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# Title Date(s) Contributor(s) Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 Switch diagnostic work 1975/1997, 1975, 1997 MCI Communications Corporation (originator) MCI Communications Corporation photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 2000.239) 2000239_00361 MCI Communications Corporation
2 Launching of John Cadwalader hull #394 1926 Pusey and Jones Company (originator) Pusey and Jones Corporation photograph collection (Accession 1972.350) 72350_3175 Pusey and Jones Corporation photographs
3 Ship on ways at Gloucester, N.J. shipyard 1919 Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company (originator) Pusey and Jones Corporation photograph collection (Accession 1972.350) 72350_gloucesternj_0098 Pusey and Jones Corporation photographs
4 Construction of south pier at Gloucester, N.J. shipyard 1917 Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company (originator) Pusey and Jones Corporation photograph collection (Accession 1972.350) 72350_gloucesternj_0081 Pusey and Jones Corporation photographs
5 New soap perfumes 1937-09 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator), Duryea, Drix (photographer) New soap perfumes in the making. In the chemists laboratory, a miniature soap machine turns out hundreds of cakes of soap. Perfume to be tested is incorporated in the soap while it is mixed in the plodder. Cast in a die, the soap cakes are subjected to various experimental conditions to which soap might be exposed in reality and the cakes are observed by the chemist for a period of time, sometimes a year or more, to determine the lasting qualities of the perfume, its effect on color and other...
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New soap perfumes in the making. In the chemists laboratory, a miniature soap machine turns out hundreds of cakes of soap. Perfume to be tested is incorporated in the soap while it is mixed in the plodder. Cast in a die, the soap cakes are subjected to various experimental conditions to which soap might be exposed in reality and the cakes are observed by the chemist for a period of time, sometimes a year or more, to determine the lasting qualities of the perfume, its effect on color and other elements. The development of synthetic components for perfumes has been of major importance in the soap and cosmetic industries, where perfume are use in some cases to cover up the bad odor of fats, in other to give a pleasing smell. Every cosmetic and soap on the market is perfumed-even the cheapest type of laundry soap. Problems of price and supply are being solved by the chemist and moreover there has been a development of synthetic perfumes, useful in this field, superior to anything made by nature.
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DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_0643 DuPont Product Information photographs
6 Mound City Explosives Department at Potomac River Works 1954-03 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_0820 DuPont Product Information photographs
7 Julian Hill recreating synthesis of first completely synthetic fiber 1941 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) Probably the most dramatic moment in DuPont research history is re-enacted above-the birth of the first completely synthetic fiber, impractical for commercial use but true forerunner of nylon itself. Here chemist Julian Hill shows how he pulled molten sample of material from a laboratory test tube at the company's Experimental Station near Wilmington, Delaware. The molasses-like mass stuck to the glass stirring rod and was drawn out into a thin fiber.
DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_1154 DuPont Product Information photographs
8 Explosives Department at Repauno Works at Gibbstown, New Jersey 1920/1929, 1920, 1929 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_0842 DuPont Product Information photographs
9 A titanium ingot being drawn from furnace prior to forging and rolling 1960/1969, 1960, 1969 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) Titanium metal can be worked by standard equipment. Here a hot titanium ingot is being withdrawn from furnace prior to forging and rolling.
DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3363 DuPont Product Information photographs
10 Employee at work 1970/1979, 1970, 1979 ConRail (former owner) Conrail photographs (Accession 1993.231) 1993231_104 Conrail photographs and films
11 Horse, Montpelier Horse Show, ca. 1920 1920?, 1920 Du Pont, William, 1855-1928 (former owner), Du Pont, William, 1896-1965 (former owner) A horse being judged at the Montpelier Horse Show, ca. 1920
William du Pont and William du Pont, Jr. photographic materials (Accession 2007.205) DuPont9 William du Pont, Jr. papers
12 Southern Pacific Depot in Tucson, Ariz. 1935?, 1935 Tucson News Agency (publisher) Railroad postcards collection (Accession 1995.229) 95299_0022 Railroad station postcards collection
13 Canadian Pacific Railway Depot, Winnipeg, Man. 1906 Warwick Brothers & Rutter Ltd. (Toronto, Ont.) (publisher) Railroad postcards collection (Accession 1995.229) 95299_0118 Railroad station postcards collection
14 Union Railroad Station in Elmira, N.Y. 1910 Baker Brothers (Elmira, N.Y.) (publisher) Railroad postcards collection (Accession 1995.229) 95299_0660 Railroad station postcards collection
15 Unidentified Philadelphia Quartz Company employees 1930/1939, 1930, 1939 Philadelphia Quartz Company (originator) PQ Corporation photographic collection (1984.258) 1984258_033 PQ Corporation photographic collection
16 New York Hilton - Valencia 1961/1964, 1961, 1964 William Pahlmann Associates (originator), Pahlmann, William C., 1900-1987 (associated name) William Pahlmann papers (Accession 2388) 2388_09172012_32 William Pahlmann papers
17 Tennessee oleomargarine tax stamp 1894?, 1894 Litchfield, Carter (former owner), Tennessee. Department of Revenue (originator) Carter Litchfield photographs and ephemera on the history of fatty materials (Accession 2007.227) 2270297 Carter Litchfield history of fatty materials collections
18 Looking Up - Uplifting Mascara 2007 Avon Products, Inc. (originator), Le Bon, Yasmin, 1964- (actor) Commercial for both U.S. and Latin American T.V.
Avon Products, Inc. records (Accession AVD.2155) 110919_Uplifting_Mascara_1359066 Avon Products
19 Du Pont, Samuel Francis (1803-1865) 1842/1862, 1842, 1862 On cover: 1842 - Commander; 1855 - Captain; - Commodore; 1862 - Rear Admiral. On front: Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861 by E. Dexter, in the Clerks Office of the United States for the Southern District of New York. E. Anthony 501 Broadway
Hagley portrait file (Accession 1970.182) PF_20090605_228 Hagley portrait file
20 Nancy Anne Fleming, Miss America 1961, in swimsuit by Elizabeth Stewart in Everfast Everglaze cotton Concord cloth 1961 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Pagano Studios (photographer), Simson, Jacques (photographer), Miss America Pageant (associated name) California Fashions
Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_0864 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection
21 Nancy Anne Fleming, Miss America 1961, on runway at Halle Brothers Co. (Cleveland, Ohio) 1961 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Childress Studio (photographer), Miss America Pageant (associated name) Everglaze/Ban-Lon fashion show.
Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_0960 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection
22 Ban-Lon textured yarn nightgown by Dutchess 1957 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Pagano Studios (photographer), Miss America Pageant (associated name) Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_0361 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection
23 Marian McKnight, Miss America 1957, in Everfast's Everglaze plaid polished cotton separates by Junior House of Milwaukee 1957 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Pagano Studios (photographer), Simson, Jacques (photographer), Miss America Pageant (associated name) Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_0392 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection
24 Lee Meriwether, Miss America 1955, in ball gown by Marusia in polished cotton by Everfast and made crease-resistant by Everglaze 1955 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Phyfe, Hal, 1892-1968 (photographer), Miss America Pageant (associated name) Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_0097 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection
25 Ban-Lon knit sweater with buttons from Edita Kertis, 2nd collection 1965 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. (originator), Miss America Pageant (associated name) Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co. Miss America photographs (Accession 1972.430) 1972430_1361 Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company / Miss America Collection

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