National Geographic : 1933 May
(0 INational Geograpnic society A NICE POLKA DOT TIE, SIR? Paterson owes its preeminence as a silk-manufacturing center to the Passaic River, which provides both water power and water chemically suited to silk-dyeing. One is seldom out of hearing of clicking looms in " The Silk City." Finlay Photographs by Edwin L.Wisherd BRIGHTENING THE PANTRY SHELF In this Millville glass factory the operator isdusting mineral paint on each jar by hand. The paintwill later bebaked into the glass. Southern New Jersey's glass industry,using native quartz sand, also makes test tubes, window glass, flasks, and bottles.