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  • Description: railroads
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    • Illinois Central Depot

    • Railroad stations;
    • On back: "Chicago is the terminus of 29 railroads using six union stations. The Central Station, so-called, on the Lake Front at 12th Street, is used by the Illinois Central, the Michigan Central, the Wisconsin Central and the Big Four roads. This...
    • 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 [June-July 1958]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Furniture industry; Toothbrushes; Railroads; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: Urethane foam for furniture; You and your toothbrush; Moscow after dark; Project 4120: make a new synthetic rubber; The railroads' history makers; Calypso explores an undersea canyon; The chemist's electronic servants; Traveling...
    • Carcajou

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    • A glimpse of the sleeping accommodations in the travelling coach the Carajou owned by Paul W. Seiler, President of the General Motors Truck Company. Completed dining and sleeping accommodations make Mr. Seiler independent of railroads and hotels.
    • DuPont Magazine [April 1934]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Ammunition industry;
    • Table of Contents: Adaptability; Keeps the home fires burning; Beach blasting down Barnegat Way; We congratulate the railroads; Your humble servants, lacquered fabric tablecloths; The development of the apple industry; Multiple radio homes...
    • Kaiser Steel, Fontana, CA

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    • Aerial view of Kaiser Steel mill and new industrial area surrounding area at Fontana, CA. Image accompanied a press release by The Perrett Company, Los Angeles, CA. Southern California's fastest growing industrial area is developing around the...
    • Industrial History of the United States

    • Industrialization; industry;
    • From title page: "Industrial History of the United States, from the earliest settlements to the present time: a complete survey of American Industries, embracing Agriculture and Horticulture; Including the Cultivation of Cotton, Tobacco, Wheat; The...
    • Illinois Central Depot

    • Railroad stations;
    • On back: The Illinois Central Depot is located at Michigan Avenue and 12th Street, facing Grant Park. It is one of the busiest stations in the city, being used by a number of the railroads entering the city."
    • Main Street Depot (Main & 15th sts)

    • Railroad stations;
    • 1520 East Main Street (at East Franklin Street); Architects: Wilson, Harris, and Richards; Date built: 1901; On back: "This handsome railroad depot, with its imposing clock tower, was completed in 1900 [sic], and with the extensive viaduct system...
    • Grand Central Station - Interior

    • Railroad stations;
    • East 42nd Streeet and Park Avenue; Architects: Reed and Stem, Warren and Wetmore; Date built; 1913; On back: "Located on East 42nd Street between Vanderbilt and Lexinton Avenues, this is the terminus of the New York Central, the New York, New Haven...
    • Union Station

    • Railroad stations;
    • Also referred to as: Broad Street Station; 2500 West Broad Street; Architect: John Russel Pope; Date built: 1919; On back: "Used jointly by the A.C.L. [Atlantic Coast Line] and N. & W. [Norfolk & Western] and R.F. & P. [Richmond, Fredericksburg &...
    • 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...
    • Union Station

    • Railroad stations;
    • Coldwell and San Francisco Streets; Architect: D.H. Burnham and Company; Date built: 1906; On back: "Spacious facilities, costing $300,000, for handling the traffic of the Eight Railroads entering the city."
    • South Station

    • Railroad stations;
    • Atlantic Avenue and Summer Street; Architects: Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge; Date built: 1898; On back: "The South Station, located in Dewey Square, serves the patrons of the New York, New Haven and Hartford and Boston and Albany Railroads. Trains...

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