National Geographic : 1949 Jul
Newman-Schmidt Studios Pittsburgh's "Mr. Aluminum" Re-enacts a Historic Event Arthur Vining Davis, board chairman of the Aluminum Company of America, shows 60 years later how he poured the first ingot of aluminum when the industry was founded in 1888 (page 130). Mr. Davis, now in his 83d year, was the first employee of the company, now one of the many Mellon interests. Heinz's "57 Varieties" Are Sold inSeveral Languages At Pittsburgh's H. J . HeinzCompany, adietitian displays foods formany lands. Two cans (upper) contain vegetable and chicken soups with Dutch and Spanish labels. Below, beside pears forSpain, areEnglish and Dutch versions of baked beans, Spanish gumbo, and Dutch chicken and green peasoups.