[Letters, billheads, and other miscellaneous correspondance].

Title: 
[Letters, billheads, and other miscellaneous correspondance].

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Author/Artist: 
New England Glass Co.
Description: 
61 items : ink on paper ; 10 x 13 - 33 x 25 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142032
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142032
Notes: 
Document 9:2.
Purchase; Smith; 1980; 1000150982
Digitized in-house October 2014.
Originals have tears and staining.
Photocopies are stapled together in upper left corner.
Contents: 
Illustration features the New england Glass Co.'s Works warehouse and sun tavern building.
Letter to Samuel Hunt dated Ocotber 26, 1839, concerning possibility of association between New England Glass CO., and Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. Letter to Henry Whitney dated October 26, 1839, naming Samuel Fay and Joseph Hay to meet in committee with New England Glass Co. representatives. Letter to W. E. Mayhew & Co. dated September 19, 1829, concerning one package of glassware shipped by Brig Vesta. Letter to W. E. Mayhew & Co. dated April 18, 1829, concerning 12 packages of glassware sent by Brig Marshall Ney. Letter from Thomas Leighton dated November 1, 1829, to an unknown person offering him a job and passage to the United States from England.
Indenture between Thomas Ruston of England, flint glass blower, and New England Glass Co., featuring 3 years of service. Agreement dated September 21, 1851.
Notice from W. L. Libbey & Son concerning injunction against Mt. Washington Glass Co. and F. S. Shirley for infringement of patent on Amerina glass (photostat).
Advertisement illustrating factory buildings from Crockery & Glass Journal. Advertisement mentions lamps; fresnel glasses; glassware for anatomical museums; chemical ware; blown, cut and pressed glassware; opal globes and shades.
New England Glass Co. announcment of the annual meeting of the stockholders, dated February 18, 1858.
Multiple bill of landings from New England Glass Co., during the time period of 1818-1888.