Du Pont, Lammot, 1909-1964 (former owner), Acme Newspictures (New York, N.Y.) (photographer)
Text on verso: 'Flying the same plane in which Clarence Chamberlin crossed the Atlantic, Captain J. E. Boyd, took off from Floyd Bennett Airport in New York City on June 11th on a projected non-stop good will flight to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. The above photo made shortly before the take off shows left to right - Robert G. Lyon, co-pilot; Captain J.E. Boyd, pilot; and Harold P. Davis, author and journalist, who is making the trip.'
Pamphlet introducing the terms of the Chevrolet 6% Purchase Certificate Plan to assist buyers with saving and paying for a new car; Make: Chevrolet; Models: Roadster, Touring, DeLuxe Touring, Utility Coupe, Coach, 4 Passenger Coupe, Sedan, DeLuxe Sedan, Commercial Chassis, Utility Express Chassis
To make a test of the new salt water soap developed for the Army say Louise Feldman left, and Frances Montgomery, chemists in the DuPont Technical Laboratory at Deepwater Point, New Jersey. Miss Montgomery, using the new soap khaki colored for camouflage, got the heavy fuel oil off her hand quicker and more easily that Miss Feldman who used ordinary soap. Secret of the new soap's success is a special synthetic detergent, know n only as MP-646, developed by DuPont chemists. Both the laboratory basins contain salt water, often the only kid available to soldiers for bathing and laundry in some theaters of war.