Eighth issue from the twenty-fifth volume of Dyestuffs, a journal publication from the National Aniline Division of the Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation issued on a monthly to quarterly basis from 1898 to 1964 (suspended briefly from 1916 to 1917).
The journal contains reprints of select articles from periodicals in the dyeing and textile fields. This issue contains articles such as National Dyes for Padding, Dyeing of Viscose Silks, Cotton Specks in Woven Fabrics by Louis J. Matos, Some Faults in Cotton Piece Dyeing from The Textile Recorder, Carbonizing Piece-Goods from The Wool Record and Textile World, The Modern Dyehouse in a Tannery, and Solutions of Dyes in the Tannery. This issue includes black and white printed illustrations.
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation (later Allied Corporation, AlliedSignal Inc., and extant today as Honeywell, Inc.), formed in 1920 as an amalgamation of five chemical companies including the National Aniline & Chemical Company (founded 1917), Semet-Solvay Company (founded 1895), and the Solvay Process Company (founded 1881).
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Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. National Aniline Division. “Dyestuffs, Volume 25 Number 8.” Dyestuffs. New York, New York, August 1924. 026D002. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/psb1mng.
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