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    • Preparing a monomer

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    • In a fundamental research project, a scientist in the Central Research Department at the DuPont Company's Experimental Station, prepares a monomer that will later be used in a polymerization study. One of the components boils at 29 degrees below...
    • Uses of Mylar

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    • Plaques made by joining two thin sheets of Mylar polyester film carry chocolate candies from enrober to cooling tiers at Stephen F. Whitman and Son, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Plaques are easy to keep clean because of smooth surface.
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1970]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Snow removal; Airships; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Quilting; Fashion industry; Nylon;
    • Table of Contents: Goodyear's gas-filled fleet; A cover that keeps rollers rolling; A fabric of freedom; Fast fastening for peak production; Beautifully bundled for fashion; Enhancing the character of quality; Helping industry to keep its cool;...
    • Steel centrifuge machine

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    • Operator Bob Tittle checks a stainless steel centrifuge machine in the nylon salt building at the Belle Works. Despite its higher cost, stainless steel is used in large quantities in piping and equipment throughout the plant to prevent corrosion to...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1982]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Canoes; Canoeists (Sports); Plastics industry; Cooks; Pots & pans; Eggs; Floor coverings; Architecture; Blueprints; Computers; Agriculture; Stadiums; Tennis courts;
    • Table of Contents: The ultimate canoe challenge; Almost instant omelets; Keep 'em rolling; Hidden paths through landscaped offices; Shedding new night on architecture; The summer people; a perfect match; Clenet and rain dance: a classy duo; An air...
    • E. E. Hendrick to J. G. McKinney

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    • Hendrick ends this personal letter with a conversation about automobiles. He had a fine ride in automobiles in San Francisco and in Cleveland. Hendrick also discusses young Tevis who had a White touring car that he would keep for a mud wagon and...
    • To the Fireman

    • Posters; War posters; Coal;
    • Text from image: "To the Fireman: The Man With The Shovel controls the wise use of Coal. The Country needs his skill to prevent waste of fuel reqired to keep us warm and to turn the wheels of industry that shall command Victory."
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1924]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Gunpowder; Firearms industry; Mining;
    • Table of Contents: Oh, yes, the powder-makers; How Fluorspar is produced; A new standard in window shades; Mining in the Coeur d'Alene district; DuPont paint and varnish franchise; North Shore wins laurels; High praise for DuPont product; Pyralin,...
    • Hans P. Freece

    • Drunk driving; People with disabilities;
    • Written on back: "281 Mt. Prospect Ave., Newark, N.J. Trying to keep the chin up and eyes front. Meanwhile Uncle Sam collects his revenue on rum and for a 'mess of pottage' looses hordes of drunken drivers upon our highways to kill and maim. How...
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1918]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Firearms industry; Defense industry;
    • Table of Contents: Perfecting Organiations for Home Defense; The Development of Transportation; Increasing Cotton Production; Alum and its Uses; Leather Substitutes for the Marine; Making White Pigments; Keep up the Farm Buildings; Charles H....
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1961]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Paper industry; Textile industry; Paint industry; Food industry; Quarrying; Clothing industry;
    • Table of Contents: Between paper and textiles; DuPont moves closer to overseas customers; New spray for salts; Now artists get the red that stays red; Ultra-precision engineering; Corrosion, keep out; Fancy foods in fifteen minutes; Fiber fact...
    • 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:...

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