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Sayre taught in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Kansas from 1885-1925. This collection consists of correspondence, articles, and essays from the 1920s written by Sayre, as well as Sayre's 1869 diary from when he was a student at the University of Philadelphia. The 1920s materials focus on medicinal chemistries, drugstores, and other topics related to Sayre's work.
Higuchi taught Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of Kansas from 1967-1986. This collection contains records related to his work: research and reference material, articles written by him by himself and with colleagues, several versions of the manuscript of his book, Solubility, and class slides.
This collection contains course materials, published papers, grant applications, committee reports, correspondence with colleagues, research data, and student work of Walter R. Dixon, a member of the University of Kansas Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology (1978-1999). Also included are research charts and data from Dixon's experiments.