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    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1980]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Paint industry; Fashion industry; Sweaters; Textile industry; Bookbinding; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: New rails to ride; Yards for yards; On track to the olympics; The peaks of perfection; A warm response to winter; Burning midnight oil at the gas company; Bound to succeed; An inner dimension; More BTUs per barrel; News in brief.
    • Morse Dry Dock Dial (July-August 1923)

    • Periodicals; Magazine covers; Naval yards & naval stations; Boat & ship industry;
    • Includes articles: After Hours with the Morse Workers (about the monthly meeting of the Employees' Association); Upholding the Cause of the Private Ship Yard; Exit "Sophie" - Enter "Tusitala"; Extensive Alterations on the St. Mihiel; Famous S.S....
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1988]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Climbing; Textile industry; Computers; Plastics industry; Weeds; Nylon; Automobile industry; Police; Mops & mopsticks;
    • Table of Contents: The vertical challenge; The user-friendly library; An alternative agent; No refuge for weeds; Medals for powder metals; What's in a name; Smoothing out the ride of luxury; Dressing for survival; Winning the war for water; A brite...
    • Woman biking to work

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    • Twenty-one year old Beatrice Vienna and over 450 of her follow employees now ride bicycles to work at Vega Aircraft Corporation to save essential rubber for the war effort. Married to aircraft worker, Art Vienna, Beatrice is one of the many women...
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1972]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Schools; Floor coverings; Nylon; Plastics industry; Football; Catfish; Zippers; Railroads;
    • Table of Contents: Schools without walls; A doctor looks at football; Caged cats: a dixie delicacy; Caution: noise at work; A good grip on the situation; Trains worth traveling on; those magnificent driving machines; A smooth ride on metal shafts;...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1978]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Wheelchairs; Plastics industry; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Boats; Nylon; Whales; Aquatic animals; Fashion industry; Explosives industry;
    • Table of Contents: A systems approach to furniture protection; First spring for today's Dacron; Inflatables afloat; Signs of marine life; Something new...and better..in denim; An extra measure of patient protection; Hot line on heat phenomena; The...
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1996]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Underwear; Textile industry; Lighting; Clothing & dress; Health care; Water skiing; Aquatic sports; Agriculture; Golf;
    • Table of Contents: Figuratively speaking; How's this for a bright idea, Mr. Edison; I think I can, I think I can; Bergquist inside; There's a kind of hush; Emergency room drama with a happy ending; Taking a ride on the safe side; Morningglory,...
    • Health

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    • Aim ray at absenteeism: "Industrial Ultraviolet Ray Solarium", aimed at reducing absenteeism in war plants, is official name for the merry-go-round system of artificial sunlight irradiation (above) introduced by the Hanovia Chemical & Mfg. Co.,...
    • DuPont Magazine [February-March 1955]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Television industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Clothing industry; Rayon; Furniture industry;
    • Table of Contents: Florida harnesses its wild water; Nobel's potent mixture; Beating the bantamweight rustlers; Custom colors for modern living; News scene to TVscreen in 30 minutes by film; New tarps for tough jobs; Can Mylar do a job for you;...
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1994]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Pillows; Advertisements; Bread; Appliances; Agriculture; Automobile industry; Restaurants;
    • Table of Contents: Pillow talk; A fresh approach; A healthy slice of life; New math on board; Listen up, neighbor; Aerospace comes down to earth; Shark shock survivor; Cool and classy in big D; A ride to remember; News in brief.
    • 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...

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