[Photographs and documents pertaining to Leon Swope].

Title: 
[Photographs and documents pertaining to Leon Swope].

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Description: 
18 items : ink on paper ; 6 x 9 - 28 x 22 cm
Other Authors: 
J. Hoare & Co.
Tuthill Cut Glass Company.
Quaker City Cut Glass Co.
Queen City Cut Glass Company.
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
145085
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
145085
Notes: 
Purchase; Leon Swope; 1977
Digitized in-house May 2016.
Some staining and ink bleeding.
Contents: 
[Photograph of exterior of J. Hoare & Co. building with railroad tracks in foreground] --
[Photograph of aproned man with bowtie leaning against table; "engraver named Myers" penciled in, along with additional notations, on verso] --
[Photograph of glass cutter at the wheel; "Mosch Tavern" penciled in, along with additional notations, on verso] --
[Original photograph and copy of Leon Swope at engraving wheel; notations penciled in on verso] --
[Photograph of three rows of men and posing outside J. Hoare & Co.; accompanying document labeled "Jack Hoare Cut Glass Factory" includes names of men in photograph] --
[Memorandum on yellow paper regarding celery jobs] --
[List of places worked at and resided in by Leon Swope] --
[Envelope addressed to Leon Swope in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania stamped December 2, 1913 from J. Hoare & Co.] --
[Envelope addressed to Leon Swope dated October 17, 1917 from Tutill Cut Glass Co.] --
[Small photograph of exterior of J. Hoare & Co. building with railroad tracks in foreground; "J. Hoare & Co. Wellsboro factory" written in blue ink on verso] --
[Recommendation letter for Leon Swope dated May 24, 1906 signed by Quaker City Cut Glass Co. foreman] --
[Recommendation letter for Leon Swope dated March 30, 1905 from Queen City Cut Glass Company] --
[Recommendation letter for Leon Swope dated October 8, 1908 and signed by John Hoare].