Union Carbide: The Discovery Company (1939)-2000.
Department of Construction and Design, Annual Report, 1953. Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Company, A Division of Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, September 1, 1954.
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation: Activities and Products of the Important Subsidiaries. Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, 1924.
Union Carbide Corporation History, Olefins: Early Period-1914 through 1950, in three volumes, September 1997 (two copies).
Union Carbide Corporation History: Olefins, Major Expansion Period, 1951-1995, by Wilburn H. Hoffman, November 1999 (three copies).
History of Low-Pressure Polyolefins (and the UNIPOL process) at Union Carbide Corporation, April 1997.
A History of Union Carbide Corporation, 1890-1990, by Robert D. Stief, 1998 (two copies).
Some Personal Reflections About Union Carbide Corporation (two copies).
History of Specialty Polymers and Products in Union Carbide Corporation, by John B. Saunby, May 1999 (two copies).
Union Carbide Corporation History Archives. Introduction and Guide to Archives: General Section Table of Contents, Archive Index Nos. GE-1 and GE-2 (two copies).
Union Carbide Corporation History. Silicones. The Silicones Business at Union Carbide, by Ronald S. Wishart, Jr., and Silicones Technology at Union Carbide, by Bernard Kanner, April 2000 (two copies).
A History of Agricultural Products at Union Carbide Corporation, 1925-1986. Compiled and Edited by Ernest R. Marshall in conjunction with Richard C. Back and Warren J. Woomer, 1996.
Union Carbide Corporation: The Coal Hydrogenation Program and Related Coal Projects. Compiled and Edited by John J. Potter, Jr., October 1995.
The History of Emulsion Polymers at Union Carbide Corporation, by Everitt L. Peterson, May 1996.
Union Carbide History Project: A History of Low-Pressure Polyolefins, by J. J. Smith and J. M. Davison, April 1997.
The History of High Pressure Polyethylene at Union Carbide Corporation, by Charles H. Madge, February 2000.
Union Carbide Corporation History: Ethylene Oxide, Glycol and Derivatives, by John H. Wilson and H. Nelson Baylor, December 1997.
The Bakelite Story: A History of Phenolic Resins and Other Products at Union Carbide Corporation, by Frank Cozzarelli, Esquire, 1998.
The History of Solvents and Intermediates in Chemicals and Plastics at Union Carbide Corporation, by Albert Walker, June 1997.
The History of Vinyls and Plasticizers at Union Carbide Corporation, by Maxwell Sutherland, January 1996.
Union Carbide Corporation History: The Synthetic Rubber Program, Butadiene and Styrene, by Frank M. Branner, January 1996.
Union Carbide Corporation History: Process Engineering in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century, by Ode T. Carlisle, September 1996.
Mellon Institute for Industrial Research: Birthplace of the Petrochemical Industry and Union Carbide's Chemical Divisions, January 1996.
Union Carbide in the Nuclear Field of Endeavor, by Donald B. Trauger, July 1996.
My Carbide Journey, by J. Myron Sturgeon.
Informal Personal Observation on the History of the Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corporation, by J. N. Compton, October 4, 1937 (two copies).
Tables of Physical Properties, Laboratory Manual, Volume 40, 17th Edition, 1960. Development Department, Union Carbide Chemicals Company, South Charleston, West Virginia.
A Marketing Revolution: Early Sales Efforts of Union Carbide Chemicals Company (three copies).
Saturn of Surfel.
Tables of Azeotropes, Laboratory Manual, 1957. Development Department, Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Company, South Charleston, West Virginia.
Table of Contents
J. T. Morehead, Pioneer in American Industry
Chemicals from Hydrocarbon Gases
"Men Who Deserve Fame," The Carbidea, August 1927.
"Chemical Engineering Builds a Synthetic," Chemical & Metallurgical Engineering.
Acceptance Speech of William Felton Barrett, December 11, 1933.
The Manufacture of Fine Chemicals: A Description of the Production Processes Recommended and an Estimate of the Investment Required Operating Costs Obtainable and Anticipated Profit. Research and Development Department, Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, October 1, 1934.
"Works Laboratories Perform Important Functions in Plant Operation," Carbide News, November 1938.
"Research Takes Important Part in Plant Growth," Carbide News, February 1939.
"The Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation's Early Growth," Carbide News, June 1939.
"Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation," from American Chemical Industry-A History, Volume VI, edited by Williams Haynes, 1949.
United States Patents Issued to Dr. G. O. Curme, Jr.
Union Carbide Chemicals Company: Dates of First Sales of Chemicals in Lots of at Least 55 Gallons.
"A Brief Resume of the History of the Institute Plant, Union Carbide Chemicals Company," by G. J. Ratcliffe.
"Mellon Institute: Birthplace of Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation," typescript copy from Carbide News, April 1939.
"A Brief and Sketchy History of the Union Carbide Corporation, and more particularly the Union Carbide Chemicals Company, a Resume of a Talk Prepared for New Technical Employees on the Above Subject," by G. J. Ratcliffe (three copies).
A Marketing Revolution: Early Sales Efforts of Union Carbide Chemicals Company (2 copies). C. W. McConnell to R. D. Stief, October 31, 1995.
Carbide Chemistry, Union Carbide Chemicals Company, by J. M. Janis, June 1, 1962.
Historical Highlights: Union Carbide Corporation.
Union Carbide and West Virginia.
The Story of Union Carbide: A Corporation Based on Technology, by C. O. Strother, August 29, 1972.
Patents issued to James Turner Morehead and James Motley Morehead, November 20, 1973.
Nomination of George Oliver Curme, Jr. For the 1976 National Medal of Science.
A Brief History of Chemistry in the Kanawha Valley, by Franklin Johnston. Kanawha Valley Section, American Chemical Society, October 1977.
Union Carbide and South Charleston: A Great Combination, June 1989.
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation: Activities and Products of the Important Subsidiaries, June 1924.
"The Age of Synthesis in the Kanawha Valley," speech at Chamber of Commerce dinner for outstanding students, circa 1960, by H. Earle Thompson.
"The History of Willson Aluminum Company, Spray, North Carolina, 1891-1896," by Herbert T. Pratt, The Journal of Rockingham County History and Genealogy, June 1992.
"West Virginia," from Memoirs of Elinor M. Perley (Mrs. R. K. Turner), 1982.
"James Turner Morehead and the New South," Rockingham County: A Brief History, by Lindley S. Butler.
"The Carbides and Acetylene Commercially Considered," by T. L. Willson and J. J. Suckert, Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, For the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts, May 1895.
"A Lecture Upon Acetylene," by J. M. Crafts, Science, March 13, 1896.
Butadiene and Styrene for Buna S Synthetic Rubber from Grain Alcohol, 1943.
Carbide Chemistry: Union Carbide Chemicals and Plastics, How They Are Manufactured, 1975.
Compilation of Awards won by Union Carbide technologists and technologies, August 16, 1989.
Ethylene and Its Derivatives: Their Chemical Engineering Genesis and Evolution at Union Carbide Corporation, by Arthur E. Marcinkowsky and George E. Keller, II, June 13, 1980.
Dates of First Sales of Chemicals in Lots of at Least 55 Gallons in the USA by Union Carbide Corp. Between 1922-1960.
"The Cure For a Chemical Giant," reprinted from Business Week, July 14, 1973.
List of Historical Patents by Union Carbide Corporation, compiled by Norman L. Balmer and Al Cozzi, April 20, 1995.
Manual of New Chemicals Processes, compiled by J. M. Sturgeon, June 1960.
Photocopy of letter, Louis Smith to Carbide Recipient of Letter, March 8, 1995.
Miscellaneous Chemicals, by J. N. Wickert, January 18, 1936.
Clayton S. Myers to Richard K. Weber, December 24, 1994.
Abstracts from Union Carbide Corporation's Annual Reports, 1920-1993, R. D. Stief, November 1994.
Union Carbide Corporation Chronologies.
History of the Technical Center, South Charleston, West Virginia: Union Carbide Corporation: Chemicals and Plastics, 50 Years, 1949-1999, by Gary L. Brown, May 1999.
Chronology of Availability of Carbide Products.
Technical Center 50th Anniversary Materials.
Photocopy of blueprints, The Clendenin Gasoline Company, Clendenin, West Virginia. Compressor Building, Electric Power Building, Location Plan.
Extension of Fortune's (September 1941) Relief Drawing of Kanawha Valley Showing The Charleston W. Va. Industrial Area.
The Manufacture of Fine Chemicals.
Physical Properties, Union Carbide Chemicals, 1966 Edition.
Timeline: A Chronology of Significant Events Relating to the History of Union Carbide Corporation, compiled by George H. Daniels, 1998.
Addendum to the Timeline: A Chronology of Significant Events Relating to the History of Union Carbide Corporation, compiled by George H. Daniels, 2001.
Some Career Highlights, by Donald B. Benedict, 1970 (two copies).
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, Reprint of Articles from Fortune, June, July and September 1941, and December 1965.
Correspondence, memorandums, and articles relating to the history of the laser and the role of Union Carbide in its creation.
Fine Chemicals: The Birthplace of Hundreds of New Commercial Synthetic Organic Petrochemicals.
Index of Patents, 1943.
Union Carbide Products and Applications, 1994.
History of the Chlorhydrin Unit, Union Carbide Corporation Chemicals and Plastics, South Charleston, West Virginia, by W. E. Persbacker, February 1, 1972.
Hartsell "Sox" Kinsey Interview.
"Acetylene, The New Illuminant," by V. J. Youmans, Appletons Popular Science Monthly, circa 1895-96.
Interview with Ronald S. Wishart, April 21, 1995.
Union Carbide History: Environment, Safety and Health, by F. Douglas Bess, 1996 (two copies).
Memorandum of Products and Processes Pertaining to Work of Organic Synthesis Fellowship for Attention of Mr. G. C. Furness and Mr. W. F. Barret, by G. O. Curme, Jr., July 16, 1919.
"Calcium Carbide and Acetylene," by George Gilbert Pond, The Pennsylvania State College Bulletin of the Department of Chemistry, 1909.
Union Carbide Corporation Licensing.
Scientific Contributions by Union Carbide Corporation to the Organic Coatings and Plastics Industries.
Union Carbide S & CM Division Division Quality Celebration Day, History Videotape Audio Transcript.
Business Divestitures of Union Carbide.
The Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation's Early Growth, from Carbide News, June 1939.
Advances in Petrochemicals - 40 Years Ago.
Union Carbide's Tarrytown Site and its Research Activities: A Capsule View, A Talk Presented to the Rotary Club of Pleasantville, by William B. Leighton, October 14, 1965.
Union Carbide History, by R. L. Hackman.
Union Carbide Golden Jubilee, Carbide News, 1970.
Reminiscences of the Carbide Industry in Niagara Falls, May 2, 1921.
An American Contemporary: George Oliver Curme, Jr., by Aubrey D. McFadyen, Chemical and Engineering News, n.d.