Whitall Tatum listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Glass Factory Year Book and Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 83,110-111,127,153, col. 1


TABLEWARE AND GENERAL FLINT

GLASSWARE COMPANIES


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.


Whitall Tatum Co., Millville, N. J.

F. C. Tatum, president; E. W. Maule,, vice president; H. V Bacon [sic] Brumley, vice president and general manager. 5 continuous tanks, 81 rings. Ampules, oiler glasses, medicine tumbglers [sic] tumblers, ointment pots, hospital goods, graduates, tubing, opal ware, pressed and blown, laboratory glass, funnels. Bottles.

BOTTLE AND CONTAINER

MANUFACTURERS

 

Following are companies manufacturing hollow ware of all kinds from small perfume bottles to large demijohns and carboys. After the name of each company will be found the officers and operating heads, together with factory capacities and kind of ware made. The important classes of ware also will be found arranged by companies in the classification section.


Whitall Tatum Co., Millville, N. J.

F. C. Tatum, president; J. W. Nicolson, G. S. Bacon and E. W. Maule, vice presidents; H. V. Brumley, secretary; W. H. B. Whitall, treasurer; Geo. S. Bacon, general manager. Prescriptions, vials, patent, proprietary, water bottles, hospital goods, ampules, battery jars, acids, tubing, carboys. 5 continuous tanks, 81 rings. Machine and hand. (See Press List.)

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Keywords:Whitall Tatum Company
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:January 20, 2010 by: David Wiecek;