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    • Camphor plant

    • Camphor
    • This photograph shows a camphor flaker at the camphor plant of E.I. du Pont Nemours & Company at Deepwater Point NJ. At this plant camphor is manufactured for medical as well as industrial use. This latter is known as technical camphor. Technical...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1988]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Packaging; Plastics industry; Architecture; Fashion industry; Bathing suits; Textile industry; Health care; Shoe industry; Pest control;
    • Table of Contents: Nuts about Selar; Slick system from DuPont; Charting swim trends for '88; Tests at a touch; The runner's edge; They're on the house; A climate for growth; Crop protection with an oriental flavor; An island cleanup; Practical and...
    • Washington Memorial Bridge

    • Rivers; Bridges; Dams
    • Built in 1922, the bridge has a large bronze marker containing a list of Delaware's dead in World War I (WWI). Original bridge was built in 1893 at a cost of $79,000. Opened area to Washington Heights and spurred growth there.
    • Washington Memorial Bridge

    • Rivers; Bridges;
    • Built in 1922, the bridge has a large bronze marker containing a list of Delaware's dead in World War I (WWI). Original bridge was built in 1893 at a cost of $79,000. Opened area to Washington Heights and spurred growth there.
    • DuPont Labels

    • DuPont Products and Chemical Relationships between Products
    • The thousands of labels used to identify DuPont products show the diversity of the goods the company makes. For the first century Du Pont was primarily a maker of explosives. The past 50 years have seen the company broaden its base to become the...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1963]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Agriculture; Fashion industry; Paint industry; Firearms; Balloons (Aircraft); Nylon; Plastics industry; Floor coverings;
    • Table of Contents: New Jersey's ripening tomato industry; New moon over Milwaukee; A tile styled for traffic; The well-mannered look; The first universal house paint; Power-packing pistol; Sailing the vulcoon; Piped light pyrotechnics; Economic...
    • DuPont Magazine [January 1914]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite;
    • 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...
    • Lincoln impersonator

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    • Mills Novelty Company-Orval Mullis, famed Lincoln impersonator, a visitor at the office of Ralph Mills, vice-president of Mills Novelty Company, on February 12, picks up a magazine with appropriate title. Mullis was born in Kentucky, lives in...
    • Testing fabrics

    • Testing of Treated Fabrics
    • This picture shows some fabrics tested at a DuPont laboratory. Untreated, an undyed piece of tent fabric (second from left) shows rich growth of mold after 21 days contact with culture. Piece in center, treated, was protected.
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 1, 2000]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Dairy products; Packaging; Paint industry; Signs (Notices); Agriculture; AIDS (Disease); Medicine; Snowmobiles; Space vehicles;
    • 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...
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (October 1921)

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: The Hand of Progress (on the growth of the Morse Company); Morse Solicitor Is Globe-Trotter; Theories of Wages; The Closed Or Open Shop - Which (about danger of Trade-Unionism).
    • Lobby, Union Terminal

    • Railroad stations;
    • 1301 Western Avenue; Architect: Rellheimer and Wagner; Date built: 1933; On back: The main concourse of the Union Terminal, built at a cost of $41,000,000, is semi-circular in shape, and the right and left hand sides of the dome contain the largest...

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