|"Colourful Times"(1863-1882), Bayer Review, March 1988, p. 6-7.
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|"Evidence of Bayer's Dyestuffs
Beginnings Found in New England",
Mobay News, December 1990, p. 1-2
|Diamond Dyes Display Cabinets 1910-1915, 31x22x9 Inches. Tin Lithograph Inserts.
Wells & Richardson Co., Burlington, VT
|Atlas Colors 5 Lb. Tin for Certified Food Dyes of H. Kohnstamm & Co.
Photo: Courtesy of E. Josephson
|American Aniline display box of various products colored with Amanil dyes. The inside of the box shows the dyeing
recipe for the products. Photos: Courtesy of Gary Mock. Click to enlarge.
|Vintage Putnam Dyes Tin Sign
Photo Credit: Robert Putnam (Photo by Joe Cameron)
|Left: Geigy Dye Swatch Books, ca. 1930s-1950s, Illustrate a Vast Range of Dyes for Textiles.
Right: Geigy Carpet Dye Sample Box, ca. 1950, Displays Shades for Woo/Nylon Carpets. Photograph by
Gregory Tobias, Courtesy of Chemical Heritage Foundation Collections, Philadelphia, PA. Click to Enlarge.
|Standard Ultramarine Co. Ink Blotter. Art by Charles Twelvetrees
|Early Chromolithoed Dye Labels
Photos Courtesy of Dave Lewis
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