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The DuPont employees in this photograph were part of the company's Lycra production and testing staff. This ca. 1962 photograph shows Jean Craun (foreground) and Florence Clark as testing Lycra fiber as it came off the production line at the company's Waynesboro plant in Virginia.
Photographed for inclusion in the company's magazine, Better Living (where it appeared in this March/April 1962 issue), this image is now part of Hagley Library's DuPont Company Product Information Collection (Accession 1972.371).Read more...
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