CHF’s corporate collections document the business practices of such chemical giants, including:
- Aldrich Chemical Company
- Commercial Solvents Corporation
- Crompton & Knowles Corporation
- Dow Chemical Company
- Perkin Elmer Corporation
- Union Carbide Corporation
- Rohm and Haas Company
Includes corporate records and catalogs of the Aldrich Chemical Company, later known as the Sigma-Aldrich Corporation.
Includes development files and schematics related to the MS-9 mass spectrometer.
Includes correspondence, business records, and reports related to Commercial Solvent Corporation’s Research and Development Department and pertaining extensively to nitroparaffin production for military explosives.
Includes working papers related to the takeover of Althouse Chemical Company and Bates Chemical Company by the Crompton & Knowles Corporation.
Includes correspondence, publications, oral histories, advertisements, artifacts, awards, reports, research notebooks, and photographs related to the Dow Chemical Company employees, products, buildings, and grounds.
Includes project designs, operating data, technical manuals, articles, and marketing material about Monsanto’s FLOWTRAN System.
Includes bound volumes of dye sample cards for various fabrics, including silk, cotton, linen, paper, rayon, wool, and suede.
Includes Bernard Polak’s working papers pertaining to the physical compounding of perfumes and scents.
Includes correspondence, memos, bylaws, minutes, financial data, annual reports, news clippings, photographs, advertisements, organizational charts, and patent files relating to the history of the Rohm and Haas Company.
Includes microfilm copies of technical documents, patents, reports, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Includes correspondence and business records related to the business interests of Cornelius and Alexander Tiers, Herman Frasch, and Franklin Rockefeller in a sulfur-mining business.