[Batch book 1914].

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Author/Artist: 
Northwood, Harry, 1860-1919.
Publisher: 
[1914]
Description: 
1 volume (unpaged) ; 16 cm
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
145210
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 6, Bay 4, Shelf 6, Percy J. Beaumont records, Box 1, B10
Notes: 
Batch book.
Maroon notebook with graph-lined paper and hinge at top. Cover, which is detached, has silver stamp "Standard Memorandum". On p. 2 of cover: "1914, Harry Northwood, 310 South Front St., Wheeling, W.Va." Six pages have been cut out. Only next 17 pages have been used.
James Measell stated that this is in Harry Northwood's handwriting, mostly on luna glass.
This item is part of the Percy J. Beaumont records.
Percy J. Beaumont records
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2015.
Contents: 
Good "luna" without oxide alumina, 1/29/14 --
A good opal, but soft, 4/4/14 --
A very good blowing ivory, don't know how it would press, 4/9/14 --
Ivory with silico sodium fluoride, 4/14/14, see broken egg shape proof marked *** --
A white "luna" without kryolite, 4/15/14, with some silico sod. fluoride in place of kryolite; this trial was very good --
May 11th 1914, ivory, very good blowing glass, dense, but bad for pressing --
Luna ivory, fine blowing glass, April 21st/14 & April 23rd/14 --
Silico fluoride sodium trial, May 9th or 10th/14 --
Ivory trial, May 12th/14 from Buckeye batch basis --
"Luna" without cryolite, trial of April 15/14 --
Oct. 5th 1914 new luna without any fluorine or compound containing fluorine --
Sept. 27th 1914, translucent glass without fluorine --
Sept. 28 1914, another much like trial of Sept. 27, came a nice translucent glass but too hard.
Series: 
Glass recipe books