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This digital collection contains a selection of images primarily dating to the 1960s and 1970s. The trade journal The American Brewer was founded by Adolph Meckert in New York City in 1867 to serve the nation's growing beer brewing industry.
The magazine, which began publication in 1946, featured the company's popular advertising slogan "Better Things for Better Living... This digital collection includes issues of Business Screen Magazine, a publication for industrial filmmakers, from 1938 to 1973.Read more about the collection on the NAM Project News site.1898 items. Within a year of its founding, it was purchased by its writer and editor, the Bohemian immigrant Anton Schwarz, a trained brewer who would go on to establish the United States Brewers’ Academy in 1882. The collection has not been digitized in its entirety.This collection of over 6400 photographs includes images collected by Pierre S. Over 1000 images from the collection show the development of Longwood Gardens. Schwarz, who died in 1895, passed ownership and editorial responsibilities of the journal to his sons, Robert and Frederick. Image: Bethlehem Steel Company, Pennsylvania.1326 items. This digital collection consists of a journal and letter book of Colonel Anne Louis de Tousard (1749-1817).The album promotes the company's Auto-Snak machines which sold milk, fresh salads, sandwiches, hot coffee, pastries, ice cream, hot soup, and soda.The images show close-up views of products such as Pepsi-Cola, Dad's Root Beer, Campbell Soup and others.The majority of the photographs concentrate on the Mid-Atlantic region covering a period from 1924 to 1939 although Dallin did make trips to other locales within the United States.
To learn more about the Dallin Company and the collection, visit our online exhibit A Bird's Eye View of the Delaware Valley: The Photography of the Dallin Aerial Survey Company.
It also includes two photographs of Charles Lindbergh's stop at Du Pont Airport in 1927.
Image: Henry Belin du Pont next to his Buhl-Verville CA-3 Airster, circa 1927.26 items.
This digital collection includes more than 7,800 images from the Dallin Aerial Survey Company collection.
The company specialized in aerial images of factories, private estates, schools, country clubs, towns, airports, rivers, and many other sites and some news events of the day.
Automatic Merchandising Company operated and installed vending machines.