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    • Ask Questions

    • Posters; Work ethic;
    • Text from image: "Ask Questions -- There's only one way to Learn -- ask questions! There's only one way to Avoid Mistakes -- ask questions! There's only one way to get it right -- ask the man who knows. Remember what you're told!"
    • Fresh air as an appetizer?

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    • A controversy is developing in the ranks of TWA, The Lindbergh Line over the question are passengers in the Douglas airliners going to consume so much more food while flying that the cost of feeding them is going to show a sharp advance? The...
    • Beatrice Koyoouijian

    • Children;
    • Written in letter: "No 112. Beatrice Koyoouijian. Prot. 14 yrs. Aintab. Lost her parents and sisters during exile. Has two little brothers in orphanage. Only one eye. [illegible] necessary for one year only. age. only 14. Shows what she has been...
    • Roll Mill

    • Mills; Gunpowder;
    • "This was possibly the first rolling mill in America using cast-iron wheels, and was built in 1822. The rolling wheels were made of cast iron, and each weighed 14,300 pounds. These were made by Gouverneur Kemble's West Point Foundry at Cold Spring,...
    • Union Passenger Terminal

    • Railroad stations;
    • On back: "Owned by the City of New Orleans this is the only municipally owned station in the country. The project was financed by a fifteen million dollar bond issue to replace five existing stations. It is the only completely air-conditioned...
    • Glaze Mill

    • Mills; Gunpowder;
    • "This was a stone and frame building on stone foundations, which was built sometime before 1873. In 1879 a 24 inch "Canadian" turbine was installed which produced 22.8 hp and was able to drive the nine glazing barrels at 20 revolutions per minute....
    • Site of Workmen's Homes

    • Sites; Dwellings;
    • "At the time of the formation of the powder company, there were a few structures built by Jacob Broom for his mill hands in this general area. Others were added, of various sizes, through the 19th century, some of stone and some of frame...
    • Site of Unidentified Building

    • Benches; Sculpture;
    • "This structure is shown only on the 1903 retracing of a late 19th-century map. No other references have been found. It may be the 'old hexagonal press room' and its associated engine room referred to in connection with the 1890 explosion, but...
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1931]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Rayon;
    • Table of Contents: The paint industry in review; Like a gigantic finger reaching to the sky; Speaking of specs; Shall we save money on textbooks; The inside story of ethyl gasoline; Packages are mergine, too; Keeping up with New York's thirst;...
    • Holiday Inn Hotel Courts

    • postcards; motels; tourism; electric signs;
    • on back of card: "Holiday Inn Hotel Courts. 4941 Summer Ave. - U.S. 70 & 64 East. Memphis Tennessee. AAA. Phone: 34-6687. 3 Other Locations in Memphis: U.S. 61 South - U.S. 51 North - U.S. 51 South. 450 Rooms - 450 Baths - 100%...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1952-January 1953]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Metallurgical industry;
    • Table of Contents: What of the future; Burial of the benevolence; Fit to be tied; For bookbinders only; Mighty methanol; Color for Christmas; Enter cimarron; Titanium, the pinch eases; New motion picture films; How DuPont is organized and managed...

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