Chlorophyll from Kalmia

Chlorophyll from Kalmia

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This specimen is one of 115 samples of "fine and rare chemicals" produced by John Uri Lloyd for display at the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition of 1875. Lloyd was presumably awarded a "blue ribbon" for his chemicals at the exposition. The Industrial Expositions, sponsored by the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trade, and the Ohio Mechanics Institute, were held annually from 1870-1888 to showcase the city's manufacturers and businesses.
Dr. Lloyd donated the collection to the museum in 1924, and, two years later, he donated the medal he received at the exposition (see object MG.M-02211). John Uri Lloyd (1849-1936) was a pharmacist and leader of the eclectic medical movement in the United States.
Currently not on view
Object Name
Chlorophyll from Kalmia
Other Terms
Chlorophyll from Kalmia; Pharmaceuticals; Drugs; Non-Liquid
Date made
Lloyd, John Uri
place made
United States: Ohio, Cincinnati
overall: 3 1/8 in x 1 1/2 in; 7.9375 cm x 3.81 cm
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Credit Line
Dr. John Uri Lloyd
Cincinnati Industrial Exposition
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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