Publication: American Glass Trade Directory
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
TABLEWARE AND GENERAL
Press and Blownware Plants in the United
States and Canada, Active or Tem-
porarily Out of Operation.
Compiled by Henry W. Gauding
Our aim is to make this Directory concise and accurate - not voluminous - so that it will be of practical service to busy tradesmen - a Vest Pocket Edition in name and in fact. - The Publishers.
NOTE - Companies arranged alphabetically. The capacity of plants is indicated at the end of each paragraph, viz: Letter "f" means furnace and "p" is for pots. The letters "c t" means a continuous tank and "d t" day tank. The letter "r" designates ring holes, indicating approximate capacity. Letter "X" means plant has a moldmaking shop. A star (*) indicates that plant was closed down at the time Directory was compiled. See Index, Page 2.
GLASS BOTTLE COMPANIES
NOTE - To designate colors the letter "A" means amber ware; "F" flint; "G" green; "O" other colors. The letter "Y" at the end of the paragraph means that the plant is equipped with semi-automatic or automatic machines. "Z" means both hand process and machine. All other letters designate as shown on Page 3.
Gayner Glass Works, Salem, N. J. John Gayner, president; J. W. Gayner, vice president; J. M. Gayner, secretary, sales manager; E. J.