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Pfizer Inc.



Pfizer Inc. was formerly formerly named the Chas. Pfizer and Company, inc. The name was changed to Pfizer Inc. in about 1970. W. E. and Henry Upjohn established the Upjohn Pill and Granule Company in 1886. The name was changed to the Upjohn Company in 1902 and merged with Pharmacia AB in November 1995, becoming Pharmacia and Upjohn. In April 2000, Pharmacia and Upjohn merged with Monsanto and Searle, becoming Pharmacia Corp. In 2002, Pfizer Inc. announced plans to buy Pharmacia and they took over on April 16, 2003. The company is now known as Pfizer Inc.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Paula Lupina Collection

Identifier: RH-A-3443

This collection is composed of professional materials compiled by Paula Lupina during her time spent employed by the Upjohn Company, Pharmacia & Upjohn, Pharmacia, and Pfizer. Lupina worked in the departments of Discovery Research, Global Operations, and Facilities Resources from 1972 – May, 2004.

Dates: 1972-2004

Pfizer Inc. Collection

Identifier: RH-A-3149
Scope and Contents This collection documents the history and the operations of the Upjohn Company. The collection consists of manufacturing records produced from the tablets, pills and special formulas departments as well as individual researchers; full financial statements from 1901-1933 as well as a full run of annual reports from 1945-1986; real estate files; advertising and publicity as well as marketing and sales files; complete runs of Upjohn News, Scope, and The Overflow; company appraisals; and a...
Dates: 1875-2001