Du Pont, Lammot, 1909-1964 (former owner), Acme Newspictures (New York, N.Y.) (photographer)
Text on verso: 'Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah - It was 'all for one; one for all' when John Cobb (center with goggles on head) went out to smash Capt. George E. T. Eyston's land speed mark by driving 368.85 miles per hour in his turtle-shaped Railton 'Red Lion.' Cobb is shown here with his team of expert mechanics and AAA officials and timers.'
National Automobile Dealers Association (compiler), Chrysler Corporation (associated name)
Narrated history of the Jeep including its use by the military during World War II, post-war production by Willys, redesign in the 1960s for civilian use, purchase by the American Motors Corporation in 1970, introduction of the Jeep Cherokee in 1973, and the 1986 purchase of AMC by Chrysler. Footage compiled for NADA's documentary '100 Years of America's Auto Dealerships : The First Century' (2006)
Booklet describing formation of the First National Bank and its current operations and departments as well as descriptions of popular and/or renowned Philadelphia businesses, institutions, and historical attractions.
This is one pound of pure silicon crystal as manufactured by the DuPont Company's Pigments Department at Newport, Delaware. The hand gives some comparison for size. When melted down-the next step in the manufacture-this will make almost a cupful of what is known as 'dense' silicon.