Introductions and closing remarks by Dwight P. Lanmon, Director, The Corning Museum of Glass.
Lectures presented to the Fellows of The Corning Museum of Glass, in the spring of 1989. David Whitehouse reflects on the museum's "Glass of the Caesars" exhibition, followed by Susan Detweiler speaking about George Washington's chinaware, and Jane Spillman on George Washington's glassware. Spillman's lecture is given as background information for the exhibition "Dining at the White House".
Speakers, David B. Whitehouse, Susan Detweiler, Jane Shadel Spillman, Dwight P. Lanmon.
digitized 20120424 CMoG Digital file re-created from digitized DVD made by Sax Communications.
Sound is somewhat indistinct, and video is grainy.
Originally filmed on 8mm videocassette, transferred to VHS, now available on DVD.
Glass of the Caesars, so what / David Whitehouse (21 min.) --
[George Washington's chinaware] / Susan Detweiler (41 min.) --
George Washington's glassware /Jane Spillman (30 min.)