General files, 1807-1971 (bulk 1917-1965).


E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Advertising Dept. General files, 1807-1971 (bulk 1917-1965).

General files, 1807-1971 (bulk 1917-1965).

The general files of DuPont's Advertising Department describe the company's advertising campaigns at the company-wide level.

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