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    • Bell H-13D Helicopters

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    • Resembling a horde of huge insets, these Bell H-13D helicopters are lined up at the Niagara Fall Municipal Airport prior to beginning the long journey to Korea where they are urgently needed by the Army Field Forces. Helicopters of this and other...
    • Production of nylon

    • Nylon Manufacturing Process
    • Production of nylon is a complex art requiring super cleanliness and rigid control of temperatures and pressures. In the manufacture of yarn at the textile fiber plants, the nylon salt solution is first piped into evaporators where much of the...
    • Precision dynamite

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • A typical instance of control over giant explosive forces was the damming of the Saguenay River in Canada for a hydroelectric project. The torrential rush of the current balked successive attempts to complete a cofferdam, the conventional method....
    • Precision dynamite

    • Blasting: Dynamite in Use
    • A typical instance of control over giant explosive forces was the damming of the Saguenay River in Canada for a hydroelectric project. The torrential rush of the current balked successive attempts to complete a cofferdam, the conventional method....
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (May 1919 )

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: Making Promises Pay (about the Morse Hoboken office); An Interesting Visitor (on repairing a bark Souverian); Harder To Live Than To Die (About American Expeditionary Forces in France); Finishing the Big Job (about former Morse...
    • Nylon production

    • Nylon Manufacturing Process
    • Production of nylon is a complex art requiring super cleanliness and rigid control of temperatures and pressures. In the manufacture of yarn at the textile fiber plants, the nylon salt solution is first piped into evaporators where much of the...
    • Buck Tavern

    • Houses; Lodging houses;
    • The brick house known as Buck or Carson’s Tavern was frequented by General George Washington in 1774 and as President on trips from Mount Vernon in Virginia to New Castle, Delaware and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the early seats of government....
    • Battle of Port Royal, or The Bombardment of Forts Walker & Beauregard

    • Campaigns & battles; Naval warfare; Naval prints; Government vessels; Military officers; Sheet music covers; Music
    • Sheet music commemorating the U.S. Navy's successful attacks on Forts Walker and Beauregard at Port Royal, South Carolina, 7 November 1861. This attack was carried out by the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron under the command of Commodore Samuel...
    • Production of nylon

    • Nylon Manufacturing Process
    • Production of nylon is a complex art requiring super cleanliness and rigid control of temperatures and pressures. In the manufacture of yarn at the textile fiber plants, the nylon salt solution is first piped into evaporators where much of the...
    • Nylon manufacturing

    • Nylon Manufacturing Process
    • Production of nylon is a complex art requiring super cleanliness and rigid control of temperatures and pressures. In the manufacture of yarn at the textile fiber plants, the nylon salt solution is first piped into evaporators where much of the...
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1945]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Inflation; Textile industry; War work; Defense industry;
    • Table of Contents: Atomic energy; Reversing the inflation trend; The strange case of the M.V. Ondina; The fascinating story of cold light; Color in the plant; Remington crack shots aid armed forces; Those new hospital unit cars; Shooting for...
    • Production of nylon

    • Nylon Manufacturing Process
    • Production of nylon is a complex art requiring super cleanliness and rigid control of temperatures and pressures. In the manufacture of yarn at the textile fiber plants, the nylon salt solution is first piped into evaporators where much of the...
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1928]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Ammunition; Mining; Blasting; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Uncommon carriers; The south's new industry; How silica sand is produced; With the American sea forces; And now, colorful luggage; Proper priming of dynamite charges is important; Salvaging best sellers; Pyralin aid aviation;...
    • Radio (Communication)

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    • Women are being used in increasing numbers on the assembly lines of the Kansas City, Kansas, plant of Aircraft's Accessories Corporation, as this photograph will testify. According to word from the company, the number of women employed in the...

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