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1 The Development of Industrial Research in America to 1920 1962 Lewis, W. David (Walter David), 1931- (author) Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation research reports (Accession 1645) MS1645_047 Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation research reports
2 Interview with Helen Duncan [transcript] 1978 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Duncan, Helen (Interviewee) Transcript of a conversation about Wallace Carothers between Helen Duncan and Cookie Strange. Duncan served as the Experimental Station Librarian, and she recalls Carothers's visits to the library, the chemists' interest in bird watching, and Helen Sweetman's affection for Carothers.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_08 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
3 Interview with Gerard Bérchet, 1 August 1978 [audio] 1978-08-01 Gerard Bérchet talks about Wallace Carothers with Cookie Strange. He discusses Nylon and its various versions, including 66 and 6, 10, as well as other projects that he and Carothers were involved with at DuPont's Experimental Station.
Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers (Accession 1994.311) AUD_1994311_B01_ID05 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
4 Interview with William "Bill" Mapel, July 1978 [audio] 1978 Interviewer Adeline Bassett Cook Strange (also known as A.B.C Strange or Cookie) recounts her conversations with William "Bill" Mapel and his wife, Evelyn Raines Mapel. Strange says Mr. Mapel was hesitant to talk about Carothers, and she believes he thought he would be breaking Carothers's confidence. Mapel described Carothers as the closest friend he ever had, and despite Carothers's reserved demeanor, there was an "aura" around him at DuPont and in Wilmington society. Overall, Strange...
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Interviewer Adeline Bassett Cook Strange (also known as A.B.C Strange or Cookie) recounts her conversations with William "Bill" Mapel and his wife, Evelyn Raines Mapel. Strange says Mr. Mapel was hesitant to talk about Carothers, and she believes he thought he would be breaking Carothers's confidence. Mapel described Carothers as the closest friend he ever had, and despite Carothers's reserved demeanor, there was an "aura" around him at DuPont and in Wilmington society. Overall, Strange believes that much of Carothers's life was controlled by Mapel's "aggressive interests and kindness," and that Carothers was amenable to this because of his insecurities.
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Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers (Accession 1994.311) AUD_1994311_B01_ID02 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
5 Interview with Crawford Greenewalt [transcript] 1978 Transcript of a conversation about Wallace Carothers between Crawford Greenewalt and Cookie Strange. Greenewalt discusses Carothers's personality, professional successes, depression, and marriage to Helen Sweetman. He also mentions Carother's affair with "The Dame" Silvia Moore.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_06 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
6 Interview with Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra, 2 August 1978 [audio] (part 2) 1978-08-02 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Cupery, Martin E. (Martin Eli), 1901-1996 (Interviewee), Dykstra, Harold Ben, 1902-1986 (Interviewee) Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra have a conversation with Cookie Strange. They primarily discuss their research with synthetic polymers, the discovery of Nylon, and "Purity Hall" at the DuPont Experimental Station. They also talk about Wallace Carothers's overall demeanor and how his gentleness and kindness made him easy to be around. Part 2.
Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers (Accession 1994.311) AUD_1994311_B01_ID04 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
7 Interview with Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra, 2 August 1978 [audio] (part 1) 1978-08-02 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Cupery, Martin E. (Martin Eli), 1901-1996 (Interviewee), Dykstra, Harold Ben, 1902-1986 (Interviewee) Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra have a conversation with Cookie Strange. They primarily discuss their research with synthetic polymers, the discovery of Nylon, and "Purity Hall" at the DuPont Experimental Station. They also talk about Wallace Carothers's overall demeanor and how his gentleness and kindness made him easy to be around. Part 1.
Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers (Accession 1994.311) AUD_1994311_B01_ID03 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
8 Ferdinand Hurter, Swiss industrial chemist 1880/1898, 1880, 1898 Litchfield, Carter (collector), Lewkowitsch, J. (Julius), 1857-1913 (former owner) March 15th 1844 - March 5th, 1898
Carter Litchfield photographs and ephemera on the history of fatty materials (Accession 2007.227) 2270352 Carter Litchfield history of fatty materials collections
9 Nobel Prize Distribution 1987 1987-12-10 Schroeder, H. E. (former owner) 1987 Nobel Prize Award presentation in Stockholm, Sweden. Includes Prize for Chemistry presented to Charles J. Pedersen. With music by the Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
Herman Schroeder collection of DuPont Company audiovisual materials (Accession 2010.204) VID_2010204_B03_ID06 Film and Video
10 Charles J. Pedersen profile 1988-12-08 Schroeder, H. E. (former owner) Pedersen is interviewed about his family and childhood, education and his work life at DuPont. Includes Dr. Herman Schroeder with Pedersen.
Herman Schroeder collection of DuPont Company audiovisual materials (Accession 2010.204) VID_2010204_B03_ID04 Film and Video
11 Interview with Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra, 2 August 1978 [transcript] 1978-08-02 Martin E. Cupery and Harry B. Dykstra have a conversation with Cookie Strange. They discuss their research with super polymers, the discovery of Nylon, and the DuPont Experimental Station. They also talk about Wallace Carothers's overall demeanor and how his gentleness and kindness made him easy to be around.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_03 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
12 Interview with Gerard Bérchet, 1 August 1978 [transcript] 1978-08-01 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Berchet, Gerard J., 1902-1990 (Interviewee) Gerard Bérchet talks about Wallace Carothers with Cookie Strange. He discusses life in Paris, meeting Carothers, and his trip across the Atlantic to the United States. He also mentions Nylon and its various versions, including 66 and 6, 10, as well as other research projects that he was involved with at DuPont's Experimental Station.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_04 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
13 Interview with Elizabeth Carothers Kyle, 3 July 1978 [transcript] 1978-07-03 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Kyle, Elizabeth Carothers, 1907-1983 (Interviewee) Transcript of a telephone call between Elizabeth Carothers Kyle, younger sister to Wallace Carothers, and Cookie Strange. Mrs. Kyle talks about her childhood in Iowa, Wallace's general personality, his love of tennis and music, and his time at Tarkio College and the University of Illinois. She also discusses their sister, Isobel, and the close relationship Isobel shared with Wallace.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_05 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
14 Interview with William "Bill" Mapel, July 1978 [transcript] 1978 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Mapel, William, 1902-1984 (Interviewee) Interviewer Adeline Bassett Cook Strange (also known as A.B.C Strange or Cookie) recounts her conversations with William "Bill" Mapel and his wife, Evelyn Raines Mapel. Strange says Mr. Mapel was hesitant to talk about Carothers, and she believes he thought he would be breaking Carothers's confidence. Mapel described Carothers as the closest friend he ever had, and despite Carothers's reserved demeanor, there was an "aura" around him at DuPont and in Wilmington society. Overall, Strange...
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Interviewer Adeline Bassett Cook Strange (also known as A.B.C Strange or Cookie) recounts her conversations with William "Bill" Mapel and his wife, Evelyn Raines Mapel. Strange says Mr. Mapel was hesitant to talk about Carothers, and she believes he thought he would be breaking Carothers's confidence. Mapel described Carothers as the closest friend he ever had, and despite Carothers's reserved demeanor, there was an "aura" around him at DuPont and in Wilmington society. Overall, Strange believes that much of Carothers's life was controlled by Mapel's "aggressive interests and kindness," and that Carothers was amenable to this because of his insecurities.
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Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_02 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers
15 Interview with Julian and Polly Hill [transcript] 1978 Strange, Adeline Bassett Cook, 1917-2004 (Interviewer), Hill, Julian W. (Julian Werner), 1904-1996 (Interviewee) Cookie Strange documents a conversation she had with Julian Hill and his wife, Polly, about Wallace Carothers. The Hills remember Carothers as a lover of music. He had a Capehart, a large radio/photograph, and would play concerts for friends at his apartment. They also discuss his affection for his sister, Isobel, and his connection to Silvia Moore.
Carothers Oral History Project (Accession 1985) MSS_1985_01_01_07 Oral history interviews on Wallace Carothers