E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Public Relations Department (originator), Aero Service Corporation (photographer)
On verso: DuPont's Experimental Station on the Brandywine. The buildings spread out on the north bank of the Brandywine River, near Wilmington, Delaware, comprise DuPont's Experimental Station, one of the largest industrial research laboratories in the world. Newest buildings are in the upper half of the aerial photograph.
Vient, James K. (author), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Public Relations Department (originator)
Excerpt from The Indicator, a newsletter published by the New York and New Jersey sections of the American Chemical Society. Explores the history of DuPont's New Jersey facilities and their contributions to the defense industry. Includes a two-page advertisement for Hercules Powder Company imploring readers to donate blood for the war effort. Item 22 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Public Relations Department (originator), Photo Associates (photographer)
Left to right: Domenico Mortellito, Samuel F. Caraher, Emile F. du Pont, Glen Perry, Henry B. du Pont, Crawford H. Greenwalt, Mrs. Louise Crowninshield, Walter S. Carpenter, Lammot du Pont Copeland, Luther D. Reed, Winthrop W. Mellon. William A. Hart, speaking. J.W. McCoy is just out of the picture -- his overcoat just shown at the extreme left.