Covering over one hundred years of pharmaceutical history, the Donald F. Salvatori Pharmacy Museum shows the evolution of medicine. Three rooms from different periods reflect how times have changed. In the 1890s room, Victorian architecture sets off the glass bottles and handwritten labels. Over-the-Counter drugs and prescription booklets fill the 1940s room, and a modern pharmacy resembles a Good Neighbor Pharmacy found on street corners today. Visitors can also view a large collection of mortars and pestles made from different materials around the world.