Kerr Glass Manufacturing Company listing

[Trade Journal]

Publication: American Glass Review Glass Factory Directory Issue

Pittsburgh, PA, United States
p. 103,115, col. 1


Bottle and Container

Manufacturers

 

The following detailed listings include manufacturers of all types of glass hollow ware ranging in size from perfume bottles to demi-johns and carboys. Factory listings by product follow the factory data section.

Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp., Executive Office, 611 South Shatto Place, Los Angeles, Calif. 90005 (Tel. 213-387-8243).

W. A. Kerr, president; M. R. Kerr, senior vice-president, sales, and assistant secretary; A. H. Kerr, vice-president; C. R. Calkins, executive vice-president; W. J. McCormick, vice-president, finance and treasurer; D. A. Ladenberger, secretary; R. F. Scott, vice-president manufacturing, glass container operations; C. W. Welch, vice-president, sales, Region II.; B. M. Humphries, vice-president, sales, Region I; R. M. Ulmer, vice-president, marketing; G. B. Langer, general manager, production engineering; W. E. Houck, assistant director, facilities engineering; R. D. Gentry, director, environmental affairs; D. Riebe, manager, secondary operations and director of customer technical service; R. E. Utsler, director, furnace engineering and operations. Plants: Santa Ana, Cal., L. Eaton, plant manager; Sand Springs, Okla., R. F. Hartmeyer, plant manager; Sand Springs, Okla., R. F. Hartmeyer, plant manager; Huntington, W. Va., T. F. Mitchell, plant manager; Plainfield, Ill., J. R. Worden, plant manager; Millville, N. J., J. T Stirrup, plant manager; Waxahachie, Tex., T. R. Dunn, plant manager; Dunkirk, Ind., J. D. Mink, plant manager. General line of amber, green and flint bottles and jars. Food, beverage, beer, wine, liquor, household chemical, industrial, prescription, medicinal, private mold glassware. 15 continuous tanks. All I.S. machines.

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Keywords:Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corporation
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:July 20, 2012 by: Bob Stahr;