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Accession 2739

Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware 19807
askhagley@hagley.org

Michael DiCamillo, 2019.

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Haskell Laboratory for Toxicology and Industrial Medicine records
Dates: 1930-2013
Accession Number: 2739
Creator: E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. Haskell Laboratory for Toxicology and Industrial Medicine
Extent: 5 Linear Feet
Language of Material: English.
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department
Abstract: The Haskell Laboratory was established in 1935 as a Dupont Company research laboratory tasked with identifying potential health risks that could result from DuPont products and processes. DuPont called the laboratory the first of its kind in the United States, and the lab grew to become a respected and influential leader in the fields of occupational safety and toxicology. The records in this collection provide insight into the early motivations for creating the lab. In addition, the various papers, records, and publications document the laboratory's research interests, business operations, and human resources activities.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Gift of Kim Birkmeyer, 2018

Access Restrictions

Employee papers containing private information are subject to a 75-year time seal from the date of their creation.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply.

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Historical Note

The Haskell Laboratory for Toxicology and Industrial Medicine, a DuPont company research laboratory in the occupational safety and toxicology space, was established in 1935 as the Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology. At its inception, the lab's primary focus was to determine potential health risks that could result from DuPont products and processes. In the early 1930s, a significant number of employees in the DuPont Dye Manufacturing Plant in Deepwater, NJ, reported cases of bladder cancer. This health crisis, in addition to several others plaguing the company and its employees, prompted several leading executives within the DuPont organization to propose the creation of a research facility that would test the safety of new products and processes to protect both employees and consumers from adverse effects. In July 1934, the board of directors agreed to create a lab charged with this purpose, and on 22 January 1935, the company formally opened the lab which they named for vice president and member of the board of directors Harry G. Haskell (1870-1951), a staunch advocate for employee safety. In press releases included in this collection, the Dupont company claimed that their new laboratory was the first of its kind in the United States since no other laboratory in the country was dedicated to researching industrial toxicology.

The laboratory's original building had 10,000 square feet of floor space and was located in the DuPont Experimental Station along the Brandywine Creek. However, within a year of the building's dedication, Haskell management began reporting difficulties in the space. Problems ranging from poor lighting and inadequate space to experiment contamination due to vapors from neighboring chemical plants raised the need for a new laboratory. In 1953, the laboratory moved to a new, 38,000 square foot facility in Newark, Delaware. Renovations to this building completed in 1983 increased the space to 163,000 square feet. The expansion of the physical space as well as the growing number of employees which increased from nine people in 1935 to 230 people in 1985, demonstrated the growing significance of the Haskell Laboratory within the DuPont company. In addition, because scientists at the Haskell Laboratory consistently published their findings in prestigious peer-reviewed journals, the laboratory earned an exceptional reputation, and its scientists garnered a great deal of respect in the scientific community. The Haskell laboratory became an influential organization in the development of industry standards, guidelines, and regulations, and the lab's leadership frequently spoke at industry conferences and served as consultants to those interested in toxicology and employee safety.

By the late 20th and early 21st century, the Haskell laboratory had produced findings on a wide-range of occupational safety practices as well as toxicology studies on materials from many industries including textiles, chemicals, agricultural products, and pharmaceuticals. While the lab's primary focus was on testing products and processes for the DuPont company, it also agreed to perform research for organizations outside of DuPont. Corporate restructuring and budgetary concerns often affected how aggressive Haskell pursued external work. When DuPont underwent significant restructuring during the 1990's and early 2000's, Haskell management was particularly interested in maximizing its external revenue streams.

Over the course of its operations, the laboratory underwent a few name changes. Originally named the Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology, the laboratory changed its name to the Haskell Laboratory for Toxicology and Industrial Medicine when it moved to its Newark location in 1953. On 7 June 1983, a consolidation of the Haskell Laboratory and the Stine Laboratory led to the creation of the Stine-Haskell Site. Finally, in 2001, after an announcement that the laboratory would be restructured into a business unit and would more actively solicit external work, the laboratory was renamed the Haskell Laboratory for Health and Environmental Sciences. Despite these name changes, Haskell and DuPont employees referred to the laboratory as simply the Haskell Laboratory. As of 2019, the Haskell Laboratory remains in operation and continues as a research laboratory within the DuPont company.

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Scope and Content

The Dupont Haskell Toxicology Lab records provide insight into the laboratory's founding and purpose, its employees and leadership, its significant milestones, and some of its later aims and goals. The records also speak to the challenges within the professional toxicology research field during its infancy and the evolution that occurred within this field from the middle of the 20th century to the early 21st century.

Written proposals, reports, and correspondence spanning 1930 to 1935 discuss the laboratory's founding and its initial purposes. These materials also document the laboratory's early challenges and its subsequent growth. However, the bulk of the collection focuses on the years between 1953 to 2010 when the laboratory was situated in its Newark location. Published journal articles, transcripts of speeches, and employee papers from this period offer information on the research topics that the laboratory investigated as well as insight into the laboratory's business operations. Company produced histories, newsletters, and other ephemera describe the human resources activities and shed light on people employed at Haskell. The opening of the Wilmington laboratory in 1935, the opening of the Newark laboratory in 1953, and anniversaries in 1978 (25 years in Newark location) and 1985 (50th anniversary of the company's founding) are well-documented. Guest lists for these events are useful for identifying employee names as well as VIPs in the toxicology field.

Finally, business planning materials from the 1990s and early 2000s give insight into the company's later direction and goals. Presentation slides and strategic plans discuss changing corporate structures, evolving business models, and new challenges facing toxicology research.

Aside from one volume of lab reports from 1935-1937, lab books and lab reports as well as detailed financial records are notably absent from the collection. While some presentations, memoranda, and correspondence offer insight into building and running costs, and some published articles and speech transcripts discuss specific research conducted at Haskell, the collection lacks detailed, day-to-day scientific and financial records.

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Arrangement

The records are organized and arranged into five series:

Series I : Records from the Wilmington years - arranged chronologically according to dates of creation

Series II: Records from the Newark years - arranged chronologically according to dates of creation.

Series III: Haskell Laboratory employees - divided into three subseries. Each subseries is arranged by document type or subject and then chronologically.

Series IV: Events, anniversaries and awards - divided into five subseries. Each subseries is arranged chronologically and then by document type or subject.

Series V: Publications and newsletters - divided into two subseries. Each subseries is arranged by document type or title and then chronologically.

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Separated Material

All audio/visual material such as photographs, negatives, and slides was transferred to the Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department with the exception of one mixed binder of documents and photographs which remained with this collection to preserve the binder's context.

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Access Points

Business planning.
Industrial toxicology.
Newark (Del.).
Occupational diseases.
Research, Industrial -- Laboratories.
Research, Industrial.
Strategic planning.
Testing laboratories.
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Records from the Wilmington years, 1930-1953
Scope and Content
This series includes documentation connected to the company's creation including early proposals, business plans, statements of purpose, and correspondence related to the design, staffing, and expected costs of the original Wilmington laboratory. The series also includes correspondence and reports documenting the laboratory's early years--particularly the space and location problems that it faced in the Wilmington laboratory. George H. Gehrmann (1890-1959), Medical Director at E.I du Pont de Nemours & Company and Wolfgang F. von Oettingen (1888-1976), the first director of the Haskell Laboratory are prominent correspondants and authors in this series. Finally, the series includes one bound volume of lab reports titled Toxicology of Hydrazines, Chloroprene, Rhodanates, Thio-Beta-Naphthol, Nitriles, Amides, Naphthalenes, Methyl Methacrylate, Chloro-Benzenes, and Other Compounds: Published and Unpublished Toxicological Investigations Carried Out During the Years 1935 to 1937 in the Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology, Wilmington, Del. By Wilhelm Deichmann-Gruebler Assisted by Sara Wynne and Florenz Mitchel.
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1 1 Early correspondence weighing the merits of creating a biological research and testing department , 1930 July 28-1930 August 11
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1 2 G.H. Gehrmann - "Proposal for Scientific Medical Research," 1933 November 28
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1 3 G.H. Gehrmann - reports on I.G. Plants in Germany and recommendations for the dyestuffs operations, 1933 December 1
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1 4 W.F. von Oettingen - "Plan for a Laboratory of Experimental Toxicology," undated
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1 5 Correspondence, 1934 May 21-1934 October 26
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1 6 W.F. von Oettingen - "The Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology," 1935 July
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1 7 Correspondence, 1935 February 5-1939 February 2
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1 8 Correspondence, 1940 February 29-1950 October 24
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1 9 G.H. Gehrmann - "Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology," 1946 May 10
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1 10 Correspondence, appropriation requests, and building plans for new Haskell Laboratory , 1946 September 30-1953 October 30
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1 11 Withdrawal of coumarin from food uses, 1953 May
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5 1 Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology guest book, 1940 October 31-1951 February 21
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4 21 Toxicology of Hydrazines, Chloroprene, Rhodanates, Thio-Beta-Naphthol, Nitriles, Amides, Naphthalenes, Methyl Methacrylate, Chloro-Benzenes, and Other Compounds: Published and Unpublished Toxicological Investigations Carried Out During the Years 1935 to 1937 in the Haskell Laboratory of Industrial Toxicology, Wilmington, Del. By Wilhelm Deichmann-Gruebler Assisted by Sara Wynne and Florenz Mitchel, 1935-1937
II. Records from the Newark years, 1954-2013
Scope and Content
Company reports, presentations, memoranda, and correspondence in this series document the company's evolving mission and business strategy while at its Newark, Delaware location. Records in this series also provide insight into mergers, consolidations, and corporate restructuring as well as expansions of the laboratory facilities that occurred during these years. Additional items of note include documents pertaining to the laboratory's information storage and retrieval system and a presentation on cardiac sensitization from aerosol sniffing.
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1 12 Report on Haskell Laboratory history, problems, funding, and mandate, 1958 March 24
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1 13 Correspondence, 1958 March 25-1963 February 26
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1 14 Appropriation request for additional laboratory wings , 1965 April 1
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1 15 Documents pertaining to the Haskell Laboratory's information storage and retrieval system, 1963 December 18-1972 January 17
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1 16 Mary Lou Miller - "Haskell Laboratory Multi-Department Information System User's Guide," 1972 March 22-1972 June 2
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OS-1 6 Notes and poster for "Talk on Cardiac Sensitization," 1977 May 20
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1 17 Company humor file - drawings, cartoons, poems, and jokes, 1977-1980, undated
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1 18 John H. Foulger - "Waiting for Something to Turn Up Is not Very Scientific," 1979 September 25
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1 19 Stine and Haskell consolidation announcement, 1983 June 7
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1 20 Proposals and approvals for new chronic studies facility, 1984 June-1984 October
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1 21 "Haskell Laboratory Critical Tasks for 1991," undated
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1 22 "Mission, Strategic Plan, Critical Tasks for 1993," undated
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1 23 Bulletin board postings titled "Haskell Research Review," 1993 March 16-1995 November 30
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1 24 Business and strategic planning presentations on transparency slides, 1994 Janury-1994 October, undated
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1 25 Business and strategic planning presentations and reports, 1994 May-1994 December
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1 26 Organization notices, 1994
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1 27 "Dupont Toxicology Benchmarking Study: Internal Report," 1994 September
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1 28 "Haskell Laboratory Business Plan," 1995 May 31
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1 29 Organization notices, 1995
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1 30 Charles F. Reinhardt - "Re-Engineering DuPont Toxicology into a Leveraged Technology," 1995 September 26
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1 31 Business and strategic planning presentations and reports, 1996
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1 32 Organization notices and memoranda, 1996
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1 33 "Haskell Laboratory Overview for Transition Team : Revenue, Costs, Assets," 1996
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1 34 Invoice from PaperDirect and credit card statement, 1996 January
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1 35 Business and strategic planning presentations and reports, 1997
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1 36 Organizational notices and memoranda, 1997
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1 37 "Haskell's Quarterly Review," 1997 January 16
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1 38 Business and strategic planning reports and memoranda, 1998
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1 39 Organizational notices, 1998
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1 40 "Safety Evaluation of Biotechnology Products at Haskell Laboratory," 1998 May 22
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1 41 Organization overview titled "Dupont Toxicology," circa 1998-1999
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1 42 "Advocacy Activities at Haskell Laboratory," 1999 February
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1 43 Robert W. Rickard - "Haskell Laboratory Current Status and Future Direction," 1999 August 17
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1 44 "Consolidation of Haskell Laboratory and Dupont Pharmaceutical Safety Assessment and Drug Metabolism" - presentation slides, 1999 February
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1 45 Robert W. Rickard - "Emerging Issues Impacting LRI," 1999 September
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1 46 Robert W. Rickard - "Biotech Safety: What's Known and What's Not," 1999 Ocotber 23
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1 47 Business and strategic planning presentations and reports, 2000-2003
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1 48 Organizational notices, 2001
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1 49 Assorted Haskell Laboratory presentations and reports, 2004-2013
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1 50 Assorted corporate reports, correspondence, and memoranda, 1962-1987
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1 51 Assorted corporate reports, correspondence, and memoranda, 1988-1995
III. Haskell Laboratory employees, 1934-1996
Scope and Content
Subseries one contains the employee file for John A. Zapp (1911-1987) who joined the Haskell Laboratory in 1946, became the lab's assistant director in 1948, and served as director of the laboratory from 1952 until his retirement in 1976. Of interest in his file are biographical sketches, applications to professional organizations, bibliographies, and publications. Among his publications is a 1955 article that discusses the safety of Teflon. A transcript of an oral history he provided in 1986 explores Haskell Laboratory history and the toxicology field in general.
Subseries two contains the employee file of Henry Sherman (1917-1988) who began working at the Haskell Laboratory in 1957 and remained until his retirement in 1981. Sherman was a research associate in toxicology, and his employee file contains his resume, a bibliography of his publications, and some of his scholarly work.
Subseries three provides information about some Haskell Laboratory employees through lists of names (often with addresses), resumes, news clippings and organization charts. Unfortunately, only a fraction of former Haskell Laboratory employees are represented in these materials.
A. John A. Zapp employee file, 1955-1987
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2 1 Biographical sketches, 1962-1981
2 2 Applications to professional organizations and submissions to biographical directories, 1968-1976
2 3 Bibliography and copies of published articles, 1955-1979
2 4 "Interview with John A. Zapp Jr., April 17th, 1986,"
2 5 Obituaries, memorial articles, and condolence letters, 1987 April 6-1987 July 31
B. Henry Sherman employee file, 1977-1988
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2 6 Henry Sherman employee file, 1977-1988
C. Additional Haskell Laboratory employee information, 1934-2007
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2 7 "Original 9 employees of Haskell Laboratory," undated
2 8 "Terminated Employees 1934 through 1958,"
2 9 Employee address list, 1969 November 19
2 10 Employee resumes and other biographical information; Baetjer, Anna M.; Blough, Fred E.; Burger, Ronald J.; Deichmann, William; Emery, Mike; Giever, Paul M.; Harrison, Lynne B.; Hatch, Theodore F.; MacLachlan, Alexander; Stopps, Gordon James; Weisburger, John H.; Johnson, Paul R.
2 11 Employee resumes and other biographical information; Dixon, Stephen Wayne; Lewis, Ruth Rosamond; Olguin, Jorge Camacho; Sherman, Henry; Trochimowicz, Henry; Weill, Hans
2 12 Job descriptions for director positions, 1981, 1990
2 13 Organizational charts, 1993-1997, 2002, 2007
2 14 Stine-Haskell Handbook for Employees and Experimental Station Handbook for Employees , circa 1983
Employee photographs, 2010; The bulk of the employee photographs represent various Haskell teams/departments circa 1990. In addition, there is one photograph from circa 1935 showing the original nine Haskell Laboratory employees (copies of this photograph exist in the collection) and a photograph showing the Haskell staff from circa 1960 when John A. Zapp (front row, center) was director of the laboratory.
IV. Events, anniversaries, and awards, 1935-2010
Scope and Content
Materials connected to the company's commemorative and celebratory events such as new laboratory dedications and company anniversaries are included in this series. The booklets, speeches, press releases, and other materials in this series are rich in company history. The laboratory's beginnings, its growth, its struggles, and its leadership are well-documented. In addition, invitations and guest lists provide employees' names as well as names of significant people outside of the company who were important to the early study of industrial medicine and toxicology. Finally, receipts from these events provide pricing and budget information for corporate spending on celebratory and good-will events.
A. Wilmington laboratory dedication, 1935
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2 15 Summaries of public addresses, 1935 January 22
2 16 Press releases and public relations correspondence, 1935 January-1935 February
2 17 Laboratory floor plans, 1935
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OS-1 1 Newspaper clippings, 1935 January 22-1935 January 23
B. Newark laboratory dedication, 1953-1954
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2 18 Pre-dedication correspondence, 1953 March 2-1954 March 25
2 19 Invitation, program, press releases, and public addresses, 1954
2 20 Commemorative booklet with correspondence and drafts, 1953 May-1954 March
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MD-97 Proofs for commemorative booklet, 1954
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2 21 Copies of reimbursement checks and Hotel Dupont receipts for out-of-town guests, 1954 March-1954 July
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OS-1 3 Budget and expense ledger sheet, 1954 March-1954 July
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2 22 Expense reports, purchase orders, and receipts, 1954 March-1954 September
2 23 Thank you notes and other correspondence, 1954 March 30-1954 July 28
2 24 Newspaper and other media clippings, 1953-1954
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OS-1 2 Oversized newspaper copies, 1954 March 29-1954 March 30
C. Open house events, 1970, 1983-1984
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2 25 Haskell open house, planning and promotional materials , 1970 May-1970 June
2 26 Other open houses, planning materials, 1983-1984
D. Anniversaries, 1977-2010
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2 27 25th site anniversary, meeting minutes, 1977 November 23-1978 April 14
2 28 25th site anniversary, planning materials , 1978 January-1978 May
2 29 25th site anniversary, commemorative cookbook, 1978
2 30 50th anniversary, proposals and planning materials, 1984 August-1985 December
2 31 50th anniversary, planning materials for commemorative Haskell Gazette publication, 1984 November-1985 May
2 32 50th anniversary, complete set of six commemorative Haskell Gazette issues, 1985-1986
2 33 50th anniversary, planning materials and speeches for employee dinner, 1984 December-1985 April
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3 1 50th anniversary, planning materials for laboratory open house (1 of 2), 1985 February-1985 March
3 2 50th anniversary, planning materials for laboratory open house (2 of 2), 1984 October-1985 May
3 3 50th anniversary, planning materials and correspondence pertaining to retrospective history titled 50 Years of Research and Service, 1984 August-1985 November
3 4 50th anniversary, research materials used during the writing of 50 Years of Research and Service, 1934-1984
3 5 50th anniversary, manuscript drafts of 50 Years of Research and Service , 1984 November-1985 January
3 6 50th anniversary, final manuscript of 50 Years of Research and Service, 1985 February 26
3 7 50th anniversary, review of 50 Years of Research and Service in Veterinary and Human Toxicology journal, 1986 February
3 8 50th anniversary, publications covering the 50th anniversary , 1985
3 9 25 Years of Service dinner, list of invitees, 1987 March 31
3 10 65th anniversary, presentation, circa 2000
3 11 Stine-Haskell Research Center 50th site anniversary, invitation and commemorative booklet , 2002-2003
3 12 70th anniversary, presentation, 2005 March 31
3 13 75th anniversary, presentation and commemorative materials, 2010 October 18
E. Awards, 1963, 1994-1996
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3 14 Board of Directors' Award, 1963 April 11
3 15 Director's Award, nomination forms and program booklets, 1994-1996
3 16 Director's Award recipient plaques, 1994-1995
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OS-1 4 Director's Award, trophy design and Pynn Corporation brochure , 1995-1996
V. Publications and newsletters, 1933-2013, some undated
Scope and Content
Haskell's self-created publications and newsletters as well as Dupont's corporate publications and other published material are included in this series.
Subseries A contains the Haskell created materials and includes promotional brochures, human resources newsletters, and a three volume scrapbook focused on the lab's history and its leadership. These scrapbooks were originally in binders but were rehoused into corresponding folders with the original order and accompanying photographs retained. The scrapbooks provide a starting point for researchers seeking a general overview of the laboratory's functions and leadership.
Subseries B contains the Dupont corporate publications and other published materials. Some of the publications contain articles about the Haskell Laboratory, but others do not address anything Haskell specific.
A. Haskell Laboratory publications and newsletters , 1933-2013, some undated
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3 17 Contents from internally created binder titled "Haskell History: 1930's to 1980's" (1 of 3)
3 18 Contents from internally created binder titled "Haskell History: 1930's to 1980's" (2 of 3)
3 19 Contents from internally created binder titled "Haskell History: 1930's to 1980's" (3 of 3)
3 20 Contents from internally created binder titled "Haskell History: 1990's and Beyond,"
3 21 Contents from internally created binder titled "HGC History: Misc Pictures and Articles" (1 of 3), 1954-circa 2000
3 22 Contents from internally created binder titled "HGC History: Misc Pictures and Articles" (2 of 3), 1954-circa 2000
3 23 Contents from internally created binder titled "HGC History: Misc Pictures and Articles" (3 of 3), 1954-circa 2000
3 24 Assorted histories of Haskell Laboratory and Dupont Experimental Station, 1989-2005, some undated
3 25 Haskell Laboratory Industrial Toxicology course, circa 1978
3 26 Haskell Laboratory promotional brochures, 1977-2000, some undated
3 27 Prismatic Stone, employee newsletter, 1984 August-1991 March
3 28 Prismatic Stone, employee newsletter, 1991 June-1993 April
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4 1 Haskell Happenings, employee newsletter, 1996 January-1997 December
B. Other publications and newsletters, 1935-2002
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4 2 Assorted Dupont publications with Haskell Laboratory articles (1 of 2), 1935-2002
4 3 Assorted Dupont publications with Haskell Laboratory articles (2 of 2) , 1954-1986
4 4 Occupational Hazards (trade magazine with cover story on DuPont's occupational health program), 1984 April
4 5 Dupont Magazine, assorted issues, 1976 May/June-1977 March/April
4 6 Dupont Magazine, assorted issues, 1977 May June-1985 January/February
4 7 Dupont Magazine, assorted issues, 1985 March/April-1986 July/August
4 8 Dupont Magazine, assorted issues, 1988 March/April-1993 July/August
4 9 Dupont News, assorted issues, 1975 November-1985 April
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OS-1 5 May Times, single issue, 1969 November 28
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4 10 Assorted Dupont publications (1 of 2), 1957-1992
4 11 Assorted Dupont publications (2 of 2), 1980-1995
4 12 Assorted Dupont human resources publications, 1977-1993
4 13 Assorted Dupont corporate environmental responsibility publications, 1981-1993
4 14 Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Day of Celebration, program booklets, 1993-1995
4 15 Dupont Lavoisier Medal for Technical Achievement, program booklets, 1992, 1995
4 16 "Dupont Marketing Excellence," program booklet, 1993 May 5
4 17 Dupont annual reports, 1991-1992
4 18 Assorted Dupont marketing brochures, 1993-2002, some undated
4 19 Remington catalogs, 1989-1992
4 20 Assorted government and popular publications, 1977-1993