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Tom Felt
11-23-2020
01:33 PM ET (US)
Sorry that the website it not up-to-date. Unfortunately for a variety of reasons we have not been able to update it recently and hope to have a new website up and running in 2021. Meanwhile, the Smith lighting monograph is available in our eBay store or by calling 304-566-7430. Tom
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ken nicol
11-23-2020
11:11 AM ET (US)
Was looking for the L.E. Smith #108 Lighting catalog but all I see is a to be announced deal. So is it going to be available again? Thanks
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TFELT@ma.rr.com
10-26-2020
09:55 AM ET (US)
Hi, George -

If Johan had any connection with the glass industry after he emigrated to the U.S., there is a good possibility that we might have some
information on him in our archives, since we have the complete
archives of the American Flint Glass Workers Union. Unfortunately, the vase bulk of that material is not indexed in any way. We have been transcribing obituaries, but I do not find Greiner/Griener listed. Sorry I can't be of any help. Tom at the Museum of American Glass in WV

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 I'm from upper NY State, have relatives in Germany who spell their name Griener, we met at a restaurant near my house. They, Griener, have a glass factory family in Germany, and raised questions regarding my great grandfather, emigrated to the US, pre-WW1. His name was
JOHAN, was born 1851, unk location in Germany. Just FYI, any contact with "family" would be appreciated, looking at continuance with family tree. Thank You
 George

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George Greiner
10-25-2020
11:14 AM ET (US)
I'm from upper NY State, have relatives in Germany who spell their name Griener, we met at a restaurant near my house. They, Griener, have a glass factory family in Germany, and raised questions regarding my great grandfather, emigrated to the US, pre-WW1. His name was JOHAN, was born 1851, unk location in Germany. Just FYI, any contact with "family" would be appreciated, looking at continuance with family tree. Thank You
George

greinerg27@gmail.com
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tfelt@ma.rr.com
10-15-2020
03:22 PM ET (US)
Hello, vmmill - No, I'm sorry, the museum does not often purchase glass, especially not of items that we already have examples of. Thank you for contacting us. Tom at the Museum of American Glass in WV
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Jesse
10-15-2020
08:27 AM ET (US)
say thanks to a lot for your web site it assists a lot.

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vmmill@gmail.com
10-14-2020
08:56 AM ET (US)
Hello I was given a jar from grandmother, that the lid says best buy.. 1930 was when it was made, there is numbers that match with the jar at the museum that you have. Do you buy
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tfelt@ma.rr.com
10-12-2020
01:30 PM ET (US)
Hi, Brittany. The American Thermos Bottle Company made many different thermos bottles over the years. Unfortunately, there are no reference sources that I am aware of to give you further information. Sorry I can't be more helpful.
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Brittany Bradley
10-11-2020
02:01 PM ET (US)
I recently found a American Thermos Bottle . the dates check out and im curious about more information. Please call me @ 3864906338
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tfelt@ma.rr.com
10-01-2020
01:24 PM ET (US)
I don't know a lot about Clico. I believe it was introduced around 1930.
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Anne
09-30-2020
02:58 PM ET (US)
I'm looking for some general info on McKees Clico pattern... when made especially. Thank you!
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christy
09-01-2020
02:36 AM ET (US)
it's nice to see people sharing their knowledge. in september i will do some cleaning in my home, i will send you some glasses to check.
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Onita
07-13-2020
11:47 AM ET (US)
Thanks, this site is really practical.

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Nancy Duffield
06-29-2020
01:29 PM ET (US)
I am looking for some information on these glasses. They are 8 inches high, were a gift in the mid to late 50s to a lady. She used them for ice cream
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wvmag@ma.rr.com
06-21-2020
09:51 AM ET (US)
Hi, Becky. The decoration on your plate is a cutting. It is not easy to identify cuttings in this style, since it is what would generically be called a laurel motif and versions of this cutting were done by many decorating companies.
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Becky J Dunlap
06-20-2020
02:29 PM ET (US)
Here’s a close-up of the etched pattern that we want to know more about. Appreciate everybody’s help with this.
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