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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;...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • You Can Lick Runaway Prices

    • Posters; War posters; Inflation; Patriotism;
    • Text from image: "You Can Lick Runaway Prices. You Hold the 7 Keys to Hold Down Prices: 1. Buy and hold War Bonds; 2. Pay willingly our share of taxes; 3. Provide adequate life insurance and saving for our future; 4. Reduce our debts as much as...
    • We'll Take Care of the Rising Sun

    • Posters; War posters; Inflation; Patriotism;
    • Text from image: "We'll Take Care of the Rising Sun, You Take Care of Rising Prices: 1. Buy and hold War Bonds; 2. Pay willingly our share of taxes; 3. Provide adequate life insurance and saving for our future; 4. Reduce our debts as much as...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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 [January-February 1967]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Billiards; Diving; Photocopies; Plastics industry; Nylon; Weeds; Paint industry; Chains; Explosives;
    • Table of Contents: Pocket billiards makes a comeback; A longer workweek under water; Design originals: no waiting necessary; A notable new number in nylon; Highways of an enchanted land; Finishes for a fleet afield; A brighter day for the lowly...
    • 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...
    • Sponge tests

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    • 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...

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