Sunday, January 5, 2014

Smith, Kline & French Co. Perfumes

SMITH, KLINE & FRENCH CO. of PHILADELPHIA. In 1830, John K. Smith opened his first pharmacy in Philadelphia. Over the years the Smith, Kline and Company favorably amalgamated with the French, Richard and Company because of their successful management decisions.

In 1891, Smith, Kline and Company acquires French, Richards and Company, which provides the company with a greater portfolio of consumer brands. It changed its name to Smith Kline & French Laboratories to focus more on research in 1929.

Years later, Smith Kline & French Laboratories opened a new laboratory in Philadelphia; furthermore, it bought a laboratory called Norden Laboratories which was doing research into animal health to benefit their research in various other areas.

  • 1891 Eskay
  • 1891 Idealia
  • 1891 Scottish Queen
  • 1906 French’s Purity
  • 1906 French’s Rose-Violet
  • 1906 French’s Carnation Pink
  • 1911 Blue Danube
  • 1925 Artemis

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