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    • DuPont Magazine [February-March 1959]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Paint industry; Roads; Firearms; Plastics industry; Clothing industry; Weeds;
    • Table of Contents: Fluorine:halogen on the move; Longer lasting house paint; Roads that stay young longer; Hamlet, 1959, the play's still the thing; It's new; Home sewing circle widens; A satellite's snapshot album; It's strong in any language;...
    • Walker's Mill

    • Mills; Storage facilities; Textile industry;
    • "Built in 1814 by Joseph B. Simms, this stone mill was operated through most of its long life as a cotton spinning mill. The land belonged to E. I. du Pont, and the Brandywine Manufacturers' Sunday School first met there. The mill and the...
    • Sponge tests

    • DuPont Exhibition at the New York Museum of Science & Industry
    • Demonstration of a cellulose, or manmade, sponge at the former DuPont Exhibition at the New York Museum of Science and Industry, Rockefeller Center, New York City. The demonstration showed that the manmade sponge holds more water longer than does a...
    • 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...
    • Neoprene work soles

    • Uses of Synthetic Rubbers
    • Work soles made of DuPont's synthetic rubber, neoprene are popular in many industries, but especially so among roofers. They are surefooted, abrasion resistant and long wearing. Neoprene crepe is much more resistant to oxidation than natural rubber...
    • DuPont Magazine [September-October 1966]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Football; Packaging; Automobile industry; Paint industry; Bakeries; Shoe industry; Wallpaper industry;
    • Table of Contents: Handbook for blasters; Garb geared for the gridiron; The box that goes whoosh; Reviving cars of all vintages; A longer day at the world's biggest bakery; New fashions afoot; A knob-twister's delight; Hot melts for cold cartons;...
    • Manufacture of caprolactam

    • Nylon Intermediates Plants: Beaumont, Texas; Belle, West Virginia; Niagara Falls, New York; Sabine River Works, Orange, Texas
    • Caprolactam, an intermediate chemical for type 6 nylon fiber and plastics, is being manufactured in this new plant at Beaumont, Texas. The DuPont Company's first caprolactam plant is the results of a longer term research effort by its Explosives...
    • 1937 Bomber

    • Bombers; Airplanes;
    • Text from back of image: "Sometimes called the Super Fortress, this Titan of the air had a wing spread 45 feet greater than the Y1B-17. The XB-15 weighed 13 tons more, was 20 feet longer and three feet higher. Because of its extreme weight (35...
    • Nylon paint brushes

    • Nylon Products and Industrial Uses
    • The paint brush with natural bristle, left, and the one with new tapered Tynex nylon bristle, right, have been used the same length of time The natural bristle brush is virtually worn out, while the tough, resilient nylon bristle brush show very...
    • Dauneport, home of Amy du Pont

    • Dwellings; Estates;
    • Located on Old Kennett Road outside Wilmington, the mansion was built in 1933 for Amy du Pont, a noted horsewoman, and designed to be similar to George Washington's Virginia home, 'Mount Vernon.' The architect was Mrs. Mary Craig and the builder...
    • Dauneport, home of Amy du Pont

    • Dwellings; Estates;
    • Located on Old Kennett Road outside Wilmington, the mansion was built in 1933 for Amy du Pont, a noted horsewoman, and designed to be similar to George Washington's Virginia home, 'Mount Vernon.' The architect was Mrs. Mary Craig and the builder...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1977]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Bathing suits; Retirement communities; Exhibitions; Radiologists; Space vehicles; Plastics industry; Floor coverings;
    • Table of Contents: The best years of their lives; Open heart surgery on a star attraction; Lining up against pollution; They've seen the daylight; No longer a secret agent; Trimming pounds from the space shuttle; Backing the winners; The hole...
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1927]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Ammunition; Mining; Blasting; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: An important development; Conowingo, a new power giant; The Minute Man, new style; Belting that lives longer; Hosiery, old and new; The sport's the thing; Now Duco clear for home uses; Moultrie versus mosquitoes; Let's go...
    • Dauneport, home of Amy du Pont

    • Dwellings; Estates;
    • Located on Old Kennett Road outside Wilmington, the mansion was built in 1933 for Amy du Pont, a noted horsewoman, and designed to be similar to George Washington's Virginia home, 'Mount Vernon.' The architect was Mrs. Mary Craig and the builder...
    • Nylon bristles

    • Nylon Products and Industrial Uses
    • The new nylon shoe brush with black bristles and black and white mixed nylon offer longer and more economical service. The brushes are manufactured by Empire Brush Works, Inc. of Port Chester, New York.
    • Nylon carpeting

    • Nylon Products and Industrial Uses
    • This soft, luxurious bathmat and matching lid cover are tufted with DuPont nylon. They are described as machine washable by the manufacturer and since nylon does not absorb dirt, should stay clean longer. The Neddletuft mats and covers are usually...
    • Dauneport, home of Amy du Pont

    • Dwellings; Estates;
    • Located on Old Kennett Road outside Wilmington, the mansion was built in 1933 for Amy du Pont, a noted horsewoman, and designed to be similar to George Washington's Virginia home, 'Mount Vernon.' The architect was Mrs. Mary Craig and the builder...
    • Determining the drying time of lacquer

    • Manufacturing Processes of Finishes- Automotive, 'Duco', Enamels, Lacquers, Paints
    • How fast a lacquer or finish will dry is determined by the use of plate glass discs coated with the material to be tested and revolved slowly while a thin trickle of sand falls on them from a cone shaped container. It has been found by DuPont...

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