Images courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art Circa 1900-1905, the unwieldy but portable "Sparklet Nasal" might have offered some relief to asthmatics, if not "completely cure head colds" as the poster by French artist G.
What does PMA stand for?
PMA stands for Philadelphia Museum of Art
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- Performance Measurement Association
- Permanent Magnet Alternator
- Permanent Magnet Assembly
- Peroneal Muscular Atrophy
- Personnel Management Advisor/Academy
- Perth Metropolitan Area (Perth, Australia)
- Peter Martin Associates (various locations)
- Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association of South Africa
- Phased Maintenance Availability
- Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (men's music fraternity)
- Philippine Medical Association
- Philippine Military Academy
- Philippine Motors Association
- Phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate
- Photo Marketing Association
- Physical Medium Attachment
- Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy (Caltech division)
- Pierce, Monroe and Associates, LLC (Detroit, MI)
- Pilates Method Alliance
Samples in periodicals archive:
Philadelphia Museum of Art and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts to Acquire Painting; Contributions Are Ongoing PHILADELPHIA, Dec.
In this article, we examine 6 art objects from the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the context of sexual health, especially the prevention and control of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV (2).
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the only American venue that will host Dali, the major centennial retrospective exhibition devoted to Salvador Dali (1904-1989).
org January 14 Making Melodies Dance Sandy Silva percussion dancer Great Stair Hall, Philadelphia Museum of Art Info: 215.
Stein collection and thirty objects from the holdings of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA)--various aspects of Italian Renaissance maiolica, including its manufacture, artists, production centers, design, function, patronage, value, and relation to other domestic goods.
A recent exhibit of Thrash's work at the Philadelphia Museum of Art featured his carborundum prints, his etchings, lithographs, aquatints and watercolors.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art in association with Yale University Press.