Medal, Ebert Prize Awarded To John Uri Lloyd, 1892

Medal, Ebert Prize Awarded To John Uri Lloyd, 1892

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The obverse of this silver medal has a portrait bust and “ALBERT ETHELBERT EBERT / 1840-1906.” The reverse has “AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION / ORGANIZED 1852 INCORPORATED 1888” and “EBERT PRIZE / AWARDED TO / JOHN URI LLOYD / FOR THE PRIZE ESSAY / A SCHEME OF ASSAYING / 1892.” Albert Ethelbert Ebert, a noted German-American pharmacist, established this prize in 1873. John Uri Lloyd (1849-1936) was a pharmacist and leader of the eclectic medical movement in the United States.
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Object Name
award, medal
Other Terms
Medal; Medicine
Associated Name
Lloyd, John Uri
overall: 1/4 in x 3 in;.635 cm x 7.62 cm
ID Number
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accession number
Credit Line
Dr. John Uri Lloyd
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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