[Letters and miscellaneous information regarding the Atwater family history].

Title: 
[Letters and miscellaneous information regarding the Atwater family history].

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Author/Artist: 
Atwater, Richard Mead.
Published In: 
National Glass Budget September 30, 1922.
Description: 
103 items : ink on paper ; 13 x 18 - 40 x 28 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142656
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142656
Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142656, Richard Mead Atwater's address book (glass mfg.) BIB 145981
Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 20, Drawer 9
Notes: 
Document 25:1.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Contents: 
Letter to Richard Atwater from Abby Sophia Greene Atwater dated November 7, 1892, concerning family matters and R. M. Atwater, Jr.'s translating German for his father. (Incomplete). --
Letter to R. M. Atwater from Abby Atwater dated December 5, 1892, concerning family matters. (Incomplete). --
Letter to R. M. Atwater from Christopher Greene Atwater dated February 1, 1893, concerning visits to several glass factories and the operation of the Alton, Illinois, furnace. --
Letter to R. M. Atwater from Christopher Greene Atwater dated February 3, 1893, concerning C. F. Leng's visit to see furnace at Alton, Illinois. --
Letter to R. M. Atwater from Christopher Greene Atwater dated February 7, 1893, concerning operation of Alton, Illinois, furnace and information about furnaces at other factories. --
Letter from Christopher Greene Atwater to an unidentified person concerning Illinois Glass Co. (Incomplete). --
Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mead Atwater and family, July 1891 (No. 4001, p. 328, Atwater history). --
Atwater history and genealogy, compiles by Francis Atwater, published 1901. --
Francis Atwater, Atwater history and genealogy. Journal Publishing Co., 1901. (Excerpts, with handwritten addistions and corrections by Mrs. B. W. Bothe or Sarah A. G. Smith. Includes photograph of Edward W. Atwater). --
Francis Atwater, Atwater history and genealogy, vol. IV. Meriden, Connecticut, Horton Printing Co., 1927. (Excerpts with handwritten additions and corrections by Mrs. B. W. Bothe or Sarah A. G. Smith). --
Richard Mead Atwater's address book, glass mfg. in back. (Lists manufacturers of furnaces; pots; moulds; tools and machinery; window glass; tableware; plate glass; lamp chimneys; green and flint bottles; art glass; and sand and lime. 23 pages of text). --
Richard Mead Atwater, 18 page lecture on glass. (Typescript by Bothe or Smith). --
An improved flint glass furnace. From: American Manufacturer, vol. 51, July 15, 1892. --
R. M. Atwater, manufacture of commercial graduates. Berlin, Germany, 1904. (Reprinted from the report of the Vth Internations Congress of Applied Chemistry, Berlin, 1903, section I, volume I, p. 268). --
R. M. Atwater, My religious and spiritual experience, dated November 12, 1917. (Typed copy of an essay written in pencil). --
Letter to Richard and Abby Atwater from Richard Mead Jr., concerning his education and dated January 7, 1894. (Incomplete). --
Old time glass making. From : National glass budget, September 30, October 7, 14, 21 and November 4, 1922. (Series of 5 articles; subtitles include early glass making in the state of New Jersey, plates in stock moulds, graduated glassware, and chemical glass ware). --
Jane Brewer Atwater Pratt and Richard Mead Atwater Jr., No. 1870. From: Atwater history and genealogy, vol. V, by Chas. Stuart Atwater, 1956. --
Telegram from R. M. Atwater addressed to C. G. Atwater dated May 31, 1893, requesting appointment with Doolittle. (Includes C. G. Atwater's reply telegram dated June 2).