Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in July 2010.
Includes bar bottles and decanters, funnels, ointment jars, graduates, straw jar and cover, measuring glasses, bitter bottles, stemware, tumblers, jellies, opal novelties, jars, covered animal dishes, tankards, candy scoop, tablet scoop, lantern globes, tobacco and cigar jars, bird fountains, baths, and seed box, chimneys, founts, globes, bean pot, violin string jar, piano insulators, soap dishes, match holders, condiment sets, train engine in crystal, amber, green, or blue, sugar sifters, jugs, egg cups, toothpicks, toy mugs (incl. small fawn mug, p. 122) and Tappan toy set, custards, casters, pickle casters, molasses cans, colognes, crucifix candlesticks, individual salts, "volunteer plate" (p. 115), bowls, nappies, vases, punch bowls, and much more.
Index in front.
Catalog is undated. Suggested dates derived from dates McKee & Bros. was associated with the National Glass Company, 1899 through 1904.
"Red ink shows the move and wages paid in the U.S. factories..."--P. 30, 31.
Some patterns illustrated in color: Vulcan (gold), Union (ruby and gold), Sultan, decorated no. 7 (green, gold, ruby floral designs), Prize (gold or ruby), Majestic (ruby), Geneva (green/gold and yellow glassware with red and green), Eureka (gold and red).
"Prize lamps complete, decoranted no. 25, burnt-in decoration"--P.129. Oil lamps, in color.
Opal novelties, p. 138, illustrated in blue. Includes comb and pin trays, jewel box, puff box, collar box, cuff box, handkerchief box, glove box, cologne bottle, Cinderellla candlestick, and more. The Venetian cologne bottle illustrated on this p. was advertised in the September 7, 1899 issue of Crockery & Glass Journal, sold under McKee & Brothers.