Manufacturer Notes: Scranton Glass Company

1881 Goodwin Marcus A, sup Scranton Glass Co (Limited) G R ave cor 3d st h 8th st n G R ave
1881 Hines Samuel, supt H C & I Co 23 Library bl also pres Scranton Glass Co h 6 Wyoming Terrace
1881 Scranton Glass Company (Limited), M A Goodwin supt G R ave cor 3d st G R
1881 Glass Manufacturers. SCRANTON GLASS CO (Limited) M A Goodwin supt G R ave cor 3d G R
1881 Ad page 275

Scranton Glass Co., Limited,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Green and Amber Glass,
Special Attention Paid to Orders in Private Moulds.
Factory at Green Ridge. P. O. Address, Scranton, Pa.

1882 Goodwin Marcus A, sup Scranton Glass Co (Limited) h 8th n G R ave G R
1882 Hines Samuel, supt H C & I Co 23 Library bl also pres Scranton Glass Co h 439 Wyoming ave
1882 Scranton Glass Co (Limited), G R ave cor 3d st G R
1882 Glass Manufacturers. SCRANTON GLASS CO (Limited), G R ave cor 3d G R

1883 Goodwin Marcus A, sup S G Co h 1646 Monsey ave
1883 Hines Samuel, supt H C & I Co 23 Library bl also pres Scranton Glass Co h 6 Wyoming Terrace
1883 Scranton Glass Co (Limited), 301 Green Ridge

1884 Goodwin Marcus A, supt glass works h 1646 Muncey ave
1884 Hines Samuel, Prest H C & I Co 21 Library bl also Prest Scranton Glass Co h 406 Jefferson ave
1884 Scranton Glass Co (Limited), 301 Green Ridge

1885 Goodwin Marcus A, supt Scranton Glass Works h 1646 Monsey ave
1885 Hines Samuel, Prest H C & I Co also prest Scranton Glass Co h 406 Jefferson ave
1885 Scranton Glass Co (Limited), 301 Green Ridge
1885 Glass Manufacturers. Scranton Glass Co (Limited), 301 Green Ridge
1885 Scranton Glass Company (Limited).-301 to 329 Green Ridge street. Samuel Hines, President; C Henwood, Treasurer; M A Goodwin, Superintendent

1886 Goodwin Marcus A, superintendent Scranton Glass Co., limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge, h 1646 Monsey ave, G. R.
1886 Hines Samuel, President Erie Coal Co., h 406 Jefferson ave
1886 HENWOOD CHARLES, treas Scranton Glass Co., limited, 301 Green Ridge, G. R. and (Kaufhold & Co.), 501 Penn ave, and Henwood (Charles) & Co. (Sidney R. Henwood), druggists, 1901 N Main ave, h 2016 do, P.
1886 MATTHEWS CHARLES P., pres Scranton Glass co., Limited, and Charles P. Matthews & Son (Walter L.) flour, feed, grain, hay, 34 Lackawanna ave, h 427 N Washington ave
1886 Scranton Glass Co., Limited, (Charles P. Matthews Pres., (Charles Henwood Treas., and M. A. Goodwin, Supt.), bottle manufacturers, 301 to 329 Green Ridge, G. R.
1886 Bottles--Manufacturers of SCRANTON GLASS CO., Limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge, G. R.
1886 Glass Manufacturers. SCRANTON GLASS CO., Limited, 301-329 Green Ridge
1886 Scranton Glass Company (Limited).-301 to 329 Green Ridge street. C. P. Matthews, pres; C Henwood, treas; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C. P. Matthews, C. Henwood, E. P. Kinsbury, S. Hines, J. Tweed, W. W. Osmond

1887 Goodwin Marcus A, sup't Scranton Glass Co., limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge, h 1646 Monsey ave
1887 HENWOOD CHARLES & CO., (Sidney R. Henwood), druggists 1909 N. Main av; and treasurer Scranton Glass Co., limited, house 2016 N. Main av
1887 Osmond William W,, foreman Scranton Glass Co., house 1636 Dickson av
1887 Scranton Glass Co., limited, bottle manufacturers, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1887 Tweed John A., glass blower, also foreman Scranton Glass co., house 1612 Capouse av
1887 Bottles--Manufacturers of Scranton Glass Co., Limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1887 General Stores Scranton Glass Co., Limited, (Store) 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1887 Glass Manufacturers. SCRANTON GLASS CO., Limited, 301-329 Green Ridge
1887 Scranton Glass Company (Limited).-301 to 329 Green Ridge street. C. P. Matthews, pres; C Henwood, treas; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C. P. Matthews, C. Henwood, E. P. Kinsbury, S. Hines, J. Tweed, W. W. Osmond

1888 Goodwin Marcus A, supt. Scranton Glass Co., limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge, house 1646 Monsey av
1888 HENWOOD CHARLES & CO., (Sidney R. Henwood), druggists 1909 N. Main av; and treasurer Scranton Glass Co., limited, house 2016 N. Main av
1888 Osmond William W,, foreman Scranton Glass Co., house 1636 Dickson av
1888 Scranton Glass Co., bottle and fruit jar manufacturers, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1888 Tweed John A., glass blower, house 1612 Capouse av
1888 Wilcox Edward K., bookkeeper Scranton Glass co., house 617 Delaware av
1888 Bottles--Manufacturers of Scranton Glass Co., limited, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1888 General Stores Scranton Glass Co., limited, (store) 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1888 Glassware-- Manufacturers of. SCRANTON GLASS CO., 301-329 Green Ridge
1888 Scranton Glass Co. (Limited).-Capital, $100,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge street. C. P. Matthews, pres; C Henwood, treas; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C. P. Matthews, C. Henwood, E. P. Kinsbury, S. Hines, J. Tweed, W. W. Osmond

1889 Balldauff John, packer Scranton Glas Works, h 302 Green Ridge
1889 GOODWIN MARCUS A., supt. Scranton Glass Co., 301 to 329 Green Ridge, also treas and manager Scranton Jar and Stopper Co, house 1646 Monsey av (see adv opp page 84
1889 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) also secy and treasurer Scranton Wood Working Co, and treas Scranton Glass Co., house 2016 N. Main av
1889 Matthews Charles P. (Charles P, Matthews' Son & Co), also pres Scranton Glass Co, house 427 N Washington av
1889 Scranton Glass Co., bottle and fruit jar manufacturers, M A Goodwin supt, 329 Green Ridge (See adv opp page 84)
1889 Bottle Manufacturers SCRANTON GLASS Co., 301 to 329 Green Ridge [See opp page 84]
1889 Bottle Stopper Manufacturers SCRANTON JAR AND STOPPER CO., 301 to 329 Green Ridge [See opp page 84]
1889 Glass SCRANTON GLASS CO., 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1889 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301-329 Green Ridge street. C. P. Matthews, pres; E. P. Kingsbury, vice-pres; C Henwood, treas; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C P Matthews, C Henwood, E P Kinsbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, Wm Crickler.
1889 Ad Page 84

SCRANTON
JAR & STOPPER
COMPANY,
Manufactures of the Celebrated
HOWE & BLOESER FRUIT JAR, ALSO,
THE HOWE MILK JAR,
THE BEST EVER MANUFACTURED
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ALSO
SCRANTON GLASS CO.
Manufactures of all kinds of
Hollow Ware, Soda and Beer Flasks and Wine Bottles
also, Druggists' Ware.
For Prices and Inforamtion apply at office, at Works, Green Ridge

1890 Goodwin Marcus A., supt h 1646 Monsey av
1890 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) also sec and treasurer Scranton Wood Working Co, and treas Scranton Glass Co, house 2016 N. Main av
1890 Scranton Glass Co., M A Goodwin supt, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1890 Bottle Manufacturers SCRANTON GLASS Co., 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1890 Bottle Stopper Manufacturers SCRANTON JAR AND STOPPER CO., 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1890 Glass SCRANTON Works, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1890 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge st. J H Steele, pres; E. P. Kingsburg, vice-pres; C Henwood, treas; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C P Matthews, C Henwood, E P Kinsbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, Wm Crickler, N C Van Stork.

1891 Goodwin Marcus A., supt h 1646 Monsey av
1891 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) also sec and treas Scranton Wood Working Co, and treas Scranton Glass Co, house 2016 N. Main av
1891 Scranton Glass Co., M A Goodwin supt, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1891 Bottle Manufacturers SCRANTON GLASS Co., 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1891 Bottle Stopper Manufacturers SCRANTON JAR AND STOPPER CO., 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1891 Glass SCRANTON Works, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1891 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, president; E. P. Kingsbury, vice-president; C Henwood, secretary and treasuer; M A Goodwin, superintendent. Directors--C P Matthews, C Henwood, E P Kingsbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, T C Snover, A Francois, J J Williams

1892 Goodwin Marcus A., supt h 1646 Monsey av
1892 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) also sec and treas Scranton Glass Co, and sec and treas Scranton Wood Working Co, house 2016 N. Main av
1892 SCRANTON GLASS CO., M. A. Goodwin supt, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1892 Spaulding Edward C., book-keeper Scranton Glass co, bds 814 Green Ridge
1892 Steell Joseph H. (Joseph H. Steell & Co, also pres Scranton Glass Co), h 829 Linden
1892 Bottle Manufacturers Scranton Glass Works, 301 to 309 Green Ridge
1892 Glass SCRANTON Glass Works, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1892 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, pres; E. P. Kingsbury, v. pres; C Henwood, sec and tres; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C P Matthews, C Henwood, E P Kinsgbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, T C Snover, A Francois, J J Williams

1893 Goodwin Marcus A., supt Scranton Glass Co., h 1646 Monsey av
1893 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) and sec and tres Scranton Wood Working Co, and Scranton Glass Co, house 2016 N. Main av
1893 SCRANTON GLASS CO., M. A. Goodwin supt, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1893 Bottle Mfrs. Scranton Glass Co. 301 to 309 Green Ridge
1893 Bottle Mfrs. Scranton Jar and Stopper Co. 332 Green Ridge
1893 Glass Mfrs. Scranton Glass Works, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1893 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, pres; E P Kingsbury, v-pres; C Henwood, sec and tres; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors, C P Matthews, C Henwood, H A Kingsbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, T C Snover, A Francois, J J Williams

1894 Goodwin Marcus A., supt Scranton Glass Co., h 1646 Monsey av
1894 Henwood Charles, (Charles Henwood & Co.) and sec and tres Scranton Wood Working Co Ltd, and Scranton Glass Co, house 2016 N. Main av
1894 SCRANTON GLASS CO., M. A. Goodwin supt, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1894 Steell Joseph H (Beadle & Steell) (Joseph H. Steell & co), and pres Scranton Glass Co. h 829 Linden
1894 Bottle Mfrs. Scranton Glass Co. 301 to 309 Green Ridge
1894 Bottle Mfrs. Scranton Jar and Stopper Co. 332 Green Ridge
1894 Glass Mfrs. Scranton Glasswks, 301 to 329 Green Ridge
1894 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 329 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, pres; E P Kingsbury, vice-pres; C Henwood, sec and tres; M A Goodwin, supt. Directors--C P Matthews, C Henwood, H A Kingsbury, S Hines, M A Goodwin, T C Snover, A Francois, J J Williams

1895 SCRANTON GLASS CO E C Spaulding, sec 301 to 329 Green Ridge (see adv)
1895 Scranton Jar and Stopper Co H N Dean, supt 332 Green Ridge
1895 BOTTLE MFRS. Scranton Glass Co, 301-329 Green Ridge (see page 505)
1895 BOTTLE MFRS. Scranton Jar and Stopper Co, 332 Green Ridge
1895 GLASS MFRS. SCRANTON GLASS CO, 301 to 350 Green Ridge (see page 505)
1895 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 350 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, pres; E P Kingsbury, vice-pres; E. C. Spaulding, sec.; C. Henwood, treas.; G. B. Warren, supt. Directors--Wm Osmond, C. Henwood, J. H. Steell, E. P. Kingsbury, S. Hines, T. C. von Storch, charles Schlager, A. L. Francois, Thomas Moore, Alfred Harvey
1895 Ad page 505

J. H. STEELL, President. E. P. KINGSBURY, Vice-President
CHARLES HENWOOD, Treasurer. G. B. Warren, Gen. Manager.
E. C. SPAULDING, Secretary.
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Scranton Glass Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OD
Green and Amber Glass,
302 to 350 GREEN RIDGE STREET
New York Office, 59 MURRAY ST. SCRANTON, PA.

1896 SCRANTON GLASS CO 301 to 351 Green Rdg, G B Warren sec and treas
1896 BOTTLE MFRS. Scranton Glass Co, 301-329 Green Rdg
1896 GLASS MFRS. Scranton Glass Co, 301 to 351 Green Rdg
1896 Scranton Glass Co.-Capital, $150,000. 301 to 350 Green Ridge st. J H Steell, pres; E P Kingsbury, vice-pres; G. B. Warren, sec and gen. mgr; C. Henwood, treas. Directors--William Osmond, C. Henwood, J. H. Snell, E. P. Kingsbury, S. Hines, T. C. von Storch, Chas. Schlager, A. L. Francois, Thomas Moore, Alrfed Harvey

1897 - Not Searched

1898 BOTTLE MFRS. Scranton Glass Co, 301-329 Green Rdg (no white page listings)
1898 Scranton Glass co.--capital $150,000, 301 to 350 Green Ridge, J. H. Stelle, pres.; E. P. Kingsbury, vice-pres.; G. B. Warren, sec.; C. Henwood, treas.

1899 BOTTLE MFRS. Scranton Glass Co, 301-329 Green Rdg (no white page listings)
1899 Scranton Glass co.--capital $150,000, 301 to 350 Green Ridge, J. H. Stelle, pres.; E. P. Kingsbury, vice-pres.; G. B. Warren, sec.; C. Henwood, treas.

Scranton Directories
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The Scranton Glass Company was organized under the limited act in 1881, the company consisting of Charles P. Matthews, president, and Samuel Hines, E. P. Kingsbury, Charles Henwood, M. A. Goodwin, and M. C. Carr, the latter being secretary and treasurer, and Mr. Goodwin, who in fact secured the establishment of the enterprise, superintendent. The capital at first was $15,000.00, and it has since been increased from time to time until now it is $150,000.00. In commencing operation the ground upon which their works are located at the corner of Mylert and Albright avenues, was leased for five years, and the necessary buildings erected ready for work to commence in May, 1881, with about thirty-five men. The buildings contain large furnaces, pots, annealing ovens, and other contrivances, and employment is now given during ten months of the year to three hundred and fifty men. The capacity of the works now is about $250,000.00 worth of glassware per year. The company was incorporated November 11, 1887, with the following officers: C. P. Matthews, president; E, P. Kingsbury, vice president; Charles Henwood, secretary and treasurer, and M. A. Goodwin, general manager and superintendent. The pay roll of this company amounts to about $10,000.00 per month. The goods manufactured consists exclusively of hollow glassware.

Crew, Harvey W.; History of Scranton, Penn. (Dayton, United Brethren Publishing House, 1891)
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Sidney Berry Whitlock, son of Edward and Ellen Maria (Boyle) Whitlock, was born April i, 1860, at New Milford, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania. He received such education as was afforded by the public schools of New Milford; was then employed by the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company, at Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he remained for several years. He then became associated with the Scranton Glass Company and represented them in Philadelphia until 1896. Meanwhile he engaged in the glass manufacturing business at Baltimore, Maryland, and later became financially interested in the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company of Wheeling, West Virginia. He represents the last mentioned company with offices at 256 Broadway, New York City.

Jordon, John W.; Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania Biography Volume III (New York, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1914)
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The Scranton Glass Works, employing 800 men and boys, idle the past few months, have resumed, working day and night on green and amber glass orders.

Gettysburg Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania) October 31, 1893
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Reports From Various Parts of the
Country.

SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 28.--All the mines of the Hillside Coal company and of the Erie railroad north of this city were yesterday ordered to work full time. The Scranton Glass company has started its No. 2 factory after five months' idleness. Van Alen & Co.'s rolling mill and nail factory at Northumberland yesterday went on double turn, employing 300 men.

Lowell Daily Sun (Lowell, Massachusetts) November 28, 1893
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Various Industries Throughout the Country Resume Operations.

SCRANTON, Penn., Feb. 26. -- The Scranton Glass Company resumed work at No. 2 tank furnace this morning. This furnace is one of the largest in the United States. It has been idle more than two months. Tank No. 1 is also preparing for operations, while Tank No. 3 was obliged to suspend Friday because of an accident. Employment is given to more than 500 men and boys, who will work day and night.

The New York Times (New York, New York) February 27, 1894
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Glass Works Resume Operations.

SCRANTON, Penna., Dec. 12.--The Scranton Glass Works started up one factory today, giving employment to 175 men. The works will have 700 men working inside of a month, with orders enough to insure work all season.

The New York Times (New York, New York) December 13, 1894
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SCRANTON GLASS CO IN TROUBLE
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Its New York Office Attached--Judg-
ments for Large Amounts Entered.

Deputy Sheriff McGinnis, yesterday, took charge of the New York office at No. 61 Murray street of the Scranton Glass Company, manufacturer of fruit jars, bottles and druggists' wares, at Scranton, Pa., on an attachment for $1,162 in favor of Wing & Evans. A dispatch to Bradstreet's' says that judgment notes for $40,000 have been entered against the company. The business was started in 1882 and incorporated in 1887 with a capital stock of $100,000, which was afterwards increased to $150,000. The company has a large plant at Scranton valued at over $125,000, and there is a bonded debt of $75,000, The assets have heretofore been inventoried at $350,000,

Middletown Daily Argus (Middletown, New York) January 10, 1895
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More Work for Glassmakers

SCRANTON, Penn., April 9.--Tank No. 3 of the Scranton Glass Works began "double-turn" operations to-day, and this will be continued during the remainder of the season. This will give employment to nearly 200 more workmen. The tank had been idle since the glass-making season began last Fall.

The New York Times (New York, New York) April 10, 1895
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The Scranton Glass Company with offices at 61 Murray street have made an assignment. J. H. Steel is president of the company, which operated a large plant at Scranton, Pa. The concern was little known to the city trade. They began business in 1882; were incorporated with capital of $100,000 in 1887. The capital was afterward increased to $150,000. The company expects to adjust matters and resume shortly.

The Western Druggist Vol. XVII, 1895 (Chicago, G. P. Engelhard & Co., 1895)
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--If citizens of Honesdale will loan $10,000 to twenty Scranton glass blowers, who have raised a considerable sum of money among themselves, the Honesdale glass works will be started up.

Middletown Daily Argus (Middletown, New York) October 7, 1895
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....stated that the Acme Glass Co. had been started in 1895 by men from Scranton......

Toulouse, Julian Harrison; Bottle Makers and Their Marks (New York, Thomas Nelson, Inc., 1971)
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CHARTERS OF CORPORATIONS

The Scranton Glass Manufacturing |Said corporation is formed for the purpose of manufacturing and | Scranton
Company | selling of glass of all kinds, and to have the right to acquire, |
Capital Stock, $50,000 | hold, use and dispose of such inventions and processes as may |
May 25, 1899 | be useful in the manufacture of glass of any kind. |

Stone, William A.; Laws of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Passed at the Session of 1899 (Wm. Stanley Ray, 1899)
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DETAILED REPORT OF STATE TREASURER
Receipts for the month of May, 1899

Scranton Glass manufacturing Company, bonus on
Charter,......................................................166 67

Barnett, James E.; Report of the State Treasurer on the Finances of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the Year Ending November 30, 1899. (Wm. Stanley Ray, 1900)
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DETAILED REPORT OF STATE TREASURER
Receipts for the month of January, 1901

Scranton Glass manufacturing Company, bonus on
Charter, increased capital stock,.............................833 34

Beacom, James S.; Report of the State Treasurer on the Finances of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the Year Ending November 30, 1901. (Wm. Stanley Ray, 1902)
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

EDWARD A. LEVICK, OF DURYEA, PENNSYLVANIA, ASSIGNOR OF TWO-THIRDS TO THE SCRANTON GLASS MFG. COMPANY.

BOTTLE-CLOSURE.
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SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 705,103, dated July 22, 1902.
Application filed July 16, 1901, Serial No. 68,486. (no model.)
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582 | Scranton Glass Mfg. Co., ........| Moosic, ...................| Glass bottles, ..........

Campbell, James; Thirteenth Annual Report of the Factory Inspector of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the Year 1902 (Wm. Stanley Ray, 1903)
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SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY 3's
Kensington Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa..........................*1,000
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*Book Value
|Amount Invested

Poor's Handbook of Investors' Holdings (New York, Poor's Railroad Manual Co., 1908)
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77,405 of the notation "Sanitop" as a trademark for use on identical goods glass bottles. The registration dated April 5, 1910, is in the name of Anthony F. McDonnell.

The Federal Reporter, Volume 154 (1946)
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1910 Census Pennsylvania Lackawanna Dunmore Ward 6 District 31

1341 Jefferson Ave

McDonald Anthony Son M W 33 S Pennsylvania Wholesale Merchant (?) glass
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SCRANTON
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Scranton Glass Co., 1341 Jefferson Av.--- Mfrs. Bottles
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Hayes, D. O., & Co.; The Era Druggists' Directory 18th Edition- 1916 (New York, D. O. Hayes & Co., 1916)
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World War I Draft Registration Card

2178

Anthony Francis McDonnell
1341 Jefferson Ave, Dunmore, Penna.

Age 42 Birth Date June 26, 1876

Occupation: Merchant Employer: My Self

Employer Address: 1339 Jefferson Ave, Dunmore, PA

Sept 12, 1918
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BOTTLES
When you want Bottles write to us
and ask for samples and prices

We have been supplying some bottlers for thirteen
years continuously, which is assurance to you that
quality, price and service are right. We can supply
any kind of bottle you want, in any size, shape or color.

Our Specialty is TONICS, 5's and 6's
in flint, amber or green glass.

SCRANTON GLASS CO., Scranton PA.

Strong, Henry R.; The National Druggist (Saint Louis, Henry R. Strong, 1920)
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1920 Census Pennsylvania Lackawanna Dunmore Ward 6 District 52

1341 Jefferson Ave

McDonald Anthony Brother M W 44 S Pennsylvania Glass Salesman
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"EIGHTEEN calls, sold forty 20c boxes Owl Self-Shining (Oriental) Stove Polish. Made $4.80." Amazes, delights; permanent business; friendly customers; sells itself. Scranton Glass Co. Jefferson Avenue, Scranton, Penna,

Popular Mechanics Magazine Vol. 23 No. 2, February 1925 (Chicago)
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Business Entity Name Entity Number Type Status Entity Creation Date

SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY 2476926 Fictitious Names Active 12/18/1918 
SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY County Orphan County Orphan 11/10/1887 
THE SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED County Orphan County Orphan 10/27/1885 
THE SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED County Orphan County Orphan 2/26/1881 
THE SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED County Orphan County Orphan 3/3/1884 
THE SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED County Orphan County Orphan 10/26/1886 
THE SCRANTON GLASS COMPANY, LIMITED County Orphan County Orphan 11/30/1881 
THE SCRANTON GLASS MANUFACTURING COMPANY County Orphan County Orphan 6/21/1899

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