Ronald (Chick) Kameak, Albany Billiard Ball Company, Niagara Insulbake Company (plastics division of Albany Billiard Ball Company)
-recollections of John Hyatt, applications of celluloid, billiard ball market and industry, organization of the Society of Plastics Industry.
C.W Vaunt, Bakelite Company, a division of Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation, general sales manager
-milestones in the compression molding industry
George Schribner [Scribner?], Bolton Molding Company; Bolton, New Jersey, president
-molding Bakelite: development of, demands for, and manufacturing processes
R.E. Brannum, Bakelite Corporation, manager of molded material sales
-washing machine agitators, new phenolic molding material applications
Gordon Brown, Bakelite Corporation, vice president and The Society of Plastics Industry (SPI), president
-formation of SPI, use of phenolic materials: phonograph discs, records, aircraft maintenance, development of molders' associations
Sandy Brown, Condensite Company
-development of caps for collapsible tubes
Lionel Canenoff (Canenauve?), Standard Tool Company of Leominster, MA, president and treasurer
-die production in the plastics industry, history of Leominster MA, early use of injection molding machines.
James S. Wilson, Bestway Products Company, Raway, NJ
M+W Company; engineering and development for manufacturing of record industry equipment.
-die production processes,automatic injection machines for record production.
J.G. Swanson, Independent consultant
-Bakelite applications, pencil barrel mold, free-form molding
Unidentified speaker: reading Gordon Brown notes
-cellulose-esther plastics and their applications, injection molding applications, non-solvent method of manufacturing, tenite acetate and its applications.
Donald S. Frederick, PhD, Roman- Hawes Company
Interviewed by John R. Lawrence, editor, Plastics World magazine San Diego, CA, February 22, 1968
-personal education at home and abroad, development and application of acrylics, development and application of Plexiglas.
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[Plastic Pioneers Association Interviews, September 18-20, 1968], Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Tape number x.