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Heroes of Pharmacy
James Hartley Beal (1861–1945): Educator–Statesman
Dennis B. Worthen, PhD
J Am Pharm Assoc (2003) 2005;45:629-632. doi:10.1331/1544345055001409

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In a memorial of James Hartley Beal, Henry M. Whelpley, American Pharmaceutical (now Pharmacists) Association (APhA) past president and longtime treasurer, noted, “James Hartley Beal has made an impression on his day and generation which will be felt for the benefit of pharmacy and the welfare of humanity for time to come.”+1 Whelpley's tribute to his friend, unpublished until Beal's death, provides a contemporary's perspective of the man that Robert Fischelis would recognize as one of “American Pharmacy's most commanding figures.”+2

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