Wide World Photos, Inc. (photographer), Du Pont, Pierre S. (Pierre Samuel), 1870-1954 (former owner)
Mrs. Pierre S. du Pont, with cocktail, talking to a member of the garden club during a reception held after the dinner at the twenty-fifth anniversary meeting, held at the museum of art here last night.
Bales of raw cotton linters composed of short, raw cotton fibers left on the boll after the larger fibers have been removed. These constitute the principal raw materials used in the manufacture of finishes by DuPont.
Display of some of the many uses of plastics featured at the former DuPont Exhibition at the New York Museum of Science and Industry, Rockefeller Center. By pressing a button the visitor could light up the row of Lucite methyl methacrylate pipes in the center.
The garden at the Price-Comfort-Zebley home. The house at 1302 King Street was built in 1798 by Benjamin Price, and occupied by the Zebley family from 1830 to 1872. After 1872, the home was occupied by the Springer-Ward-Spoerl family.