Masterpieces from thr Sir Henry Wellcome collection at U C L A

December 6, 1965 through May 13 1966.
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Masterpieces from the Sir Henry Wellcome Collection at UCLA. [Los Angeles: UCLA, ?] (OCoLC) Named Person: Henry S Wellcome, Sir; Henry S Wellcome, Sir; Henry Solomon Wellcome, Sir) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: University of California, Los Angeles.

Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts and Technology. OCLC. A totally new Ripper suspect - Sir Henry Wellcome. The author is the first to say this is his theory and more research should be done.

It is an interesting theory relying on multiple assumptions (like most are) like that the ripper letters are in fact, real; That the Chalk message was in fact, written by the Ripper; and the one that bothered me most - that Wellcome had a fascination with /5.

Find out more about Henry Wellcome, his business and his collecting activities. Wellcome Foundation The archive of the Wellcome Foundation, the pharmaceutical company established by Sir Henry Wellcome and his business partner Silas Mainville Burroughs, is also held by the Library.

The archive dates from to   From humble beginnings in rural USA, Henry Wellcome went on to establish an innovative pharmaceutical business that pioneered medical research around the world.

An avid collector and. Between the middle of the nineteenth century and the second world war, the nature of medical practice changed beyond recognition. Much of this happened through advances in the pharmaceutical industry.

These included the formulation and mass production of pills and capsules, scientific treatments and vaccines, the standardisation of dosages, the establishment of laboratories for drug research.

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Genealogy profile for Henry Mounteney Wellcome Henry Mounteney Wellcome ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Henry Mounteney Wellcome ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Born Wisconsin, USA, moved to London in for business reasons. Pharmacist, founder of the Wellcome Trust and Foundation.

His collection of books & artefacts relating to the history of medicine & pharmacy became, inthe Wellcome Historical Medical Museum in London.

What, we wonder, prompted Mr Wellcome to become a pharmacist and to collect items relating to bringing wellness to. Visit our free museum and library in central London connecting science, medicine, life and art.

Explore our exhibitions, live events, gallery tours, restaurant, cafe, bookshop, and cafe. Fully accessible. Open late on Thursday evenings. Like John Tradescant and John Graunt before him, Henry Solomon Wellcome came from humble beginnings and began collecting to support his business.

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It is thought that by the end of his life, his collection consisted of five times as many items as the Louvre contained, a feat driven by Wellcome’s desire to piece together the entire history of man. The Wellcome Trust was established in to administer the fortune of Sir Henry Wellcome.

With an endowment of £bn, it is the UK’s largest non. This fascinating book takes the thesis, one I've never come across before, that Sir Henry Wellcome, founder of the pharmaceutical giant, was the Ripper.

It weaves together Wellcome's biography with the known facts of the case, demonstrating Reviews: 5. The Wellcome Collection is a museum at Euston Road, London, displaying an unusual mixture of medical artifacts and original artworks exploring 'ideas about the connections between medicine, life and art'.

The Collection comprises three public exhibition spaces, an auditorium, events space, cafe and bookshop. The building is also the home of the Wellcome Library and The Wellcome Trust.

Henry Wellcome: The Man, His Collection and His Legacy Hardcover – January 1, by Helen Turner (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other Author: Helen Turner.

Wellcome Collection, London, United Kingdom. 77K likes. The free museum and library that aims to challenge how we all think and feel about health by connecting science, medicine, life and art. Thanks for your interest in Henry Repeating Arms. Our catalog is the best way to get acquainted with all of our rifles and shotguns, and we’ll deliver it to your mailbox for free.

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We'd love to see you. Here's how to find us and how to plan for your visit. Join us for delicious lunches, drinks and afternoon tea on level 2. Wellcome Café Join us for a quick cup of coffee and a pastry, afternoon tea, or a light meal with a glass of wine.

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A brief history of the Library The Library was founded on the collections of Henry Solomon Wellcome (). Born in Almond, Wisconsin, Wellcome became a pharmaceutical salesman and moved to London in at the encouragement of Silas Burroughs, with whom he entered into partnership to create the firm of Burroughs Wellcome.

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The story concerns a plan hatched by a young genius, dying of cancer, to save the girl next door from abuse. When Sir Henry Wellcome died inhis will provided for the creation of a charity. The charity's main asset was the share capital of Sir Henry's company, Wellcome Foundation.

He wanted the charity to use the profits from the company to advance medical research and its history. Henry Mounteney Wellcome, the son of Henry Solomon Wellcome and Gwendoline Syrie Maud Wellcome, was about nine years old when this portrait was painted. He is shown sitting on a rocking horse in a garden.

There is a house in the background and a rosebush in the bottom-left foreground. As Wellcome’s handwriting on the photograph states, he is on the mule on the left and on the right is J.

Baez, his guide and interpreter. Wellcome’s article, ‘A visit to the native cinchona forests of South America‘, is a combination of a romantic travelogue, a detailed natural history of the Cinchona tree and a contemporary perspective on the Cinchona bark trade.

Sir Henry Wellcome () by Hugh Goldwin Rivière. Born in America. Took British nationality in F.R.S. and knighted Some early photographs of him in America show him with what looks like a travelling Cabinet of Curiosities and, certainly, this is impression one gets from the Wellcome Trust’s historical collection in London.

The Wellcome Library is one of the greatest specialist collections on the history of medicine and the medical humanities. It houses over million items of extraordinary range and diversity, including books, films, archives, manuscripts and artworks from around the world.

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This essay, co-authored by the Head of Public Programmes at Wellcome Collection and the Head of the Wellcome Library, explores some of the historical features of medical museums, and uses the experience of. This biography of Henry Wellcome, the founder of the Wellcome Trust - the largest benefactor ever to British medical research - is a story of achievement and disappointment.

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Torture chairs, creepy masks, pokers, scoopers, and saws? Sounds like a typical friday night around my way. For more information on the Wellcome Collection.The Sir Henry Wellcome Building for Mood Disorders Research. The Mood Disorders Centre (MDC) was established as a partnership between the University of Exeter and the NHS to address key priorities in understanding and treating depression including (a) improving the efficacy of psychological interventions; (b) reducing the high rates of relapse and recurrence; (c) finding ways to make effective.