Remnants of tape remain on edges of drawing.
Drawing hinged to mat board.
An identical print can be found in Print Box A4, print no. 517, with English captions: Manufacture of glass bottles; this copy was published in Scientific American, v. 29, no. 15, Oct. 9, 1869, p. 1 with subheading The glass works of the departments of the Loire and the Rhone, France.
Sent to photography May 2011 (Photography no. 1000108482) for inclusion in Studio catalog.
Published on cover and on p. 36 of The Studio brochure, Fall 2011/Winter 2012. Faint image of engraving also used as background on p.  of cover-p. .
Dimensions include mat; actual drawing is 25 x 31 cm.
Handcolored engraving depicts scene inside glass factory of men engaged in various stages of bottle making.
"211" -- written in red ink on lower right corner of page.
Printed on double page with two pages of text on verso. Left page of verso, p. "234", is from article entitled Grandes usines and right page of verso, p. "231", is from article entitled Verreries de la Loire et du Rhone. Selections of text of article on p. 231 are underlined in pink pen. These articles were written by Julien Turgan and published in Les grandes usines de France: etudes industrielles en France et à l'étranger, volume 7.
This drawing is located in Print Box B4, print no. 323; "#323, B4" -- penciled in on lower right corner of inner mat board.