Box of liver extract no. 343, circa 1929

Dublin Core

Title

Box of liver extract no. 343, circa 1929

Subject

Eli Lilly and Company
Cardboard
Glass
Liver extracts
Liver
Anemia
Anemia, pernicious
Hematology

Abstract

Rectangular green cardboard box containing sixteen glass vials, fourteen empty, one corked, and one unopened. Unopened vial has green cap. There are eight empty slots where additional vials originally were.

Creator

Eli Lilly and Company

Date Created

1929, circa

Rights

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Access Rights

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Is Part Of

Warren Anatomical Museum: 21053

Format

object

Extent

1 box of liver extract

Medium

Pharmaceutical preparations

Type

physical object

Identifier

Warren Anatomical Museum: 21053

Provenance

This box of liver extract no. 343 was created circa 1929 by Eli Lilly and Company as a treatement for pernicious anemia, after methods developed by George Minot, William Murphy, and George Whipple. In 2013, Dr. Peter Tishler donated this box of liver extract no. 343 to the Warren Anatomical Musuem.

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Box of liver extract

Physical Dimensions

11.25 W x 16 D x 6.5 H cm

Files

21053_v2.JPG

Citation

Eli Lilly and Company, “Box of liver extract no. 343, circa 1929,” OnView, accessed June 22, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17340.