A display box of 24 samples of various products colored with dyes. Includes liquids in small bottles, powders in brass circular containers, matches, and wood. The inside of the box shows the dyeing application formula for each product. This sample box may have been manufactured by the American Aniline Works, a short-lived company begun c. 1870 and destroyed by a flood of the Kanawha River by c. 1880.
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Science History Institute. American Aniline Products Dye Sample Box [Interior View]. Photograph. American Aniline Products Dye Sample Box, 2021. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/87ni9jg.
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