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These papers of a stained glass artist are divided into two series:
(1) Business Records, 1903-2004
(2) Personal Papers and Artifacts, 1896-2010
This small collection consists of about 100 color formulas and glass batch recipes ,a brochure with Thiewes's biography and photos of his work in glass, and digital photographs of Thiewes's glass art objects. The photographs are intended to provide references for the color formulas in the collection.
This collection consists of one letter written by George L. Thompson to Lynn B. Rogut in 1975. In the letter he responds to questions received in an earlier letter from Rogut about his background and what influenced his design for Steuben's glass sculpture "Sea Breeze." In conclusion, he asks to see a copy of her finished paper.
This collection includes the research materials, notes, and writings of published author Valentine Van Tassel. The collection is divided into four series:
(1) Publications and Manuscripts, 1948-1955
(2) Research Files, 1930-1989
(3) Photographs, Circa 1940-1970
(4) Miscellaneous, 1943-1961
The collection consists of 12 prints collected by John Clyde Hostetter, director of research and development at Corning Glass Works from 1930 to 1937. The prints appeared in the British Vanity Fair's Men of the Day caricature series. Some of the prints are accompanied by a brief biography of the figure depicted.
The personal papers of archaeologist and ancient / medieval glass scholar Gladys Davidson Weinberg are divided into four series:
(1) Correspondence and Research Files, 1937-2000 (2) Photographs and Sketches, 1951-1991 (3) Miscellaneous Materials, 1948-1995 (4) Journal Articles, 1910-1997
Personal papers of a glass bottle collector and American glass researcher, which include records collected from the Charles Yockel firm of Philadelphia, a manufacturer of glass molds.
The papers are divided into three series:
(1) Photographs, Circa 1920-1940
(2) Correspondence and Subject Files, 1754-1944
(3) Charles Yockel (Firm) Records, 1873-1924
The collected primary source materials assembled by Pyrex collector Dianne M. Williams are arranged into five series:
(1) Advertisements, 1915-1980
(2) Photocopied Advertisements, 1915-1986
(3) Booklets, 1922-1943
(4) Ephemera, 1907-1949
(5) Dianne M. Williams Pyrex Book Manuscript, Circa 2010
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
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
This collection contains material relating to Pyrex. The collection is divided into 3 series:
(1) Presentations, Circa 1990-2008
(2) Design Drawings, Circa 1959
(3) Miscellaneous, Circa 1959-2013
This small collection is composed of a variety of materials about the 1972 Corning flood caused by Hurricane Agnes. It includes photographs, lecture notes, flood recovery plans, clippings, and some correspondence. Researchers should note that the collection also includes a StoryCorps interview from 2009 with Ginny and her husband Jerry Wright in which they discuss the flood. The materials are arranged chronologically.