Visiting with Huell Howser. Episode no. 328, Glass museum [videorecording] / written and produced by Huell Howser.

Title: 
Visiting with Huell Howser. Episode no. 328, Glass museum [videorecording] / written and produced by Huell Howser.
Publisher: 
[Los Angeles, Calif.] : Community Television of Southern California, c1995.
Description: 
1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Other Authors: 
Howser, Huell.
Stubey, Stella.
Historical Glass Museum.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
105078
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Visiting with Huell Howser. Episode no. 328. Glass museum
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VHS
Variant Title: 
Glass museum
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"Everyone's favorite visitor"--Container.
The Historical Glass Museum Foundation was founded in 1976, to preserve specimens of American glass from artists and factories that were becoming extinct, as well as those currently producing glass. There are items from most American makers including Adams, Beatty, Aetna, Anchor Hocking, Atterbury, Heisey, Mckee, Morgantown, Bellaire, Blenko, Bryce, Duncan & Miller, Federal, Fenton, Fostoria, Gillender, Hazel Atlas, Imperial, Jeannette, Viking, Tiffany, and Steuben, to name a few.
Edited by David Swofford ; camera, Luis Fuerte.
Hosted by Huell Howser ; Stella Stubey, Historical Glass Museum Foundation.
Stella Stubey introduces Huell Howser to the Historical Glass Museum Foundation in Redlands, California, and gives a tour through the collection.
VHS.
Commercially distributed by the Historical Glass Museum Foundation, Redlands, Calif.