This item is in the Frederick Carder notebook collection.
Tan leather-bound notebook with alphabetic tabs. Cover is tattered.
Compilation of recipes from other notebooks. Includes aurene, aurene white or calcite, aurene amethyst, aurene yellow, aurene brown, aurene brown special, alabaster, amethyst for flint, amber for flint, golden amber, azulite, blue aurene for casing on au white, pale blue for Haveland..., blue to work with flint, celeste blue, brown for flint, brown for aurene, black for aurene, black, ivory, burmese, citron yellow, 91C for sealing to flint, Crookes 91B light, Crookes 92C dark, new decoloures, etching printing ink for cold process, etching paste, polishing glass, frosting bath, acid for etching steel plates, flint, sextant green, soda flint, quezal green, barium flint, Bo flint, celadon green or au white, dark aurene green to work with au white, light green for vases, etc., olive green, blue green no. 4, medium green, blue green no. 9, green to match emeraldite, ivrene, jade green, nooriweld 39T, opaline, pale yellow opaline, purple from nickel, peacock blue, royal purple, poppy, pomona green, ruby, aurora, ruby aurene, amethyst ruby, rosaline, rose du Barry, Rockingham, selenium ruby, straw opal, soda glass, "torquoise" for flint, topaz for flint, dark topaz for Schmidt, topaz opaline, Tyrian, albatine white, white for marbelite, white for flint, yellow alabaster, yellow alabaster to match dome lights, and mandarin yellow.
There are no entries under the tabs K-M, U-V, Z (no X tab).
Loose materials (22 slips of paper) now housed in a separate folder titled: Notebook: Frederick Carder 1912, Formula glass". Includes notes and sketches for Hudson Motor Car Co. and Packard Motor Car Co., misc. recipes from 1915-1916, numeric keys to ingredient codes, and calculations related to expansion.
Fragile materials. Use the digital or microform copies of the notebooks.
Frederick Carder notebook collection
Notebook digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Loose items digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in August 2010.