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    • 1966-Apr

    Black and white print advertisement for Silastic brand silicone rubber manufactured and sold by the Dow Corning Corporation. The advertisement depicts an American astronaut in space and details the use of silicone…

    • 1966-Jun

    Black and white print advertisement for silicones manufactured and sold by the Dow Corning Corporation. This advertisement appeared on page 20 of the June 1966 edition of Fortune magazine.

    • 1963-Apr

    Double-sided print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemical Sales Department detailing the customer support provided by Dow salesmen. This advertisement appeared on pages 42 and 43 of the April 1963 edition…

    • 1963-May

    Double-sided print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemical Sales Department detailing the company's superior system for keeping track of customer shipments. This advertisement appeared on pages 4 and 5 of…

    • 1963-Sep

    Black and white print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemicals Sales Department. This advertisement appeared on page 145 of the September 1963 edition of Fortune magazine.

    • 1963-Jun

    Black and white print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemicals Sales Department. This advertisement appeared on page 177 of the June 1963 edition of Fortune magazine.

    • 1963

    Black and white print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemical Sales Department featuring a close-up image of a sharpened pencil. The accompanying text details the benefits of the customer support provided…

    • 1963-Oct

    Double-sided print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company's Chemical Sales Department extolling the virtues of Dow salesmen relative to machine-rendered data analysis and analytics. The front of the advertisement…

    • (So They Use SARAN WRAP and Plenty of It!)
    • 1957

    Color print advertisement for Saran Wrap, a product of the Dow Chemical Company. The advertisement profiles the Read family of Ridgewood, New Jersey and features photographic reproductions of various cookies and party…

    • 1957

    Color print advertisement for Styron, the trade name for Styrenic plastics historically manufactured and sold by the Dow Chemical Company for a variety of consumer applications, including packaging and food service,…

    • 1952

    Illustrated advertisement for Toxaphene Dusts – Sprays depicting a farmer standing in a farm field with an airplane spraying Toxaphene Dusts – Sprays. Text reads:

    Toxaphene dusts and sprays are widely recommended for…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for Toxaphene Agricultural Insecticides depicting the western hemisphere with an airplane and tractor spraying insecticides.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was a…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for Toxaphene Dusts – Sprays illustrating crop destroyers including the rapid plant bug, cotton leafworm and lygus bugs.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was a synthetic…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for Toxaphene Dusts – Sprays illustrating crop destroyers including thrips, conchuela and boll weevil bugs.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was a synthetic organic…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for Toxaphene Dusts – Sprays illustrating crop destroyers including alfalfa weevils, sweetclover weevils and salt-marsh caterpillars.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was…

    • 1952

    Advertisement featuring a black and white photograph of a dead boll weevil with caption reading:

    Close-up of a boll weevil, flat on its back – killed by toxaphene

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company,…

    • 1952

    Advertisement featuring a black and white photograph of a dead boll weevil with caption reading:

    Close-up of a boll weevil, flat on its back – killed by toxaphene

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company,…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for toxaphene depicting various insects with an extended list of harmful insects that can be controlled through the use of toxaphene.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for toxaphene with a photograph of a dead boll weevil and an extended list of harmful insects that can be controlled through the use of toxaphene.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company,…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for Hercules Powder Company's sponsorship of the National 4-H Entomology Program for 1953 with a photograph of a boll weevil killed by toxaphene.

    Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company,…

    • 1952

    Advertisement featuring a billboard reading "Toxaphene kills cotton insects" with a depiction of a tuft of cotton wool. Two men are visible in the foreground, one holding a tuft of cotton wool.

    Originally trademarked…

    • 1952

    The extensive collection of Hercules advertising materials, covering the years 1913 through 1952, documents the company's growth as a major manufacturer of chemical products. A portion of the 1952 edition is digitized…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for flotation (also known as frothing) agents, including pine oil and rosin amine, manufactured and sold by the Hercules Powder Company. Formed in 1912 as part of an anti-trust settlement with DuPont, the…

    • 1952

    Advertisement for books detailing the use of toxaphene for insect control including illustrations of grasshoppers, salt-marsh caterpillars, cutworms, armyworms and boll weevils.

    Formed in 1912 as part of an anti-trust…

    • 1952-May-24

    Color print advertisement for the Dow Chemical Company depicting a woman buying groceries at a checkout counter with a line of people behind her, including an African American man. The accompanying paragraph details…