The Ernst Thedore Stuhr Papers document
Stuhr's research and writing on medicinal plants and the pharmacy profession.
Stuhr served on the faculty of the Oregon State College School of Pharmacy from
1927 to 1944.
Oregon State University
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Ernst Thedore Stuhr was born in 1900. He received a B.S. from the
University of Nebraska in 1925 and an M.S. from the University of Florida in
1927. Stuhr served on the faculty of the Oregon State College (OSC) School of
Pharmacy from 1927 to 1944 as Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1927-1930) and
Associate Professor (1930-1944) of Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy. His major
area of research, medicinal plants, was reflected in the many articles that he
wrote for scholarly and trade journals. In 1944, Stuhr resigned from OSC to
take a position with Frank Nau Manufacturing Chemists in Portland, Oregon. He
was a member of several scientific, honorary and professional societies. Stuhr
died on February 12, 1980.
Personal files include personal data and a response prepared by Stuhr
and others to an AAUP report on William Jasper Kerr. KOAC radio talks cover a
wide range of topics intended for a lay audience. Publications and papers
include journal reprints; copies of Stuhr's book, Manual of Pacific Coast Drug
Plants; and copies of papers presented at meetings. Series four includes
conference proceedings and programs.
Use of the Collection
Restrictions on Access :
Colection is open for research.
Preferred Citation :
Ernst Thedore Stuhr Papers, Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis,
Organized into four series, most of which are arranged chronologically.
Series include I. Personal Files; II. KOAC Radio Program Talks; III.
Publications and Papers; and IV. Conferences.
Related Materials :
College of Pharmacy Records (RG 105) and Photographic Collection (P
166); Memorabilia Collection - Pharmacy, School of.
Detailed Description of the Collection
Series I: Personal Files, 1933-1947
Personal data, 1933
Answer to AAUP report on
William Jasper Kerr, 1935