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Larry Williams Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0166
Scope and Contents

The Larry Williams Papers consist of materials relating to itinerant glass workers. It includes a small amount of correspondence, clippings and other printed materials, and photographs of glass workers.

This collection consists of three series:

(1) Correspondence, 1956

(2) Printed Materials, 1941-1966

(3) Photographic Prints, Circa 1930-1979

Dates: Circa 1930-1986; Majority of material found within 1940-1970

David Wilson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0210
Scope and Contents

The David Wilson Papers consist predominantly of materials related to projects on which the stained glass artist and designer worked. There are six series in the collection:

(1) Projects, 1965-2018

(2) Photographic Materials, 1965-2007

(3) Professional Materials, 1941-2012

(4) Correspondence, 1975-2014

(5) Miscellaneous, Undated

(6) Digital Project Documentation, 1991-2013

Dates: 1941-2018

Kenneth M. Wilson and Jane Shadel Spillman References to Glass Found in 19th Century Sources

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0213
Scope and Contents This collection consists of index cards containing citations that point to 19th century published sources (newspapers, periodicals, and books). Researchers will also find 18th and 20th century references, including references to The Journal of Glass Studies. Citations are not always complete and may require additional research to verify and locate the cited source. The cards are arranged into two categories: Glass Topics and Glass Companies. Within each category, the cards are...
Dates: Circa 1950-1979

Women's International Glass Workshop Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0216
Scope and Contents The Women's International Glass Workshop Records are arranged by name of member, in the order in which they arrived at the Library. Records include information on the Workshop held in the member's home country, along with examples of personal work. In addition, each member has provided a written statement on how she came to be a part of this group, and what the group has meant to her and her artistic endeavors. Additional contributions from members will continue, and this finding aid will be...
Dates: 1984-2019

World Kitchen, Inc. Media and Design Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0209
Content Description The World Kitchen, Inc. Media and Design Records consists of a wide variety of materials documenting the product design, marketing, sales, manufacture, and advertising of the popular houseware lines Corelle, CorningWare, Crown Corning, Pyrex, and Visions, ranging from their beginnings at Corning Glass Works (hereafter referred to as Corning) to their eventual incorporation into the World Kitchen brand in the 2000s. The collection is divided into eight series:1....
Dates: 1915-2011; Majority of material found within 1970-2006

Frederick J. Wythe Papers on Emhart Corporation

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0172
Scope and Contents The Frederick J. Wythe Papers on Emhart Corporation were collected by Frederick J. Wythe, a research and development engineer at the Hartford-Empire Corporation, which changed its name to Emhart Corporation in 1951. The materials were assembled over the course of his career at the company, which manufactured glass containers and machinery for the glass production industry.The papers consist of five series:(1) Technical Publications, 1944-1978(2)...
Dates: 1925-1982; Majority of material found within 1944-1978

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