Our drummer, January 1920 / Butler Brothers.

Title: 
Our drummer, January 1920 / Butler Brothers.

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Author/Artist: 
Butler Brothers (Firm), New York, NY, USA, distributor.
Description: 
452 pages : illustrations (little color) ; 34 cm
Format of Material: 
Trade Catalogs
Bib ID: 
149935
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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 449-452.
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.
This item is part of the William Heacock papers.
Glassware includes tumblers of all shapes and sizes, jelly tumblers, goblets, coasters, children's "hokey pokey" mug, holy water bottles, candlesticks, crucifix candlesticks, vases, sugar and creams, pitchers, decanters, handled baskets, kitchen jar sets, percolator tops, covered butter tubs, jugs, punch sets, water sets, lemonade sets, iridescent (carnival glass), bowls, handled celeries, salts and peppers, crystal spoons, syrup pitchers, toothpicks, spice jars, puff boxes, reamers, dresser sets, rolling pins, banana split dishes, opal nest eggs, opal soap dish, bird seed cups, bird baths, ashtrays, egg cups, preserve jars, measuring cups, shaving mugs, cuspidors, Fry oven glass, lamp fonts and chimneys, ceiling mounted lamps, lanterns, light bulbs, Mazda auto bulbs, lighting shades and globes, table lamps, hanging lamps, nursing bottles, kitchen canisters, coffee mills, furniture knobs, automobile glasses, spectacles, goggles, nursing bottles, cut glass, mirrors, gasoline, kerosene, oil, and electric lamps, and much more.
William Heacock papers
Series: 
Catalogue ; no. 1732