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    • E. E. Hendrick to Frank Milne

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    • Hendrick insists on custom specifications and tests for the proposed boiler. Hendrick seeks a guarantee from Milne that he will be able to get full capacity from the boiler. He wants steam enough to get up a hill without stopping to get up steam. ...
    • E. E. Hendrick to Frank Milne

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    • Hendrick is not satisfied with Milne's claim that his burner is as good as anything in the market. Hendrick wants a specific guarantee that Milne's burner will make fire enough to produce 5 horsepower from the boiler.
    • Bandaging a giant

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    • East Pittsburgh, PA-Dexterous womens hands help build modern power mammoths. Here two workers the East Pittsburgh Works of the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company are shown winding insulating tape on the current carrying conductors of one...
    • Sanding Lucite

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    • Practically all types of sanding equipment can be used satisfactorily on Lucite methyl methacrylate resin. Drum sanders are most suitable for curved edges. Disc sanders work well when removing material from straight edges and outside curves. Belt...
    • Studying animal testing

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    • Magnifying glass reveals substantial amount of skin irritation on guinea pig whose skin was shaved and treated with test chemical at the DuPont Company's Haskell Labs. Though guinea pig's skin is even more allergic than man's, this was enough to...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1957-January 1958]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: Silicon's slice of the future; Taming a chemical wildcat; Three new plastics; The birth of a TV special; Dust misses a blind date; Industry's answer man; Pretty beer salesmen; New arrival at Idlewild; Enough for a billion feet; A...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1950-January 1951]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Footwear; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Agriculture; Rubber industry;
    • Table of Contents: Leather's 7-league boots; You fly by color; Less wrinkle for fabrics; No more of this; Protection for cats and cranes; A selling appearance; New diet for the soil; News for puddle-jumpers; Why there's not enough cellophane;...
    • Perfume research

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    • Theodore Hoffman, director of the DuPont perfume laboratories and an outstanding authority on perfumes, applies the last test to a bottle of perfume-which depends on the olfactory sense and not on formulas, at the New Brunswick, New Jersey factory...
    • Society Girls Keep Cool

    • Women; Airplane cockpits; Airplanes;
    • Text from back of image: "Photo shows L to R - Janet Moffett, daughter of the head of the Naval Air Service, Admiral Moffett, and Helen Johnson, daughter of Capt. Johnson, USN, taking a ride in a private plane. This is the latest fad in Washington...
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1954]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Fishing; Plastics industry; Furniture;
    • Table of Contents: It pays to be dissastisfied; Chemical birth notices; Refiner's man Friday; Sound by the yard; Catacombs for liquic gas; Hot stuff coming up; Quick bath for diesel wheels; Trend to comfort; What's new; DuPont's new adhesion...
    • Square meal

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    • A square meal in 1943 style. The young lady is about to remove the cellophane wrapper from a double portion of mashed potatoes. In their present form they are dehydrated and compressed. Soaking for a few seconds in water makes them swell to many...

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