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, 51 (4), 477-506

George S V Wills and the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy: A Chapter in Pharmaceutical Education in Great Britain

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George S V Wills and the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy: A Chapter in Pharmaceutical Education in Great Britain

Frederick Kurzer. Med Hist.

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Figure 1
The chemical laboratory of Westminster College, at North Street, Kennington Road (c.1880). From A souvenir: the work of George S V Wills and the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, privately printed, 1899.
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Figure 2
Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Trinity Street, Southwark. The College building (formerly a chapel) is flanked by two private houses. From the Prospectus and syllabus of the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, London, 1901.
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Figure 3
The lecture hall of Westminster College, formerly the nave of the Baptist chapel, was 41 feet long, by 31 feet wide, and 24 feet high. From A souvenir: the work of George S V Wills and the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, privately printed, 1899.
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Figure 4
The College's timetable and schedule of lectures. From the Prospectus and syllabus of the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, London, 1901.
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Figure 5
Wills’ new postal system. Title-page of an instalment of the Major course (see Appendix, no. 21).
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Figure 6
Portrait of George S V Wills, aged about fifty. From the Prospectus and syllabus of the Westminster College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, London, 1901.

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