Almost in the
shadow of New York City, some 15,000 acres of so-called "Jersey meadows" lie virtually barren. For centuries the area has defied any serious inroads by civilization because it is actually a tidal marsh. Plans are now afoot for reclaiming this enormously valuable land. First, dams and dikes must be built, to be followed by a combined industrial and residential park capable of supporting millions of people. No such master plan can take shape without the extra strength and corrosion resistance of stainless and alloy steels ...


What to do with an expensive swamp!   |   Vanadium Corporation of America, 1960
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