His honor the mayor from the Macy's day parade back in 1999. We expect to be there again this year. Eden is planning, planning, and planning. Emails are flying.


I was really excited about the Worthen book. A product I can model mine after, a publisher that might be interested. Sunday I got the 4 o'clock bus to Rome. Beautiful walk from the station after I indulged in a banana split and barbeque sandwich at the Diary Queen next to the bus station. Phoebe ..thank goodness was better. Monday morning by the dentist's for appointments and then the bus home. Afternoon catching up on Ebay payments, and then the evening at Mercer. Amy had showed up too so we did a lot of outright gossiping.

1. AJ and SE Journal announce opening ceremonies/ and Atlanta and AJ ad

2. How C,E, and Hood had started school - why ?

3. What the first year curriculum was like

4. How did it compare with 1903 standard of ACPF, Cincinnati C of P and Mercer

5. Variations, library, 6 day week

6. Graduates 1904

7. Advertising recommences, and new students enroll for second session

8. Another graduation class in the fall

9. 1905 - Atlanta School of Medicine starts that summer

10. 1906 - new building with an apothecary serving hospital and dispensary

11. Compare the apothecary with the cities drug stores, especially Jacobs

12. 1907 - curriculum , 4 years later, changes ?

13. 1909 - January Flexner visits the building, comments and implications ASM

14. 1910 - 3 events - NatPSyllabus, 606, and Hood/Sellars committee for diploma

15. 1911 - events ..possibility of state university absorbing ASM, ACD, and SCP/no

16. 1912 - Hood now dean

17. 1913 - Crenshaw leaves and ASM merges with ACPS

18. Summary

19. Hood, Martin, Freeman and Brawner backbone of the faculty

20. 1914 - first universities in Atlanta - Emory, Oglethorpe, and Lanier

21. Move to Walton - 3 rooms on Film Row

22. 1917, 1918 - effect of WWI on most of the country's pharmacy schools

23. Hood joins Crenshaw in the Candler building, with a new pharmacy ?

24. 1919 - Universities graduate their first classes

25. 1920 - Record number of students

26. 1921, 1922 - continued good enrollments

27. 1923 - Hood moves offices into Doctor's building

28. 1924 - new building

29. 1925 - AACP votes 4 years by 1934

30. 1926 - UGA eliminates the short program

31. 1927 - ACP and Struby close - GCCh moves into the Pine St. Building

32. 1928

33. 1929 - depression, and Naylor buys bankrupt chain, Lane Drug Stores

34. 1930 - Rising study demonstrates that fewer students

35. 1930 - Costs of medicare care….underutilized pharmacists

36. 1931 - GA Itech business school purchases Walton St. bld and school moves in

37. 1932 - US Bd of Regents, and Sparks school, Univ College model

38. 1932 - ACPE

39. 1933 - Prereequisite law in GA

40. 1934 - follows AACP lead to four years, but no attempt to join

41. 1935 - enrollment begins to pick up

42. 1936 - no accreditation standards yet. Gecollege moves out, leaving Ex service

43. 1937 - accreditation standards - cannot be a proprietary school, so look to Bd of Trustees

44. Who were the trustees ?

45. First step prepare for accreditation

46. 1939 meeting AphA - 100% students in Student AphA

47. 1940 - Meyer - first establishment faculty member - PhD,Kremers

48. 1941 - Effect of war

49. 1941 - Naylor joins trustees

50. 1942 - Accelerations

51. 1943 - AFPE

52. 1944 - Payne, Price, SDJ, publicity

53. 1945 - GI bill and large number of students enroll

54. 1946 - Additional faculty (who ?), pharmaceutical syllabus abandoned

55. 1947 - Join AACP, purchase the building when GA Ex service moves back to Athens

56. 1948 - Annual, California meeting and its consequences..tale of two c on c 's

57. 1949 - increased number of state pharmacy schools, FLA, Arkansas, Arizona

58. 1950 - Hood retires, in anticipation of reaccreditation, Liu cannot go back to China

59. 60. Accreditation - Elliott and recommendations

61. Endowment

62. Merger

63. Microbiology

64. Meyer and Trustees comply

65. Rho Chi and Kappa Psi started

66. Chambers recruited

67. Build faculty from U of Florida

68. Littlejohn, Johnson, still have Liu and Meyer

69. Shorter College merger a bust

70. Prepharmacy a success with Oglethorpe, but not a likely merger candidate

71. End of 1957, not a deficit yet, but budget is close

72. Henderson now chairman of the Bd of Trustees

3. Chambers leaves

74. Littlejohn comes back

75. Goal - Merger

76. Goal - Rebuild faculty

77. Goal - Recruit students for the 5 year program

78. Goal - Develop 5 year program with prepharmacy program/ U of GA cooperation

79. Goal - Develop ce with Georgia Pharmaceutical Association

80. Unintended goal - desegregation

81. Team Hood, Henderson, and Littlejohn develops

82. Assistance of staff - Wortman, Holt, later Mosby

83. Pfeiffer Foundations

84. Littlejohn's second period

85. Reorientation - clinical pharmacy

86. Pharm D

87. Clinical faculty

88. Computerization of Mal T Anderson pharmacy

89. Contracts - first Doctors Hospital (and never again)

90. Faculty members develop practices

91. All PharmD

92. CE now accredited and permanent directors - King, Young, Pirl

93. Reorganization of the administration, first divisions, then assistant deans

94. Student body becomes more international

95. Recruiting crisis and Bartling takes over, a new approach

96. Harris less responsive, and deans support Godsey for "dean management"

97. Consolidation on NE campus 98. 1984 resigns deanship for a vice-presidency and retirement in 1986.

99. Godsey

100. Arrives with an agenda

101. Advisory committee evaluates school

102. First strategic planning session for goals

103. Reorganizes faculty

104. MBOs and annual reports reporting progress

105. Anderson new Dept of P Practice chairman from Nebraska

106. DI center moves to Grady

107. Priorities - faculty publications

108. International experiences

109. Scholarships for excellence to upgrade student body

110. Computerization

111. Authorizes PhD

112. Accreditaion committee criticizes lack of space: plans for a move to the NE campus

113. Takes over briefly as provost as well as dean

114. Evaluation of Gourley's 5 years

115. Matthews chosen his successor

116. Matthews priorties - change in pharmacy from clinical to outcomes

117. Research - adds clinical research lab suggested by Gourley - Jann runs

118. Research scientists, first Smith, then Cutler and x

119. Initially stable faculty

120. Move to NE campus

121. Student organizations increasingly active

122. Women students increase in numbers

123. Semester system

124. Block system - concept introduced at faculty retreat

125. Non-traditional PharmD

126. Graduate students and number of PhDs awarded

127. Ajay gets grant from NSF

128. MS in pharm ad does not fly

129. Centers gain in importance

130. Numbers of practice sites exceed 400

131. Entering students now over 140

132. Numbers of schools on NE campus increases

133, Matthews years, conclusion


A crisp October 7 o'clock. The walk from the station to Phoebe's IS beautiful. What a sight the river.


My second year to photograph the great pumpkin sale.


Greyhound bus from Rome to Atlanta. I gave the little the pages from my web page on people traveling with dolls and stuffed animals and a copy of the disc to her mother.