Reports of the American Institute, in the City of New-York on the subject of fairs.

Title: 
Reports of the American Institute, in the City of New-York on the subject of fairs.
Author/Artist: 
American Institute of the City of New York.
Publisher: 
New-York : Printed by J. Seymour, 1829.
Description: 
23 p. ; 22 cm.
Other Authors: 
Haight, Richard R.
Seymour, Jonathan, 1778-1841, printer.
Edition: 
2nd ed.
Bib ID: 
132540
Notes: 
Recommendation that standing committees be formed within the Institute, including a committee on Glass, china, stone, and earthen wares (p. 15-17); gold medal prize awarded to Joseph Bagot for cut glassware (p. 19); "Splendid show of cut and plain glass, from Shirley and Taylor, Jersey Glass Company, and from the Brooklyn Flint Glass Company" (p. 22).
CMGL copy has a plain wrapper.
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"The Committee of the American Institute, appointed to prepare and submit to the Society a detailed account of their first semi-annual fair, held at the Masonic Hall, in the City of New-York, on the 23d, 24th, and 25th days of October, 1828, respectfully report ... "--P. [3].
"Submitted by Richard R. Haight, John Townsend, Jun. Anson Haydn, Ralph Lockwood, and J.A. Sidell, committee"--Wrapper.