[Adolphe and Joseph Bournique with group of workers at Standard Glass Works] [picture].

[Adolphe and Joseph Bournique with group of workers at Standard Glass Works] [picture].

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1 photograph : black and white ; 16 x 25 cm
paper ink print single sided
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Range 6, Bay 6, Shelf 7, Adolphe Bournique collection, Box 2, Folder 9
Photograph is mounted on black board; dimensions including board are 26 x 31 cm.
Photograph is of approximately eighty workers, situated in five rows with some sitting, likely taken at the Standard Glass Works in Wellsburg, West Virginia; photograph is taken against brick building. Adolphe Bournique appears in the photograph and it is likely that Joseph Bournique is in it as well. Many of the workers are young boys; some women also appear in the photograph.
"1" penciled in on adhesive affixed to upper right corner of verso.
Notations penciled in on lower left quadrant of verso, though the writing is illegible.
This item is part of the Adolphe Bournique collection. See BIB 78087.
Adolphe Bournique collection
Digitized in-house prior to 2006.
Backing board is heavily stained and torn. Upper left and lower right corners have been torn completely away. Pieces of photograph have been torn away as well.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Shades of glass : gaffer Bournique's journey to Indiana, by Ken Humphrey: 100967, p. 25 and timeline photograph spread on p. [112-113].