[Newspaper clippings from the Syracuse Post Standard, dated April 2, 1852 - December 30, 1899].

Title: 
[Newspaper clippings from the Syracuse Post Standard, dated April 2, 1852 - December 30, 1899].

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Description: 
23 items : ink on paper ; 6 x 6 - 28 x 22 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142285
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 20, Drawer 9
Notes: 
Document 20:6.
Clippings, at least some of which are from the Syracuse Post Standard, related to glass in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Indiana.
Digitized in-house July 2015.
Clippings have some tearing and staining. Flood mud present on some.
Contents: 
Jersey glass blowers migrating to the west [December 29, 1894] --
Grand exhibition at Graff's Hotel [February 9, 1853] --
Many glass factories beginning operations [December 3, 1899] --
Window glass factories resume operations [December 30, 1899] --
A heavy increase in capital [January 28, 1890] --
Grand exhibition at Malcolm Hall, Professor C. H. Carling [April 2, 1852] --
French plate glass [October 27, 1853] --
[Flint glass blowers do not strike at Syracuse Glass Company] --
Positively the last week! Grand exhibition at Malcolm Hall, Professor C. H. Carling [April 10, 1852] --
[Glass workers at a Progress, New Jersey glass factory buried in ruins of collapsed buildings from gale, April 4, 1855] --
[Death notice of Michael L. Best, a respected Cleveland glass plant employee, December 11, 1899] --
Glass working [April 12, 1852] --
The Canastota Glass Works [January 11, 1884] --
Glass works unionized [October 18, 1899] --
Dissatisfied workmen: Corning Glass blowers and cutters fighting for the right of organization [January 3, 1891] --
[American Window Glass Company delays firing for another season, December 21, 1899] --
[Largest plate of glass in America breaks upon being set in Broadway restaurant, July 6, 1853] --
[Redwood glass works starts] --
Rally at Canastota [November 1898] --
[Tobacco death near Dunbarton Glass Works and patent application of Edward Campbell for making a bond of union between cast iron and glass, April 13, 1855] --
[Crystal Palace, October 4, 1853] --
Plate glass: some detail of the process of casting the plate [August 8, 1890] --
[Centarian Anna Van Schaick Warren was born at the first glass factory in the state of New York, September 23, 1899] --
Canastota: about to start up, glass company stockholders in annual meeting [September 7, 1899].