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  1. Adjustable mauve colored cotton self tie bow tie.

    • 1980

    William Henry Perkin depicted in his laboratory. Perkin, center, examines test dyeing of silk taffeta with mauve aniline dye. Left, his father, the backer of the plant, stands behind Perkin and admires the fabric. In…

    • 1987-Aug-31 (First session)
    • 1988-Feb-24 (Second session)

    In this interview Sidney Edelstein begins with his family life in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and includes his early education and experiences at the Baylor School in Chattanooga. He describes his undergraduate career at…

    • 1858

    Early examples of paper chromatography from German chemist Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge, who is considered to be the originator of the analytic technique. Runge investigated the color reactions of various chemical…

    • 1930

    Sample book with tints and suggestions on the use of Natural Certified Food Colors in beverages, confectionery, ice cream, and other food products.

    • Fashion Shades
    • Couleurs Mode
    • Undated

    Sample book with dyeing instructions and 32 mounted fabric samples.

    • A Treatise on the Art of Padding
    • 1849

    "Comprising practical instructions in the dyeing of shot cobourgs, silk striped orleans, colored orleans from black warps, ditto from white warps, colored cobourgs from white warps, merinos, yarns, woollen cloths, &c.;…

  2. 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.…

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

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

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

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

  7. Round glass bottle with glass 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).

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

    • 1812-Aug-16

    Letter in French from Giovanni Antonio Giobert (1761-1834), an Italian chemist and mineralogist after whom the mineral giobertite has been named, to Count Chanteloup. Dated August 16, 1812, the letter concerns a sample…

  12. A - Old Gold
    B - Gold
    C - Plum
    D - Silver Gray
    E - Maroon
    F - Old Rose
    G - American Beauty
    H - Silver Gray
    I - Black
    J - Bright Green
    K - Old Rose
    L - Golden Brown
    M - Olive Green
    N - Mahogany
    O - Olive Green
    P - Olive…