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20. Ibid., 52.
21. Ibid., 14.
22. Ibid., xii.
23. Ibid.
24. Malcolm Jones, Newsweek, February 10, 2003.
25. Miller, City of the Century, 16.
26. George A. Bender, Great Moments in Pharmacy (Parke, Davies & Company,
1965), http://www.pharmacy.wsu.edu/History/history01.html.
27. Edward Kremers and George Urdang, History of Pharmacy, 4th ed., rev. Glenn
Sonnedecker (Madison, WI: American Institute of the History of Pharmacy,
1976), 19.
28. Ibid., 35.
29. Ibid., 157.
30. Ibid., 161.
31. Ibid., 262.
32. Ibid., 223.
33. Ibid.
34. Mark Pendergrast, For God, Country and Coca-Cola (New York: Basic,
2000), 9.




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35. Larson, The Devil in the White City, 38.
36. Ibid., 41.
37. Kremers and Urdang, History of Pharmacy, 205.
38. Nick Steneck and Joe Borda, Ann Arbor Observer, May 1995, 38“46.
39. Ibid.
40. Pendergrast, For God, Country and Coca-Cola , 10.
41. Larson, The Devil in the White City, 86.
42. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 73.
43. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 18.
44. Ibid.
45. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 73.
46. Ibid.
47. Ibid.
48. Ibid., 75.
49. Paul Harvey, “The Rest of the Story,” January 6, 1996.
50. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 75.
51. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 28.
52. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 94.
53. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 70.
54. Ibid., 3.
55. Ibid., 11.
56. Ibid., 6.
57. Ibid., 7.
58. Ibid., 16.
59. Ibid., 37.
60. Ibid., 38.
61. Ibid., 52.
62. Advertisement from the First National Bank, Chicago Tribune, March 30,
1890.
63. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 59.
64. Ibid., 49.
65. Ibid.
66. Ibid., 43.
67. Ibid., 65.
68. Ibid., 67.
69. Ibid., 68.




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70. Ibid.
71. Ibid., 70.
72. Ibid., 79.
73. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 35.
74. Ibid., 34“35.
75. Ibid., 35.
76. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 14.
77. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 35.


2 the star t of something special:
1910“1929

1. Marilyn R. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years (Deerfield, IL: Walgreen
Co., 2001), 16.
2. Herman Kogan and Rick Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation (Deerfield, IL:
Walgreen Co., 1989), 44.
3. Ibid., 42.
4. Mark Pendergrast, For God, Country and Coca-Cola (New York: Basic, 2000),
15.
5. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 44.
6. Zinger™s Ice Cream Parlor and Sweets, “A Brief History of Ice Cream,”
http://www.zingersicecream.com/history.htm.
7. HistoryChannel.com, “The History of Household Wonders”History of the
Refrigerator,” http://www.historychannel.com/exhibits/modern/fridge.html.
8. The Heptune Classical Jazz and Blues Lyrics Page, “I Scream, You Scream, We
All Scream for Ice Cream,” http://www.heptune.com/lyrics/iscreamy.html.
9. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 16.
10. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 44.
11. Ibid.
12. Myrtle Walgreen, Never a Dull Day (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1963), 107.
13. Videotaped interview with Chuck Walgreen, July 1994.
14. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 108.
15. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 46.
16. Ibid., 47.




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17. Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman Jr., In Search of Excellence (New
York: Warner, 1982), 225.
18. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 49.
19. Author interview with Dan Jorndt, October 23, 2002.
20. Charles R. Walgreen Sr., Pepper Pod 1, no. 1 (December 1919).
21. Ibid.
22. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 57.
23. Ibid.
24. Ibid., 59.
25. Michael MacCambridge, ed., ESPN Sportscentury (New York: Hyperion,
1999), 96“99.
26. Kenneth C. Davis, Don™t Know Much About History (New York: Avon, 1990),
257.
27. Ibid., 257; and Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 57.
28. Author interview with Charles Walgreen Jr., May 23, 2003.
29. National Film Board of Canada, Entre Amis/Between Friends (Toronto:
McClelland and Steward Limited, 1976), 86.
30. Author interview with Charles (Cork) Walgreen III, July 10, 2003.
31. Ibid.
32. Ibid.
33. Videotaped interview with Chuck Walgreen, July 1994.
34. Chain Store Age, 1925.
35. Ibid.
36. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 70.
37. Ibid., 70.
38. Ibid., 71.
39. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 3.
40. Walgreen, Never a Dull Day, 139“140.
41. Author interview with Chuck Walgreen, May 23, 2003.
42. Charles R. Walgreen Sr., Pepper Pod 3, no. 1 (August“September 1923).
43. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 2.
44. Author interview with Dan Jorndt, October 23, 2002.
45. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 88“96.
46. Ibid.
47. Ibid., 89.




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48. Ibid., 73.
49. Ibid., 90.
50. Ibid.
51. Ibid., 94.
52. Ibid., 95.
53. Ibid., 89.
54. Ibid., 89.
55. Ibid., 66.
56. Ibid., 89; also available on the company Web site, http://www.aptea.com.
57. Ibid., 88.
58. Ibid., 87.
59. Company brochure, Walgreens archives.
60. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 97.
61. Ibid., 81.
62. Author interview with Chuck Walgreen, July 10, 2003.
63. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 98.
64. Ibid., 100.
65. Ibid., 100“101.
66. Chain Store Review, September 1928.
67. Chain Store Review, June 1929.
68. Chain Store Review, September 1928.
69. Chain Store Review, August 1929.
70. Ibid.
71. Ibid.
72. Chain Store Review, October 1929.
73. Ibid.
74. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 105“106.
75. John Nickerson and Company, A Chronicle of Progress (New York: author,
1929); from Walgreens archives.
76. Ibid.
77. Ibid.

3 nothing to fear: 1929“1945

1. Kenneth C. Davis, Don™t Know Much About History (New York: Avon, 1990),
270“271.




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2. Ken Burns, Baseball (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994), 197.
3. Harold Melvin, Chicago: Growth of a Metropolis (Chicago: University of
Chicago Press, 1973), 362.
4. Ibid.
5. Charles R. Walgreen Sr., Pepper Pod, January 1932.
6. Pepper Pod, January 1931.
7. Author interview with Dan Jorndt, October 23, 2002.
8. Charles R. Walgreen Sr., company publication, Walgreens archives.
9. Marilyn R. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years (Deerfield, IL: Walgreen
Co., 2001), 28.
10. Walgreens 1931 Annual Report.
11. Herman Kogan and Rick Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation (Deerfield, IL:
Walgreen Co., 1989), 119.
12. Letter from Arthur Anderson, Walgreens archives.
13. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 48.
14. Ibid., 145.
15. Ibid., 126.
16. Ibid.
17. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 92.
18. Ibid.
19. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 121.
20. Russell Stover Company Web site”http://russellstover.com.
21. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 123.
22. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 21.
23. Ibid.
24. Frederick C. Klein, “As a Boy in Chicago,” Wall Street Journal, May 22, 2000.
25. Davis, Don™t Know Much About History, 271.
26. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 119.
27. Ibid., 130.
28. Curt Smith, The Storytellers (New York: MacMillan, 1995), 28.
29. Ibid., 58.
30. Pepper Pod, December 1934.
31. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 143.
32. Ibid., 96.
33. Ibid., 143.
34. Ibid.




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35. “500 Corner Drugstores,” Fortune, September 1934.
36. Anonymous, “Hazelwood: Its Masters,” from the archives of the Chicago
Historical Society.
37. Myrtle Walgreen, Never a Dull Day (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1963), 212.
38. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 72.
39. Author interview with Chuck Walgreen, May 23, 2003.
40. Ibid.
41. Ibid.
42. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 147“148.
43. Ibid., 148.
44. Ibid., 149.
45. Author interview with Chuck Walgreen, May 22, 2003.
46. Robert Coven, “Red Maroons,” Chicago History (magazine) (Spring/Summer
1992), 20“37.
47. Ibid., 22“24.
48. Ibid., 20.
49. Personal letter of Charles Walgreen Sr., from the Chicago Historical Society
archives.
50. Coven, “Red Maroons,” 20“37.
51. Ibid., 32“34.
52. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 159.
53. Ibid.
54. Ibid., 160.
55. Coven, “Red Maroons,” 36.
56. Author interview with Chuck Walgreen, May 23, 2003.
57. Videotaped interview with Chuck Walgreen, July 1994.
58. “500 Corner Drugstores,” Fortune.
59. Abbey, Walgreens: Celebrating 100 Years, 22.
60. Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 163“164.
61. Chicago Daily News, in Kogan and Kogan, Pharmacist to the Nation, 172.
62. Letter from Richard Byrd, Walgreens archives.

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