The chain of evidence continues : additional insights into the cut glass design work of William C. Anderson for the Libbey Glass Company and the American Cut Glass Company / by LindaJo Hare for the William C. Anderson Study Group.

Title: 
The chain of evidence continues : additional insights into the cut glass design work of William C. Anderson for the Libbey Glass Company and the American Cut Glass Company / by LindaJo Hare for the William C. Anderson Study Group.
Author/Artist: 
Hare, LindaJo, author
Description: 
558 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Other Authors: 
William C. Anderson Study Group.
William C. Anderson Study Group. Chain of evidence.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
144128
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Location: 
Secured Stacks
Call Number: 
NK5112.54.W71a
Location: 
Stacks
Call Number: 
NK5112.54.W71a
Notes: 
"The first book, Chain of Evidence by Leigh Emmerson for the Anderson Study Group, was published in January of 2006 and summarized the biographical, company, and pattern information available through 2006. This second book presents new information about the American Cut Glass Company and the most comprehensive review of the cut glass design work of William C. Anderson for both the Libbey Glass Company and the American Cut Glass Company"--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 535-541) and indexes.
c. 1-2 Gift; LindaJo Hare; 2015
Anderson designed cut glass for Libbey Glass Company as well as managed and later owned the American Cut Glass Company.
Contents: 
Setting the stage for the topic --
The American Cut Glass Company 1896-1915 --
Anderson design patents and Libbey attributions --
Patterns from the collection of the heirs & other special pieces --
Understanding the Anderson design code --
Designs of the American Cut Glass Company --
Families that highlight geometric cutting --
Families that feature floral and leaf designs --
Concluding thoughts --
Design patent summary for William C. Anderson, Patrick Healy, and the Libbey Glass Company's other designers --
A comparison of "Anne" and similar work of other companies --
Comparison of "Bubble flower" patterns --
American Cut Glass Company patterns signed with the star-in-a-circle --
"Oasis"/Palm information --
Not attributed to Anderson design --
A quick comparison of Neola, "Mary", and Bermuda --
Supplementary information about the American Cut Glass Company --
List of articles published in The Hobstar --
The mystery of a master cutter [Marilyn] --
One of the richest pieces [Anderson bowl] --
Solving another mystery [Fredericka] --
A case of mistaken identity??? [Anne] --
The Anderson-Locke tray --
Anderson's "pocket dish" --
An important photograph [New England Glass Co.] --
Research drudgery can yield surprises [pocket dish patents].
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG object: 99.4.77, p. 178, 516-517.