[Batch book 1915-1918].

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Northwood, Harry, 1860-1919.
181 pages ; 20 cm
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Range 6, Bay 4, Shelf 6, Percy J. Beaumont records, Box 1, B9
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Batch book.
Green cash receipt book. Only pages 3-11 have been used. There are 6 loose sheets of recipes inserted; 1 inside the front cover, the rest between p. 182-183.
James Measell stated that these are in Harry Northwood's handwriting, mostly on luna glass between 1913-1916, probably transcribed from other notebooks.
"Started entries in this book November 4th 1915"--P. 3.
This item is part of the Percy J. Beaumont records.
Percy J. Beaumont records
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2015.
From John Northwood Jr., trial Nov. 4, Opal for lining --
Opalescent with 600 lbs soda base ; Nov. 27/15 Opalescent for casing with ruby --
A very white "luna" alabaster, trial of March 7th 1913 --
Nov. 27th 1915, Casing white, a very smooth beautiful white --
Luna, *** very good --
Luna with sfs (almost same as page 9) --
Luna with SFS, the very smoothest, whitest & best --
Luna, April 1916, excellent ***.
Laid in: British patent #983, 1866 J.H. Johnson ; #3727, Kempner, 1878, Sep. 20th, British Patent Abridgements ; Class 56. Glass, 1855-76, Class 56 Glass, 1877-1900 --
Opal, gave to Jim by phone Dec. 19th 1918 --
Nov. 19 1915 trial --
Jan. 21st/16 filled luna pots with... --
Lepidolite --
Feby 5th 1915 for the 7th.
Glass recipe books