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  • Description: Don't
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    • Don't

    • Posters; War posters;
    • Text from image: "Don't: 1. Talk Loosely To Strangers, 2. Spread Rumors. This poster is published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort."
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1978]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Tunnels; Skiing; Packaging; Radiologists; Paint industry; Prisons; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: A tough place to tunnel; New honeycomb on the slopes; The pipes are calling; Six-pack savvy; Teledyne monarch: industrial tire king; Rx for health care costs; New you see it, now you almost don't; Prisons without bars; Uranium:...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1948]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Mining; Plastics industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: The mining industry and DuPont; Story previews; Miners' right-hand man; Housewives vote for Cel-o-seal bands; yes, partners of progress; Longer life for mine timber; Paintbrush bristles, made in U.S.A.; Sand, water, and...
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (April 1921 )

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: Don't wink at a Girl in the Night (about Morse services); Recreation And Education To All; Sports; Among Our Old Tiers.
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1963]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Aircraft carriers; Textile industry; Rubber; Golf; Boilers; Plastics industry;
    • 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...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1921]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Textile industry; Dyeing;
    • Table of Contents: Touches of luxury at the Ritz-Carlton; Don't use low-grade detonators; Stripping a sand pit by blasting; Collier's binds a million books in Fabrikoid; Sales value of paint specialties; Dye difficulties disappearing; Holiday...
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (April 1921 )

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: Don't wink at a Girl in the Night (about Morse services); Recreation And Education To All; Sports; Among Our Old Tiers.
    • DuPont Magazine [November 1934]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Ammunition industry;
    • Table of Contents: How mighty is dynamite; From coffee mill to custom mill; When winter comes; Five concrete piers disappeared; Now anyone can letter perfect display signs; Mop on varnish? well, why not; What's new; For those who like to shoot;...
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1985]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Physical fitness; Underwear; Dance; Malaria; Floor coverings; Petroleum industry; Airplanes; Weeds;
    • 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...
    • Polythene covers

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    • A boon to the summertime hostess is this transparent table cover of polythene, a new plastic which protects the cloth beneath it but does not hide the gay pattern. Laundry bills are thus reduced, for spots and stains don't penetrate the cover and...
    • DuPont Magazine [June-July 1952]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: The code you live by; Bonus for blinds; Under the hood; Declaration of independence; The high voltage eye; Ungreased lightening; Reflections on summer driving; The new nylon monofilament line; You don't bet your life; A sponge...
    • Eleventh Street Bridge

    • Bridges;
    • The earliest bridge at Eleventh Street was operated by Peter Van de Veer from 1760 to 1767. The second bridge was a wooden bridge built in 1860. Bridge pictured is the third bridge, a steel drawbridge built in 1882. Sign on bridge reads: 'Notice:...
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1929]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Railroads; Quarrying; Mining;
    • Table of Contents: Following chemistry through the average business day; Princess Ileana's private car; Mining Adirondack magnetite; That added touch of charm; Effective game conservation; Rayon in the swim; Antioquia Railway extension to the Cauca...
    • Alaska

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    • "Even though I don't stay at Palmey I won't go back to the States. The opportunities are better here in Alaska." said Max Ennes, colonist.

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