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# Title Date(s) Date(s) Creator Contributor(s) Description Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 Zwaanendael Museum 1932 Zebley, Frank R., 1883-1960 (photographer) The Museum was erected in 1931 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the first Dutch settlement. It is a replica of the old town hall in Hoorn Holland.
Frank R. Zebley photograph albums (Accession 1968.012) 680122073 Frank R. Zebley photograph albums
2 Zusätzliche Kühlanlage für Fiat 600 1960~, 1960~ Vinson, Z. Taylor, 1933-2009 (collector) Make: Abarth; Model: 750
Z. Taylor Vinson collection of transportation ephemera (Accession 20100108.ZTV) 20120404_Zusatzliche Z. Taylor Vinson collection of transportation ephemera
3 Zurdie Dobie and employees in refreshment stand and restaurant in the street car waiting room 1930-10-27 Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. South Philadelphia Works. (originator), Yessel, Charles, 1877-1953 (photographer) Westinghouse Electric Corporation Steam Division photographs (Accession 1969.170) 69170_24238 Westinghouse Electric Corporation Steam Division photographs
4 Zorina drops a graceful curtsy to Columbia Masterworks 1941-04-21 Columbia Records, Inc. (originator), Erickson, Carl (artist), Zorina, Vera (depicted) Columbia Masterworks advertisement.
John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), Life Magazine AVDJOPN2014_erickson-life-px-a John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
5 Zoological Gardens 1937-04-17 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_09700 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
6 Zoological Gardens 1939-06-25 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_11425 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
7 Zoological Gardens 1940-02-26 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_12763 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
8 Zoological Garden 1939-06-25 Dallin Aerial Surveys (photographer), Dallin, J. Victor (John Victor), 1897-1991 (former owner) J. Victor Dallin Aerial Survey collection (Accession 1970.200) 70_200_11456 Dallin Aerial Survey Company Photographs
9 Zoo 1941 Zebley, Frank R., 1883-1960 (photographer) Located near the tracks of the Brandywine branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad in an area known as Tatnall Woods, and purchased by the Park Commission for the zoo.
Frank R. Zebley photograph albums (Accession 1968.012) 680128068 Frank R. Zebley photograph albums
10 Zoo 1941 Zebley, Frank R., 1883-1960 (photographer) The zoo is located in an area known as Tatnall Woods, and is used as picnic grounds. Land purchased by Park Commission.
Frank R. Zebley photograph albums (Accession 1968.012) 680128067 Frank R. Zebley photograph albums
11 Zon-O-Phone: The Pleasure Doubled, the Cost Reduced 1908~, 1908 Victor Talking Machine Company (originator), Universal Talking Machine Manufacturing Company (originator) From: Pearson's Advertiser
David Sarnoff Library digital archive (Accession AVD.2464.001) VictorZonophone_c1908 David Sarnoff Library
12 ZMC-2 First All-Metal Dirigible Flies Safely! 1929-08-20 Du Pont, Lammot, 1909-1964 (former owner), Pacific & Atlantic Photos, Inc. (photographer) Text on verso: 'The ZMC-2, America's first all-metal dirigible airship landed at Grosse Ile, Airport Detroit (Mich.) last night after its initial flight test. The big metal ship, piloted by Captain William C. Kepner, one of the country's leading balloonists remained aloft for forty-nine minutes. In addition to the pilot the passenger car carried four other persons. They were Art. J. Schlosser, Ed. J. Hill, Joe Bishop, asst. pilot and Carl Fritche. Naval air experts from Washington witnessed...
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Text on verso: 'The ZMC-2, America's first all-metal dirigible airship landed at Grosse Ile, Airport Detroit (Mich.) last night after its initial flight test. The big metal ship, piloted by Captain William C. Kepner, one of the country's leading balloonists remained aloft for forty-nine minutes. In addition to the pilot the passenger car carried four other persons. They were Art. J. Schlosser, Ed. J. Hill, Joe Bishop, asst. pilot and Carl Fritche. Naval air experts from Washington witnessed the test but did not go up in the metal craft. They will witness further tests at Detroit and then will take the airship to the Lakehurst Naval Air Station where it will be officially turned over to the United States Navy. The first of its kind ever built, the ZMC-2 is an experimental ship, built to test out the designer's belief that a dirigible constructed entirely of metal is flight-worthy, more durable and less subject to hazards than the ordinary dirigible of fabric, such as the Graf Zeppelin and the big naval dirigible, Los Angeles. The ship is 150 feet in length over-all and is 50 feet in diameter. Its metal skin has a gas capacity of 200,000 cubic feet. Helium gas, which is non-inflamable, is used instead of the hydrogen used by the Graf Zeppelin. The ship is powered by two Wright Whirlwind motors of 225-horsepower each and is expected to develop a speed of 62 miles and hour.'
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Lammot du Pont, Jr. collection of aeronautical photographs (Accession 1975.360) 75360_00111 Lammot du Pont, Jr. aeronautical collection
13 Zinc chloride coming off flaker machine at DuPont's Cleveland, Ohio, works 1955 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) Zinc chloride coming off flaker machine at DuPont's Cleveland Works is important ingredient in manufacture of dry cell batteries, tin cans, textiles and in reclaiming synthetic rubber.
DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_0634 DuPont Product Information photographs
14 Zerone Anti-Rust Anti-Freeze 1970 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company DeMirjian, Charles H., 1925- (former owner) Pamphlet describing DuPont Zerone anti-rust ant-freeze
Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera (Accession 1995.273) Demirjian_Box3__00085 Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera
15 Zerex Windshield Washer 1965/1984, 1965, 1984 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company DeMirjian, Charles H., 1925- (former owner) DuPont Zerex product photograph
Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera (Accession 1995.273) DeMirjian_Box3_00261 Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera
16 Zerex Antifreeze: Can Stabbing 1970 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (Sponsor) A can of Zerex anti-leak antifreeze is punctured numerous times with a small blade to demonstrate how quickly the solution works to stop radiator leaks. "Guaranteed not to run out on you."
DuPont Company films and commercials (Accession 1995.300) FILM_1995300_FC398_02 DuPont Company films and commercials
17 Zerex' anti-rust anti-freeze on the market 1955 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) Zerex' anti-rust anti-freeze of the premium type is made by the DuPont Company at Belle, West Virginia. 'Zerex' is a product of DuPont research and the company also pioneered sealed, tamper-proof cans for protection of anti-freeze buyers.
DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3676 DuPont Product Information photographs
18 Zerex & NFL team-up again! 1971 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company DeMirjian, Charles H., 1925- (former owner) Pamphlet describing DuPont football related advertising campaigns for Zerex anti-freeze
Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera (Accession 1995.273) Demirjian_Box3__00076 Charles H. DeMirjian collection of DuPont Consumer Products Division photographs and ephemera
19 Zenith's brilliant answer to what's new in radio-phonographs 1950-11 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), Better Homes and Gardens AVDJOPN2014_zenith-tv-ad-7 John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
20 Zenith premier days are here! 1967-09-19 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), Look AVDJOPN2014_zenith-look-1967-09-19 John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
21 Zenith portables won't play under water...but they will play everywhere else 1947-05-24 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), The Saturday Evening Post AVDJOPN2014_zenith-sep-5-24-47 John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
22 Zenith Color TV, Hand craftsmanship involves the pride and reputation of the maker... 1965-10-08 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), Life Magazine AVDJOPN2014_zenith-tv-life-handcrafted John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
23 Zenith Color TV, Hand craftsmanship means extra care... 1966-03-04 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), Life Magazine AVDJOPN2014_zenith-tv-violin-60s John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
24 Zenith brings HIGH FIDELITY down to earth... 1954-10-02 Zenith Radio Corporation (originator), Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971 (depicted) John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics (Accession 2014.277), The Saturday Evening Post AVDJOPN2014_zenith-louis-armstrong John Okolowicz collection of publications and advertising on radio and consumer electronics
25 A Zeiss Pulfrich photometer 1936-12 E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (originator) A Zeiss Pulfrich photometer with a sphere reflectometer attachment, is used for measuring reflection from any surface at various wave lengths of light. The machine is used in the laboratory to test detergency by measuring the brightness of scoured pieces. This equipment is located at the Technical Laboratory in Deepwater Point, New Jersey.
DuPont Company Product Information photographs (Accession 1972.341) 1972341_3002 DuPont Product Information photographs

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