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Creator Korling, Torkel Remove constraint Creator: Korling, Torkel Place Michigan--Midland Remove constraint Place: Michigan--Midland Subject Industries Remove constraint Subject: Industries Subject Dow Chemical Company Remove constraint Subject: Dow Chemical Company

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    • 1950s

    Overhead view of an unidentified employee filling storage containers during the production of aspirin at the Dow Chemical Company facilities located in Midland, Michigan.

    • 1955

    General view of an unidentified employee handling a saran bubble as it is extruded from a machine during the production of saran film at the Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan. During production, the film…

    • 1955

    General view of the assembly of rolls of Saran Wrap at the Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan. Initially developed for the U.S. Army to wrap arms and equipment for transport during World War II, saran…

    • 1952

    Close-up view of the underside of the styrene finishing stills at a Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan. An organic compound derived from benzene, styrene is a precursor to polystyrene and was popularized in…

    • 1955

    General exterior view of a section of the Dow Chemical Company facilities located in Midland, Michigan.

    • 1952

    Close-up view of the underside of the styrene finishing stills at a Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan. An organic compound derived from benzene, styrene is a precursor to polystyrene and was popularized in…

    • 1952

    General view of the exterior of a section of a Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan.

    • 1952

    General view of the hydrocarbon crackers at the Dow Chemical Company Hydrocarbons plant located in Midland, Michigan. Hydrocarbons are compounds of hydrogen and carbon that often occur in petroleum and natural gas and…

    • 1952

    General view of the ethyl benzene cracking towers at a Dow Chemical Company plant in Midland, Michigan. Ethyl benzene is commonly used to manufacture polystyrene plastics, engineering plastics, and synthetic rubber.