J.W. Decamp, of Blackwell Oklahoma, is the inventor and patentee of the glass casket. The American Glass Casket Company is only one of several different glass companies producing glass caskets under Decamp's patent.
P. 3 boasts that the largest glass press in the world was installed in the Ada, Oklahoma plant of the American Glass Casket Company. P. 26-29 advertise additional items produced at their glassware department, including illuminating glassware, tumblers, jars, fish bowls, and rich cut glass.
Received as part of the ACGA archives.
An undated catalog of glass caskets, probably issued in 1921 (p. 8 of catalog is a letter to persons interested in the development of the glass casket, and is dated Dec. 10, 1920; added at the end, is an advertisement for the first adult size DeCamp glass casket, which includes a report on the stockholders meeting held January 3, 1921.
Gift; American Cut Glass Association; 2012; 2000019304
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Displayed in the exhibition titled "Selections from the Rakow Research Library", held at the Rakow Research Library March 19-May 17, 2015.
CMGL has an incomplete, poor quality photocopy of this catalog, NK5440.C67.A51 1921x.