Notebook digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Loose materials digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in August 2010.
Fragile materials. Use the digital or microform copies of the notebooks.
One of the Notebooks of Frederick Carder.
Small brown ledger with black spine has a partially legible label attached to cover: "Important [tests] 1913-14. All in [grains or grams?]. [Spet.?] 1-13, July 3-14."
Only first 70 p. and last 12 p. were used.
Entry 238 "trial for golden yellow" dated Jan. 1919.
Includes recipes for light blue effect, cadmium yellow, tellurium ruby, "opaline t", "boro calc", nickle blue, white glass, soda batch, trials of colors for Bausch & Lomb (erased, but can still make out recipes), barium glasses, electric smoke, opal for glass eyes, gold ruby, gold yellow, common bottle glass, lime flint glass, lead glass, zinc glass, acid for steel, and wax for painting dories.
Loose materials (3 slips of paper) now housed in a separate folder titled: Brown notebook: "Trials made by Cyril, 1913-1914 & some by myself after."