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In pre-revolutionary Russia there were several steps required before becoming a "pharmacist", the highest rank of the pharmaceutical degree: pharmacy student, pharmacy assistant, pharmacist, Master of Pharmacy degree.
Abram Gugovich ANDRES (1896-?)--a chemistry student, worked in his father's pharmacy (Hugo ANDRES) in Tula, also had worked in a St. Petersburg pharmacy.
Jacob Leontiyev VAYSBERG/WEISBERG--pharmacist, Bila
Joseph GIMPELSON----Novosilsky 4 city school (1912), Oryol/Orel gymnasium (1913)
Itsko Shmulevich GOFT--pharmacist, pharmacy manager
ZALEMAN--pharmacist, pharmacy manager
A. SIEFERT--pharmacy owner, Tula
Nathan Moiseevich MICHELSON--pharmacist, Jewish tradesman, pharmacy manager in Zheludsk, Novosil.
Mera Leybovna FRUKHSHTEYN--pharmacist's wife, from Novosibirsk province, Tula