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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Wife of the general manager of the dry ice company Mrs. Carl M. Einhart was the inventor of the plant, all thanks to her curiosity over the smoking baby volcanos mired in the gray mud. The plant is located by the Salton Sea, one of the hottest places in America, and churns out product that is chilled at 109 degrees below zero. Mrs. Burritt and Mr. Einhart lean down with the weight of the dry ice, being held up by a pair of forceps. Photograph appears with the article, “Famous Bubbling Mud Pots Become Site of Niland's Busy Dry Ice Plant", Los Angeles Times, 01 June 1936: 12. Text from negative sleeve: 5758 - Out comes a block of dry ice ready for market. Lasting longer and requiring less space, the product is in great demand for shipping. Mrs. Parkman and Manager Einhart shown in picture. 6-12-36 [stamped:] Jun 16 1936 Text from newspaper caption: Out comes a block of dry ice ready for market. Lasting longer and requiring less space, the product is in great demand for shipping. Mrs. Parkman and Manager Einhart shown in picture.
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Industry--California--Niland Machinery Power plants--California--Niland Einhart, Carl, b. 1886 or 87 Burritt, Parkman, (Mrs.)