Corning Glass Works listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Glass Factory Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 29,36-38, col. 1



The following factories are devoted to the manufacture of pressed and blown ware, plain tumblers, stem ware and bar goods, cut glass and tubing, lamp chimneys, globes, electrical goods, etc.


Corning Glass Works, Corning; 5 furnaces, 52 pots; 10 tanks. Branch factory, Steuben Division, Corning; 2 furnaces, 34 pots. Branch factory, Fall Brook Division, Corning; 2 tanks. Branch factory, Wellsboro, Pa.; 2 tanks. Branch factory, Central Falls, R. I.; 4 tanks. Amory Houghton, president; George B. Hollister, vice president; Arthur L. Day, vice president.; W. H. Curtiss, vice president; John L. Thomas, secretary and treasurer; C. E. Githler, manager of manufacturing; Glen W. Cole, production manager; F. S. Conable, purchasing agent; James L. Peden, sales manager. "CORNING" brand bulbs, tubing, lamp chimneys, railroad signal ware, globes, lenses, lens blanks, thermometer tubing, spectacle glass. Nultra gasoline cylinders, Corex ultra violet transmitting glasses and special technical glasses. "PYREX" brand baking dishes, industrial ware, chemical glassware, insulators, radio glasses. "STEUBEN" brand tableware.


Keywords:Corning Glass Works
Researcher notes:Page 38? for end part of article is missing. The reference to insulators is gone in 1937. I am not certain if Corning was still making them in 1936 so locating this missing page would be important to validate the above highlighted text.
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:January 22, 2010 by: David Wiecek;