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    • Farms, farm life

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    • These are the bigwigs, an evening conference along a pasture fence. From left to right: Mr. Barmhart farm superintendent. Chas Reed, Rutgers agriculture engineer. Harry Besley, Rutgers agriculture engineer. Mr. Mozur. Carl Benley, Rutgers grass...
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1971]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Railroads; Weeds; Covered bridges; Buttons (Fasteners); Ammunition industry;
    • Table of Contents: The kingdom of Qiana; Clearing the tracks for progress; Rubbing shoulders with the past; Handling heat at 60,000 feet; Who's got the button; A marriage of convenience; A breakthrough with boxes; Power play; Rolling your own;...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1996]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Automobile racing; Agriculture; Railroads; Pots & pans; Wool industry; Roads; Road construction; Furniture industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: On a fast track to the top; Old plots tell a new story; Over the long haul; Competing for customers amid cookware clutter; The don't-do-it-yourself pros; Keeping tabs on wool; A road runs through it; It's a big world, somebody's...
    • 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...
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1942]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Defense industry; Nylon; Paint industry; Salvage; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: Molders of a better destiny; Tapered nylon paint-brush bristles; Scrap for our nation's needs; Salvaging waste light for victory; They've got to eat to win; A bottle seal signs up; A packing problem solved; In the tiny crystal is...
    • Studebakers

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    • For the first time in almost four years, new passenger cars emerged from Studebaker assembly lines, today. The company had been ready to produce automobiles for 13 weeks, but a labor dispute in the plant of a major parts supplier held up...
    • Studying animal testing

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    • A new shampoo ingredient is inserted in rabbit's eye. Careful examination showed no harmful effects to the animal's eye, thus showing ingredients harmless to human eyes. After numerous other tests the compound got approval of DuPont research staff...
    • World Flyers Leave U.S.

    • Transcontinental flights; Seaplanes; Hydroplanes;
    • Text from back of image: 'Somewhere in the cold of Alaska, the round-the-world flyers are battling their way through bad weather conditions in their attempt to encircle the globe. After several hard-luck experiences at Seattle, the army airmen...
    • World Flyers Leave U.S.

    • Transcontinental flights; Seaplanes; Hydroplanes;
    • Text from back of image: 'Somewhere in the cold of Alaska, the round-the-world flyers are battling their way through bad weather conditions in their attempt to encircle the globe. After several hard-luck experiences at Seattle, the army airmen...
    • Roll Mill

    • Mills; Gunpowder;
    • "This was possibly the second rolling mill in America with iron wheels and was built in 1824. 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, New...

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