Table of Contents: Let's stop these accidents; Mining gold in the Rand District of Africa; Production of Talc; The Paramount Hotel sets a new standard for equipment; This table cloth never goes to the laundry; Art moderne in rainwear; The...
Periodicals; Chemical industry; War work; Defense industry; Parachute industry; Nylon; Safety;
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.
Captain Hugh Stirling, commander of Company D, 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry, asks if one of du Pont's noncommissioned officers would help him figure out how to use some of the military equipment issued to his company.
Military organizations; Military mobilizations; Soldiers; Military officers
Roster of officers and enlisted men of Company B (Lammot du Pont's company), 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry. The roster includes names, ages, where the men lived, and brief comments on some individuals.
Military organizations; Clothing & dress; Military officers
Resolution of thanks from Company A, 1st Regiment Delaware Volunteers to Captain Febeker, Company A, 1st Regiment Home Guards, for a donation of gloves. A letter from E. Y. Watson, Captain of Company A, 1st Delaware Volunteers, is included. Both...