|提及的人：||Charles Addams; Lyndon B Johnson; Philip Johnson; Peter Schlumbohm; Bess Wallace Truman|
|語言註釋：||Some items in German and French.|
|描述：||2 linear ft.|
The scrapbooks contain correspondence, news clippings, magazine articles, brochures, advertisements and photographs dealing with Schlumbohm's activities and products. The great majority of the pieces deal with the Chemex coffee maker, including rejection letters from companies that Schlumbohm tried to interest in manufacturing it, letters of endorsement from cartoonist Charles Addams, Lyndon Johnson, and Bess Truman, gift catalogs that included the Chemex, and photographs of the Chemex in the famous 1959 American kitchen exhibit in Moscow, scene of the "kitchen debate" between Nixon and Khrushchev.
Other products include the Chemobile, a radically simplified boxy compact car that was the antithesis of the low-slung, voluptuous American cars of the period, the "Mixarium" cocktail shaker, the "Fahrenheitor" wine or beer-bottle cooler, the "Pre-vue" color-correcting mirror, a German water pump, and mobile refrigeration units. There is also material dealing with Schlumbohm's work with dry ice, correspondence relating to Schlumbohm's patents, and candid photos of Schlumbohm and his friends.
- Addams, Charles, -- 1912-1988.
- Johnson, Lyndon B. -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973.
- Johnson, Philip, -- 1906-2005.
- Schlumbohm, Peter, -- 1896-1962.
- Truman, Bess Wallace.
- American National Exhibition -- (1959 : -- Moscow, Russia).
- Chemex Corporation.
- Mixarium Company.
- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
- Chemobile automobile.
- Cocktail shakers.
- Coffee makers.
- Industrial design.
- Dry ice.
- Pumping machinery.
- Refrigeration and refrigeration machinery.
- Wine coolers.