Preston Bassett collection of John Sise letters, drafts and invoices [microform] 1851-1868.

Title: 
Preston Bassett collection of John Sise letters, drafts and invoices [microform] 1851-1868.
Author/Artist: 
Bassett, Preston R. collector.
Publisher: 
[S.l.] : P. R. Bassett, 1851-1868.
Description: 
238 items.
Arranged alphabetically by company or correspondent name.
Format of Material: 
Microform
Bib ID: 
72769
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Location: 
Microforms
Call Number: 
F-6900
Variant Title: 
Bassett collection of invoices, sight drafts and letters to Mr. John Sise, a glasswares merchant of Portsmouth, N.H. from several American manufacturers and importers of glass products, 1851-1868
Notes: 
Originals, which may include additional materials not found on this microfiche, are held by the Benson Ford Research Center of the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
Access to this collection is unrestricted.
The materials included on these microfiche consist primarily of invoices, right drafts and letters submitted to John Sise, a glasswares merchant of Portsmith, NH, from sevral American manufacturers and importers and importers of glass products, from 1851 to 1868. They were collected by Preston Bassett.
Companies and correspondents represented are: American Glass Company; Charles Ahrenfeldt; Henry C. Lamberback; Bay State Glass Company; Boston and Sandwich Glass Company; Cape Cod Glass Company; Martin Crafts; John Hall; G.D. Jarves & Cormerais; J. Edward Knowlton; Asa B. Lamson; Mount Washington Glass Works; New England Glass Company; Pheonix Glass Company; Samuel B. Pierce, Sons, & Company; Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad Company; New York and Portland Steamship Line; Read and Lathrop; Rees and Peircey; E.F. Sise & Company; John Stokell; J.E. Thayer & Brother; Herman Trost and Company; Union Glass Works; Charles E. Wiggin and J.T. Winslow.
Microfiche. Corning, N.Y. : Corning Museum of Glass Library, 1982. 8 microfiches: negative.
A list of individual items is included on the microfiche.
REF: New England glass and glassmaking / Kenneth M. Wilson, pp. 293, 300-301, 315.