The Egginton Rich Cut Glass Works, Inc. [sound recording] : interview with Lucy Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen / with Kenneth M. Wilson and Olive Wilson.

Title: 
The Egginton Rich Cut Glass Works, Inc. [sound recording] : interview with Lucy Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen / with Kenneth M. Wilson and Olive Wilson.
Author/Artist: 
Egginton, Lucille, interviewee.
Description: 
2 audio discs (ca. 89 min.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Wilson, Olive, interviewer.
Wilson, Kenneth M., interviewer.
Format of Material: 
Audio
Bib ID: 
91491
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
Egginton Rich Cut Glass Works, Inc. : interview with Lucy Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen
Holdings Note: 
CD Digitized Preservation Copy
Variant Title: 
Interview with Lucy Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen
Notes: 
Lucy Egginton, Susan Egginton Altonen, family members of the owners of the Egginton Rich Cut Glass Works ; Kenneth M. Wilson, Corning Museum of Glass ; Olive Wilson, visiting researcher.
Interview conducted by Kenneth M. Wilson and Olive Wilson, at the Egginton's home on First Street, Corning, New York, 3 Feb. 1972.
Ken Wilson and Olive Wilson interview Lucille Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen, about the Egginton glass firm.
Lucille Egginton and Susan Egginton Altonen, daughters of Walter Egginton. Walter's father Oliver established the O.F. Egginton Company in Corning, New York in 1896.
digitized 20101201 Sax Communications.
digitized 20130601 CMoG Digital file re-created from digitized DVD made by Sax Communications.
For a review of this recording, see, "An interview with the Egginton sisters" by John Kohut, in the April, 2006, issue of Hobstar.
A portion of this interview has also been recorded on side B of Jane Spillman's interview of Floyd Manwarren.
Notes from catalog card: 1 7/8 ips. Mono. Also on tape reel 1 (TC3).
Rakow Library owns audio cassettes and tape reel of this recording.
Event Notes: 
Interview conducted by Kenneth M. Wilson and Olive Wilson, at the Egginton's home on First Street, Corning, New York, 3 Feb. 1972.