Gernheim, seine Bedeutung für die Familie Schrader / von Rudolf Schrader.

Gernheim, seine Bedeutung für die Familie Schrader / von Rudolf Schrader.

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Schrader, Rudolf, 1863-1941.
[S.l. : R. Schrader, 1933]
36 leaves ; 29 cm.
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TP854.G3.S375 *
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Rudolf Schrader was the grandnephew of the manufactory's founder, and this account is written based on information from the diaries of his mother, Amelie Elisabeth Clementine Schrader (1833-1909).
Describes the challenges in the development of an early industrial glasshouse that was in operation from 1812-1877 and unsuccessfully reopened in 1892-1893 by Ernst and Wilhelm Rather.
The Gernheim glasshouse was known for its tableware, laboratory glass, bottles and window glass.
Gernheims Entstehung und äussere Geschichte : Allgemeines --
Entstehung und Anfänge --
Der Gründer --
Erste Einrichtung --
Weitere Entwicklung der Fabrik --
Erweiterung des Betriebes --
Leitung und äussere Entwicklung --
Gernheims Eigenart --
Gernheim und unsere Familie --