Our drummer, May 1913 / Butler Brothers.

Title: 
Our drummer, May 1913 / Butler Brothers.

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Author/Artist: 
Butler Brothers (Firm), New York, NY, USA, distributor.
Description: 
396 pages, 4 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color) ; 34 cm
Format of Material: 
Trade Catalogs
Bib ID: 
150112
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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, p. B-D at end.
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 glass candy containers (lantern, automobile, telephone, lamp, limousine, watch and fob, flat iron, mirror backed sideboard, clock), spectactles and eye glasses, nappies, sugar and cream sets, cruets, comports, puff jars, vases, ice tubs, water sets, jugs, pitchers, tumblers, automobile windshields, marbles, tumblers, jelly moulds, show globes, preserve jars, fish globes, syrup pitchers, water bottles, lemonade and water sets, decanters, celery holders, iridescent and gold decorated dinner set assortments, vases, goblets, toothpick holders, match holders, reamers, mugs, salt and pepper sets, sugar shakers, individual salts, graudated sanitary glass dipper, kitchen canisters, bird seed cups and baths, nest eggs, candlesticks, dresser sets in iridescent glass, toys (page 367), gold decorated ruby and emerald souvenir glass, toilet bottles, decorated glass revolver, soda fountain accessories, lamp founts, lamp chimneys, shades and globes, lanterns and lantern globes, light bulbs, table lamps, and more.
William Heacock papers
Series: 
Catalogue ; no. 1096