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Corning Museum of Glass Artifacts

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG20
Scope and Contents This collection consists of museum-related objects given to the archives by various museum departments and external donors.
Dates: 1951-2002

Corning Museum of Glass Collections Management Department

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG19
Scope and Contents This record group contains documentation regarding the museum's exhibitions.
Dates: 1958-

Corning Museum of Glass Education Department

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG10
Scope and Contents Records of the department charged with the interpretation of museum collections to visitors. Includes documentation of the docent and volunteer program, the Junior Curators Program, the Student Art Show, and other interpretive initiatives carried out by the Corning Museum of Glass.
Dates: Circa 1951-2017

Corning Museum of Glass Innovation Center

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG22
Scope and Contents This record group includes materials created and collected in the development of The Corning Museum's of Glass Innovation Center, an interactive glass science and technology exhibit.
Dates: Circa 1990-1999

Corning Museum of Glass New Glass Review

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG21
Scope and Contents These records document the Corning Museum of Glass annual print exhibition of contemporary glass art and design, _New Glass Review_, and its predecessor microfiche publication, _Contemporary Glass_. There are three record series:

1. Contemporary Glass Records, 1976-1979

2. New Glass Review Records, 1980-2015

3. New Glass Review Images, 1976-2006
Dates: 1976-2015

Corning Museum of Glass Studio

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG18
Dates: 1996-2000

External Media about the Corning Museum of Glass

 Record Group
Identifier: CMOG-RG04
Dates: 1951-2017

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