Dominion Glass Company listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: American Glass Trade Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 8,28, col. 1



Press and blownware plants in the United States and Canada, active or temporarily out of operation. The letter "f" is given for furnace and "p" for pots, as: 1 f, 16 p., means one furnace of 16 pots. The letters "c t" mean a continuous tank and "d t," day tank. The letter "r" designates ring holes, indicating the approximate capacity. A star (*) means plant out of blast when directory was issued.

Key for Bottle Factories.

The capital A means flint glass is made; B green, C amber, D blue, E opal, F dark green. The figures following these letters designate in a general way the lines of ware made, viz: 1, signifies prescription, druggists, perfumers or proprietary medicine ware; 2, beers, sodas, minerals; 3, wines, brandies and flasks; 4, milk jars; 5, fruit jars; 6, machine made jars and bottles, packers or preservers ware; 7, vault and prism lights; 8, insulators; 9, turn mold ware; 0, carboys and large water bottles; letter Z, Owens machine ware.

Key for Press and Blownware Plants.

G indicates that pressed ware is manufactured; H, blownware; R, off-hand or paste mold lamp chimneys; J, shades, globes, lighting ware; K, paste mold tumblers, stemware, bar goods, etc.; L, colored ware, decorated ware or novelties; V, cut glass, cutting blanks, or artistic glass. X shows plant contains a mold shop.

Company Officials.

Folowing names of officers the letter P, means President; S, Secretary; T, Treasurer, M, factory manager or superintendent. [Note Key numbers and letters will be found at the end of each paragraph. Index to companies by states on pages 5 and 6.]


DOMINION GLASS CO., Ltd., Montreal, P. Q., Toronto, Wallaceburg, Hamilton, Ont., and Redcliffe, Alberta, 1 f, 12 p, 14 c t, 110 r. G. A. Grier, M. Offer, S; J. Sterling, T; H. Herdt, Supt. ABCDEF1234567890GHLRX.


Keywords:Dominion Glass Company
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:November 23, 2009 by: Bob Stahr;