The Rockwell Museum : June 2000 [videorecording] / [The Rockwell Museum].

The Rockwell Museum : June 2000 [videorecording] / [The Rockwell Museum].
[S.l. : Carder Steuben Club, 2012]
1 videodisc (38 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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With permission from the Rockwell Museum, this video was reproduced (from Bib no. 97785) in 2012 by the Carder Steuben Club, The Rockwell Museum of Western Art retains copyright.
Gift; Carder Steuben Club; 2012; 1000125593
Gift; CMOG Admin; 2012; 1000125662
Avid collectors, Robert and Hertha Rockwell amassed a personal collection of toys, Carder-Steuben glass, and western art and artifacts that would become the foundation for the Rockwell Museum. The purpose of this video is to document The Rockwell Museum's collection of Frederick Carder glass as displayed at the museum, in June 2000 before being moved to Corning Incorporated's Learning Center on Market Street, and to "B" building in Houghton Park, now part of the Corning Museum of Glass. The video focuses greatly on the early Steuben glass collection by Frederick Carder.
Title from opening frame.
Narration at the beginning of this video provides a brief history of the Rockwell Museum in Corning, NY. The tour of the galleries and it's collections is accompanied by background music only.