Postcard produced by the General Dyestuff Corporation, a sales division of the General Aniline & Film Corporation, depicting a woman using a dye bath. Colorful strands of fabric dyed various colors are draped above the dye baths.
Formed in 1925, the General Dyestuff Corporation had the rights to sell German dyes made by I.G. Farbenindustrie. The General Dyestuff Corporation merged with the General Aniline & Film Corporation in 1953.
General Aniline & Film Corporation. “Postcard for General Dyestuff Corporation of the General Aniline & Film Corporation with Woman Using Dye Bath.” West Nyack, New York: Inc. Dexter Press, circa 1953. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/fb494960s.
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