Rectilinear Research Corporation
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Ball-Bartoe
The Ball-Bartoe Aircraft Corporation was a US aerodynamics research firm and aircraft manfuacturer established as a joint venture between Ball Corp and aerodynamicist Otto Bartoe in Boulder, Colorado ...
J. M. Fields
J.M. Fields was a discount department store chain based in Salem, Massachusetts. The chain expanded rapidly in the early 1960s from a regional New England enterprise, opening stores along the entire e...
Norton Villiers Triumph
Norton Villiers Triumph was a British motorcycle manufacturer, formed by the British Government to continue the UK motorcycling industry, but the company eventually failed.
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Downe Communications
Downe Communications was a publishing company founded by Edward Downe, Jr. that produced several popular magazines and provided subscription fulfillment services from 1967 to 1978.Downe was a trained ...
Claridge Records
Claridge Records was an American independent record label, owned by Frank Slay.
Claridge Records was started in 1965 by Slay as a division of River Bottom Enterprises. At that time, it was based i...
Design Research (store)
Design Research or D/R was an innovative retail store founded in 1953 by Ben Thompson in Cambridge, Massachusetts; in the 1970's, under subsequent ownership, it became a chain of a dozen stores across...
Rectilinear Research Corporation
Rectilinear Research Corporation was a manufacturer of quality loudspeakers. The company was formed around 1966 and its principal was Morris I. Wiener (alt. sp. "Weiner") of Plandome Manor, New York....
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Banco Crédito y Ahorro Ponceño
Banco Crédito y Ahorro Ponceño (Ponce Credit and Savings Bank) was the first bank in Ponce, Puerto Rico, and one of the first two native Puerto Rican banks to be established in Puerto Rico. The bank w...
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Turn Style
Turn Style was a chain of discount department stores and was a division of Chicago-based Jewel, the parent company of the Jewel Food Stores supermarket chain. Some mid-western Turn Styles had an Osco ...
Leader Records (UK)
Leader Records was a British folk music record label, started by Bill Leader. Between 1969 and 1978, Leader released many important releases of both traditional and folk revival performers, the latter...
Takoma Records
Takoma Records was a small but influential record label founded by John Fahey in the late 1950s. It was named after Fahey's hometown, the Washington, D.C. suburb of Takoma Park, Maryland.
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Bamble Cellulosefabrikk
Bamble Cellulosefabrikk was a pulp mill in Herre, Bamble, Norway.It was established in 1888. Cellulose expert Henrik Christian Fredrik Størmer was behind the construction. It changed its name to Herre...
World Championship Wrestling (Australia)
World Championship Wrestling was an Australian professional wrestling promotion that ran from 1964 until 1978.
The promotion gained valuable publicity through televising programs through the Nine ...
Mammoth Mart
Mammoth Mart was a discount department store chain, located in the northeastern United States, primarily in the New England area. The chain was founded by Max Coffman in Framingham, Massachusetts in ...
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Anchor Records
Anchor Records was a UK based record label, co-founded by Ian Ralfini and the American Broadcasting Company, which owned ABC Records in the United States, in 1974. ABC Records marketed (distributed) A...
Verlag Theodor Steinkopff
The Verlag Theodor Steinkopff was a German publishing company based in Dresden, Germany, that specialised in medical and scientific books and periodicals.Founded by publisher Theodor Steinkopff on 1 J...
Atomics International
Atomics International was a division of the North American Aviation company (later acquired by the Rockwell International company) which engaged principally in the early development of nuclear technol...
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Energy Technology Engineering Center
The Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC), was a government-owned, contractor-operated complex of industrial facilities located within the 2,850-acre (11.5 km) Santa Susana Field Laboratory...
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Sodium Reactor Experiment
The Sodium Reactor Experiment was a pioneering nuclear power plant built by Atomics International at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory near Simi Valley, California. The reactor operated from 1957 to 1...
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Private Stock Records
Private Stock Records was a record label that operated from 1974 to 1978.The label was founded by Larry Uttal after he was ousted from Bell Records. The label primarily focused on pop music and had n...
Louis Marx and Company
Louis Marx and Company was an American toy manufacturer in business from 1919 to 1978. Its products were often imprinted with the slogan, "One of the many Marx toys, have you all of them?"
The Ma...
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SNAP-10A
SNAP-10A was an experimental nuclear reactor launched into space in 1965. The Systems Nuclear Auxiliary Power Program (SNAP) reactor was developed under the SNAPSHOT program overseen by the U.S. Atomi...
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