The romance of oven glass [reprint].

The romance of oven glass [reprint].

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Rowe, Bess M.
1 page : black and white ; 33 x 28 cm
paper ink print single sided
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Range 139, Bay 3, Shelf 1, Corning Glass Works archive, Box 8
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Article reprint by Bess M. Rowe, for heat resistant glass that can be used in baking, cooking, railroad signal lenses, radio "gadgets", and clinical thermometers. Information about the glassmaking process is included as well. Three images appear with the following captions: "The blower swings and twists a ball of molten glass to form the shape desired"; "Man making glass by pressing into molds"; and "Custard cups fully shaped."
"Reprinted from The Farmer's Wife for March, 1931" printed at top.
Corning Glass Works archive
Sent to photography January 2015 for possible inclusion in exhibition titled America's Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex on display at the Rakow Library June 6, 2015 to March 17, 2016 (photography no. 1000145295).
Pyrex advertising and trade materials