This fundraising appeal from the National Plastics Center and Museum aims to raise money for renovating a building in Leominster, Massachusetts to use as a museum, with exhibition galleries and conference rooms. This video argues that negative public opinion about plastics are hindering the industry, and positions the NPCM as an institution that will work to change those opinions by showcasing examples of how plastics improve human lives. People appearing in this video include: Richard "Dick" Flannagan, President of the NPCM; Charles "Chuck" O'Connell, President of the Society of the Plastics Industry; Jack Doyle, Corporate Business Director of Plastics Division of Rohm and Haas; William L. Jackson, Chairman of Tupperware Worldwide; and architect Thomas J. Wong.
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Gift of Jeffrey Sturchio
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National Plastics Center and Museum. “National Plastics Center and Museum Fundraising Video.” Vhs, n.d. Science History Institute VHS Collection, Box 7. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/psrh12y.
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