Records, 1916-1965.


E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Advertising Dept. Exhibits, Motion Picture and Art Division. Records, 1916-1965.

Records, 1916-1965.

The records document the activities of the Exhibits, Motion Picture and Art Division of the Du Pont Company's Advertising Dept. In addition to managing the permanent display spaces at Atlantic City and Wilmington, the division produced a wide range of exhibits from world's fairs to small trade shows, along with industrial films aimed at both the industrial buyer and the general public.

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