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    • circa 1905

    View of a section of the office space at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1887, the Dearborn Chemical…

    • circa 1905

    General view of the office of Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) President William H. Edgar at the company's 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in…

    • circa 1905

    General view of a section of the main room at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois, with view of assorted glassware and…

    • circa 1905

    General view of the main office space at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Per notations accompanying the photograph,…

    • circa 1905

    View of a section of the office space at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1887, the Dearborn Chemical…

    • circa 1905

    View of a portion of the main room at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Per notations accompanying the photograph, the…

    • circa 1905

    Close-up view of assorted scientific instruments, including microscopes and balances, used at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago,…

    • circa 1905

    General view of the main room at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois, with view of assorted glassware and scientific…

    • circa 1905

    General view of the drug storage room at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1887, the Dearborn Chemical…

    • circa 1905

    Close-up view of the bucking board and crusher used to prepare coal and ore samples for analysis at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in…

    • circa 1905

    Close-up view of the assay and combustion furnaces in the laboratory back room at the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois.…

    • circa 1905

    General view of a portion of the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works (later Dearborn Chemical Company) 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois, with view of furnaces, assorted balances, and…

    • circa 1905

    General view of a portion of the Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works hospitality suite located at Young's Million Dollar Pier in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Dearborn maintained a permanent hospitality suite at the pier to…

    • circa 1905

    Exterior nighttime view of a portion of Young's Million Dollar Pier in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with an electrically-lighted sign for "Dearborn" visible over a striped awning. Per notations accompanying the…

    • circa 1905

    Exterior view of a portion of Young's Million Dollar Pier in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with a sign for "Dearborn" visible over a striped awning. Per notations accompanying the photograph, Dearborn Chemical and Drug…

    • 1906 (Publication)
    • 1891 (Creation)

    Robert Wilhelm Bunsen was born March 30, 1811 in Göttingen and died August 16, 1899 in Heidelberg. He was a German inventor, chemist, and professor whose light studies created the field of spectrum analysis.

    Sir Henry…

    • 1906 (Publication)
    • 1862 (Creation)

    Photographic portrait of Robert W. Bunsen, Gustav Kirchhoff, and Henry E. Roscoe. In the book Roscoe explains that the photograph was taken during a visit of Bunsen and Kirchhoff to Manchester while Roscoe was chair of…

    • 1906 (Publication)

    A photographic portrait of Henry Enfield Roscoe writing at a desk at his home, Woodcote Lodge in 1906. The photograph was taken by a photographer from Elliot & Fry studio and printed by Emery Walker.
    A photomechanical…

    • 1930s

    General view of Dearborn Chemical Company employee E.P. Fager comparing the color of two solutions during a water sample field test. Assorted glassware and a Dearborn portable testing cabinet are visible on the table.…

    • 1927 – 1928

    General view of the office of Laboratory Director Dudley Kimball French (center) at the Dearborn Chemical Company 35th Street laboratory facilities located in Chicago, Illinois. The female employees visible in the…

    • 1948

    Two views of a trade show display featuring a range of plastic household items made from Dow Styron, the trade name for Styrenic plastics manufactured and sold by the Dow Chemical Company for a variety of consumer…

    • 1946

    General view of a female model sitting on plastic packaging made from Dow Styron to demonstrate the packaging's durability. Styron is the trade name for Styrenic plastics historically manufactured and sold by the Dow…

    • 1949

    General view of a sales display for a range of plastic household items made from Dow Styron, the trade name for Styrenic plastics manufactured and sold by the Dow Chemical Company for a variety of consumer applications.

    • 1952 – 1964 (Inclusive dates of objects depicted)
    • 1965 (Date attributed to photographs)

    Two advertising stills featuring examples of various Saran Wrap packaging. Each package is marked with a corresponding date of production ranging from 1952 to 1964. Initially developed for the U.S. Army to wrap arms and…

    • 1964

    Holiday-themed promotional display featuring boxes of Saran Wrap arranged to resemble a chimney. Initially developed for the U.S. Army to wrap arms and equipment for transport during World War II, saran plastic was…