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Haunton, T. C. (2011). Last links to the past: 20thcentury south jersey glass. Volume 1 – clevengerbrothers. Vol. 1. Wilmington MA: Jerseyana (printed at Odyssey Press). 
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Categories: Bottles and Scents
Keywords: ACANTHUS (pattern), Albany flask, Beacon Glass works, Booz log cabin flask, bottles (windowsill; donut; crown; large violin; lilypad; Stoddard; diamond; clover; banjo; elephant), camphor jugs, cantelope pitcher, Chino Collini Glass Art, Clevenger Allie (William Elbert), Clevenger Reno (Lorenzo), Clevenger Tom (Henry Thomas), Coleman Ole (Otis), Crowley Chris, Deganhart, DEWDROP & STAR (pattern), Eagle & Grape flask, Earling Walter, Flasks, Frie John, Frie Vermont, Gaynor Glass Company (Salem NJ), George Washington flask, Hobnail, Hofbauer August, Hofbauer Glass Company, Horn of Plenty (pattern), Jenny Lind flask, Kimble Glass (Vineland NJ), Larsen Emil, Marks Charles, Moon & Star (pattern), Moore Brothers (Clayton NJ), Owens Bottle Company, Phoenix Glass Works, Ramp Ted, Robb Happy, Roun Lester, Skypala Rudy, Travis James, Washington-Taylor flask, Wheaton (T.C.) Company (Millville NJ), Wheaton Glass (Millville NJ), Whitall Tatum (Millville NJ), Whitney Glass Works, Wright Joe
Creators: Haunton
Publisher: Jerseyana (printed at Odyssey Press) (Wilmington MA)
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From 1927 to 1999 several generations of the Clevenger family and an ever-changing cast of itinerant glass workers made blown-molded, free-blown & even pressed glassware in the styles made in American shops decades earlier.  Collectors of early American glass, and especially those who collect bottles & flasks, need to study the copious details presented here about 3/4s of a century of glass production from this small factory in southern New Jersey.
824 b&w and color photos & facsimiles, bibliography (pgs. 414-417).  NO INDEX & limited TOC.  History (pgs. 2-27), alphabetical list of employees (pgs. 28-37), glassblowing processes: free blown pgs. 38-44, mold blown pgs. 45-51, handles pgs. 52-58, handle IDs pgs. 59-65, special handles (66-67), Lilypad (68), threading (69), ruffles (70), crimped (71-73), prunts (74), stoppers (75), pattern molding (76-77), pressed (78-81), paperweights (82-83), molds & tools (84-101), colors (102-116), marks & labels (117-118), catalog advertising (119-180), anecdotes & trivia (181-191), free blown cataloged pieces 1930-1999 alphabetically (192-209), non-catalogued pieces (211-220), mold blown & pressed cataloged 1930-1999 alphabetically (221-265), flasks (266-291), non-cataloged mold blown (292-300), private molds (301-302), whimsies (303-307), lilypad (308-312), ruby (313-315), etc. (316-322), rarities (323-324), Oops (325-330), commemoratives (331-362), catalog #s/colors/qty.made [chart] (363-396), epilogue (397-399), footnotes [608] pgs. 400-413, rarity chart pgs. 418-421.

Citations:  “The Renaissance of South Jersey Blown Glass” (Providence R.I.: Grant & Lyon, 1934); Adeline Pepper, “The Glass Gaffers of New Jersey” (NY: Scribner’s, 1971); Ruth Webb Lee, “Antique Fakes and Reproductions” (1947?); “Authentic Reproductions of Early American Glass” (Ritter-Carrlton, 1939).  Referenced:  Bright’s disease among glassworkers

ACANTHUS (pattern)
Beacon Glass
bottles (windowsill; donut; crown; large violin; lilypad; Stoddard; diamond; clover; banjo; elephant)
camphor jugs
cantelope pitcher
Chino Collini Glass Art
Clevenger, Allie (William Elbert)
Clevenger, Reno (Lorenzo)
Clevenger, Tom (Henry Thomas)
Coleman, Ole (Otis)
Crowley, Chris
DEWDROP & STAR (pattern)
Earling, Walter
flasks (Booz log cabin; Jenny Lind; George Washington; Albany; Eagle & Grape; Washington-Taylor)
Frie, John
Frie, Vermont
Gaynor Glass Company (Salem NJ)
GRAPE (goblet)
HOBNAIL (pattern)
Hofbauer Glass Company
Hofbauer, August
HORN OF PLENTY (pattern)
Kimble Glass (Vineland NJ)
Larsen, Emil
Marks, Charles
MOON & STAR (pattern)
Moore Brothers (Clayton NJ)
Owens Bottle Company
Phoenix Glass Company
Ramp, Ted
Robb, Happy
Roun, Lester
Skypala, Rudy
Travis, James
Wheaton (T.C.) Company (Millville NJ)
Wheaton Glass (Millville NJ)
Whitall Tatum (Millville NJ)
Whitney Glass Works
Wright, Joe

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