Formica laminate was invented in 1912 by Daniel J. O’Conor and Herbert A. Faber, while working at Westinghouse. They filed for a patent on it on 1 February 1913.[1][2] They originally conceived it as a substitute for mica used as electrical insulation, made of wrapped woven fabric coated with Bakelite thermosetting resin, then slit lengthwise, flattened, and cured in a press.….Formica(etym.)

evulsion; hoyden ; Edward Dickinson Baker ; korban ; “white telephones” ; Homer Rodeheaver ; baldric ; Coenties Slip; Mountain pine beetle; Battle of Bosworth Field

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