[Pre-1889 move list].

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[between 1860-1889?]
1 volume (unpaged) ; 16 cm
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Range 6, Bay 4, Shelf 6, Percy J. Beaumont records, Box 1, B8
Dark maroon leather ledger with alphabet tabs. Handwriting in ink; itdoes not appear to be that of Percy Beaumont or Harry Northwood. Types of ware are entered alphabetically under the tabs. There are no entries under H, K, O, Q, U, Y or Z. There are 2 blank pages between entries under P. Pencil entry on endpage has a date of Sept. 11/71.
Begins with Ale glasses; Boston, Plain.
James Measell stated that this is a move list, which shows the number of pieces to be made in a 5-5 1/2 hour turn, probably from before 1889 since the AFGWU and other manufacturer groups began to issue printed move/wage lists in 1889.
This item is part of the Percy J. Beaumont records.
Percy J. Beaumont records
Ale glasses --
Bottles --
Bowls and naps on ft. ; Butters ; Boxes --
Breast pumps --
Chimnies --
Colognes ; Celeries --
Creams ; Champagnes ; Custard cups --
Castor bottles --
Candlesticks ; Curtain pins --
Decanters ; Dishes --
Egg cups ; Eggs --
Founts ; Lamp feet --
Goblets ; Globes --
Inks --
Jars --
Lamps --
Lanterns --
Lemonades --
Mugs --
Nappies --
Pitchers ; Plates --
Pomades ; Pungents screw --
Reflectors --
Shades --
Stoppers --
Spoon holders ; Salts --
Sugars --
Stoppers, contin'd --
Tumblers --
Tinctures --
Vases --