Printed advertisement for toxaphene depicts a man waving to a farmer driving a tractor spraying insecticide on cotton fields. This advertisement appeared in the Cotton Gin & Oil Mill Press, Cotton Trade Journal, and Oil Mill Gazetteer.
Originally trademarked by the Hercules Powder Company, Toxaphene was a synthetic organic insecticide toxicant primarily used in agricultural insecticides.
Formed in 1912 as part of an anti-trust settlement with DuPont, the Hercules Powder Company (later Hercules Inc.) initially specialized in the manufacture of explosives and smokeless powders and subsequently diversified its business to encompass a variety of industrial products, including pine and paper chemicals, synthetics, pigments, polymers, and cellulose.
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Hercules Incorporated. “Stop Insect Losses! Use Cotton Poisons the Right Way.” 1951 Hercules Advertisements, 1951. Records of Hercules Incorporated, Volume 1951. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/s7526d26q.
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