Our drummer, August 1914 / Butler Brothers.

Title: 
Our drummer, August 1914 / Butler Brothers.

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Author/Artist: 
Butler Brothers (Firm), New York, NY, USA, distributor.
Description: 
376 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 34 cm
Format of Material: 
Trade Catalogs
Bib ID: 
150126
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Archives (Non-Active)
Call Number: 
Range 12, Bay 1, Shelf 7, William Heacock papers, Box 40A
Notes: 
Cover title.
Index, pages 375-376.
A general wholesale merchandise catalog, including dry-goods, hardware, house furnishings, implements and utensils, jewelry, toys, etc.
Researchers believe that all glassware listed in an assortment came from the same manufacturer, hence if the manufacturer of one piece in an assortment can be identified it can be assumed that all pieces in that assortment are from same manufacturer.
Includes pressed, cut, blown, and iridescent glassware.
This item is part of the William Heacock papers.
Glassware includes hand held and wall mounted mirrors, belt and toilet pins with glass heads, nest eggs, nursing bottles, candy containers, marbles, spectacles and eye glasses, automobile windshields, washboards, tumblers, mugs, jelly molds, goblets, soda fountain accessories, display fixtures and supports, show globes, soda fountain bottles, water bottles, pitchers and jugs, punch sets, vases, bowls, chicken founts, salts and peppers, covered butter dishes, handled celeries, salts and peppers, syrup pitchers, sanitary glass dippers, graduates, flasks, reamers, individual creams, kitchen canisterns, churns, toy glass sets, candlesticks, nest eggs, medicine glass, finger bowls, sponge cups, glass toys (page 342), hair receivers, tootpick holders, match holders, bird seed cups and baths, gold and ruby decorated souvenir glass, hatpin holders, puff boxes, lamp chimneys and founts, lanterns, lantern globes, table lamps, light bulbs, and more.
William Heacock papers
Front cover and pages through 12 are detached from remainder of catalog.
Catalog has sustained slight water damage.
Series: 
Catalogue ; no. 1238