Pharmacy account book (1928-1930) from a Dunedin Pharmacy
School of Pharmacy Collection
This Dunedin prescription book is a typical example of how pharmacists would keep a handwritten record of their transactions with customers. The entries are meticulously recorded with a number for each transaction, the date, the name of the customer and the medicine dispensed, including the formula.
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