Ann Gilbert McDonald collection.

Title: 
Ann Gilbert McDonald collection.

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Author/Artist: 
McDonald, Ann Gilbert.
Description: 
5 boxes.
Format of Material: 
Archives
Bib ID: 
143631
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 14, Bay 1, Shelf 4, Box 1-4
Notes: 
Archive.
One folder that includes six black and white photographs of fairy lamps, articles and photocopies of catalog pages.
Collection includes archival material (including lighting research, photos, files, etc.) in addition to some magazines and an auction catalog (BIB 113032).
Correspondence between Ann Gilbert McDonald and the following: Westmoreland Glass Company, Corning Museum of Glass, Everett R. Miller, J. Roads (US Glass, Rabbit lamp), Jean Fugina. All correspondence pertaining to lamps and the research of lamps (BIB 104338).
Contents: 
Catherine Thuro to Ann McDonald correspondence "This correspondence file, letters from Catherine M.V. Thuro to Ann Gilbert McDonald. Release to the public after the death of Catherine Thuro." [signed] Ann McDonald, Oct. 8, 2006 --
Correspondence Ruth Smith to Ann G. McDonald --
T. Robert Anthony to AGM (Robert Tobias to Ann McDonald) (BIB 96188).
2012 addition to her grandmother Hester W. Gilbert's documents: Lecture on Gallé glass by William Hewitt, November 12, 1941 at a meeting of the National Early American Glass Club --
Hester's visit to Corning Glass Center, February 29, 1952, her description in pencil --
Postcards, pictures, maps & brochures of the Corning Glass Center, 1952 --
The Ravenscroft goblet brochure --
Hitchcock chairs, 1933 pamphlet published by Yale University Press --
Enos manual of old pattern glass pamphlet --
Article "Glass revival, Venice regains by gone glory" --
Article on baby buggies, "Giving the Heir the air".
2014 addition of research materials on the fake miniature student lamps --
Conversations and letters --
"Student lamps: old or new? How do you tell?" by Ann Gilbert McDonald from The Antique Trader (May 4, 1994) --
Four photographs (Old Lincoln lamp and fake sleigh lamp); Duncan & Miller's #40 "Swirl": the Depression era / by Fred Bickenheuser: paper clipped photocopies with annotations (pp. 12, 104, 102, 66, 104, 73, 63, 103); Cambridge & Fenton glass: photocopied pages 46-60.