Other TitlesInorganic Chemistry
AbstractHandwritten inorganic chemistry notes written by Louis Boucsein. Notes are available in the Internet Archive, see link.
DescriptionHandwritten inorganic chemistry notes by Louis Boucsein, a Baltimore pharmacist. Boucsein was a German pharmacist who owned a few stores in Baltimore. The notebook was donated to the University of Maryland, Baltimore by Simon Solomon, School of Pharmacy, Class of 1918.
Note tipped into the volume suggests that Boucsein worked with Simon Solomon's father David Solomon at Baltimore and Pine Streets. Research into this note cannot confirm this story as David Solomon owned a Saloon on North Caroline Street and the drugstore at Baltimore and Pine Streets was owned by James A. Dickinson until 1909. What is more likely is Solomon discovered the book after purchasing a drugstore on West Lexington Street once owned by Boucsein.
The volume is undated but Boucsein but it appears Boucsein came to the United States sometime after 1869 and died in 1910. If these notes were from coursework they were probably taken sometime in the 1850s.
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Chemistry, Inorganic--Study and teaching
Pharmacy--Study and teaching
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