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Joslin, Charles B.

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: Nineteenth century (actice)

Charles B. Joslin was an American glass and ceramics worker who found employment in several factories in New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont between 1832 and 1843. Documentation indicates that Joslin blew glass cylinders, filled the "sand oven," kept watch over the furnace, and performed other duties at Redwood Glassworks (Jamesville, New York), New Hampshire Glass Factory (Keene, New Hampshire), Lake Dunmore Glass Company (Salisbury, Vermont), and Mount Morris Glass Factory (Mount Morris, New York). He also engaged in "clay work" while residing in Mount Morris.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Charles B. Joslin Journal and Account Book

 Collection — Box: 01
Identifier: MS-0220
Scope and Contents The Charles B. Joslin Journal and Account Book consists of one volume that intermittently documents Joslin’s travels, work, purchases, and accounts payable and receivable. Of primary interest to glass researchers are his notes about his work in various glass factories, including Redwood Glassworks (Jamesville, New York), New Hampshire Glass Factory (Keene, New Hampshire), Lake Dunmore Glass Company (Salisbury, Vermont), and Mount Morris Glass Factory (Mount Morris, New York), some of which...
Dates: 1832-1961; Majority of material found within 1832-1843