"For close to three quarters of a century, Corning has persisted in regarding glass as a fresh and continually surprising material. A few interesting results of this approach are described in the reproduced advertisements in this book. This approach continues to prove its worth, for today more tough problems than ever before are being licked with still-young, versatile glass... Perhaps Corning can solve a problem for you... with glass!"--P. .
Pages bear the logo "Corning means research in glass" in the lower right hand corner.
Date estimated from the ad featuring the lamp chimney mentions sales figures for 1939, and the comment on p. 1 of Corning having been in business for almost 75 years.
Advertisements of several Cornings products in various uses: Pyrex light lenses, insulators, cookware, laboratory glassware, and animal jars; specialty lightbulbs and globes; xray tubes; fire sprinklers; radio tubes; glass boot for "passive vascular exercise"; glass pipes; chip resistant tumblers.
CMGL has additional "Corning means research in glass: ads in the Documents collection, including a copy of the ad "The windows go around and around" featuring Frank Lloyd Wright Johnson Wax building.