Giant eye one of many miracles in glass wrought by one of America's greatest glass works [advertisement].

Giant eye one of many miracles in glass wrought by one of America's greatest glass works [advertisement].

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Corning Glass Works.
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Advertisement features central image of Corning Glass Works factory floor, with cutaway views of equipment. Additional, smaller images featured including man holding railway signal lantern, holding onto train car; glass nut and bolt; a group of men watching as an electric lightbulb is secured in place; a cartoon illustration of a lightbulb; the blank for the "World's largest eye"; and an airport light. Large image appears in lower right corner of woman holding up a piece of Pyrex ware featured as part of a set. Text is featured throughout.
"Grasp this opportunity to use this wonderful glass in your home" printed in lower right.
"No other oven glassware stood this test!"
"This advertisement will appear in The American Weekly, October 20, 1935" printed at top.
Corning Glass Works archive
Sent to photography January 2015 for possible inclusion in exhibition titled America's Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex on display at the Rakow Library June 6, 2015 to March 17, 2016 (photography no. 1000145294).
Heavy crease marks; some tearing along creases.
Pyrex advertising and trade materials