Corning listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: China & Glass Trade Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 57,61, col. 1



Pressed and Blown Ware Plants in the United

States and Canada.


On the following pages will be found the companies manufacturing lime and flint glassware, both pressed and blown, for all purposes. After the name of the company and the names of its officers will be found the factory capacity and the kinds of ware made.

A brief classification of principal products giving merely the name and location of companies also is included. Also appended is a list of glass decorators, including independent shops as well as manufacturers operating decorating departments.

Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y.

Plants at Corning, N. Y., Wellsboro, Pa., and Central Falls, R. I. Corning, 3 furnaces, 35 pots; 11 continuous tanks, 16 feeders. Steuben division, 2 furnaces, 19 pots. Wellsboro, 2 continuous tanks, 2 feeders. Central Falls, 2 continuous tanks, 7 feeders. Corning tube plant (ready for production July 1, 1930) 2 continuous tanks, 4 feeders. Alexander D. Falck, chairman of board; Eugene C. Sullivan, vice chairman of board; Amory Houghton, president; George B. Hollister, Arthur L. Day, W. H. Curtiss, vice presidents; John L. Thomas, treasurer; H. E. Watson, purchasing agent; W. C. Taylor, chief chemist; C. E. Githler, production manager; F. C. Carder, Steuben art director. Bulbs, tubing, lamp chimneys, railroad signal ware, globes, lenses, thermometer tubing and spectacle glass. Pyrex baking dishes, Pyrex Nursing Bottles, Pyrex teapots, Pyrex industrial ware, Pyrex chemical glassware, Pyrex insulators, "Nultra" gasoline cylinders, Pyrex radio glasses, "Corex" ultra-violet transmitting glasses, and special technical glasses, Steuben hand made art ware and stemware.


Keywords:Corning Glass Works
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Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:December 15, 2009 by: David Wiecek;