[Group of workers from unknown glass factory] [picture].

[Group of workers from unknown glass factory] [picture].

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1 photograph : black and white ; 16 x 21 cm
paper ink print single sided
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Range 6, Bay 6, Shelf 7, Adolphe Bournique collection, Box 2, Folder 9
Photograph is mounted on brown board; dimensions including board are 21 x 26 cm.
Photograph is of approximately ninety workers, situated in seven rows with some sitting or squatting on ground, at an unknown glass factory; over half of the workers are young boys. It is possible this photograph is of workers at Standard Glass Works, Marietta Glass Works, Century Glass Co., Chicago Flint & Lime Glass, Kokomo Opalescent Glass, or Bournique Glass Co.
"3" penciled in on adhesive affixed to upper right corner of verso.
This item is part of the Adolphe Bournique collection. See BIB 78087.
Adolphe Bournique collection
Digitized in-house prior to 2006.
Backing board is heavily stained and torn.
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Published in Shades of glass : gaffer Bournique's journey to Indiana, by Ken Humphrey: 100967, p. [26].