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.
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.
Gentieu, Pierre A. (1842-1930) (photographer), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (associated name), Copeland, Lammot du Pont, 1905-1983 (associated name), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (associated name), Hagley Museum and Library (associated name)
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.