National Geographic : 1933 May
) National Geographic Society DYED LEATHER, NOT SILK Newark draws upon domestic and foreign markets for its third most important industry. Some hides, such as the top one in this picture, imported from Germany, contain over ninety square feet of leather. riiay rnotograpns oy .awin L.Wlisnerd FOR BOOKS, SHOES, AUTOS, CHAIRS In the manufacture of high-grade automobile upholstering, Newark leads the world. Its leatherindustry also makes book covers, furniture, pocketbooks, and shoes fromcattle, kangaroo, alligator, and walrus hides.