GlassFest oral history interview with Thomas S. Buechner III, 2010 May [videorecording].

Title: 
GlassFest oral history interview with Thomas S. Buechner III, 2010 May [videorecording].
Author/Artist: 
Buechner, Thomas S., III, 1954- interviewee.
Published In: 
GlassFest oral history interview with Thomas S. Buechner III. GlassFest Oral History Project.
Publisher: 
2010.
Description: 
1 videocassette (24 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/4 in.
1 videodisc (24 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Hylen, Elizabeth, J. Interviewer.
Corning Museum of Glass. Juliette K. and Leonard S. Rakow Research Library.
Corning's Gaffer District.
GlassFest (1st : 2010 : Corning, N.Y.)
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
116784
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
GlassFest oral history 2010 : Thomas S. Buechner III
Holdings Note: 
DVD
Variant Title: 
Shelving title: GlassFest oral history 2010: Thomas S. Buechner III
Notes: 
One of a series of interviews with individuals offering their own personal accounts and relationship with glass.
Interviewed by Elizabeth Hylen during the first annual GlassFest in Corning, NY, May 27-30, 2010, organized in part by Corning's Gaffer District.
Tom Buechner discusses the influence and support his father, Thomas S. Buechner, Jr. had on him and his relationship with glass. He reminisces about establishing Vitrix studio in 1979, on Market Street in Corning, NY, with his wife, Barbara Langdon, and brother, Matthew Buechner; and how the glass community of Corning made the location for their business an easy decision.
Original held by: The Rakow Library.
Mini DV.
DVD.
Tom Buechner III, glass artist.
Digitized by Sax Communications, August 2010, from master mini-DV.
Two interviews on master video, each has been cataloged separately.
Not commercially distributed.
Event Notes: 
Interviewed by Elizabeth Hylen during the first annual GlassFest in Corning, NY, May 27-30, 2010, organized in part by Corning's Gaffer District.
Contents: 
GlassFest oral history 2010: Thomas Buechner III --
GlassFest oral history 2010: Jerry Kersting.