Corning Museum of Glass Innovation Center Records
Scope and Contents
This record group includes materials created and collected in the development of The Corning Museum of Glass' Innovation Center, an interactive glass science and technology exhibit. Materials are arranged into two series: Research Files, and Interviews and Biographical Information.
- Record Keeping: 1990-2000
- Corning Museum of Glass (Organization)
Language of Materials
The vast majority of materials are in English however researchers will encounter occassional correspondence in a variety of European languages.
Conditions Governing Access
Innovation Center records are open only to Corning Museum of Glass staff.
Conditions Governing Use
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3.5 Linear Feet (7 Hollinger Boxes)
Processed by Sarah Tronkowski in 2021.
- Corning Museum of Glass Innovation Center Records 1990-2000
- A Guide to the Collection
- In Progress
- Sarah Tronkowski
- September 7, 2021
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description