The E. I du Pont de Nemours & Company minute books document an important era in the history of the company from just before the turn of the twentieth century through the 1930s. The DuPont Company in this time went through many changes in structure...
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Irregular Star; grey spot off(leftjnostril
Left foreleg - above ankle
Right TT above ankle
Right Hind leg - white above ankle running
down on inside
Left XKXgK Rump - black spot
Left Foreleg: Ankle running up behind
Chestnut spot on front of
Chestnut spot on outside on
Chestnut spot - back just
Right Hind Leg: Ankle high on inside
Typed caption: "Note portion of blacksmith shop (the stone building on right). This road enters Hagley Yard partially in the center, Upper Hagley left and Lower Hagley right. The building straight ahead at foot of hill is the Machine and millwright...
Horses; Horse boarding & training facilities; Horse farms;
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Irregular star & strip extending to p-ight
Left fore leg: Ankle running up behind S
Right fore leg: White to above ankle
running up on inside
Left Hind Leg: Half Stocking
Right Hind Leg: Half...
Located in Morrisville, PA, this image "shows the giant steel plant rapidly taking shape. In the foreground is the water-filled slip where ocean going carriers will bring ore from foreign countries. Back of the slip, center, are unloading docks,...
Visiting South Philadelphia Works and Escort ; Typed on back: "Technical Magazine Editors at South Philadelphia Works, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, April 15, 1925 ; Front Row, Left to Right -- E.H. Thompson, Representing Power;...
Hendrick discusses his autmobile in the first paragraph of this social correspondence. He notes that Bassett has written an account of his visit to the Boston Automobile Company which looks all right. Hendrick mentions a bursted tire and...
Front Row, left to right: Jacob Mowery, Dad Totten, Pete Gruver, Kishbaugh, John Stout, Harry Miller. Second row, left to right: Harry Naugle, George Shadle, George Totten, Emory Miller. At mill doors, left to right: Charles Boucher, Eaton Gruver.
Written on back: "Wapwallopen Powder Mills of the DuPont Company; Front row, left to right: Jacob Mowery, Dad Totten, Pete Gruver, Kishbaugh, John Stout, Harry Miller; Second row, left to right: Harry Naugle, George Shadle, George Totten, Emory...
Table of Contents: On the right track; There's a new line at Sears; A reel improvment; The powerhouse within; Anniversary splash; Health care newcomer; These films have the right stuff; A chilling assignment; A gripping success; News in brief.
From caption: "Display Case in lobby of Delaware Trust Company showing at bottom, left to right, Leonard Richards Trophy,--Oaks Trophy,-- and Tom Roby Trophy. Eight gadroon plates are also shown and, in the upper right corner, are small replicas of...
Caption on reverse: "Picture taken on board the U.S.S. Wabash, in the harbor of Port Royal, South Carolina in 1862, and presented by J. C. Vail of Morristown, N.J. to Senator H. A. du Pont of Delaware in memory of Rear-Admiral S. F. Du Pont, April...
Painting by Xanthus Russell Smith depicting the capture of the Confederate ironclad "C.S.S. Atlanta" on 17 June 1863. The U.S. Navy monitor "U.S.S. Weehawken," assisted by the monitor "U.S.S. Nahant," captured the "Atlanta" after a brief...
Board of Directors, (standing left to right) W. Van Alan Clark Jr., R Wilson, Paul Peyton, S. Sydney Stone, Hays Clark, R. Manning Brown, G. Henderson (seated right to left) J.A. Ewald, W. Van Alan Clark, Wayne Hicklin, Fred Fusee
General view of Wilshire Blvd showing interesting points of importance. Lafayette Park is in the foreground, exclusive Town House right center and Bullock's Wilshire Hotel with tower, in left center. The Hollywood Hills are on the right with Santa...
In the center is the director, Mortimer Stewart, who controls each of the three cameras. By a twist of a knob he brings any of the 3 cameras into the circuit. At the left is Izotta Jewel before one camera (camera in this case refers to the unit...