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Color photograph showing two technicians removing a plastic dome from an unidentified machine in the Plastics Laboratory at the Naval Air Engineering Center.
General view of the Rubber Laboratory at the National Air Engineering Center's Aeronautical Materials Laboratory. At left, Technician Armand Rindone operates an unidentified machine before a group of observers. The…
- 1950s – circa
General view of an autoclave, used for the fabrication of plastics, at the Naval Air Engineering Center's Aeronautical Materials Laboratory. In the foreground, Laboratory Technical Director J. Hartley Bowen, Jr.…
- circa 1958
Eleanor Vadala, chemist, demonstrating use of the Gammacell 220, a textile chemistry machine, used in the Naval Air Material Center's Aerospace Materials Laboratory. The Gammacell 220 is a source of Cobalt-60 gamma…
General view of the rubber extruder in the Rubber Laboratory at the Naval Air Material Center. Chemist C.P. Yarnall (center) and two unidentified men are seen removing material from the extruder and coiling it around a…
- circa 1965
Research chemist Stanley Supkis using a distillation apparatus in the Aeromaterials laboratory at the Naval Air Engineering Center (Philadelphia, Pa.).