Women and Nature

…access the fully digitized book. Susan Fenimore Cooper (1813-1894) Cooper, the daughter of novelist James Fenimore Cooper, wrote and illustrated this account of rural life in New York. She has been praised for her accuracy and attention to detail and is thought to have influenced Charles Darwin and Henry David…

Press Releases

Press Releases 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2021 Lloyd Library Welcomes Brood X April 2021 Lloyd’s New Podcast Kicks off Women’s History Month March 2021 Lloyd Hopes to Sweet Talk You You Through the Winter February 2021 Lloyd Gets Outside with Winter Walk January 2021 2020 Sentimental Science at the

A Brief History of the Lloyd Library and Museum

…death. A new Lloyd Library and Museum building was constructed in 1970 at 917 Plum Street, directly next to 309 West Court Street at the southwest corner of Court and Plum. The collection was moved to the new building and the old building was torn down to make space for…

News & Events

…reception on March 6. More News     Press Releases Lloyd Library Welcomes Brood X April 2021 Lloyd’s New Podcast Kicks off Women’s History Month March 2021 Lloyd Hopes to Sweet Talk You You Through the Winter February 2021 Past Press Releases   Lloyd Newsletters March 30, 2021 Past Newsletters…

In the News

In the News Lloyd Library Featured by Cincinnati Magazine January 6, 2021 Founded in the 1870s, the Lloyd Library is now home to an incredible collection of works related to botany, pharmacology, and scientific history. Through the Rx Bottle Makes CityBeat’s Best of Issue March 27, 2020 Lloyd Library exhibit,…

Eclectic Medicine

Eclectic medicine was a branch of American medicine which made use of noninvasive therapies and healing practices popular in the latter half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Eclectic medicine became a populist expansion of early American herbal medicine customs, such as those of Samuel Thomson and Native American

AZO_Finding Aid

News Alpha Zeta Omega October 1982 5 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter Winter/Spring 2002 April 2002 3 6 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #1 August 2002 7 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #2 November 2002 8 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #3 April 2003 (4) 4 1 The AZO Apothecary…

AZO_Finding Aid

News Alpha Zeta Omega October 1982 5 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter Winter/Spring 2002 April 2002 3 6 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #1 August 2002 7 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #2 November 2002 8 Alpha Zeta Omega Supreme Newsletter #3 April 2003 (4) 4 1 The AZO Apothecary…

Past Fellows & Artists-in-Residence

Curtis Gates Lloyd Fellows M. Kat Anderson, Useful Plants of the American Indian and theImmigrant: Cross-Cultural Sharing of Ethnobotanical Legacies in Early Modern America Abby Artemisia, Elizabeth Brockschlager Papers and the Edge of Appalachia Heather Chacón, Health Movements: Medicine, Empire, and Commerce in 19th Century American Literature and Culture Terri…

Books and Serials

…over 4,000 serial titles, including around 120 current subscriptions. Eclectic medicine, alternative medicine, and the publications of the American Pharmacists’ Association (formerly American Pharmaceutical Association) are strongly represented in the collection. The Lloyd also has a complete run of Lloydia/Journal of Natural Products, The United States Pharmacopeia, Curtis’s Botanical Magazine,…