[Bank checks, billhead, work sheets, and reports].

Title: 
[Bank checks, billhead, work sheets, and reports].

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Author/Artist: 
Getman Glass Co.
Description: 
21 items : ink on paper ; 2 x 5 - 28 x 22 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142110
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142110
Notes: 
Document 11:4.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Contents: 
Bank checks from Farmers Exchange Bank written to L. Bonneau, dated January 9, 1904. Bank checks from First National Bank of Fulton written to W. Dyer, dated February 1, 1901, and written to L. Bonneau, dated February 12, 1909.
Cutter's weekly reports dated November 17, 1905, and features lists of these blowers, gatherers, flatteners, and cutters: C. W. Morenus, O. M. Morenus, C. Dunn, J. E. Peachin, Ernst Watson, L. Bonneau, F. Best, T. F. Hackett.
Work sheet for double strength glass dated May 21, 1904. Worksheets for single strength glass dated March 12 and December 26, 1906, featuring these blowers, gatherers, flatteners, and cutters: Thomas F. Hackett, Ernest Watson, J. Barton, Leon Bonneau, William Fitzpatrick, and C. Binger.
Typescript by former blower for Getman Glass Co., featuring glass industry flourished in Cleveland, New York.
Glasshouse scrips of Cleveland Glass Works for $.05 and $.50, featuring and illustration of the interior of cylinder glass factory.
Billhead for Cleveland Glass Works featuring C. Getman, manufacturer of all sizes of single and double thick American window glass. Also illustrates cylinder glass factory.
Cleveland Glass Works envelope dated 1890, featuring C. Getman, proprietor; manufacturer of single and double thick American window glass.