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    • 1940

    Two-page article from the "News Edition" of the magazine of the American Chemical Society profiling Dr. Eugene Cornelius Sullivan (1872-1962).

    Eugene C. Sullivan was born on January 23, 1872 in Elgin, Illinois and…

    • The Art of Glass
    • 1612

    This early treatise on the chemistry and technology of glassmaking by Antonio Neri revealed the closely guarded secrets of Venetian glassmaking for the first time. The main part of the text deals with the coloring of…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of master glassblower Rex Badder measuring the coils on a nine-foot continuous reactor manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of master glassblower Hugh Morrison blowing through a tube while Wayne Doehring winds glass onto a mandril to form a coil. This photograph was taken in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of crew leader Stan Mikols (left) and Dale Snyder examining a blueprint used to manufacture a piece of glass in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of Wesley Smith filling an absolute pressure gauge manufactured at the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department with mercury. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible for the fabrication…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of Dick Kowalczyk welding a side arm onto a glass polymerizer manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible for the fabrication and…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of Bill Pahl alternately heating and compressing a glass tube, part of a semi-microfractionation column manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of Merlyn Smith molding a flange on a six-inch pipe manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible for the fabrication and repair of…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of Wayne Doehring placing a glass polymerizer into the annealing furnace in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible for the fabrication and…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of apprentice Carl Goetz blowing out a distillation head of a glass tube manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible for the…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of glassblower Joe Skalnican using an automatic calibrating machine to apply calibration marks to a piece of glass manufactured in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925,…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of shop foreman Ken Altman (left) and Francis Parkinson, Jr. examining assorted glassware produced in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the department was responsible…

    • 1957-Oct-02

    General view of glassblower Bill Schwartz applying internal pressure to fuse and close the end of a small vacuum-jacketed column in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. Founded in 1925, the…

    • 1952

    View of two workers shaping assorted laboratory glassware in the Dow Chemical Company's Glass Fabrication department. The man on the left (closest to the camera) is seen using a table-top blow torch to heat glass, while…

    • after 1895

    View of a worker transferring a finished ware to the tempering over at a Glass Works factory in New Jersey. This photograph is one of a set of five stereographs detailing the production of blown-glass bottles.

    • after 1895

    View of two workers rolling and shaping a bottle neck at a Glass Works factory in New Jersey. This photograph is one of a set of five stereographs detailing the production of blown-glass bottles.

    • after 1895

    View of a worker preparing to finish a bottle neck at a Glass Works factory in New Jersey. This photograph is one of a set of five stereographs detailing the production of blown-glass bottles.

    • after 1895

    View of a worker blowing and turning a bottle in a mold at a Glass Works factory in New Jersey. This photograph is one of a set of five stereographs detailing the production of blown-glass bottles.

    • after 1895

    View of several workers using compressed air to blow glass into the shape of a mold at a Glass Works factory in New Jersey. This photograph is one of a set of five stereographs detailing the production of blown-glass…

    • after 1895

    View of a worker removing a flattened sheet of glass from a lehr, a temperature-controlled kiln used to slowly cool hot glass, at an unidentified factory. This photograph is one of a set of seven stereographs detailing…

    • after 1895

    View of a worker blowing pipettes for laboratory use at an unidentified factory. This photograph is one of a set of three stereographs detailing the production of glass tubing and pipettes.

    • after 1895

    View of two workers shaping special kinds of glass tubing at an unidentified factory. This photograph is one of a set of three stereographs detailing the production of glass tubing and pipettes.

    • after 1895

    View of two workers drawing out glass tubing to make chemical apparatus at an unidentified factory. This photograph is one of a set of three stereographs detailing the production of glass tubing and pipettes.

    • after 1895

    View of a worker transferring a cylinder of glass into a flattening oven at an unidentified factory. This photograph is one of a set of seven stereographs detailing the production of glass sheets.