Category Archives: Connections


The Laurel Club Meets President Theodore Roosevelt!

Margaret on October 8th, 2015 at 5:52PM

Meeting the President of the United States is a rare honor. In 2014, a Johnson & Johnson employee had lunch with President Barack Obama as part of the company’s participation in the White House Summit on Working Families. More than … Continue reading


Five Cool Facts from Johnson & Johnson History

Margaret on August 20th, 2015 at 6:27PM

August brings heat and humidity to just about everyone, and it’s a time when many people head to the beach, or to air conditioning, or on vacation — or all three combined! So to help everyone stay cool in the … Continue reading


Nursing History at Johnson & Johnson

Margaret on May 6th, 2015 at 8:05PM

Support for nursing is a fundamental part of the history of Johnson & Johnson.  Its roots go back to the founding of the company, and to the beginnings of modern nursing itself. Nurses are featured in the first paragraph of … Continue reading

Since 1970, April 22 has marked Earth Day. The first Earth Day is widely considered to have inaugurated the modern environmental movement and, since then, the day is celebrated annually around the world. The theme of this year’s Earth Day … Continue reading

There’s a saying that the best place to hide something is in plain sight.  Anyone who has frantically tried to find his or her keys certainly can attest to that being the case.  But did you know that it’s also … Continue reading

It’s hard to believe that December is here!  In celebration of the 12th month of the year and the colder weather it brings, here are 12 cool things from Johnson & Johnson history. 1.  Ken Burns’ latest documentary, The Roosevelts: … Continue reading


More Cool Things from Our Museum Call for Artifacts!

Margaret on June 17th, 2014 at 5:34PM

  Our public call for artifacts for our Museum restoration is a few weeks old and, so far, Kilmer House readers have seen two of the coolest items – a Zonweiss clock and a Lister’s Fumigator – that have come … Continue reading


Johnson & Johnson Museum Artifacts Drive

Margaret on April 23rd, 2014 at 5:26PM

Do You Have a Piece of Johnson & Johnson History? Since 1886, Johnson & Johnson has been part of the lives of generations of patients, families and communities throughout the world.   As we work to preserve our history through the … Continue reading

Infographics are everywhere today.  They’re colorful, easy to understand, they present information in a graphic, entertaining way, and they appeal to people who learn better visually rather than through the written word alone. If you need to educate and entertain … Continue reading


Recent Acquisitions and a Mystery!

Margaret on May 30th, 2013 at 3:43PM

One of the most amazing things about Johnson & Johnson history is the connection that people feel to it – employees, retirees, people whose ancestors worked for Johnson & Johnson, and people who grew up with our iconic BAND-AID® Brand … Continue reading

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