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Pyrex Test Kitchen: Echoes from the Past
Publication Date: The Gather, (Autumn 2015/Winter 2016), pp. 9-10
Review of the exhibition "America's Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex." Includes profile of the Corning Glass Works test kitchen where home economists tested recipes, evaluated product designs, monitored consumer reviews, and trained sales staff.
Robert C. Friedrich collection of glassware advertisements, 1931-1957
his collection consists of magazine advertisements for glassware for the table and home. The U.S. American magazines "House and Garden" and "House Beautiful" are the primary sources of the advertisements. Companies represented include Steuben, Libbey, Cambridge, Fostoria, Blenko, Seneca, Westmoreland, Duncan, Heisey, Anchorglass, and others.
Dianne M. Williams collection on Pyrex, 1907-2010
The collected primary source materials assembled by Pyrex collector Dianne M. Williams are arranged into five series: (1) Advertisements, 1915-1980 ; (2) Photocopied Advertisements, 1915-1986 ; (3) Booklets, 1922-1943 ; (4) Ephemera, 1907-1949 ; (5) Dianne M. Williams Pyrex Book Manuscript, circa 2010.