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Our History: Our Mission

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By Margaret Gurowitz
Sep 08, 2011

In commemoration of the 125th anniversary of Johnson & Johnson this year, we’ve put together a new video about our history called Johnson & Johnson, Our History: Our Mission.  The video has many photographs, artifacts, documents and films from our archives that have never been seen before, and it tells the story of the founding and history of Johnson & Johnson and the ideas and philosophy that have been the backbone of the Company for 125 years. The story begins in Crystal Lake, Pennsylvania during the years of the American Civil War…

Enjoy, and feel free to share the video with your friends and family!

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Don Logan
SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 04:02 AM

Inspiring Video, the history of this company, from its beginnings are what make it the company it is today, Caring for the patients throughout the world. The Johnson brothers would be very proud of how their philosophy and passion has gone forward with innovative ideas and holding the Credo close to the General's original. Well done Margaret