[Batch book 1915-1918].

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Author/Artist: 
Northwood, Harry, 1860-1919.
Publisher: 
[1915-1918]
Description: 
181 pages ; 20 cm
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
145206
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 6, Bay 4, Shelf 6, Percy J. Beaumont records, Box 1, B9
Variant Title: 
Cash
Notes: 
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.
Contents: 
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.
Series: 
Glass recipe books