[Batch book, 1907].

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Dandoy, J. J. (John J.)
1 volume (unpaged) ; 15 cm
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Opalescent Glass Works (Kokomo, Ind.)
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Range 6, Bay 6, Shelf 7, Adolphe Bournique collection, Box 1, Folder 8
Batch book.
This item is part of the Adolphe Bournique collection. See BIB 78087.
Dark red notebook containing graph-paper and alphabetical dividers; a piece of masking tape with the number "15" is on the back cover. Only 12 pages from the front and 2 pages from the back have been used.
Dandoy's address written inside cover: Dunbar Kawnawa [i.e. Kanawha] Co,, West Virginia. Contains recipes 209-214 that are part of his Batch books 1904-1909, v. 2.
Adolphe Bournique collection
Page facing "C" tab is dated 17 October 1914 and mentions two accidents. The first indicates JJD and ticket 6901; the second indicates V.R. Dandoy, ticket 6902. On the "C" tab recto is a tally amounting to 43.60, with "car" written next to it. The verso is an account of a trip from Dunbar to Charleston.
Last two pages mentions a ring tank and John Kendale Boyer.
209, 55 brown clear batch, very light color, base batch 82 --
No. 210, 55 brown light opal batch, very light color, base batch 20 only --
No. 211, March 14, 1907, 6429, 34 olive green, base batch no. 1 only, less 5 lbs each of feld & flourspar with the exception of the aresernic & manganese --
Base batch 194, no. 212, made March 26/07, 6507, 26 black purple, very light color --
No. 213, made March 27/07, 6522, 17 green, bluer color med. color, base batches 1 to 9 --
No. 214, April/07, 6609, gold ruby base with common glass --
95 yellow m.f.s.d. light color --
87 green, l. dark color.
Glass recipe books