Research & Collections News
November 22, 2022
Charting the Future: DuPont’s Post War Planning Division and Statistical Graphics
In the early 1940s, while the world was still deeply embroiled in WWII, DuPont established a Post War Planning Division that sought to prepare the company for the war’s eventual conclusion. Peacetime would inevitably alter the landscape of industrial production in the U.S.
November 21, 2022
Brunner Island: An Electric Venue on the Susquehanna
As an archival intern for the Hagley Museum & Library, I recently processed part of the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company collection. This exciting project included photographs documenting the company’s electrical transmission operations within Pennsylvania.
October 28, 2022
Finding Laminated Documents in Archives (Part I)
When event venues and restaurants invited guests back following COVID lockdowns, some places requested proof of COVID vaccination status. You might have heard the advice to laminate your COVID vaccination card if you kept it in a wallet.