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" data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-3768 size-medium" title="Quart size "MASON'S PATENT NOV 30TH 1858" style fruit jar with "W C D / 81" on the base." src="https:// alt=""MASON'S PATENT NOV 30TH 1858" style fruit jar with "WCD / 81" on the base." width="187" height="300" srcset="https:// https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 187px) 100vw, 187px" /Base of WCD fruit jar made by W. Wrege Indiana History Room, New Albany-Floyd County Public Library)" src="https:// Pauw-Glass-Company-workers-circa-1882-high-color-high-filesize-1030x664.jpg" alt="Window house glass workers, Star Glass Works (photo courtesy New Albany Floyd County Public Library)" width="640" height="413" srcset="https:// Pauw-Glass-Company-workers-circa-1882-high-color-high-filesize-1030x6641030w, https:// Pauw-Glass-Company-workers-circa-1882-high-color-high-filesize-300x193300w, https:// Pauw-Glass-Company-workers-circa-1882-high-color-high-filesize-768x495768w" sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" / This photograph was taken showing the glass workers of the window glass department (“Window House”) of the Star Glass Works (W. De Pauw Glass Co.) factory in New Albany, Indiana, date unknown but possibly circa 1882.
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These would include bottles blown for (marked): Madison Original Ale – John Fennell; Schnabel & Nadorff; Adam Bez; Shuck’s West End Ale; Coleman & Co.; Oberriella & Lehman and Jennerich & Epping.
All are also lettered with the city name “LOUISVILLE, KY”. It is(not proven) that the Clasped hands / Eagle flask listed in the Mc Kearin flask chart as GXII-12 is a product of Star Glass Works. (The star-marked base type is deemed “Type 14” in the landmark reference work on flasks – “American Bottles and Flasks and their Ancestry” by Helen Mc Kearin and Kenneth Wilson, 1978). They are found in 3 sizes, and in a range of colors including aqua, yellow amber, olive amber and citron.
The first article I’ve found that specifically mentions his second glass works as being under construction appears in the New Albany Daily Ledger, July 8, 1869, on page 2: “Capt.