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    • Military parades

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    • Parisians line the Champs Elysees to cheer the American troops on parade towards the Arc de Triomphe. Row after row of military vehicles roll past, demonstrating the might of America's mechanized army. (Used in Nation's Business of April 1946)
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1986]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; All terrain vehicles; Flat tires; Apple orchards; Cycling; Sport clothes; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Paint industry; Fishing; Newspapers;
    • Table of Contents: Boss of all the trails; Fast, no-fuss flat tire repair; Brain storms; Protective apple corps; More than another nylon; Bright prospects for optical disc; The paint with a past; A feel for more fish; Vying for the eyes of Texas;...
    • DuPont Magazine [October 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Accident prevention in the chemical industry; Draining a desert of the past; And now, fire-resistant motion picture screens; California pheasantry; Fabrikoid in beautiful printed effects; When winter comes; Built like a fine...
    • DuPont Magazine [September 1918]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Firearms industry; Defense industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry;
    • Table of Contents: DuPont's Works;Safe Explosives for Coal Mining; The Newburgh Plant; The Evolution of the Book; Shooting at School; Doors of the Past and Present; Paint as a Protector and Beautifier; The Relations of DuPont American Industries to...
    • DuPont Labels

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    • The thousands of labels used to identify DuPont products show the diversity of the goods the company makes. For the first century Du Pont was primarily a maker of explosives. The past 50 years have seen the company broaden its base to become the...
    • 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;...
    • Jelly Roll

    • Machinery; Textile industry;
    • Written on back of image: "Photographed June 15, 1951. Built April-June 1951. Showing action of the Jelly Roll rolling and blowing hogs hair dropped on the moving apron by the feed hopper, top left. Crimper at lower right. Toe nails in the...
    • Keg Mill Area

    • Mills; Sites;
    • "The keg mill was begun in 1838 when $2000 was spent on its construction. A freshet of February, 1839 threw down the walls, but it was finally finished later in that year, and began to make wooden kegs for gunpowder. A mill seat was constructed...
    • Edward Burke

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    • Edward Burke, technical assistant in Arlington semi-works development, operates one of the Plastics Department's first cut-off machines for tapered nylon bristles. He started at Arlington in 1912 and has worked on development of products for the...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1933]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Ammunition industry;
    • Table of Contents: Chemistry and agricultural progress; Cellophane, the magic cloak of yuletide; PX cloth goes to school; New boudoir accessories by DuPont; Those horizontal drills; Introducing Elasticord; The yarn of better fashions; A service on...
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Hats off to the railroads; Rayon for new-type furniture; Duplate, safety recommends its use for automobiles; Color photography today; High carnival on Manhattan; Wild life, past and present; True sportsmen conserve game; Now -- a...
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (May-June 1922 )

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: Employees' Association Has Glorious Past; Association Finances in Good Shape; About the Yard with the Camera Man; Our Viewpoint from the Masthead; S.S.William Green Figures in Flying Ship Tragedy.

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