The magazine collection has more than 200 medical and pharmaceutical titles from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century. This section puts a number of these periodicals at your disposal so that you may gat a sense of their characteristics, contents, sections, authors, editorial orientation... You will discover how scientific progress was disseminated over a century ago.
The antique publication collection comprises some 2500 works printed from the 15th to the mid-nineteenth century on medicine, pharmacy, veterinary, botany and chemistry. Immerse yourself among treatises, studies, biographies, maps, letters, formulas... You will discover relevant and curious information.
The library preserves manuscripts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries containing formulas, notes, account books, medical prescriptions, statistics, inventories, appointments, certifications, testaments, letters, contracts... Access the full text of some of these unique documents.
The photographic collection consists of more than 5000 images created by the Uriach laboratories Since the late nineteenth century. This section puts a selection of images of some of the most outstanding artists, publishers and graphic designers of the time at your fingertips. Delve into these illustrations to learn more about pharmaceutical advertising and its relationship with society.
The Uriach Foundation preserves more than 6000 photographs from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day graphically illustrating the history of the Uriach laboratories through the lens of some of the most relevant photographers. Access these artists’ different image galleries and familiarize yourself with the evolution of the pharmaceutical industry, labour relations and the society of the moment.
The Uriach Pharmakoteka and the Historical Documentation Archive are two projects for the preservation of non-graphical archival artefacts from the Uriach laboratories. Have a look at a small selection of different pharmaceutical specialties and administrative documents from the end of the 20th century.