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Day (Robert L.) Collection
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The materials in this collection were gathered by Robert L. Day, PharmD, who served as a faculty member and later as associate dean of the School of Pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco from 1962 until his retirement in 2012. The collection documents significant topics including the establishment of the School as the California College of Pharmacy in 1872; pharmacy curriculum development; the Clinical Pharmacy Program; school events; and alumni activities and remembrances.
Robert L. Day received his PharmD degree from the UCSF School of Pharmacy in 1959, and joined the faculty as assistant clinical professor of pharmacy in 1962. During his long and active career Day served as vice chair of the Department of Pharmacy (now the Department of Clinical Pharmacy) and, at the School level, as assistant dean for student affairs, associate dean for continuing education and professional affairs, and associate dean. He continued to teach pharmacy practice courses until 1998.
40.0 Linear Feet (45 boxes, 5 cartons, 15 reels of film/videotape, 5 oversized volumes, 2 rolled items, 1 framed portrait)
Copyright has not been assigned to the Library & Center for Knowledge Management. All requests for permission to publish or quote from material must be submitted in writing to the UCSF Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Library & Center for Knowledgement Management as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.
Collection is open for research. The UCSF Archives and Special Collections policy places access restrictions on material with privacy issues for a specific time period from the date of creation. Access to student records is restricted for 75 years from the latest date of the materials in those files. Access to records that contain personal and confidential information about an individual or individuals is restricted for 75 years from date of creation or until the death of the individual mentioned in the records, whichever is longer. Access to medical records is restricted for 100 years from the latest date of the materials in those files. Restrictions are noted at the file level. Contact the UCSF Archivist for information on access to these files.