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1 It's Your Business: Clean Air 1997-07-29 Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America (sponsor), Comer, Meryl (host), Adams, Robert L. (executive producer), BizNet (production company), Crawford, Olita (producer), Pusey, Robert (director) Episode Number 935. Moderator Meryl Comer interviews experts on air pollution and new EPA regulations. Guests include Dr. Richard Lesher (U.S. Chamber of Commerce), Representative Ron Klink (Democrat, Pennsylvania), Representative Dennis Kucinich (Democrat, Ohio), Paul Billings (American Lung Association).
Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1993.230) VID_1993230_B182_ep935 Chamber of Commerce of the United States photographs, videos, and publications, Film and Video
2 Regulatory Briefing on Toxic Substances, NAM/MTG (January 1980) 1980-01-29 National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) (originator) National Association of Manufacturers photographs and audiovisual materials (Accession 1973.418) 1973418_023_58_001 National Association of Manufacturers
3 Interview with Ken White, part 2, 2019 June 27 2019-06-27 White, Ken, 1923-2020 (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Strunk, Nicole (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) Part 2 of 2. In this interview, Ken White continues to describe his career as an industrial designer on a project by project basis. Most of the projects he describes are bookstores on university campuses and military bases. He provides an in-depth analysis of the Boston university bookstore project. He also talks about his work designing Duke University's Gothic Bookstore.
Oral history interview with Ken White (Accession 2023.203) 2023203_20190627_White_interview Oral History
4 Interview with Marshall Johnson, part 2, 2018 October 24 2018-10-24 Johnson, Marshall B., 1938- (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than...
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In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than building the product from scratch.
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Oral history interview with Marshall Johnson (Accession 2023.204) 2023204_20181024_Johnson_interview_002 Oral History
5 Interview with Ken White, part 1, 2019 June 26 2019-06-26 White, Ken, 1923-2020 (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Strunk, Nicole (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) Part 1 of 2. In this interview Ken White discusses the early parts of his life and career as an industrial designer. White talks about his military service, his interest in design and how he learned his trade. He also talks about his early career contacts with Raymond Loewy. White goes on to describe his creative process and approach to design. He does this by describing several different projects in detail.
Oral history interview with Ken White (Accession 2023.203) 2023203_20190626_White_interview Oral History
6 Interview with Marshall Johnson, part 1, 2018 October 24 2018-10-24 Johnson, Marshall B., 1938- (interviewee), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than...
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In this interview, Marshall Johnson tells the story of how he became an industrial designer after he read about it on a pamphlet at school; the various companies he's worked fo over the years; some of his favorite projects inlcuding a research ship and a cookie gun; he describes how he used his skills to aid charitable causes. He explains the ways in which industrial design is different from engineering; he says designers envision how a customer might expect to use a product rather than building the product from scratch.
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Oral history interview with Marshall Johnson (Accession 2023.204) 2023204_20181024_Johnson_interview_001 Oral History
7 Nomex 1970 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor) Nomex, fire resistant nylon developed by DuPont, shown in demonstrations. From Compilation Reel 02.
William Henry Radebaugh films and scripts (Accession 1975.412) FILM_1975412_FC15_19 William Henry Radebaugh films
8 Fake Snake 1970 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (sponsor) Using DuPont Corfam to make reptile and animal skin reproductions for shoes, purses and luggage. From Compilation Reel 02.
William Henry Radebaugh films and scripts (Accession 1975.412) FILM_1975412_FC15_10 William Henry Radebaugh films
9 Interview with James Cortada, 2018 June 7 2018-06-07 Cortada, James W., Dr. (interviewee), Williams, Amrys O. (interviewer), Spohn, Benjamin (interviewer), Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation (originator) In this interview, James Cortada discusses the collection of computing history books that he donated to Hagley. He describes how he acquired the collection, his philsophy on collecting, and some of what he feels are the most important titles in the collection.
Oral history interview with James Cortada (Accession 2018.227) 2018227_20180607_Cortada_interview Oral History
10 Interview with Ella Fitzharris, March 4 [audio] 1984-03-04 Fitzharris, Ella (interviewee), Frazier, Chris (interviewer) Fitzharris discusses childhood activities, school, chores, home traditions, types of excursions, styles of clothing, and people and families she knew in the area.
Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation interviews on the history of the DuPont Company Powder Yard (Accession 1970.370) 1970370_10913_fitzharris_part3 Oral histories on work and daily life in the Brandywine Valley
11 Parker Appliance Company Plant 1934 A "brief review of the daily activities at the Parker Appliance Company Plant" on 17325 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. Narrated by Parker Appliance Company founder and proprietor Arthur L. Parker, the film shows all aspects of vehicle motion and control technology manufacturing, including new project development, assembly benches, production machines, final products, and more. Includes footage of Parker, his wife Helen Fitzgerald, and his business partner, Carl Klamm. Arranged by Arthur L....
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A "brief review of the daily activities at the Parker Appliance Company Plant" on 17325 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. Narrated by Parker Appliance Company founder and proprietor Arthur L. Parker, the film shows all aspects of vehicle motion and control technology manufacturing, including new project development, assembly benches, production machines, final products, and more. Includes footage of Parker, his wife Helen Fitzgerald, and his business partner, Carl Klamm. Arranged by Arthur L. Parker. Photographed by Paul Kozak, Jr.
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Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC478 Cinecraft Productions Films
12 Designed for Profits: The Westinghouse Waste-Away 1953 Film introducing the new and improved "Waste-Away," a garbage disposal system, to Westinghouse sales staff. Walks the viewer through a typical sales demonstration of the Waste-Away, highlighting the device's Safe-Top Control, Double-Life Shredders, and powerful motor. Concludes by encouraging sales staff to capitalize on the prosperous Waste-Away market.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC484 Cinecraft Productions Films
13 Only At American 1971 Film presenting all aspects of American Greetings Corporation's growing business. Details how greeting cards and other promotional materials are developed, produced, and marketed, from early concept meetings to merchandise shipment procedures.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC481 Cinecraft Productions Films
14 The Mills on the Brandywine, Map of the Brandywine River near Wilmington, Delaware 1952 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (associated name), Schoonover, Frank E., 1877-1972 (cartographer) Artist rendering of the mills along the Brandywine River in the vicinity of the former DuPont Powder Yards near Wilmington, Delaware
Hagley File (Accession 1969.001) HF_M13_016 Maps and Plans of the Hagley Site and Buildings, DuPont Company Brandywine powder yards and neighboring worker communities' photographs
15 The Mills on the Brandywine 1952 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (associated name), Schoonover, Frank E., 1877-1972 (artist) Sketch map of the DuPont mills on the Brandywine Creek. The image was used as the endpapers for "DuPont: Autobiography of an American enterprise" published in 1952. This print was signed by the artist Oct. 26, 1953, and hand colored by Wilmington artist Charles Colombo.
Frank Schoonover "The Mills on the Brandywine" print (Accession 2005.212) AVD_2015212_001 Maps and Plans of the Hagley Site and Buildings
16 General Electric Presents the Near-Sighted Mister Magoo 1962 General Electric Company (Sponsor), General Pictures Corporation (Production company), Backus, Jim (Host) Mister Magoo stars in a series of nautical-themed animated television spots for General Electric light bulbs. The film includes live-action segments of Jim Backus (the voice of Mister Magoo) dressed as a sailor while presenting each commercial to the intended audience of GE sales staff. "It's easy to see the best bulbs are GE."
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC507 Cinecraft Productions Films
17 Commercial for the Alliance Tenna-Rotor 1965 Alliance Manufacturing Company (Sponsor), Cinecraft, Inc. (Production company) A man tries to watch TV but receives a poor signal. The repair technician installs an Alliance (now known as the Genie Company) Tenna Rotor, a device that will rotate a roof antenna to find the best signal.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC117_05 Cinecraft Productions Films
18 Taconite 1954 An overview of taconite mining operations in northern Minnesota. Presented by the Reserve Mining Company, jointly owned by Armco Steel and Republic Steel. With the cooperation of the University of Minnesota, Minnesota Historical Society, and the St. Louis County Historical Society.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC476 Cinecraft Productions Films
19 Eastbound New York Central train locomotive 5959-A on Lake Erie and Pittsburgh Railway line at Brandywine trestle near Northfield, Ohio 1957-03 Harwood, Herbert H., Jr. (photographer) Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. collection of railroad negatives (Accession 2019.212) 2019212_NYC_LEP_Northfield_5959 Herbert H. Harwood, Jr. collection of railroad negatives
20 The Cleveland Corridor 1959 Film promoting the "Cleveland Corridor," an 85-mile corner of northeast Ohio between the port cities of Conneaut and Cleveland, as "the best location in the nation" for industrial business. Touts the area's excellent air, water, and ground transportation systems, water supply, open land for plant construction, skilled labor force, and cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. Also advertises the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company's ability to provide electricity to any new...
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Film promoting the "Cleveland Corridor," an 85-mile corner of northeast Ohio between the port cities of Conneaut and Cleveland, as "the best location in the nation" for industrial business. Touts the area's excellent air, water, and ground transportation systems, water supply, open land for plant construction, skilled labor force, and cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities. Also advertises the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company's ability to provide electricity to any new business that decides to locate within the "corridor" and encourages viewers to contact the company's area development department.
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Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC490 Cinecraft Productions Films
21 Alliance Tenna-Rotor Series R television commercials 1953 A series of six animated television advertisements for the Alliance (now known as the Genie Company) Tenna-Rotor, an antenna rotator which improves television signal.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC505 Cinecraft Productions Films
22 Mr. Dover's New Orleans commercial, version 2 1965 Television commercial for homes in the Mr. Dover developments in the Wentwood and Parkwood areas of New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes the tagline: "Start a fresh new life in a Mr. Dover home of your own."
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC511_02 Cinecraft Productions Films
23 Mr. Dover's New Orleans commercial, version 1 1965 Television commercial for homes in the Mr. Dover developments in the Wentwood and Parkwood areas of New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes the tagline: "Start a fresh new life in a Mr. Dover home of your own."
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC511_01 Cinecraft Productions Films
24 KitchenAid Star Performance Advertising 1976 A series of print and television commercial advertisement campaigns for a variety of KitchenAid products, including a hot water dispenser, disposer, dishwasher, and more.
Cinecraft Productions films (Accession 2019.227) FILM_2019227_FC486 Cinecraft Productions Films
25 Breakfasting at Broad Street Station, Philadelphia 1920-01-20 Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. South Philadelphia Works Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company (originator), Yessel, Charles, 1877-1953 (photographer) Transfer of Engineering Department from East Pittsburgh
Westinghouse Electric Corporation Steam Division photographs (Accession 1969.170) 69170_g14354 Westinghouse Electric Corporation Steam Division photographs

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