Presumably these books were started when Steuben Glass Works began in 1903 and continued somewhat after it was sold to Corning Glass Works in 1918.
Ware numbers are the same as Hawkes ware numbers. Many of the early pages are blank, as we postulate that T.G. Hawkes had set up his numbering system before 1903, and relatively few of these early blanks were made by Steuben.
This microfilm contains the complete pages. An abridgement, constituting an index by shape, is in the book "The Glass of Frederick Carder" by Paul Gardner, p. 323-335. For correspondence laid into these books, see R-802C.
Not a trade catalog, but an internal factory record in four post binders: --
v.1) #1-700, [ca. 1903] with cover title "T.G.H. 1-700". --
v.2) #701-1400, [1903-1912?] with cover title "T.G.H. 701-1400". --
v.3) #1401-1799, [1912?-1916] with cover "T.G.H." --
v.4) #1800-3049, [1916-1921]