American Dyestuff Reporter, Volume 17
SAF International, 1928 - Dyes and dyeing
From Aug. 1920-41 includes a monthly technical section "devoted to the use and application of dyestuffs and the mechanical equipment incidental thereto."
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January 9 1928
Accident Rate Lowest in Textile Industry 702
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