Table of Contents: War colors; Cellophane helps conserve metal; Acoustic fence guards nation's war plants; Plastics in overalls; Flood control at Franklin Falls; New American export airlines' flying aces; Summer styles in rayon; Microfilm in...
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Plastics industry; War work;
Table of Contents: Research makes jobs; Orchem; High water explosives achievement; Bottleneck at the butcher's block; Titanium; Introducing Pad-steam and muti-lap; What about DDT; DuPont announces fabrilite; What's new; Repaint for more heat.
Table of Contents: Nylon tells a story; Soldiers and cigarettes; Government house, Nassau; Portland cement; Salt, science, service; Art in advertising; Footnote to sulfanilamide; Test tube perfumes; Fall, the ideal time to paint.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Defense industry; War work; Airplanes; Packaging; Nylon; Coal; Plastics industry;
Table of Contents: Better and better planes; Packaging for war; Nylon success story; Just in case; Historic ground; Coal stripping in Ohio; Seaford's world record; Let it rain; Paper printing plates; What's new.
Table of Contents: Bridges are vulnerable; Where did you get that egg; DuPont telefilm had a d-day; Makes mining safer; To help feed a hungry world; DuPont nylon on display; New stles for produce; Doors and walls that fold; What's new.
Table of Contents: A new chapter in poultry nutrition; Modern sulfur mining; New fabrics of DuPont rayon; Fabrikoid; Modern refrigerator finishing; For the American home; Sanitation, public health, and packaging.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Pots & pans; Plastics industry; Electronic industry; Concert halls; Agriculture; Beets; Automobile racing drivers; Vaccinations; Textile industry;
Table of Contents: Kicking it up a notch; Corian shows its colors; Bright lights; A jewel in the city setting; The beet goes on; The new race showplace; Cold comfort; The science behind sport; News in brief.
Table of Contents: Crystals of consequence; DuPont serves the graphic arts; The Coeur d'Alene mining district; Meat on the march; Viva la America Latina; Savings in the tank; New plastic for fluorescent lighting; Clocking the miliseconds.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Agriculture; Defense industry; Paint industry; Plastics industry;
Table of Contents: Agricultural research and some newer developments; Manpower for warpower; Food briquettes; Stars over Brandywine; Photo film by DuPont; Fats are needed; Paint research in wartime; Polyvinyl resins.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Lumber industry; Dams; Defense industry; War work;
Table of Contents: Lavoisier, an estimate; Chemistry's new-born wood; Muck and millions; Potash, and a briny desert deep; An award from Hollywood; Moving a mountain to build a dam; The search-ray eye; What's new.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Inflation; Textile industry; War work; Defense industry;
Table of Contents: Atomic energy; Reversing the inflation trend; The strange case of the M.V. Ondina; The fascinating story of cold light; Color in the plant; Remington crack shots aid armed forces; Those new hospital unit cars; Shooting for...
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Nylon; Paint industry; Textile industry; Paper industry;
Table of Contents: Neoprene bounces ahead; Birthplace of nylon; Finished with dulux; New developments in coated fabrics; More and better low-cost paper; Fifty years of x-rays; War exhibit; DuPont traditions live on.
Periodicals; Chemical industry; Nylon; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Textile industry; Pest control;
Table of Contents: Pigments on parade; Bad lighting, but good pictures; The low road to Brooklyn; What do you know about paint; Putting the go in gasoline; All aboard; Nylon is the star; Disposable baby bottles; Fabrics without weaving; Here's a...
This home was owned by Joseph Tatnall's son-in-law Thomas Lea, who founded Lea Mills with his father-in-law. The mills were owned by the Lea family until 1930 when they were sold and became apartments.