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, Laurel Club to attend a national meeting of women employee clubs. They attended a special reception with President Theodore Roosevelt at the White House. Johnson & Johnson’s first female scientist, Edith von K---, was among the Johnson & Johnson delegates, as was Elizabeth P----, who was depicted in one of the Company’s stained glass windows.
Personal letter from P