Our drummer, October 1931 / Butler Brothers.

Our drummer, October 1931 / Butler Brothers.

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Butler Brothers (Firm), Chicago, IL, USA, distributor.
562 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 35 cm
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Trade Catalogs
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Range 12, Bay 1, Shelf 7, William Heacock papers, Box 40A
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Prices like these all through this book
Cover title.
Index bound at front, pages A-M.
Accompanied by "New! Red Hot Sellers!", 1 sheet (circular no. 86966) ; and card from Chase Brothers Company, Rochester, New York regarding the sale of trees and plants.
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, art colored glass, and iridescent glassware.
This item is part of the William Heacock papers.
Glassware includes coffee mills, beater-bowl and cover combinations, bird seed cups and baths, tumblers, iced teas, goblets, handled mugs, jugs and pitchers, coasters, ebony black glassware (cups and saucers, tumblers, salts and peppers, ashtrays, plates), sugars and creamers, salts and peppers, syrup pitchers, vinegar and oil bottles, toothpick holders, mixing bowls, utility jars, measuring cups, reamers, refrigerator containers, percolator tops, Pyrex oven glass (casseroles, percolator tops, baking dishes, etched gift sets, chromium plated mounted casseroles), beverage bottles, flasks, milk bottles, cuspidors, colored luncheon sets, console sets, table center pieces, cookie jars, art glassware from Czecho-Slovakia, cased art glass (vases, bowls, handled baskets), flower frogs, show window shelf supports, candlesticks, vases, electrical lighting fixtures, globes and shades, oil lamp chimneys and founts, lanterns and lantern globes, furniture knobs, mirrors, oil jars for automobiles, toy doll with glass nursing bottles (p. 408), Christmas tree ornaments and glass ball strings (also icicles), Noma electric Christmas lights, atomizers, perfumes bottles, bath salts containers, bath powder containers, candy containers (p. 525), fish bowls, smoking sets, spectacles, sun glasses, goggles, beverage sets, ice tubs, decanters, stemware, jelly molds and tumblers, Mason fruit jars, and much more.
William Heacock papers
Page 349/350 mutilated.
Catalogue ; no. 2832