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Wayne County's Glass: Window Panes to White House Crystal

810 Main Street, Honesdale Museum

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The society's entire glass collection is again on exhibit after five years in storage and pieces on loan to the Dorflinger Museum.Wayne County's Glass: Window Panes to White House Crystalincludes one hundred and fifty-six pieces of glass all produced in Wayne County from the 1820's to 1980's; more that a dozen tools used in the production of glass; cutting's stones and brushed; and several rare photographs of glass workers and the various cutting "shops" in the county. Representative pieces from the Bethany, Honesdale Glass and Honesdale Decorating, Hawley, Dorflinger, T. B. Clark, Hatch & Clark, Vetter, Maple City, Owanda, Irving, Clinton, Keystone, O'Connor, G. Wm. Sell, Kranz & Sell, Linke Companies, and more are on display. The work of Herman Neugenbauer, Louis Rickert, Ray LaTournous, C.C. Hook, and John Murphy, can also be seen.

 
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