Events in the Glass Industry for 1944; Armstrong/Whitall Tatum events listed

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Glass Factory Year Book and Directory

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 168,169,171,172, col. 1

Outstanding Events In Glass Industry

Of the Nation During the Year 1944



G. E. Barton retires as chief chemist emeritus of the Whitall-Tatum Division plant of the Armstrong Cork Company at Millville, N. J., after nearly half a century of service to the glass industry.


George S. Bacon, 79, prominently identified with the Whitall-Tatum Company, now an Armstrong Cork division, dies in Millville, N. J. home. He had been associated with the glass industry since 1881.


J. Lawrence Bacon, general superintendent Armstrong Cork's Millville, N. J., plant, is appointed consulting engineer. He will assist the firm's research engineering and production organization in general glass development.

Kenneth C. Lyon, chief chemist at Millville, N. J., plant of Armstrong Cork Company, is made chairman of glass section of American Ceramic Society for 1944-45.


Keywords:Armstrong Cork Company : Whitall Tatum Company
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Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:February 1, 2011 by: David Wiecek;