Publication: American Glass Review Glass Factory Directory Issue
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Laboratory Glass, Etc.
The following detailed listings include manufacturers of lime, flint and special glass both pressed and blown. Factory listings by product follow the factory data section.
Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. (Corning 2-5011) Factories at Corning and Big Flats, N. Y.; Albion, Mich.; Bradford, Pa.; Central Falls, R. I.; Charleroi, Pa.; Danville, Ky.; Greencastle, Pa.; Greenville, Ohio; Harrodsburg, Ky.; Muskogee, Okla.; Martinsburg, Parkersburg and Paden City, W. Va.; Wellsboro, Pa.
Albion plant, 2 continuous tanks. Bradford plant 1 continuous tank (electronic components). Central Falls plant, 3 continuous tanks. Charleroi plant, 6 continuous tanks, 1 day tank. Danville plant, 2 continuous tanks. Greenville plant, 2 continuous tanks. Fall Brook plant, Corning, 5 continuous tanks. Harrodsburg plant, (optical and opthalmic glass). Leaside plant, Ont., Canada, 1 continuous tank. Main plant, Corning, 2 furnaces, 32 pots; 10 continuous tanks; 2 day tanks. Martinsburg plant, 1 continuous tank. Muskogee plant, 1 continuous tank. Parkersburg plant, 2 continuous tanks. Pilot Plant 2, Corning, 1 continuous tank. Pressware Plant, Corning, 2 continuous tanks. Refractories plant, Corning (manufacturing special refractories). Wellsboro, 2 continuous tanks.
Amory Houghton, chairman of the executive committee; William C. Decker, chairman of the board; Amory Houghton, Jr., president; Charles D. LaFollette, financial vice president; John L. Hanigan, vice president and general manager, Electrical Products Division; William H. Armistead, vice president and director, Technical Staffs; R. Lee Waterman, vice president and general manager, Consumer Products Division; Paul T. Clark, spell:vic;vice] president and general manager, Technical Products Division; Arthur W. Weber, vice president and director, Manufacturing Services; LeRoy A. Amylon, vice president and director, Industrial Relations; Thomas S. Wood, Jr., vice president and director of purchases; Thomas Waaland, treasurer; Robert W. Foster, controller; Frederick H. Knight, secretary;
"Pyrex" brand products: ovenware; range-top ware; coffee maker bowls; dinnerware; laboratory ware; pharmaceutical, industrial ware; gauge glasses; tubing; piping; cylinders; and special technical ware. "Corning" brand products: bulbs for lamp, radio, x-ray, and television; fluorescent and thermometer tubing, optical and opthalmic glass; laboratory and pharmaceutical ware; signal ware for railroad, marine, traffic, and aviation use; filter glasses; tumblers; commercial and residential illuminating glassware; street lighting globes; dinnerware, capacitors, resistors, and other electronic components; atomic radiation shielding windows; photosensitive glasses. "Steuben" products: table glass, artware. "Vycor" brand products: industrial, laboratory and pharmaceutical ware; precision finished glassware, ultraviolet transmitting glass. "Pyroceram" products: Corning Ware, ovenware, range-top ware; industrial, pharmaceutical, laboratory and special technical ware, all made from glass-ceramic materials.
Corning Glass Works of Canada, Ltd., 135 Vanderhoof Ave., Toronto 17, Ont., Canada (421-1500).
W. C Decker, chairman of the board, R. Lee Waterman, president; Amory Houghton, Jr., J. L. Hanigan and T. M. Gillan, vice presidents; F. H. Knight, secretary; C. H. Kruidenier, treasurer; R. W. Foster, assistant treasurer; John H. Cole, plant manager; Thomas McGillan, sales manager; George Williamson, production manager. Baking and cooking ware, colored, decorated, dinnerware, illuminating, machinemade, blown and pressed, opal, nursers. Pyrex and Corning Ware. Dosimeters.
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|Date completed:||July 2, 2012 by: Bob Stahr;|