National Geographic : 1919 Jul
Iilll lIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII IIlllllllllillllllllIIIIHIIIII Ill Ulllllllllllgll ll llll Nllln lll Ulill ilII IIIH IIIi i Iiii PAINT FOR WALLS S The rich, flat, restful coloring on many walls, unsurpassed for artistic effect, is secured by the use of an oil paint. I The material that gives wall paint its purity of color, its flat finish, its covering power and its wear resistance is Lithopone-a Zinc product. Thus in the beauty and the durability of the surfaces in your home you indirectly benefit from the experience, resources and processes of The New S Jersey Zinc Company whose Zinc Oxide and Lithopone go into the making of the finest grades of interior finishes. In paints, linoleums, brass objects, rubber products of all kinds, porcelain, dyes, medicines, batteries, glass and hundreds of other commodities, this company plays an important part, furnishing manufacturers with Zinc prod ucts of the highest standard of excellence and exactly suited to their needs. THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY, 160 Front Street, New York ESTABLISHED 1848 CHICAGO: Mineral Point Zinc Company, 1111 Marquette Building PITTSBURGH: The New Jersey Zinc Co. (of Pa.), 1439 Oliver Building Manufacturersof Zinc Oxide, Spelter, Spiegeleisen, Lithopone, Sulphuric Acid, Rolled Zinc Strips and Plates, Zinc Dust, Salt Cake and Zinc Chloride The world's standard for Zinc products New Jersey "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"