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    • E. E. Hendrick to Burr

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    • Hendrick discusses his autmobile in the first paragraph of this social correspondence. He notes that Bassett has written an account of his visit to the Boston Automobile Company which looks all right. Hendrick mentions a bursted tire and...
    • Platinum Brunette

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    • Because electrical sparks must be able to jump 200 times a second through the contact point of an automobile voltage regulator, this tiny part is platinum tipped. The platinum, at $1,334 a pound, makes the part one of the most expensive, ounce for...
    • Firemen's parade

    • Fire fighters; Parades & processions; Automobiles;
    • Early fire vehicle equipped with fire extinguishers and other paraphernalia, driven by firemen. Vehicle flies a white flag with a cross (probably a red cross), and may have served as an ambulance. Large crowd looks on. Stern Auto Top Company...
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1961]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Railroads;
    • Table of Contents: Panels worth discussing; Last word in printing for last word in words; A competent chemical looks for a career; Engineered for engineers; Every day a holiday; What's right with the railroads; I'd like to speak to someone...
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Industry looks for leaders; What's new in Fabrikoid; Building the Kittitas high line canal; Those who ride my read; Banding wild ducks at Carney's Point; Transparent velvet, a style stable; Silver mining in Mexico; Toys for the...
    • Gary

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    • Who said the days of miracle cities in the US are over? Gary, steel town, started on wasteland in 1900, has grown to be a city of 110000 in 1929. This is the spot on which the heart of the city of Gary, Indiana now stands. In a contrast photo you...
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1929]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: An enviable record; Thrills, ask a cameraman; Carney's Pont game farm; Another DuPont service; Fine chairs are made at Grand Ledge; Factory economy and lighting; What happens to powder kegs; Bright colors for ottomans;...
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 4, 1998]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Railroads; Coffee; Packaging; Cycling; Pots & pans; Plastics industry; Garages; Dogsledding;
    • Table of Contents: A thoroughbred sets the pace; Tagged for life; Success is in the bag; Winning wheels; Kitchen culture: cooks, cooking & cookware; A lifetime of good looks; Farmers find fertile ground in our hometown; The last great race; New...
    • Fiber E

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    • Fiber E the DuPont Company's newest form of the oldest of manmade fibers-rayon-lends itself to many unusual effects. Above at the left, the plush is not unusual, but when treated with a dilute solution of caustic soda, the fabric becomes wool like...

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