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    • Nylon blouse

    • Nylon
    • For Mother's Day gift, this frilly, feminine blouse in smooth, opaque nylon tricot will delight even the most practical person because of nylons easy care qualities. Light in weight but not too sheer, the blouse can be easily and quickly washed,...
    • Orlon fashion

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    • A luxurious, deep piled zibelline is used for this beautifully styled pastel coat, but it is easy to care for because the Princeton fabric is of 100% Orlon acrylic fiber. Even white coats become completely practical through use of this DuPont...
    • DuPont Magazine [November-December 1989]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Interior design; Blankets; Textiles; Racing automobiles; Fashion industry; Underwear; Agriculture;
    • Table of Contents: And the winners are; Experts to the rescue; Lighting th way to safety; A Maine way to say warm; A view of the future; Roaring 'round indy; Improving the workplace with ethospace; What you wear under what you wear; Staving off...
    • Texas Towers

    • Radar; Towers;
    • Written on back: "Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water."...
    • 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...
    • DuPont Magazine [October-November 1956]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Dyeing; Plastics industry; Nylon; Automobile industry; Agriculture;
    • Table of Contents: There's room for wildlife on the farm; New headache reliever; Better textile printing with vat dyes; Target: clean air; They thrive on paper work; Nylon plastic for aerosols; Industry's do-it-yourself chemical cleaner; He sells...
    • Testing nylon on humans

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    • Chemical compositions or chemically-made fibers that come in contact with the skin create specialized and challenging problems for the toxicologist. As an example, before nylon was put on the market, it was carefully tested by DuPont's toxicologist...
    • Jelly Roll

    • Machinery; Textile industry;
    • Written on back of image: "Photographed June 15, 1951. Built April - June 1951. Jelly Roll in foreground, apron drive in rear. Hogs hair being processed. The Jelly rolls works best when rotating fast enough to blow the fibers more than just a...
    • DuPont Magazine [March-April 1970]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Refrigerator industry; Roads; Paint industry; Hoisting machinery; Cassette tape recorders;
    • Table of Contents: New medium in tailored men's wear; Instant imaging for the printer; Start with a fine finish; Safety's new line of defense; Giving the world a lift; Polishing off pollutants; Six thousant feet under the alps; The midget music...
    • DuPont Magazine [February 1928]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Ammunition; Mining; Blasting; Textile industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: The iron and steel industry; Stone quarried by dynamite; Those state tax problems; Fashion's new vehicle; The life-time shade; Bows and arrows in the making; Mobile Bay Bridge; Women's shoes are repairable by a new process; The...
    • Nylon carpeting

    • Nylon
    • Nylon carpeting, paradoxically the most luxurious yet in terms of wear life and upkeep, the most economical ever made, was shown at a press meeting held recently in New York by the Nye-Wait Company. Almost 100 different samples were displayed were...
    • Nylon paint brushes

    • Nylon
    • The paint brush with natural bristle, left, and the one with new tapered Tynex nylon bristle, right, have been used the same length of time The natural bristle brush is virtually worn out, while the tough, resilient nylon bristle brush show very...
    • DuPont Magazine [August-September 1958]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Dyeing; Plastics industry; Nylon; Firearms;
    • Table of Contents: Reds that stay red; The laboratory that salt built; Speed will get you nowhere; The things they do with a glass-reinforced plastic; Polka dot paint; I enjoyed your commercials; The metal that slept for a hundred years; The profs...

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