Print newsletter for Parke-Davis Holland called the Chem-Municator dated April 12, 1974. The brochure has an article titled, "This Is Parke-Davis / Holland".
Parke-Davis acquired property in Holland, MI in 1950, and their first plant opened in 1952. The plant was built to manufacture chloromycetin, the first synthetically produced antibiotic. Parke-Davis was acquired by Warner-Lambert in 1970. Pfizer acquired Warner-Lambert and in turn became part of the larges pharmaceutical company in the world. The Holland plant closed in 2005.
Gift ofDykstra, Robert