Seelig, Fred
October 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;10/8/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 13, p33
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several articles that were published in the periodical "ICIS Chemical Business" 125 years ago. In the October 11, 1882 issue, there was an article on an increase in oil prices, in which it was stated that new oil wells to be drilled in the Bradford and Allegheny fields would bring prices down. In the same issue, New York State Attorney General Robert Abrams warned the state against moving people back into the Love Canal area of Niagara Falls.


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