[Research notebooks / compiled by Frederic Schuler].

[Research notebooks / compiled by Frederic Schuler].

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Schuler, Frederic.
4 v. : ill., photographs ; 27 cm.
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Corning Museum of Glass.
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Range 23, Bay 1, Shelf 7, Frederic Schuler research collection
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Schuler worked for the Corning Museum of Glass and recorded information related to scientific research in Harvard Cooperative Society notebooks with ruled pages. The notebooks have the title "Record" on the spine and the number 6 at the bottom of the spine, and include reports, observations, articles, drawings, etc. either written directly into the notebooks or pasted in.
Vol. 2 includes articles, sample lists, Monthly Research Reports (winter-summer 1957), requests for chemical analysis, requests for x-ray fluorescence analysis, notes and sketches of contemporary glass for a special exhibition (p. 258-281).
Vol. 3 includes sample lists, Monthly Research Reports (fall 1957-1958), his research philosophy (p. 39-43), MMA craft group lecture outline, outline of Glass-making techniques (p. 87-91), Clues for the archaeologist on glassmaking techniques (p. 95-127), chart of glassblowing techniques (p. 131), spectrographic examination reports, plan and sketches for photography of glassblowing at Steuben (p. 151-199).
Vol. 4 titled "Analyses of ancient glasses" and includes samples from Nishapur, Gorgan, Rey, Hamadan, Qum, and Kalardasht.
Part of the Frederic Schuler research collection.
Frederic Schuler research collection
Vol. 1 missing since 1998. Previously cataloged as NK5107 .S386.