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  1. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over); bottle is half full with original dye.

    • 1955-Oct

    General view of a trade show display for the General Aniline & Film Corporation highlighting products marketed for use in the textile industry. Standing at the center of the display is research chemist Dr. Abraham O.…

  2. Round glass bottle with glass stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  3. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  4. Round glass bottle with glass stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  5. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  6. Round glass bottle with glass stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  7. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over).

  8. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over); bottle is half full with original dye.

  9. Round glass bottle with glass stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over); bottle is half full with original dye.

  10. Round glass bottle with cork stopper; label attached to front identifies manufacturer and contents (label has been waxed over); bottle is half full with original dye.

    • 1927

    Sample book for Naphtol AS dyes, used for "embroidery purposes, for effects in silk, woollen and cotton clothes, for curtains, underwear made of artificial silk, etc." Contains dyeing instructions and 70 mounted dyed…

    • 1970s

    Employees Matt Quigley (left) and Tom Balchin (right) holding a copy of the "Crompton & Knowles Computer Fashion Shades" catalog. This photograph was taken at the Crompton & Knowles Customer Service Laboratory in…

    • 1974

    Bruce Billman using a Perkin-Elmer Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer to test the metal content of a dye solution. This photograph was taken in the Analytical Section Laboratory at the Crompton & Knowles Research…

    • 1974

    View of the Library and Information Retrieval Quarters at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. Seated are researcher John King (left) and Elizabeth B. Hamf (Literature Chemist) at right.

    • 1974

    View of a chemist in a two-person laboratory module for the synthesis and testing of dyes and chemicals at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania.

    Based in Worcester, Massachusetts, Crompton…

    • 1974

    Exterior of the new Crompton & Knowles Corporation Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The Research Center housed laboratories for research and development in dyes and chemicals for the textile, paper, leather,…

    • 1966

    View of a secretary using a Termatrex Information Retrieval System at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The system utilized punch-cards and a chemical identification code devised by…

    • 1966

    View of Laboratory No. 4 at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The photograph shows a typical laboratory layout, including bench arrangement for easy access to the outward-opening door.…

    • 1966

    View of Laboratory No. 1 at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The photograph shows a typical two-person laboratory set-up for a chemist and technician, including partitioned office space…

    • 1966

    View of chemist Dr. James F. Feeman filtering a dye slurry into a filter sink at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The sink, made entirely of polyethylene, prevented the breakage of…

    • 1966

    Research Director George Garcelon inspects a portable temperature monitoring and control device at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. The device was used to regulate chemical reactions as…

    • 1966

    View of chemist James F. Feeman using a portable pH meter, designed by the Althouse Chemical Company, in a laboratory at the Crompton & Knowles Research Center in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania. A special stirring table for…

    • circa 1960

    Leo Labrecque using a Launder-O-Meter to test the wash-fastness of dyed fabric. Bottles containing a standard weight of fabric in a standard soap solution are visible both within and outside of the machine. During the…

    • circa 1960

    General view of the Customer Service and Quality Control Laboratory at the Althouse Chemical Company plant in Reading, Pennsylvania. The employees visible in the photograph are, from left: Tom Margolillo; Dot Bowen;…