front features photograph of men and women in coats and hats on steps before a rounded arch. Below in ink "Comp EL Ben---, Apl Class (Applied Physics?), Brookings"
A1936.1.118
Untitled
Paint on board
30.3 x 45.8 cm
ND
Man in suit and vest holds glass in right hand. Stands before cabinet with candelabra and other glass vessels. Bottle at feet. Tones of grey, blue, black. Signed "CP" LL