|Title:||Harry Northwood: The Wheeling Years, 1901-1925|
|Format:||lrf doc lit rtf|
|ePUB size:||1179 kb|
|FB2 size:||1533 kb|
|DJVU size:||1274 kb|
|Publisher:||Antique Pubns (January 1, 1992)|
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Book by Heacock, William. Malaris I like this book for the pictures and photos.
Detailed history of the Northwood Glass Factory at Wheeling, West Virginia 1901-1925. Authors: William Heacock, James Measell & Berry Wiggins.
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mosser glass cherry thumbprint miniatue water set pitcher March 1st, 2019 - my book harry northwood the wheeling years has the large original water pitcher on page 96 258 the miniature mosser set was copied.
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Information contained in the Harry Northwood-The Wheeling Years, 1901-1925 compiled by Heacock, Measell, Wiggins states that inspiration for these epergnes surely came from England. This same book also states on pages 126 and 155 that the green opalescent epergne shown here, having differences where the trumpets fit into their holders, WAS ALSO MADE IN MARIGOLD! First packaged with three (epergnes) to a case, but soon thereafter, they were packaged separately.