An almost bare Chemical laboratory has several doorways leading to other rooms. Along one section of the wall is a free standing exhibit entitled at the top: ""Chemistry and Engineering at work."" Along the bottom are the words, "" DuPont better…
Robert M. Bethea is making a presentation before an equation filled blackboard. He is surrounded by five seated faculty members, including Lawrence Burkhart, Thomas Wheelock, R. W. Fahien, George Burnett and Maurice Larson.
The researcher on the right is standing in front of the Link-Belt Roto Louvre Dryer used in sulphate fertilizer research in the West Chemical Engineering Building. The researcher on the left is standing in front of the control equipment taking notes.
Dr. Duane Isely is working with three women from the Kansas State Seed Laboratory, Topeka, Kansas. Sitting left to right (excluding the two girls looking downward at the back): Mrs. Veda Phillips, Mrs. Leota Sprang, and Mrs. Stella Cailteux.