[Correspondence reagurding John Long and Redwood Glass Works].

Title: 
[Correspondence reagurding John Long and Redwood Glass Works].

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Author/Artist: 
Long, John
Description: 
224 items : ink on paper ; 17 x 11 cm - 28 x 22 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142792
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142792
Notes: 
Dcoument 30:1.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Pages are torn and stained.
Contents: 
Account book from John Long, bought of Lake Dunmore Glass Co., Vermont, 1838. (28 pages. Book lists groceries and household items.). --
Agreement made between the Lake Dunmore Glass Co. and John Long of Burlington, dated December 24, 1834. (Contract sets wages for Long and his son Eli.). --
Letter addressed to John Long from John S. Foster, dated May 13, 1833. Letter concerns the hiring of blowers and a cutter for a glass factory. (Names John Hay at [Keene] and Gerardus VanNess.). --
Typescript by Elizabeth Day Donovan for John Long, glassblower (1796-1841), New York, 1963.
Record book for Redwood Glass Works listing glass blowers and cutters and their output. (170 pages. Lists names of 25 employees, including Henry Campbell, Eli Long. Mentions DeZeng & Co.). --
Letter addressed to Mrs. Daniel Donovan from Harold Hilliard, dated December 15 and 16, 1957, also included are copies of newspaper clippings concerning Redwood Glass Works. (Typescript from Watertown Daily Times, April 10, 1935, and from Syracuse Psot Standard, June 16, 1935. Accompanying carbon copy of Kenneth Wilson's letter to Mrs. Donovan, November 25, 1963.). --
H. B. Asurk, Glass making at Redwood from Watertown Daily Standard, 1922. (Includes excerpts from an article in the Daily Sentinel, Rome, New York, May 7, 1969, concerning glass factories in the area of Peterboro, New York.). --
Ruth M. Schnauber, Redwood glass, Redwood Glass Works 1833-1881.