Dating film negatives
Mr Hargreaves also conducted the interviews for the project. The magazine, which began publication in 1946, featured the company's popular advertising slogan "Better Things for Better Living...
Through Chemistry." In keeping with this branding, its issues featured photojournalistic essays celebrating Du Pont products' contribution to improving American standards of living, features depicting Du Pont employees at work and at leisure, updates on Du Pont activities at home and abroad, and articles extolling free market values and the role of citizen consumers in postwar America.148 items.
The collection has not been digitized in its entirety.
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When the network of satellites designed to control the global climate starts to attack Earth, it's a race against the clock for its creator to uncover the real threat before a worldwide Geostorm wipes out everything and everyone.
During the film Alex shoots with a Leica M4-P camera, which is a 35 mm camera.
Issues related to domesticity, gender, education, childhood, ethnicity, medicine, etc. Also of note are interviews with a journalist (Fred Reybold) and an early broadcaster (Willard Wilson) who worked in Delaware. The content of the digital collection primarily includes product images of computers from the 1950s to 1970s.
Image: Vance Mitchell during 1968 interview.500 items. The collection has not been digitized in its entirety. Store Chat was the employee magazine of Strawbridge & Clothier, a department store founded by Justus C. Clothier (1837-1921) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The magazine published communications from management, news about workers' lives, reports on company and company-sponsored activities, instructions to employees about fashion trends and consumer preferences, and light commentary on matters of local and national import.
While the majority of the interviews are with those who have a connection with the Du Pont Company or du Pont family either as employees or inhabitants of the area surrounding the company's operation on the Brandywine River, the collection also includes interviews with those who worked in other industries in Delaware during this era such as Hodgson Woolen Mill, Lobdell Car Wheel Company, Hoopes Brother & Darlington, and Joseph Bancroft & Sons.
In addition to documenting work and labor during this period, the interviewers delve deeply into the social and cultural lives of their subjects. A selection of items from a collection that documents Sperry's UNIVAC Division and predecessor organizations including the Remington Typewriter Company, the Rand Kardex Company, and the Sperry Gyroscope Company.