Small booklet distributed to plant visitors and employees describing the history and manufacturing facilities of DuPont's Louisville, Kentucky neoprene plant. Item 5 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Illustrated booklet advertising the manufacturing facilities for sale due to the closure of DuPont's Hopewell, Virginia munitions plant at the end of World War I. Item 4 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Excerpt from a special rayon-themed issue of the trade journal, "Textile World," announcing the commencement of rayon production at DuPont's Old Hickory, Tennessee plant. Vol. LXVIII, No. 13, pages 59 to 60. September 26, 1925. Includes two bird's-eye images of the plant. Item 13 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Article from the Thursday, October 13, 1949 issue of the Waynesboro News-Virginian newspaper documenting the history of DuPont's Waynesboro, Virginia rayon plant. Includes bird's-eye photographs of the plant from 1929 and 1949. Item 18 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Booklet summarizing the construction of the Savannah River Plant in Savannah River, South Carolina, built by DuPont on a contract from the United States Atomic Energy Commission. Item 16 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Excerpts from the July 18, 1952 issue of the Chambers Works News. Includes a bird's-eye-view sketch of the plant in 1922. Article titles: Old Artist's Sketch Shows How Works Looked 30 Years Ago; Twelve More Plant Men Get Awards; Their Business Is Really Booming. Item 3 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Memorandum written by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company in response to a report by the Senate Special Committee Investigating the Munitions Industry (also known as the Nye Committee) alleging that DuPont had engaged in profiteering during World War I. Item 14 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
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.
Booklet documenting the history of the DuPont Old Hickory Cellophane Plant in Old Hickory, Tennessee. Published for the plant's 25th anniversary in 1954. Includes information about plant safety and company benefits. Item 12 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Report by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment and Occupational Outlook Branch. Discusses the disposition of plants built on government contracts during World War I, with significant attention given to DuPont's Old Hickory Plant near Nashville, Tennessee. Item 23 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Four maps showing the locations of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company's black powder plants, high explosives plants, powder plants, and miscellaneous plants. Item 21 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Excerpt from the July 9, 1952 issue of the Cellophane Observer newsletter from DuPont's Old Hickory, Tennessee cellophane plant. Explores the history of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company. Item 10 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Excerpt from the June 1952 issue of the Newark Spectrum newsletter from DuPont's Newark, New Jersey pigments plant. Article titles: Newark Plant History; First Impressions; Du Pont Sesqui-Centennial. Item 7 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Engineering Department (originator), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator)
Booklet describing the construction of DuPont's Old Hickory, Tennessee munitions plant, which was built on a government contract during World War I. Item 11 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Special 25th Anniversary edition of the Cellophane News plant newspaper documenting the history of the DuPont Spruance Film Plant in Richmond, Virginia. Vol. 5, No. 20. Tuesday, November 1, 1955. Item 17 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Excerpt from the July 1950 issue of The DuPont Fabtonian magazine from DuPont's Newburgh, New York Fabrics Plant. Cover image features employees Julius M. R. Linehart and Thomas G. Stringer. Articles include: 40 Years with DuPont; Job Security; Fabrikoid Plant History Began In Hohokus, N.J.; Safety and Welfare; A. & H. Insurance Rates Reduced. Item 8 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.
Booklet documenting the expansion of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company's manufacturing facilities during the post-World War II period. Includes information and images related to the following projects: expansion of the Experimental Station in Wilmington, Delaware; construction of a nylon plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee; construction of the May Orlon plant in Camden, South Carolina; expansion of a neoprene plant in Louisville, Kentucky; construction of a chemicals plant in Victoria, Texas; construction of the Sabine River Works chemicals plant in Orange, Texas; construction of the Washington Works chemicals and plastics plant in Parkersburg, West Virginia; construction of the Houston Works agricultural chemicals plant in La Porte, Texas; construction of the James River Works sulfuric acid plant in Richmond, Virginia; construction of a formaldehyde plant in Toledo, Ohio; expansion of the Martinsville, Virginia nylon plant; expansion of the Seaford, Delaware nylon plant; expansion of a chemicals plant in Niagara Falls, New York; expansion of the Waynesboro, Virginia acetate rayon plant; expansion of the Edge Moor pigments plant in Wilmington, Delaware; expansion of the Clinton, Iowa cellophane plant; expansion of the Deepwater Plant at Deepwater Point, New Jersey; expansion of the South San Francisco paint plant; expansion of the Belle, West Virginia chemicals plant; expansion of the nitrocellulose unit at the Carney's Point Works in Carney's Point, New Jersey. Item 20 of 23 from DuPont Plant Histories scrapbook.