First item on the tape is the last question to the previous speaker, Frank Fenton (Tape 5).
Last item on tape is the introduction to Robert Truitt's lecture (Tape 7).
In his lecture, James Measell indicates that glass made by Harry Northwood during the period 1901-1925 was primarily decorated art glass. He touches on purple slag, Carnelian, opalescent, verre d'or, goofus, carnival and stretch, lighting fixtures, luna, rainbow, and rosita amber. A question and answer session follows.
Filmed during the annual Seminar on Glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, in Corning, NY, October 16, 1992.
Jane Spillman, Curator of American Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass ; James Measell, Associate Professor, Department of Communication, Wayne State University.
Introduction provided by Jane Spillman.
For more information on this lecture, use: "Harry Northwood, the Wheeling years, 1901-1925, by William Heacock, James Measell, Berry Wiggins (NK5112.9.N8.H43w).