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# Title Date(s) Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Collection Hagley ID
1 Interior of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_115
2 Home of a Reading Anthracite Miner 1930/1939, 1930, 1939 Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company (originator) The Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company owns and maintains the homes of many of its employees. Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company photographs (Accession 1980.318) 80318_041
3 Housing for railroad workers in Andover, Virginia 1930/1940, 1930, 1940 Virginia Coal and Iron Company (originator) Penn Virginia Corporation photograph collection (Accession 1993.261) PC20100911_206
4 Kenneth J. Altorfer to Marc Harrison 1926-05-11 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (correspondent), International Lead Zinc Research Organization (correspondent), Altorfer, Kenneth J. (correspondent) Letter identifying a supplier for wrought zinc gutters and downspouts for ILZRO house. Marc Harrison papers (Accession 2193) harrison79
5 Bath or shower handle in the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_067
6 Downtown Richland, Washington near Hanford Engineering Works 1950/1959, 1950, 1959 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) This is the position of the town that was here when DuPont came in. The company built some of the buildings shown in this photo. DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3962
7 Richland, Washington near Hanford Engineering Works 1940/1949, 1940, 1949 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) This camp housed part of Hanford Engineer Works 52,000 population during WWII. Barracks pictured here sheltered construction employees of first atomic energy materials plant at Hanford, WA which DuPont designed, built and operated at the government's request. Because existing towns within a reasonable daily driving distance were unable to provide housing, business and recreational facilities, DuPont later built virtually from the ground up the village of Richland to house the plant operation force. For the most part they were men and women from the company's industrial plants who had been moved to the area under utmost secrecy. DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3919
8 International Lead Zinc Research Organization house after construction completion 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_116
9 Model demonstrating the functions of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_122
10 Construction of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_118
11 Hanford Engineering Works 1950/1959, 1950, 1959 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3967
12 Richland, Washington near Hanford Engineering Works 1950/1959, 1950, 1959 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) The main business district of Richland. DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3961
13 Window and sink in the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_062
14 Windows in the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_065
15 DuPont Rayon Co. Old Hickory Plant in Operation 1925-09-26, 1925-09-26 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. f HD9651.9.D94 A28b 20110628_134
16 Hanford construction camp 1940/1949, 1940, 1949 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) The Hanford construction camp which housed 45,000 construction workers. In addition, residents of a trailer village expanded the total to 52,000 people. Project offices of the U.S. Corp of Engineers and DuPont are shown in the foreground. DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3966
17 Interior of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_113
18 Construction of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_117
19 International Lead Zinc Research Organization house utilities enclosure 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_072
20 Construction of the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (former owner) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_119
21 Closet in the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_070
22 Cabinet handles in the International Lead Zinc Research Organization house 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998 (photographer) Marc Harrison photograph collection (Accession 2005.255) 2005255_068
23 Richland, Washington near Hanford Engineering Works 1950/1959, 1950, 1959 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3964
24 Brandywine Banks, 1868 1868, 1868 Beers, D. G. (Daniel G.) Leaf no. 9, detached from Beers' Atlas of the state of Delaware, 1868, containing three maps: Brandywine banks, Newport, and Brandywine Village. Map shows locations of worker's homes, factories, and various businesses located along the Brandywine Creek, in Wilmington and Newport, Delaware. Drawer 18 G3832 .B8 1868 brandywine_banks00001
25 Hanford Engineering Works construction camp 1950/1959, 1950, 1959 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3959

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