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    • DuPont Magazine [April 1947]

    • Table of Contents: 1946 in review; Chick time again; Afloat with Dulux; A decade with DuPont lucite; Fashioned for rain; Eye buying; Window dressing; Hit-em hard, and often; X-ray, fluoroscopic, and intensifying screens; Did you know; What's new.
    • 1947
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1973]

    • Table of Contents: A bashing good time; Corrosion fighters, Texas style; The informer; Paper safeguard for a high-powered age; A labor of love; Taming the toughest mile; A very special divider; Guiding light for airmen; A protective wrap for...
    • 1973
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1935]

    • Table of Contents: A challenge that was accepted; Everfast, true to the name; Has color a place in plant maintenance; Commercial refrigeration; A half century of progress; Striking effects in fall knits; Plastics in today's modes of travel; The...
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine February 1935]

    • Table of Contents: A chemical family II; Behind the scenes with Mickey Mouse; Friendly fertilizers; Lacquer's screen career; Conquering swamps with dynamite; Flying high in luxury; The home of tomorrow; What's new; Skeet has a field day; Presenting...
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1935]

    • Table of Contents: A chemical family III; Introducing Nitramon; From heel to toe; Wrapping the spread for our daily bread; Plant protection by painting; What's new; Sodium-zinc alloy; Car colors are brighter; Away down south in Arkansas.
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1935]

    • Table of Contents: A chemical family IV; Blowing the bar; Pioneering in medical service; the way of the Glyd-a-Way; The saga of the Siamese cat; Safeguarding your milk supply; Protection for hands that work; Vat colors make fast friends; For...
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1965]

    • Table of Contents: A clean sweep for all soils; Carving caverns for bottled gas; Automating an ancient art; Doorway to the moon; Coating fo a king-size container; Colors for colorful cars; Wardrobe for warm weather; Checkmate on crabgrass; What's...
    • 1965
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1983]

    • Table of Contents: A cook's delight; A hit record in data storage; A plow in a jug; Long lasting bubbles; Starblast gets the nod; It's plumb easy; Hold back the sea; Footnotes on a carpet triumph; A unique edge in cutting performance; Tunnel...
    • 1983
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1984]

    • Table of Contents: A fresh look at Frito-lay; A hand in feeding the world; Water for a stone-bound island; It's a small wonder; The ultimate canoe conclusion; Car DUPX 17032, where are you; Transformer transformation; Untouched by human hands;...
    • 1984
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1979]

    • Table of Contents: A game competitor; Handled with care; New perspectives on the old brown box; Penetrating search for perfection; A nice reflection on Dallas; Making an impact on computers; From the front of the house to the back; Tall orders for...
    • 1979
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1926]

    • Table of Contents: A huge rock excavation job; Rayon on dress parade; Gleaming gifts for Christmas; Fifty years of gold mining; Boring through the Cascades; Blasting rock for roads; Kentucky's House of coal; Rayon window draperies; Aid to the...
    • 1926
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1967]

    • Table of Contents: A leap ahead in lubricants; New air of structural importance; The mighty module for microelectronics; The ice age: a modern version; Coating to charm a community; Hydraulic lift for six million tons of iron; The house the air...
    • 1967
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1994]

    • Table of Contents: A leg up on luxury; Made for each other; King of the road; Long-distance diagnosis; All aflutter over flags; The DBE difference; The everyman open; Log cabin's new quarters; A report on electronic publishing; Over the bounding...
    • 1994
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 1, 2000]

    • Table of Contents: A little taste of heaven; Signs of endurance; Sustainable growth: DuPont's 21st century goal; Welcome, pioneer; Good news from the front; Mission possible: earthbound safety; Baby, it's cold outside; Lighter on liftoff; The...
    • 2000
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1968]

    • Table of Contents: A lot of lively leg work; What's for dinner; Industry's uninhibited hang-up; Lifeguard in the backyard; The inconspicuous air conditioner; Harwood sell at hershey; Million-gallon solution for San Jose; To get a good start, get a...
    • 1968
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1990]

    • Table of Contents: A natural twist in footwear; Heart of the heart-helper; Now that's a lube job; Stix in pax: that's Vegisnax; World-class car; Suited for cycling; An enduring precedent; New anwer to a burning question; High-flying globe-hopper;...
    • 1990
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1928]

    • Table of Contents: A new chemical discovery; In the nick of time; Where shall we dine; Tested by sun and shower; renovating a pond for new tenants; Pyralin beautifies cutlery; New kitches for old; Something new in quarrying; Protective mattress...
    • 1928
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1926]

    • Table of Contents: A new force in industry; Great northern tunnel; Railroad pioneers, new style; Explorer's third eye; Help furnished, Fabrikoid; Our future supply of oil; Duco stains now available; Shooting up cement kilns; A sport bag for...
    • 1926
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1939]

    • Table of Contents: A new outlook for an old industry; A pipe dream that came true; Passengers and pigeons; Five star, the improved ethanol anti-freeze; At ease; Velvet in the spotlight; What's new; Coiffure compact; Refrigerators on the line.
    • 1939
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1933]

    • Table of Contents: A perfume of promise; Let's go down to the sea again; Gardinol and brilliant Avirol products; Our daily bread; Two contributions to chemistry's progress; Modern furniture; Chicago's new water supply; Speaking of rayon; This can...
    • 1933
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1988]

    • Table of Contents: A plus in leisure fabircs; the wright stuff; Freewheeling on Broadway; Instant savings bond; A screaming success; A bumper with looks that last; Cleaning with care; Most advanced thinking on two feet; Encouraging words on the...
    • 1988
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1993]

    • Table of Contents: A recipe for change; Of mice and men; Monster green; Hot times, cool answers; No grass dare skirt this barrier; Unrolling the future of flooring; Fresh hope for a mature problem; More power; Up close and personal, and safe; News...
    • 1993
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1985]

    • Table of Contents: A skilled hand in gloves; Staying clean; Sound design ideas; $1 spent is $4 earned; A pipe dream come true; This lightweight packs a big punch; Comfort 'round the calendar; Spirited views of the past; Rag top revival; News in...
    • 1985
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1927]

    • Table of Contents: A state brings back its wild life; Gleaming gifts for Christmas; Rayon and Christmas; Books and their binding; Duco refinishing service; Creating personal gifts; Drive under the river; A trunk for short travels; New comfort in...
    • 1927
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1931]

    • Table of Contents: A statement of policy; Laying a thousand miles of pipe line; Shower curtains of rayon materials; Oklahoma's game refuges; Modern tools that save time; Monson slate from the pine tree state; How slate is produced and some of its...
    • 1931
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1995]

    • Table of Contents: A striking improvement; Something old, something new; Canola, clearly Canadian; High seas, high tech; The scoop on source reduction; The basis for your bounty; Nothing moves like Lycra; Chunnel vision; A road map to registration;...
    • 1995
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 4, 1998]

    • Table of Contents: A thoroughbred sets the pace; Tagged for life; Success is in the bag; Winning wheels; Kitchen culture: cooks, cooking & cookware; A lifetime of good looks; Farmers find fertile ground in our hometown; The last great race; New...
    • 1998
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1930]

    • Table of Contents: A year of progress; Lindbergh's Lockheed Sirius; Detective stories or pure knowledge; Duco in Japan; Trains in colors; The iron ore industry of the lake superior district; Builders of good will; Color goes into the movies;...
    • 1930
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1929]

    • Table of Contents: Abililty and adaptability; Movies with stereoscopic values shown on full-stage screen; Harmonized rooms for homes; Beautiful, efficient refrigerators; Here they come; Dynamite at school; Off for the Mediterranean; Selling the...
    • 1929
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1930]

    • Table of Contents: Accident prevention in the chemical industry; Draining a desert of the past; And now, fire-resistant motion picture screens; California pheasantry; Fabrikoid in beautiful printed effects; When winter comes; Built like a fine...
    • 1930
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1934]

    • Table of Contents: Adaptability; Keeps the home fires burning; Beach blasting down Barnegat Way; We congratulate the railroads; Your humble servants, lacquered fabric tablecloths; The development of the apple industry; Multiple radio homes...
    • 1934
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1919]

    • Table of Contents: Advertising World Reconstruction; The Part of Paint in Winning the War; Man and his Miseries; Land for Returning Soldiers; Dynamite Overcomes Huge Engineering Difficulties; Carrying Munitions to Perry and Pershing; Refinishing...
    • 1919
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1919]

    • Table of Contents: After-War Hunger; Clearing Muck Land; The Penholder; The Menace of the Ice Gorge; Jimmie the Coon; Paint as Light Producer for Factory and Mill Interiors; Ivory Py-ra-lin During the War and After; The Destructive Distillation of...
    • 1919
    • DuPont Magazine [August 1929]

    • Table of Contents: Age of speed; New Callao Port works; New decortive art in the bindery ; Moving a million yards of earth; Shoes, sans stables, nails or stitches; Shades in toyland; Frosted foods and Cellophane; Thirty-four years of progress at...
    • 1929
    • DuPont Magazine [July 1918]

    • Table of Contents: Agriculture and the War; An Idle Army of 500,000,000; Camphor; The Shotgun in Modern Warfare; Apply Industrial Paints; Making Nitroglycerin; Making Black Blasting Powder; Smokeless Rifle Powders.
    • 1918
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1935]

    • Table of Contents: Air conditioning; Parasites on the veins of life; Making printed fabrics of color-fast; The natural beauty of amber and rock crystal is reproduced in boudoir sets made of DuPont Pyralin; Bruce Rogers of New Fairfield and London;...
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1975]

    • Table of Contents: Airborne bucket brigade; DuPont's first lady of poultry; A little cham-ber music; A case of unmistaken identity; What's for dinner this year; Assault on the savage mountain; The science of shine; Standardizing the artful; A...
    • 1975
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1996]

    • Table of Contents: America's best dressed birds; Sticking it out; Making a splash in the bath; Preserving the classics; A chapter of automotive history; Bringing new light to x-rays; Take good care of your babies; Style savvy foresight; Lubes that...
    • 1996
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1919]

    • Table of Contents: America's Highways; The Crow, a Chicken Thief; Blasting Concrete; The Making of Process Ink; Denver Mountain Peaks; National Sales Service; Secret of DuPont Py-ra-lin Enamels; Origin of the Rubber Industry; Good Homes and How to...
    • 1919
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1923]

    • Table of Contents: American dyestuffs industry, 1922 and 1923; Automobile trunk arrives; Tree planting after ten years; Protective coatings for iron and steel; Dynamite for choker holes; Blasting riprap economically.
    • 1923
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1926]

    • Table of Contents: An economic service; World's largest raincoat; Pyralin window protection; Duco color advisory service; What rayon means to the public; The modern wardrobe trunk; Cellophane in the meat packing industry; Natron cut-off in Oregon;...
    • 1926
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1929]

    • Table of Contents: An enviable record; Thrills, ask a cameraman; Carney's Pont game farm; Another DuPont service; Fine chairs are made at Grand Ledge; Factory economy and lighting; What happens to powder kegs; Bright colors for ottomans;...
    • 1929
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1927]

    • Table of Contents: An important development; Conowingo, a new power giant; The Minute Man, new style; Belting that lives longer; Hosiery, old and new; The sport's the thing; Now Duco clear for home uses; Moultrie versus mosquitoes; Let's go...
    • 1927
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1944]

    • Table of Contents: An improved explosive rivet; And speaking of rivets; Spinning into war; Nylon, after the war; Engineering and contruction; Heavy chemicals for war; A safety color code for industry; An end to poison ivy; What's new.
    • 1944
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1950]

    • Table of Contents: Annual report 1949; Chemistry on the hoof; No ivy, no itch; Introducing teflon enamels; What's wrong with this picture; Go gly a kytoon; Give a boy a gun, and be safe; Pay-off for Camden; The furious 500; Did you know; Meet Mr....
    • 1950
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1940]

    • Table of Contents: Another twelve months in review; Round the world with Dulux; Two decades of progress; Colorful cutlery; From a nation's photograph album; Foot comfort insured; Parkchester; What's new; Plastics go into high gear; It's all in the...
    • 1940
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1946]

    • Table of Contents: Antu the modern pied piper; The Roanoke field service laboratory; Brighter, fresher, cleaner; Designed for your teeth; Rayon fashions for forty-six; Seed treatment helps the farmer; Face lifting for old documents; What's new; Air...
    • 1946
    • DuPont Magazine [July 1920]

    • Table of Contents: Are breakers ahead; Pine of the southland; Relieving traffic troubles; Chairs and their upholstery; America dominant or subservient; Dredges, stump-pullers and dynamite; Making glasses comfortable; More kick in blasting caps and...
    • 1920
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1925]

    • Table of Contents: Are we still in the old business cycle, or in a new one; Armor-plating cedar chests; Adding safety to yellow cabs; Does the work of fifteen men; Real man-sized radio; Turning a mountain into a memorial; Scupturing with DuPont...
    • 1925
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1939]

    • Table of Contents: At the New York World's Fair; On cushioned air; Ceramic saga; Growing plants must eat; Engineered to control light; Constructing Pennsylvania's super-highway; Combs by the million; Color finishes for trucks; DuPont Nylon steps...
    • 1939
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1945]

    • Table of Contents: Atomic energy; Reversing the inflation trend; The strange case of the M.V. Ondina; The fascinating story of cold light; Color in the plant; Remington crack shots aid armed forces; Those new hospital unit cars; Shooting for...
    • 1945
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1914]

    • Table of Contents: Avoid Thawing Accidents; The Trouble Duo; Improved Red Cross Dynamite; A Winner: Red Cross Extra 20%; Snow Doesn't Fease the Red Cross Blaster; Word "Danger" on Every Cartridge; A Remarkable Shot with DuPont Straight Dynamite and...
    • 1914
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1920]

    • Table of Contents: Banking situation; New upholstery material that solves an old problem; Road building in the Rockies; Making the United States again a nation of riflemen; Foundations for our infant industry; Selecting gifts; Colored enamels;...
    • 1920
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1930]

    • Table of Contents: Beautifying our roads; New honor to the new south; Our dreamers are builders; Are these colors fast; Cutting coal costs; The land of the Incas; Swing over the bumps; Exhibit at Camp Perry; Decorative lighting; Make music with...
    • 1930
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1939]

    • Table of Contents: Behind a colorful Christmas; Spotlight your Christmas packages; The intimate gift; Trailing the tractor; Santa becomes practical; New era on the Nanticoke; Gifts for home and field; A better way to choose colors; Attractive and...
    • 1939
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1938]

    • Table of Contents: Better living through chemistry; Lucite shows the way to greater safety on the highways; How Gypsum Plaster was developed; For the June bride; Cementing the gap; a Son is born to the royal family of rayon; What's new; From cotton...
    • 1938
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1914]

    • Table of Contents: Big Boom in Trapshooting; Prosperity Insurance; Popularizing a Sport Through Advertising; Trapshooting Club Secretary Blasts Cellar With Red Cross; Wasted Ammunition; National Advertising of Fabrikoid; Catskill Aqueduct an...
    • 1914
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1963]

    • Table of Contents: Big wave of dream boats; A strapping that stays tight; Hanging a 2-acre hammock; Every shooter a big shot; Staging Hollywood's comeback; I remember the butcher's straw hat; Missouri's limestone cellar; From Miami to Mont...
    • 1963
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1932]

    • Table of Contents: Borrow, tax or save more; Painted Caterpillars; Arms and two men; Cellophane at play; Shirt shrinkage can now be controlled; Keep your White House white; Little accessories before the fact; Show window of industry; Those slipping...
    • 1932
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1986]

    • Table of Contents: Boss of all the trails; Fast, no-fuss flat tire repair; Brain storms; Protective apple corps; More than another nylon; Bright prospects for optical disc; The paint with a past; A feel for more fish; Vying for the eyes of Texas;...
    • 1986
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1946]

    • Table of Contents: Bridges are vulnerable; Where did you get that egg; DuPont telefilm had a d-day; Makes mining safer; To help feed a hungry world; DuPont nylon on display; New stles for produce; Doors and walls that fold; What's new.
    • 1946
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1918]

    • Table of Contents: Building the Ocean Bridges; Limestone for Everyone; Nitrate of Sda -- A Life of Necessity; Why Better Roads Immediately; The Brandywine Mill; Painted Furniture; Care of the Rifle; Destructive Disposition of the Crow; Shoot Life...
    • 1918
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1924]

    • Table of Contents: Business conditions show little change; Under the richest hill on earth; 1924 Oaklands finished in Duco; Miltford liners used in Stetson shoes; How long since you gave your plant the once-over; How qualities of DuPont coated...
    • 1924
    • DuPont Magazine [August 1924]

    • Table of Contents: Business outlook; We amputate a stack; Campal, a real pal; Duco-finished car wins at Indianapolis; Battling the bandits with Pyralin; Proper use of permissibles; Opening a new mine in Illinois; Railroad work at Central City,...
    • 1924
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1924]

    • Table of Contents: Business passes in review; Pyralin model of the Shenandoah is used for scientific tests; Quarrying a canal in the heart of a city; Learn how to shoot at Camp perry; Opening a new railroad in Kentucky; There is no all-purpose...
    • 1924
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1963]

    • Table of Contents: Carrier strike; Seating for the seat of nations; Inside pitch of uniforms; Seagoing roadway rides on rubber; Colorful lure in an island showcase; Environment by the ton; Master stroke for greener golf courses; More than a walk-on...
    • 1963
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1941]

    • Table of Contents: Champions of their class; Chemistry speeds up textile bleaching; To help America conserve food; Tufts by the billions; Nylon tells a story; Kraft cheese goes to market; No more bottenecks in self-service stores.
    • 1941
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1965]

    • Table of Contents: Changing the form of foam; A new web for hidden jobs; Super savings for a supersonic ship; White shoes: they're back in Corfam; Boom in metals joined by a boom; Wall fabrics with disdain for stains; New muscle for the lumberjack;...
    • 1965
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 2,  1999]

    • Table of Contents: Charting the course for a new century; When in doubt, wear it; From dinner plate to farm gate; Color me Corian; Beauty and the box; What's up; Picture this; Slipping earth's surly bonds; The shape of things to come; Let's do...
    • 1999
    • DuPont Magazine [June-July 1954]

    • Table of Contents: Chemical watchdogs; Little packages, little waste; Cold comfort for industry; We're first class spongers; Footprints; New jobs for Teflon; The fuels of tomorrow; Chemistry helps make the man; Industry's war on weeds; Paper's...
    • 1954
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1936]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry aids agriculture; Gasoline flows under a river; Rolling along with Armco; McGraw manufactures chests; From ice chests to iced refrigerators; DuPrene conquers sunlight; Quality marches on; At home on wheels; Modern...
    • 1936
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1933]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and agricultural progress; Cellophane, the magic cloak of yuletide; PX cloth goes to school; New boudoir accessories by DuPont; Those horizontal drills; Introducing Elasticord; The yarn of better fashions; A service on...
    • 1933
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1940]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and American security; Stepping through the centuries; World's largest car ferry; Mood music; Nitramon S; Short journeys to DuPont plants; What's new; Chemical gems become boudoir accessories; Modern plastics...
    • 1940
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1937]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and cost; A lift for Santa Claus; Grumpy at breakfast; Let rayon help you with your Christmas shopping; The world's longest tunnel; Let Christmas gifts express your personality; Sweetheart satin; Neoprene in Hollywood.
    • 1937
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1937]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and you; A story of progress; At Rockefeller Center; Mud blasting above the clouds; Fashions that lough at showers; The great waltz of net; Pot shots on the Fabrikoid front; A sweet idea; Strange as it seems.
    • 1937
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1937]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and you; Balloons for the weatherman; What women should know about fast colors; Chemistry and the sponge industry; The story of bookmaking; Modern trends in white house paints; What's new; Pine stumps to fine chemicals;...
    • 1937
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1937]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and you; Scoring two firsts; Fine packages for fine things; Safety in industry; The largest open-pit iron-ore mine; Little ladies of fashion; What's new; Let's take a look at plastics; The mark of a master; The key to...
    • 1937
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1928]

    • Table of Contents: Chemistry rescues wealth from industrial wastes. DuPont keeps step with progress in aviation; Creating a new vogue in boudoir accessories; Duco sits with the moderns; Quarrying practices; Prize winners all; Mining gold in...
    • 1928
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1986]

    • Table of Contents: Clean roadsides ahead; Safety: it's good business; Portable power nail driver; A clear voice abroad; A seaworthy choice; Compressing the game of golf; The I-system has it; America's swimwear team; Giving nature a boost; Ahead of...
    • 1986
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1962]

    • Table of Contents: Cleaner sweep for streets; Leather' slivelier look; Lycra: sheer strength in an elastic fiber; Colorful arena that flips its lid; High ride to history; Hydrogen peroxide takes off; How to hold a home together; Celestial signal...
    • 1962
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1968]

    • Table of Contents: Clockwork sometimes not so smooth; Gateway arch:a triumph of triangles; Anatomy of a superjet; Bowling down the lanes; Fresh start for a fashion fad; Industrial growing pains; The tie that binds; Minature view of big business;...
    • 1968
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1918]

    • Table of Contents: Coal Conservation a National Problem; Road Building Under Difficulties; The Romance of Stone; The Making of Artificial Leather; Conserve the Food Supply by Conserving the Game; King Cotton Enlarges his Domain; Roadway Maintenance...
    • 1918
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1940]

    • Table of Contents: Coal in a chemical age; Mountain water for migrant fish; Shades of Beau Brummell; Design for modern living; What's new; Rendezvous of notables; A pipe-line to better smoking; Styling with paint.
    • 1940
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1957]

    • Table of Contents: Color sells itself; White is white white; Atomic canaries; The culture of the businessman; Golden cargo; The automatic suit; big boom on the Mesabi; Colorado's Don Quixote of business; Meanwhile, back and the plant; Wild west...
    • 1957
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1983]

    • Table of Contents: Comfort over the long haul; Highballin' to yesterday; DuPont: an electronics leader; On the road to better communications; The wave of the past and future; Keeping the records straight; And still more magic; healthy impulses; The...
    • 1983
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1930]

    • Table of Contents: Competition; Five-foot shelf; Drainage systems should be properly maintained; The oil industry uses its own by-product to protect pipe; Closet boxes a new vogue; Getting facts from flights; They're in the army now; With Byrd in...
    • 1930
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1923]

    • Table of Contents: Confidence in the future is warranted; You see Pyroxylin finishes every day; Spanning America's Rhine; The Berg wardrobecase; World's record smashed; That new wood product, Cellophane; Cracking a frozen wheel with dynamite;...
    • 1923
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1914]

    • Table of Contents: Conservation; Excavating Lake Washington Canal; Dependability; Smokeless Bananas; Ballistite Unhurt by Three Months' Immersion; Practical Explosives Efficiency; Two or More Electric Blasting Caps in a Bore Hole; Depth of Charges...
    • 1914
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1966]

    • Table of Contents: Cool coatings for colorful craft; The fantastic furniture fabric; The added touch of luxury; Giving cargo losses the air; Taming the tempermental Sandy; Palette that promises precision; Easing the squeeze in schools; New...
    • 1966
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 3, 1999]

    • Table of Contents: Corian lives largei n NYC; Prosperity in pork; A whale of a story; Dwarfing Mount Olympus; Selling the invisible difference; A second chance at life; The new inkjet set; Hoteling in the office; On a roll; Planting the seeds of...
    • 1999
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1931]

    • Table of Contents: Costly indium now obtained by electrolysis; Made by men for menA modern cellini, Winold Reiss; Why you pay good money for moisture; Skeet, a year-round sport; The human hand was the first comb; To irrigate 80,000 acres of Idaho's...
    • 1931
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1933]

    • Table of Contents: Cotton and the dye chemist; How DuPont PX cloth was developed; Emily Post, hostess to 13, 000,000 women; Better chairs for youngsters; Roads to geyserland; An institution older than the nation; Dulux in the sky; Dynamiting ice...
    • 1933
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1985]

    • Table of Contents: Counting the cardiac cadence; How wow pows ow; Don't stop the music; A solid investment; Freeze it, slice it, beat it; Custom decor on the floor; New offshore era for oil; Composite flight plan; The railway war on weeds; News in...
    • 1985
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1966]

    • Table of Contents: Crazy Horse, the granite image; Clothes with lasting memories; Mists for a masculine market; TV's finest hours; Film for faster filing; big change in small change; Gems of the ocean; The Thinking man's toy takes on bigger tasks;...
    • 1966
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1941]

    • Table of Contents: Crystals of consequence; DuPont serves the graphic arts; The Coeur d'Alene mining district; Meat on the march; Viva la America Latina; Savings in the tank; New plastic for fluorescent lighting; Clocking the miliseconds.
    • 1941
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1920]

    • Table of Contents: Cycle of business; Sixth national chemical exposition; Finishing school at Newburgh; Dyestuff intermediates; A successful toy industry; Service in handling the paint inquiry; Setting the store stage; Add years of use to trucks...
    • 1920
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 4, 1999]

    • Table of Contents: Dedicated to the fight against AIDS; To do list for the planet; The human bean; Extreme performance; Energy to spare; It's different, it's Corian; Working hard with Carhartt; Flash forward; Nylong rugs, meet the computer;...
    • 1999
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 1, 1998]

    • Table of Contents: Depth perception; The eyes have it; All thrill, no chill; In step with a giant; New branches on a growing business; Out of the flying plane, into the fire; Designs that endure; A salute to safety; Piers without peer; Proof...
    • 1998
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1979]

    • Table of Contents: Dial M for Modular; A tough line sends 'em reeling; The automotive imperative: part two; Finding formulas for fuel economy; Return of the blimp; Keeping current on electrical problems; A mixed match; Almost indestructible ally of...
    • 1979
    • DuPont Magazine [July 1927]

    • Table of Contents: Discovery days in Alaska; Summer dress bulletin; New beauties for interiors; Duco gets a new job; They sell on sight; Cooperative ditching; The truth about Tontine; Unusual blasting problems; Treat me rough, I like it; A mighty...
    • 1927
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 2, 2000]

    • Table of Contents: DNA fingerprints nap an elusive culprit; Message in a model; The king of fishes; A glowing introduction; The pride of Spartanburg; Eastward, into the record book; Signposts on the kylin; Hey, pop, look at me now; Exploring new...
    • 2000
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1975]

    • Table of Contents: Down the garden path; Artful bursh upon spunbonded canvas; A question of hunting; Parking lot for pleasure boats; Man in the middle; What's important is, you're alive; New synonym for sharp; The trolley sings a new song; What's...
    • 1975
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1991]

    • Table of Contents: Drawings on demand; Artifacts of the future; Selling automotive safety; Another bedtime story; Good news for these ears; Hot new name in cold; Renovation at Riverside Park; Axarel, the safer solution; Taking the plunge with...
    • 1991
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1928]

    • Table of Contents: Duplate, a new improved non-shatterable glass; Modern methods of quarrying Indiana Oolitic limestone; Fabrikoid modernized for artist decorators; More hydroelectric power for North Carolina; Draining muck land; Better ventilation...
    • 1928
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1938]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont announces Nylon; Personality in Christmas gifts; Lichens from the land of the midnight sun; Stars in candlelight; Christmas comes to Madrid (New Mexico); And now safer safety glass; Fair doings; Style for everybody; Let's...
    • 1938
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1914]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont Gelatin Blasts Tunnels Under the Mississippi; Dynamite Extinguishes Mine Fire; The Blast Heard 'Round the World; Practical Explosives' Efficiency; DuPont Blasting Gelatin Not Low Freezing; Foresight and Hindsight; Lighting...
    • 1914
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1924]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont oval powder; A New Pyralin product; DuPont Fabrikoid went, too; Cellophane, the super wrap; Dollars to matches; Pyroxylin finish helps clean house; And now Pyralin chessmen; Hello, Ed. Maloney; Making the Detroit River...
    • 1924
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1925]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont Oval; There is always room at the top; Electric squibs for coal shooting; Blast those mosquitoes; Pyralin keeps tab on chickens; Game bird screen; Speaking of DuPont oval powder You can use Duco, too; Radio's voice through...
    • 1925
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1925]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont products win honors; Behind the plate glass front; Puncturing a lake from below; Pyralin scores again; At the radio show; Around the world went Duco; From chew sticks to toothbrushes; We must have lump coal; Wanted, seats...
    • 1925
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1918]

    • Table of Contents: DuPont's Works;Safe Explosives for Coal Mining; The Newburgh Plant; The Evolution of the Book; Shooting at School; Doors of the Past and Present; Paint as a Protector and Beautifier; The Relations of DuPont American Industries to...
    • 1918
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1921]

    • Table of Contents: Dyes development, a national need; DuPont straight dynamite is now practically freeze-proof; Why dealers should handle one complete, specialized paint line; Fabrikoid scores 100%; Multiplying leather; Demolished without damage;...
    • 1921
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1920]

    • Table of Contents: Dynamite does delicate work; Luggage; Aristocrat of the dressing table; Putting color in paper; Draining irrigated acres; Popularizing a product with paint; Explosives economies in coal-mining operations; Reducing mortality among...
    • 1920
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1931]

    • Table of Contents: Dynamite fear complex; Camels take out quality insurance; Quarrying vanport limestone; They can be used again and again; An educational service; Do you need a new golf bag; The middle Rio Grande conservancy project; Introducing...
    • 1931
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1929]

    • Table of Contents: Dynamite tests in England back in the sixties; An island paradise for game birds; The Catalina bird farm; Take care of your auto top; The apartment queen; America's modern art is exhibited; Submarine blasting in the Miami ship...
    • 1929
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1934]

    • Table of Contents: E.I. du Pont Centenary; DuPrene forges ahead; Cadmium travels south with Byrd; Signaling at Sunnyvale; Shooting stars stage a brilliant spectacle; Cellophane at Monticello; Color and beauty in the kitchen; The DuPont Company and...
    • 1934
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1969]

    • Table of Contents: ESS:solid state conversion piece; Moving on a breath of air; The old ball game; Putting the bite on plastic pipe; Corduroy with man-made muscle; The bantamweight beauty; The earth's image; A roller worth it's salt; What's new.
    • 1969
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1928]

    • Table of Contents: Exit Pyrotol, enter Agritol; From forest to fairway; Government laws, annotated; Beneath the traffic film is the gleaming car you bought; Seed disinfection moves ahead; The black hills of South Dakota; Visibility with protection;...
    • 1928
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1941]

    • Table of Contents: Exit, wearing halo; Fifty years of service to sportsmen; Skeet is in the air; America's well-dressed women; Continuous logging and lumbering in the Pacific Northwest; A stellar attraction in plastic; Beware of the moth; Conquest...
    • 1941
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1946]

    • Table of Contents: Explosive rivets; The best tires ever; Ever see a vertical tunnel; Rubber chemicals, what are they; A statment about DuPont plastics; Now we can tell; Where Washington walked; Packages with a future; Down Memory Lane with an old...
    • 1946
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1929]

    • Table of Contents: Explosives and industry; Boeing-built airplanes; Varied gifts of Fabrikoid; Submarine ship blasting in Carquinez Strait; Rayon in business offices; Salt of the earth; When shopping for Christmas; Tests for auto top finishes; A...
    • 1929
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1923]

    • Table of Contents: Explosives department and the public; New Nemours pattern; Inspection of DuPont smokeless shotgun powders; Glare, the motorist's worst foe; Pencil advertising produces; Demonstrating explosives in the anthracite region.
    • 1923
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1931]

    • Table of Contents: Explosives, a civilizing force; Two new luxury liners; Harnessing the Muskegon in Michigan; Wall paper improved; Baby blasting machines; A new book house for children; The role of dynamite in Banana Land; Achieving the new...
    • 1931
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1956]

    • Table of Contents: Face lifting for industry; The canary camera; Titanium's down to earth now; Those 200,000 mile nylon tires; Weeds are their dish; Tomorrow's chemistry assignments; The nitrogen with built-in control; Cavalcade's afterlife; The...
    • 1956
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1931]

    • Table of Contents: Fast colors and the depression; A real guide to universal knowledge; More speed in road building; Another DuPont product makes good; Smart surf suits for the sea; A tale about Mark Twain; A new hotel continues old traditions;...
    • 1931
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1996]

    • Table of Contents: Figuratively speaking; How's this for a bright idea, Mr. Edison; I think I can, I think I can; Bergquist inside; There's a kind of hush; Emergency room drama with a happy ending; Taking a ride on the safe side; Morningglory,...
    • 1996
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1935]

    • Table of Contents: Finger-nails and fashions; Capturing Christmas with Cellophane; Fine finishes make fine fabrics; What research creates chemical engineering achieves; That house at Wanamaker's; Improved wood preservation; Urea manufacture...
    • 1935
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1929]

    • Table of Contents: Fire, arch enemy of wild life; Environment tempts the patron of the modern restaurant; Gelatin dynamites; Famous art designs are reproduced in the new Lucite sets; My bookhouse, my travelship; Road building in Virginia; Cobble...
    • 1929

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