Publication: American Glass Review
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
WAREHOUSE AT GAYNER GLASS
WORKS WAS PREY TO FLAMES
The warehouse of the Gayner Glass Works at Salem, N. J., a frame structure 300 by 150 feet, was destroyed by fire on May 8. Five firement were overcome while fighting the blaze which caused damage estimated at $50,000. John M. Gayner, vice president of the company and mayor of Salem, donned rubber coat and helmet and led the firefighters.
The greatest loss was in manufactured ware stored in the destroyed building. A large amount of containers had been packed and stored awaiting shipment. The origin of the fire was not determined.
|Keywords:||Gayner Glass Works|
|Date completed:||August 13, 2007 by: Elton Gish;|