The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company Records, 1851-1991

MSS-066

Size: 88 linear ft.

 

Provenance: Received from Libbey-Owens-FordCompany in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1996, and 1998.

Access: OPEN

Collection Summary: This large collection of corporate records includes materials ranging from formal board of directors' minutes to personal photos of individuals involved with the company's history. Administrative records include corporate record books from LOF and its predecessors: Edward Ford Plate Glass Company (1899-1930), Toledo Glass Company (1895-1931), Libbey-Owens Glass Company (1916-1933), and subsidiaries. Annual reports from LOF Glass Company (1930-1982) and the Pilkington Group (1988-) provide summaries of corporate activities. Corporate file records (1895-1958) deal primarily with contracts, subsidiaries, and notably a government anti-trust investigation of LOF (1930-1948). Publications, speeches, and reports created by LOF employees and others include manuscripts and research notes from two company-sponsored corporate histories, corporate newsletters (1939-1980), and general glass industry materials. The single largest series in the collection focuses on sales and promotion. There are files on 50 distributors and dealers of LOF products across the U.S. (1930s-1970s), press releases (1946-1984), and advertising yearbooks and scrapbooks (1851-1977). "Glass at Work" files serve as a valuable source of information on the actual uses of LOF products, as well as the advertising department's use of "real life" applications for promotional purposes. They include files on glazing in everything from airports to homes (1945-1986).

Subjects: Architecture, Business and Commerce and Education and Schools.

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by: Barbara Shirk, Heidi Yeager, and April Dougal, January, 1992 and Marsha Weatherspoon, December, 1998; last updated: June, 2014.

 

Historical Timeline

 

1818

The New England Glass Company of East Cambridge, Massachusetts is founded. New England Glass produces high-quality blown and pressed glass for home use. Its engraved glass becomes a particular specialty.

1843

January 21 Edward Ford born in Greenville, Indiana, son of ―Captain‖ John B Ford (1811-1903)

1854

April 17 Edward Drummond Libbey born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, son of William L. Libbey, later manager of New England Glass.

1859

January 1 Michael J. Owens born in Mason County, Virginia (now West Virginia).

1867

Captain John Ford and his sons, Edward and Emory, establish their first plate glass plant in New Albany, Indiana

1878

The American Flint Glass workers Union founded in Pittsburgh.

1880

The Fords organize a new plate glass company at Creighton, Pennsylvania following failure of New Albany venture; the original company name, New York Plate Glass Co., was later changed to Pittsburgh Plate Glass.

1883

William L. Libbey dies; Edward takes over management of New England Glass.

1887

Falling sales of decorative glass and labor troubles lead Edward Drummond Libbey to visit other cities in search of less expensive natural gas and labor; he comes to Toledo late in the year and reaches agreement to move the factory there.

1888

August. Michael Owens begins work at Libbey Glass Company and becomes a supervisor three months later.

1888

August 17. First glass workers from East Cambridge arrive at Toledo‘s railroad station and are warmly greeted.

1890

New England Glass begins production of electric light bulbs for General Electric. The large contract improves the company‘s gloomy financial picture.

1892

New England Glass changes its name to The Libbey Glass Company.

1893

Libbey gambles on a $250,000 investment in a model glass plant at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The Libbey factory attracts nationwide attention and improves sales of Libbey Glass.

1895

December 17. Toledo Glass Company incorporated to exploit early semi-automatic glass-blowing machines of Michael J. Owens.

1897

Fords leave Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. over dispute about distributorships. Edward Ford decides to open a new plate glass factory in Toledo.

1898

Construction started on Ford plate glass plant in Rossford, Ohio.

1899

Irving W. Colburn (1861-1917), a Pennsylvania inventor, begins experiments which result in a sheet glass machine.

1899

Production of plate glass at Edward Ford‘s Rossford plant begins; Edward Ford Plate Glass Company incorporated November 11.

1902

Owens and associates complete work on first fully successful automatic bottle-blowing machine (known as ―Machine Number Four‖); within a few years the machine‘s successor (―Machine A‖) revolutionizes the glass container industry.

1903

Owens Bottle Machine Company incorporated.

1904

American Flint Glass Workers Union headquarters moved to Toledo.

1906

August. Colburn Machine Glass Co. formed. The company installs drawing machines at two factories in 1908 but goes bankrupt in 1911 before the technology prefect

1907

First machine-blown glass tumblers.

1907

Nicholas Building becomes headquarters for Libbey Glass and Owens bottle.

1912

Toledo Glass Company buys Colburn's patents; Colburn hired soon after.

1913

November. Work begins on refining Colburn process at Toledo Glass experimental plant. On Thanksgiving (November 25) the first draw of sheet glass at Toledo Glass Co. takes place.

1916

Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company organized.

1917

First Libbey-Owens plant opened in Charleston, West Virginia.

1919

First machine-made glass tubing produced by process developed by Edward Danner in Toledo.

1919

Owens Bottle Machine Company changes name to Owens Bottle Company.

1920

Edward Ford dies; son George Ross Ford becomes President and Treasurer of Edward Ford Plate Glass Company.

1923

December 27. Michael Owens dies in Toledo.

1925

Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass begins investigating laminated safety glass processes.

1925

November 13. Edward Drummond Libbey dies in Toledo.

1926

Ford Plate Glass obtained license for Bicheroux process for casting plate glass through water -cooled rollers.

1928

First laminated auto safety glass produced by Libbey-Owens-Ford.

1929

Illinois Glass Co. of Alton, Illinois absorbed by Owens Bottle Co.; the new corporation is known as Owens-Illinois Glass Co. Over the next several years, Owens-Illinois, now the largest glass company in the world, purchases several smaller glass companies.

1930

Edward Ford Plate Glass Company and Libbey-Owens Glass Company merge to form Libbey-Owens -Ford Glass Company.

1930-31

Empire State Building constructed using Libbey-Owens-Ford glass.

1933

New line of tableware designed by A. Douglas Nash introduced by Libbey Glass; discontinued in 1935 because of poor sales.

1934

Owens -Illinois exhibit at Chicago ―Century of Progress‖ fair features a glass block building with a fifty-foot tower.

1935

Owens-Illinois moves into former Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Co. building on Madison Avenue (the large illuminated O-I sign was installed in 1955).

1935

Owens-Illinois Glass Company acquires assets of Libbey Glass, which becomes a subsidiary and later an operating division.

1938

First machine-blown glass stemware produced by Libbey.

1938

Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation formed by Owens-Illinois and Corning Glass works to pursue research and development of fiberglass. Company headquarters established in Toledo, although manufacturing operations are located elsewhere.

1939

Owens-Illinois and Libbey-Owens Ford exhibit at New York World‘s Fair.

1940

Modern America series of tableware, the last line of handmade Libbey Glass, released; discontinued 1943 because of war restrictions.

1943

Libbey Glass becomes an operating division of Owens-Illinois.

1946

Libbey-Owens-Ford Thermopane factory opened to manufacture insulated window glass.

1951

Declaration of Independence and Constitution sealed in Thermopane glass at National Archives.

1959

Owens-Illinois selected as one of the thirty Dow-Jones Industrial Average stocks.

1960

Libbey-Owens-Ford‘s new headquarters building opens in downtown Toledo. ―Glass wall‖ architectural style used.

1966

LOF licenses float-glass process for production of plate glass from Pilkington Ltd.

1968

Libbey Glass celebrates 150th anniversary.

1969

Fiberglas Tower, headquarters building for Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., completed.

1971

Plasti-Shield soft drink bottles with foam covering test-marketed by Owens-Illinois.

1982

Owens-Illinois moves into new world headquarters building at One Seagate.

1983

Owens Bottle Machine chosen as an International Historic Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

1985

Glassmaking operations of Libbey-Owens-Ford acquired by Pilkington Ltd.; LOF‘s other divisions are split off and become TRINOVA Corp.

1987

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Company acquires Owens-Illinois; the Libbey division‘s name is changed to Libbey Glass Incorporated.

 

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company range from formal minutes of the company’s board of directors to personal photos of individuals involved with the company’s history.  The materials date from 1851 to the present, and include documents on a multi-national leader in the glass industry, L-O-F’s parent company, Pilkington plc.  Major figures in the corporate entity include Edward Ford (1843-1920), Michael Joseph Owens (1859-1923), and Edward Drummond Libbey (1854-1925)
            Administrative records in the collection include corporate record books from L-O-F and its predecessors:  Edward Ford Plate Glass Company (1899-1930), Toledo Glass Company (1895-1931), Libbey-Owens Glass Company (1916-1933), and other subsidiaries.  Annual reports from Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company (1930-1982) and the Pilkington Group (1988- ) provide summaries of corporate activities.  They are found in boxes 4 and 5.  Corporate file records (1895-1958) deal primarily with contracts, subsidiaries, and notably a government anti-trust investigation of L-O-F (1930-1948).  Government publications are found in box 5, folders 26-28 and box 14, folders 1-10.
            Publications, speeches, and reports created by employees of L-O-F comprise a significant portion of the collection.  A manuscript copy of The Roots Grow Deep (1956), a history of L-O-F by Earl Aiken along with his research materials, as well as materials related to the publication of William Fairchild’s Fire & Sand (the second book in the L-O-F trilogy) are included in this series.  Company publications consist primarily of newsletters, including:  Batch (1939-1941), Glassic, (1939-1983), L.O.F. News and Views (1944-1953), L.O.F. News (1954-1961), OLO Echoes (1953, 1961), L.O.F. Newsletter (1969-1974), and the Shield (1970-1980).  These publications provide information on labor relations, especially management’s efforts at promoting good industrial relations.  They also feature photos of women at work during World War II.
            Publications that pertain to glass manufacturing and advertising, generally include: bibliographies (1950-1961), glass industry periodicals, and works on the career of Irving Wightman Colburn, the inventor of the Colburn process for making flat glass.  Pamphlets from the 1893 and 1934 World’s Fairs feature Libbey and Owens-Illinois displays.  Government hearing publications relating to the glass industry date from 1957 to 1969 and include United States Tariff Commission reports (see box 14, folders 1-10).
            The single largest series in the L-O-F collection focuses on sales and promotion of Libbey-Owens-Ford products and is delineated into several subseries.  There are files on 50 distributors and dealers of L-O-F products across the United States dating from the 1930s to the 1970s.  Press releases issued by the company date from 1946 to 1984.  Indexes to those releases are located in box 24, folder 13 (1976-1980), and box 25, folder 9. (1981).  Advertising yearbooks chronicle L-O-F’s print campaigns from 1932 to 1977.  Scrapbooks compiled by the advertising department date from 1851 to 1969, and include a scrapbook prepared by the Saturday Evening Post  to document L-O-F advertising in that publication (1927-1966).  These materials document promotional efforts at L-O-F and its predecessors.  They reflect changes in the national advertising industry over time, and may also be used in sociological studies of advertising.
            “Glass at Work” files comprise a large portion of the sales and promotion series and serve as a valuable source of information on the actual uses of L-O-F products, as well as the advertising department’s use of “real-life” applications of L-O-F products for promotional purposes.  These files are broken down into several categories of applications. 
            Commercial buildings files include glazings in airports (1955-75); hospitals and clinics (1945-78); hotels, motels, lodges and country clubs (1949-82); and other miscellaneous commercial settings (1948-76, n.d.).  Commercial Storefronts files include airlines offices (1947-68); apparel stores (1947-76); automotive buildings (1949-66); banks (1948-78, n.d.); drug stores (1946-58); florists (1950-65); furniture and appliance stores (1947-65); jewelry stores (1961-76);  restaurants (1949-74); theaters (1967-68); and other miscellaneous commercial storefronts (1954-67).  Public Buildings files document glass applications in churches (1958-69); libraries (1951-79); schools (1948-[78]); and other miscellaneous public buildings (1948-66, n.d.).  Residential files include privately owned homes (1943-77) as well as model homes and housing projects (1946-61).  International files document uses of L-O-F products outside the United States (1972-79, n.d.).
            Each file generally contains information on the product utilized, the name of the building or owner of the building, photographs of the structure, and dates of information in the file.  While these files are by no means comprehensive, in that they do not include every application of L-O-F products, they provide information on a wide variety of glazings from across the United States and internationally.  A set of “Glass at Work” scrapbooks (1962, 1965, 1971-72) concludes the series.
            “Glass at Work” files primarily reflect the use of the “glass wall” architectural style.  They provide photos and documents on the types of glass used in each application.  These materials may provide information for studies of the history of glass technology as well as twentieth century architectural trends.
            An entire series of the collection is devoted to divisions of L-O-F and the products created in those divisions.  These files include photographs and documents.  Major divisions include Aeroquip, Liberty Mirror, LOF Engineered Products, Inc., LOF Glass of Canada, Ltd., and Woodall Industries.  Notable products include Electrapane, patterned glass, plate glass, safety glass, Thermopane, Tuf-flex, and Vitrolite. 
            Another section of the collection includes records and photographs on several of L-O-F’s plants nationally and internationally.  These comprise files on three buildings in Toledo, Ohio; one in Italy, and others in California, North Carolina, Iowa, Illinois, West Virginia, and Louisiana.
            Subject files consist of relatively recent photos and documents on company involvement in civic programs, public relations materials, and other miscellaneous materials.
            The final series in the collection consists of materials dealing with Irving Wightman Colburn’s (1861-1917) experiments with the mechanization of flat glass manufacture.  This series includes glass plate negatives taken by Colburn [ca. 1900-1920], prints from those negatives, photograph albums, correspondence with the United States Patent Office (1908), and several scrapbooks of newsclippings (1901-1920).  Colburn’s papers could form the basis of a biographical study featuring his innovations in glass technology.  Researchers of hobbies in history will find his scrapbooks fascinating, as they document two of his other interests, photography and bicycling.  These two pastimes were extremely popular at the turn of the century.
Other ideas for research using the Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company Records are outlined in a brochure titled Making Their Business Your Business: The Use of Corporate Archives for Interdisciplinary Research, available at the Canaday Center.

Folder List
 

Box

Folder

 

 

 

 

 

 

S1. Corporate Record Books (x linear inches)

 

 

(Microfilm copies of these records (Box 1, Folders 1-7, Box 2, Folders 1-6, Box 3, Folders 1-8 and Box 4, Folders 1 and 2 (only)) are located in MSS-066 Audio-Visual Materials Shelf 4 #208.)

 

 

 

1

1

Edward Ford Plate Glass Company; Record Book, 1899-1909

1

2

Edward Ford Plate Glass Company; Record Book, 1910-1930

1

3

Libbey-Owens (Sheet) Glass Company; Record Book I, 1916-1919

1

4

Libbey-Owens (Sheet) Glass Company; Record Book II, 1919-1926

1

5

Libbey-Owens (Sheet) Glass Company; Record Book III, 1925-1929

1

6

Libbey-Owens (Sheet) Glass Company; Record Book IV, 1929-1933

1

7

Rossford and Toledo Railroad Company Record Book, 1898-1931

2

1

Toledo Glass Company; Record Book I, 1895-1904

2

2

Toledo Glass Company; Record Book II, 1905-1908

2

3

Toledo Glass Company; Record Book III, 1908-1912

2

4

Toledo Glass Company; Record Book IV, 1913-1926

2

5

Toledo Glass Company; Record Book V, 1927-1931

2

6

Toledo Glass Company; Meeting minutes from Record Book V, 1931

3

1

United States Sheet & Window Glass Company, 1921-1929

3

2

American Bicheroux Co.; Record Book, 1929-1931

3

3

American Bicheroux Co.; Record Book, 1931-1949

3

4

Toledo Synthetics Products, Inc., 1930-1936

3

5

Unyte Corporation, 1931-1936

3

6

Plaskon Company; Record Book, 1936-1939

3

7

Plaskon Company; Record Book, 1940-1943

3

8

Thermopane Company, 1934-1940

4

1

L-O-F Glass Fibers Company, 1954-1955

4

2

Corrulux Division Minutes, 1952-1954

4

3

Toledo Glass Company: Auditor's Reports, 1907-1914

 

 

 

 

 

S2. Annual Reports

4

4

Aeroquip, 1941-1967 (bound)

4

5

Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Co., 1917-1929

4

6

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Bound, 1930-1939

4

7

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Bound, 1940-1949

4

8*

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Bound, 1950-1959

4

9

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Loose, 1953

4

10

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Bound, 1960-1969

4

11

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Annual Report negatives, 1969

4

12

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.’ Bound, 1970-1979

4

13

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Loose, 1965; 1968-1974

4

14

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Loose, 1975-1982

4

15

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Photographs for 1978

4

16

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Photographs, n.d.

5

1

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1968

5

2

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1969

5

3

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1970

5

4

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1971

5

5

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1972

5

6

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1973

5

7

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1974

5

8

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1976

5

9

Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.; Shareholders’ Summary, 1978

 

 

 

 

 

S3. Corporate File Records

5

10

Pilkington Group, 1988-1989

5

11

American Bicheroux Company: Correspondence, 1930-1938

5

12

American Bicheroux Company: Title Papers & Contracts: 1927-1929

5

13

American Bicheroux Company: Title Papers & Contracts: 1929-1934

5

14

American Bicheroux Company: Title Papers & Contracts: 1935-1949

5

15

American Bicheroux Company: Licenses & Agreements (w/LOF): 1926-1928

5

16

American Bicheroux Company: Licenses & Agreements (w/LOF): 1929

5

17

American Bicheroux Company: Licenses & Agreements (w/LOF): 1930-1934

5

18

American Bicheroux Company: Licenses & Agreements (w/LOF): 1935-1949

5

19

American Window Glass Company, 1921

5

20

Blairsville Glass Company, 1936-1940

5

21*

Blairsville Glass Company Blueprint, 27 July 1937

5

22

Blue Ridge Glass Corporation, 1930-1957

57

1

Company Subjects

5

23

Continental Sheet Glass Company, 1922

57

4

Corning Glass Works - Finances

57

5

Corning Glass Works - General, Labor, Laws & Regulation

57

6

Corning Glass Works - Plants & Expansion

57

7

Corning Glass Works - Personnel A-L

57

8

Corning Glass Works - Personnel M-Z

57

9

Corning Glass Works - Product News

57

10

Corning Glass Works - Products

57

11

Corning Glass Works - Products

57

12

Corning Glass Works - Products

57

2

Country Subjects

57

3

Country Subjects

57

13

Cut Up - ASG Ind 1968-1976

57

14

Cut Up - Combustion Engineering 1970-1976

57

15

Cut Up - Corning Glass Works, Dearborn, Donnelly Mirrors, DuPont

57

16

Cut Up Ford Motor Company 1968-1977

57

17

Cut Up - Gale Industries, General Electric

57

18

Cut Up - General Motors, Glaverbel

57

19

Cut Up - Globe Glass, Guardian Industries

57

20

Cut Up - Johns Manville, National Gypsum, Owens-Illinois

57

21

Cut Up - Pilkington 1968-73

57

22

Cut Up - Pilkington 1974-77

57

23

Cut Up - Rohm & Haas, Seagrave

57

24

Cut Up - Shatterproof, Sierracin, 3M

5

24

L-O-F European Companies "Status," 1923-1938

5

25

L-O-F European Companies Agreements, 1920s;1930s

5

26

L-O-F Executive Papers re: Government Investigation 1930-1939

5

27

L-O-F Executive Papers re: Government Investigation 1940; District Court Final Judgment, 1948

5

28

LOF Sheet Glass Co. - Engineering Department Experiment record book, 1921-1924

5

29

Libbey-Owens-Ford responses for Anti-Trust Hearings, [1948]

5

30

Lustraglass, 1930

60

19

Owens-Corning Financial Status, Personnel

60

20

Owens-Corning General, Plants & Expansion, Products

60

21

Owens-Illinois - Financial Status

61

1

Owens-Illinois - General Labor Relations

61

2

Owens-Illinois - Personnel A-I

61

3

Owens-Illinois - Personnel J-R

61

4

Owens-Illinois - Personnel S-Z

61

5

Owens-Illinois - Plants and Expansion

61

6

Owens-Illinois - Plants and Expansion

61

7

Pilkington - Products

61

8

Pilkington - Products

61

9

Pilkington - Subsidiaries

61

10

Pilkington - Subsidiaries

61

11

Pilkington - Subsidiaries

5

31

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, 1931-1937

5

32

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, 1938-1950

6

1

Plate Glass Export Corporation, 1935-1944

61

12

PPG - products relating to glass

61

13

PPG - products relating to glass

61

14

PPG - products relating to glass

61

15

PPG - products relating to glass

61

16

PPG - products relating to glass

61

17

PPG - products relating to glass

61

18

PPG - products relating to glass

61

19

PPG - products relating to glass

61

20

PPG - products relating to glass specific use known A-G

61

21

PPG - products relating to glass specific use known H-O

61

22

PPG - products relating to glass specific use known P-Z

6

2

Redmond & Company, 1933-1936

6

3

Releases: Occupational Disease Cases, 1934-1935

6

4

Royal Indemnity Company, 1934

6

5

Silica Products Co., 1923; 1933

6

6

Ten Mile Oil & Gas Co., 1936

6

7

Toledo Glass Co., 1916-1934

6

8

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 1: "current" contracts, 1898-1924, (1 of 4)

6

9

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 1: "current" contracts, 1898-1924, (2 of 4)

6

10

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 1: "current" contracts, 1898-1924, (3 of 4)

6

11

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 1: "current" contracts, 1898-1924, (4 of 4)

6

12

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 2: "expired" contracts, 1895-1908, (1 of 3)

6

13

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 2: "expired" contracts, 1895-1908, (2 of 3)

6

14

Toledo Glass Co. Contract Binders Vol. 2: "expired" contracts, 1895-1908, (3 of 3)

6

15

Toledo Trust Co., 1940

6

16

Triplex Safety Glass Co. of North America, 1927-1931

6

17

Triplex Safety Glass Co. of North America, 1932-1949

6

18

United Gas Pipe Line Co., 1929-1933

6

19*

United Gas Pipe Line Co., 1934-1958

6

20

United States Sheet & Window Glass Company Correspondence, 1920; 1923-1924; 1928

6

21

United States Sheet & Window Glass Company; General, 1921-1923, n.d.

6

22

United States Sheet & Window Glass Company; General, 1928-1929

6

23

Vitrolite Company, 1907; 1935

6

24

Vitrolite Sales Corporation, 1935-1939

 

 

 

 

 

S4. LOF Glass Company Documents

 

 

 

 

 

Correspondence

70

1

Glass Forming Patent

70

2

1930-1937

70

3

1938

70

4

1939-1941

70

5

1940-1941

70

6

1941

70

7

1942

70

8

1943

70

9

1944

70

10

1945

70

11

1946

70

12

1947

70

13

1948

70

14

1949

70

15

1950

70

16

1951

70

17

1952

70

18

1953

71

1

1954

71

2

1955

71

3

1956

71

4

1957

71

5

1958

71

6

1959

71

7

1960

71

8

1961

71

9

1962-1963

71

10

1964-1966

71

11

1967

71

12

1968-1969

71

13

1970-1979

71

14

1980-1998

71

15

Baseball/Softball

7

1

Boden Glass Company, 1939

71

16

Bowling

7

2

Carolina Glass, 1939

71

17

European Pilkington Trip

7

3

MacNichol, R.S., 1969

72

6

Miscellaneous Notes and Correspondence

72

1

Oldtimer’s Picnic

72

2

Oldtimer’s Picnic 2

7

4

E.F. Pease Co., 1939

7

5

Radke Family, 1940-42; 1956

72

3

Wartime

72

4

Wartime 2

72

5

Women

 

 

 

 

 

Reports

7

6

Aiken, Earl. “Glass Prisms by LOF” (WWII), 1946

7

7

Alexander, H.M. “St. Roch Twin Grinding and Polishing,” 1952

7

8

Ashley, James M. “Is the U.S. Really Being Priced Out of World Markets?,”1962

75

2

Automotive Glass Roof Panels

7

9

“Background of Flat Glass Distribution,” pp. 1-53, [1940s?]

7

10

“Background of Flat Glass Distribution,” pp. 54-115, [1940s?]

7

11

“Background of Flat Glass Distribution,” pp. 116-220, [1940s?]

7

12

Baker, H.H.  “Black Book,” A-H, 1931

7

13

Baker, H.H.  “Black Book,” I-P, 1931

7

14

Baker, H.H.  “Black Book,” Q-Z, 1931

7

15

Baker, H.H.  “Chronological History of L-O-F” #4 of 4[?], June, 1945

75

23

#2 Billico Cutting

7

16

Blue Ridge Glass Corp. “Light Diffusion and Transmission Data,” n.d.

75

19

Bob Meyer Notes #1

75

20

Bob Meyer Notes # 2

75

5

Cavitron Operation Log

75

6

Daily Reports Experimental Room,  May – December 1950

75

33

“Dick Warren”

7

17

“Distributor Committee Exhibits [?]”[1964]

7

18

“Facts on the Victory Year at Libbey-Owens-Ford ,1945 (Submitted to the Navy Department Price Adjustment Board), 1945

75

8

Experimental Department Work Report, 8/51 – 7/52

75

9

Experimental Department Log Book and Notes, 1953

7

19

“Flat Glass History – 1700s-1800s, n.d.

7

20

“Flat Glass History – General Information, Flat Glass Industry, n.d.

7

21

“History of Glass Cutters at Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass in 1917”,

75

13

“History and Methods Used in Sand Kiln Bending, 1948-1985

75

14

History of Glass

75

30

Industrial Relations Committee Minutes, 1943, 1944

75

7

John Deere Report

75

15

Ledger, 1921-1926

75

17

LOF Report on Pilkington Tank Operation at Rossford Plant

75

16

LOF Labor Statistics, 1940

7

22a*

LOF Organizational Charts, 1967, n.d.

75

22

Monthly Maintenance Orders

75

10

Optical Glass Sales Report

75

18

Performance Record, 1944

75

24

Preheating Glass on Porous Materials

75

4

Production Feasibility

75

1

Record 1953-1955

75

27

Rossford’s January Progress Report

75

26

Rossford Salaried Employees

75

28

“Securit Glass Process”

75

29

“Snap-on Tools”, 1975-1983

75

12

Survey of Production Improvements at the Rossford Plant, 1943

75

31

Tank

75

32

Toronado Hot Line Report, 1977

75

25

Tool Checkout

75

3

Tracing and Blueprint Code Definitions

75

11

Vehicle Inventory

 

 

 

 

 

Publications

7

22b*

Advertising Supplement to the Blade, 10/16/60

7

23

American Ceramic Society, “Irving Wightman Colburn,” p. 31 Feb 1943

7

24

Architectural Record, October, 1960, "Executive Office Building, Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co.

76

14

Articles

7

25

Biggers, John D.  Oral History Transcript, 1967; 1968 (1 of 2)

7

26

Biggers, John D.  Oral History Transcript, 1967; 1968 (2 of 2)

7

27

Cazayoux, F.E. “Facts About Libbey-Owens-Ford,” (distribution copy) 1944

7

28

The Chief, Wyandot Chemicals Corporation. “Revolution in Glass,” 1960.

7

29

Colburn, George L. “The Modern Method of Producing Continuous Sheet Glass,” 1948

7

30

Corning Glass Works. “The Corning Glass Center,” 1958

7

31

Corning Glass. “This Is Glass,” [1970s-1980s?]

76

1

Decimal Plate and Sheet Glass Calculator, 1925

64

13

Facts about Libbey Owens Ford Wartime Accomplishments 1944

64

16

Facts on the Victory Year at Libbey Owens Ford 1945

8

1

Flat Glass Jobbers Association, “Glazing Manuals,” 1958, 1968.

76

4

Glaces De Boussois

8

2

Glenny Glass Co. “Ours By Heritage,” 1950

8

3

Harbison, Frederick and King Carr. “The Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company and the Federation of Glass, Ceramic, and Silica Sand Workers of America.” Or “The Causes of Industrial Peace Under Collective Bargaining.” Case Studies #2, National Planning Association. Washington D.C., 1948.

8

4

Holscher, H.H. (Owens-Illinois). “Hollow and Specialty Glass: Background and Challenge,” (reprint from Glass Industry, June-Nov 1965)

8

5

Houghton, Arthur A., Jr. “Design Policy Within Industry as a Responsibility of Management,” Stuben Glass, Inc. 1951

8

6

Huelke, Donald F. “Striking the Windshield,” Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1967

8

7

Illinois Glass Co. “Bottles of Every Description” (General Catalogue “A”) [1915]

64

12

Libbey Owens Ford – a portfolio

64

13

Libbey Owens Ford – a portfolio

76

8

LOF and Glass Publications

8

8

L-O-F, Industrial Relations Department. “Let’s Get Better Acquainted,” 1946, and “We of Libbey-Owens-Ford,” 1951, 1957.

8

9

L-O-F, Liberty Mirror Division, “We Must See to Fight, Not Fight to See,” [1945]

8

10

L-O-F, “Metric Conversion Tables,” 1940

8

11

L-O-F, “Inventions and Developments Which Contributed Directly to the War Program,”1944

8

12

L-O-F, [LOF Background Sales Portfolio], [1940s?]

8

13

Lindsay, Samuel S. “The Decimal Plate and Sheet Glass Calculator,” 1925

8

14

The Louisiana Foundation, n.d.

8

15

MacNichol, George P. Jr.  Public Relations file , 1920-1965

8

16

MacNichol, George P. Jr.  “Who and Where Are Your Customers?” 1957

76

16

Miscellaneous

8

17

Monsanto Magazine, “Monsanto’s House of the Future,” 1957

8

18

[Pittsburgh Plate Glass], “Bibliography of Flat Glass,” [ca 1945]

76

12

Operating Instructions and Fabrication Materials

8

19

Owens-Corning, (Edward Ames), Fiberglas Bibliography, 1950

8

20

The Photoengravers Bulletin. “ Fool-Proof, Improved Brett-Guard 10 CPH For Flat Bed, Stationary Saws,” Feb 1961

76

8

Pilkington Books

8

21

Plate Glass Manufacturers of America, “Plate Glass: Nothing Else Like It,” [1937]

64

9

Personal Experiences of Bob Cox at Aeroquip

64

10

Report for a course in Manufacturing Harvard Business School LOF

64

11

Rossford, Ohio – Ford Glass Company History

76

15

Rules and Procedures

8

22

Shaver, W.W. “Heat Absorbing Glass Windows,” ASHVE Transactions (reprint) 1935

8

23

State University of New York College of Ceramics at Alfred University.  Bibliographies, 1955, 1959, 1961

8

24

Tarif Des Glaces de la Manufacture Royale, n.d.

8

25

Today in Toledo, “Toledo Citizen John D. Biggers,” 1940

8

26

Walbridge, William S. American Bottles Old and New, 1920 (w/marginal comments by Richard LaFrance)

8

27

Walbridge, William S. “The Intimate Lives of Edward Drummond Libbey and Michael Joseph Owens as We Know Them,” 1933

8

28

Walbridge, William S. “Unexpected Influences May Determine the Lives and Careers of Individuals,” The Engineer, Dec 1928

64

14

Wartime Accomplishments of Libbey Owens Ford 1944

8

29

Watkins, George B. and Donald Sharp. Glossary of Terms Used in the Glass Industry, 1957

64

15

We Must See to Fight, Not Fight To See

8

30

Yaseen, Leonard C. Plant Location, 1952

 

 

 

 

 

Speeches

8

31

Biggers, Wingerter, Skeddle, 1941, 1968, 1982

 

 

 

 

 

Research materials

8

32

Aiken, Earl. The Roots Grow Deep , 1956

8

33

            Correspondence, 1908, 1939, 1953, 1954

8

34

            Ford Genealogy correspondence (Beacon-Filson), 1948-1956

8

35

            Ford Genealogy correspondence (Hieatt-Torrey), 1947-1953

8

36

            Ford Genealogy – John Baptiste, 1807-1954

8

37

            Ford Genealogy – “Captain” J.B. Ford, 1868-1955

9

1*

            Ford Genealogy – Ford Family, 1936-1950

9

2

            Ford Genealogy – Stuart/McConnell, 1902-1953

9

3

            Ford Genealogy – J. Dazzel/J. Pitcairn, 1956

9

4

            Hamlin, I.W.C., “A History of … Flat Glass Made by Irving W. Colburn,” 1943

9

5

            Glass History (photos, pamphlets)

9

6

            New Albany, Indiana

9

7

            Miller, Harold V., “The Industrial Development of New Albany, Indiana,”

9

8

            Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 1826-1923

9

9

            Rossford, 1943-1949

9

10

            Wyandotte Chemicals Corporation, 1949

9

11

            Manuscript of Roots

9

12^

            Photos used in Roots

9

13

            Photos pulled by Aiken, but not used

9

14

            Photos of LOF founders

9

15

            Photos – Aiken’s personal

 

 

 

 

 

Fairfield, E. William. Fire and Sand  (photographs arranged by p.n. in book)

9

16

            Frontpiece-p.21

9

17

            p. 28-p. 36

9

18

            p. 40-p. 53

9

19

            p. 58-p. 69

9

20

            p. 70-p. 83

10

1

            p. 85-p. 91

10

2

            p. 94-p. 99

10

3

            p. 103-p. 115

10

4

            p. 119-p. 128

10

5

            Miscellaneous unused photos

10

6

            Original material prepared for photo, p. 70

10

7

            LOF Milestones, 1843-1937

10

8

Schofield, William. Revolution in American Glassmaking, 1880-1920.    Galley proof, 1948

63

9

Labor

63

10

Labor – Auto Industry

 

 

 

 

 

Pamphlets

10

9

Constitution and Declaration of Independence, Dec 1951

10

10

Employment Opportunities, 1967

10

11

(Blue Ridge Glass Corp.), Flat Drawn Window Glass . . . [1940s]

76

2

LOF Telephone Directory

10

12

Miscellaneous

10

13

Opportunities booklet, [1960s]

76

6

Rossford Factory Pocketbook

10

14

World’s Fair, 1893, 1934

10

15

Product and Factory Directories, 1970, 1974

 

 

 

 

 

Newsletters

11

1

Batch: Loose, 1939 - 1941

11

2

Batch: Bound, 1939

11

3

Batch: Bound, 1940

11

4

Batch: Bound, 1941

11

5

Glassic: Loose, Jul 1939 - 1943

11

6

Glassic: Loose, 1944 - 1949

11

7

Glassic: Loose, 1950 - 1954

11

8

Glassic: Loose, 1955 - 1959

11

9

Glassic: Loose, 1960 - 1961

11

10

Glassic: Loose, 1962 - 1963

11

11

Glassic: Loose, 1964 - 1965

11

12

Glassic: Loose, 1966

11

13

Glassic: Loose, 1967 - 1968

11

14

Glassic: Loose, 1969 - 1970

11

15

Glassic: Loose, 1971 - 1972

11

16

Glassic: Loose, 1973 - 1974

11

17

Glassic: Loose, 1975 - 1978

11

18

Glassic: Loose, 1979 - 1980

11

19

Glassic: Loose, 1981 - 1983

11

20

Glassic: Bound, 1966 - 1968

11

21

Glassic: Bound, 1969 - 1970

11

22

Glassic: Bound, 1971 - 1972

12

1

Glassic: Bound, 1973 - 1974

12

2

Glassic: Bound, 1975 - 1976

12

3

Glassic: Bound, 1977 - 1978

12

4

Glassic: Bound, 1979 - 1981

12

5

L.O.F. News and Views: Loose, 1944 - 1949

12

6

L.O.F. News and Views: Loose, 1950 - 1953

12

7

L.O.F. News and Views: Bound, 1944 - 1949

12

8

L.O.F. News and Views: Bound, 1950 - 1953

12

9

L.O.F. News: Loose, 1954

12

10

L.O.F. News: Loose, 1955

12

11

L.O.F. News: Loose, 1956

12

12

L.O.F. News: Loose, 1957

12

13

L.O.F. News: Loose, 1958-1961

12

14

L.O.F. News: Bound, 1954 - 1955

12

15

L.O.F. News: Bound, 1956 - 1959

12

16

L.O.F. Newsletter,  May 1969 - 1974

12

17*

LOF PAC (Political Action Committee) Newsletter mockup, [1988]

12

18

OLO Echoes , 1953, 1961

12

19*

LOF Summer Newsletter (Economic Warfare Art) mockup, n.d.

13

1

The Shield: :Bound, 1970

13

2

The Shield: :Bound, 1971

13

3

The Shield: :Bound, 1972

13

4

The Shield: :Bound, 1973

13

5

The Shield: :Bound, 1974

13

6

The Shield: :Bound, 1975-1976

13

7

The Shield: :Bound, 1977

13

8

The Shield: :Bound, 1978

13

9

The Shield: :Bound, 1979

13

10

The Shield: :Bound, 1980

13

11

Shield Story List, [ca. 1970s]

13

12

Shield  Readership Survey, [ca 1970s]

13

13

Newsletters - Misc. Photographs, [ca. 1970s]

 

 

 

 

 

Legal Documents

63

29

Tariff

63

30

Tariff

64

1

Tariff

64

2

Tariff

13

14

U.S. Tariff Commission, "Flat Glass and Related Glass Products," 1937

13

15

U.S. Tariff Commission, “Competitive Problems of Independent Glass Dealers, 1958

13

16

U.S. Tariff Commission, “The Automotive Products Trade Act of 1965”

13

17

U.S. Tariff Commission, "Operation of the Trade Agreements Program," 1966

13

18

U.S. Tariff Commission, "Sheet Glass (Blown or Drawn Flat Glass)," 1967

13

19

U.S. Tariff Commission, "Summaries of Trade and Tariff Information," 1968

14

1

U.S. Tariff Commission, "Flat Glass and Tempered Glass," 1969

14

2

U.S. Government Suit, newsclippings, 1970-1971

14

3

Hearing Statements by J. M. Ashley, 1964; 1968

14

4

"Future of U. S. Foreign Trade Policy" (LOF Brief)

14

5

"Flat Glass: A Report on the Supply of Flat Glass," The Monopolies Commission, House of Commons, London, 1968

 

 

 

 

 

Scrapbooks

14

6

History of Glass, (1 of 4), ca. 1935-1956

14

7

History of Glass, (2 of 4), ca. 1935-1956

14

8

History of Glass, (3 of 4), ca. 1935-1956

14

9

History of Glass, (4 of 4), ca. 1935-1956

59

20

Advertising & Awards, Distributors, Gas Search

59

21

Lawsuits, Stock, Tax Policy

59

22

General P&E, California, Canada

59

23

Charleston, East Toledo

59

24

General

59

25

General

59

26

Financial Analysis

59

27

Financial Analysis

60

1

Executive Office, Italy, Ottawa Ill, Laurinburg, NC, Mason City

60

2

Mexico, Ottawa, Rossford, Sherman TX, Shreveport, Technical Center Landfill Wastes

60

3

Labor & Unions

60

4

Labor & Unions

60

5

Plate Glass, Prices, Public Transportation, Solar Research, STOCE,

60

6

Tuf-Flex, Vari-Tran, Vigilpane, Vitrolite, Vitrolux

60

7

Product News

60

8

Product News

60

9

Product News

60

10

Product News

60

11

Product News

60

12

Product Uses A-E

60

13

Product Uses F-L

60

14

Product Uses M-Z

60

15

Sales & Earnings

60

16

Sales & Earnings

60

17

Subsidiaries

60

18

Subsidiaries

14

10*

Newsclippings, 1919-1924

14

11^

Newsclippings, 1924-1942

14

12

Newsclippings, 1940-1949

14

13

Newsclippings, 1950-1959

14

14

Newsclippings, 1960-1980

14

15

Newsclippings, Pilkington Glass, 1965-1968

64

17

Newsclippings - FTC ruling on Commercial 1963

64

18

Newsclippings - History of Glass

64

19

Newsclippings - Your Home "Neutral Colors Added to Glass

64

20

Newsclippings - Tariff 1962

64

21

Newsclipping - Mirror 1959

64

22

Newsclipping - John Ford History

 

 

 

 

 

S5. Sales and Promotion

 

 

 

 

 

Department Conferences and Meetings

14

16

Department Conferences and Meetings , Jul 1941    

14

17

Department Conferences and Meetings, Mar 1949               

14

18

Department Conferences and Meetings, Feb 1951

14

19

Department Conferences and Meetings, Feb 1953

14

20

Department Conferences and Meetings, Feb 1954

14

21

Department Conferences and Meetings, Sep 1956

14

22

Department Conferences and Meetings, Jun 1960

14

23

Department Conferences and Meetings, 1961

14

24

Department Conferences and Meetings, Jan 1962 (1 of 2)

14

25

Department Conferences and Meetings, Jan 1962 (2 of 2)

14

26

Department Conferences and Meetings, May 1969

 

 

 

 

 

Distributors/Dealers  (Note: all distributor files contain photographic material except those in italics.)

14

27

Distributors: Acme Glass Co., Orlando, FL, Dec. 1952

14

28

Distributors: Adrian Glass Co., Adrian, MI, Oct. 1958

14

29

Distributors: Arrow Glass Co., Houston, TX, Dec. 1959

14

30

Distributors: Arrow Glass Co., Schenectady, NY, Jan. 1955

14

31

Distributors: Art Plate Glass & Mirror, Baltimore, MD, Dec. 1956

14

32

Distributors: Bennett’s, Salt Lake City, UT, Jan. 1960

14

33

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Atlanta, GA, Sept. 1959

14

34

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Fort Worth, TX, Mar. 1958

14

35

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Memphis, TN, Nov. 1948

14

36

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Richmond, VA, Sept. 1954

14

37

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Shreveport, LA, May 1951

14

38

Distributors: Binswanger & Co., Little Rock, AR, Nov. 1959

14

39

Distributors: Bogardus Wilson, Ltd., n.d.

14

40

Distributors: Building Service, Inc., Billings, MT, 1956

14

41

Distributors: Cadillac Glass Co., Cleveland, OH, Dec. 1954

14

42

Distributors: Cadillac Glass Co., Detroit, MI, Sept. 1947

15

1

Distributors: Christopher Glass Co., San Jose, CA, April 1950

15

2

Distributors: Cobbledick-Kibble Glass Co., San Jose, CA, Aug. 1952

15

3

Distributors: Cook Paint & Varnish, Kansas City, MO, Jan. 1947

15

4

Distributors: Elgin Glass & Mirror, Elgin, IL. Kim/ 1952

15

5

Distributors: Frank Miller Glass Co., Oakland, CA, Aug.1946

15

6

Distributors: Hooker Glass & Paint, Wauwatosa, WI, n.d.

15

7

Distributors: Interstate Glass Co., Omaha, NE, Jun. 1956

15

8

Distributors: LaMesa Glass & Paint Co., LaMesa, CA, Dec. 1946

15

9

Distributors: Lawrence Plate & Window Glass Co., Lawrence, MA., Jan. 1958

15

10

Distributors: Lockwood Glass Co., Ottawa, IL, 1951

15

11

Distributors: M. Cach Glass Co., Cedar Rapids, IA, Sept. 1962

15

12

Distributors: Modern Glass Co., Phoenix, AZ, Mar. 1960

15

13

Distributors: Nurre Glass Companies, Inc. Memphis, TN, Apr. 1957

15

14

Distributors: Ohio Plate Glass Co., Dayton, OH, May 1953

15

15

Distributors: Pritchard Paint & Glass Co., Miami, FL, Oct. 1951

15

16

Distributors: Red Spot Paint & Varnish, Evansville, IL, Feb. 1947

15

17

Distributors: Royal Glass & Millwork, Englewood, NJ , Nov. 1956

15

18

Distributors: Royal Glass & Mirror, Dallas, TX, Jan. 1956

15

19

Distributors: Samuels Glass Co., San Antonio, TX, May 1950

15

20

Distributors: San Diego Glass & Paint, National City, CA, Nov. 1955

15

21

Distributors: San Diego Glass & Paint, Pacific Beach, CA, Oct. 1953

15

22

Distributors: San Diego Glass & Paint Co., San Diego, CA, Feb. 1946

15

23

Distributors: Schall Glass Co., Buffalo, NY, Dec. 1952

15

24

Distributors: Schroeder Paint & Glass Co., Detroit, MI, 1955

15

25

Distributors: Southern Glass Co., Augusta, GA, Sept. 1948

15

26

Distributors: Standard Glass & Paint, Des Moines, IA, Sept. 1948

15

27

Distributors: Stewart-Casey Glass Co., Indianapolis, IN, Oct. 1951

15

28

Distributors: Syracuse Glass Co. Syracuse, NY, Sept.1953

15

29

Distributors: Toledo Plate & Window Glass Co., Toledo, OH, June 1959

15

30

Distributors: United Plate Glass Co., Pittsburgh, PA, July 1955

15

31

Distributors: Vanfax, Montreal, Canada, n.d.

15

32

Distributors: Western Glass & Mirror, Big Spring, TX, Feb. 1951

15

33

Distributors: William Glenny Glass Co., Cincinnati, OH, Dec. 1951

15

34

Distributors: William M. Bird & Co., Charleston, SC, Oct. 1957

 

 

 

 

 

Distributors/Dealers Subject Files

15

35^

Automobile Gala, LOF Bldg., 1966

15

36

Automotive Safety Glass, (1 of 3), 1974

15

37

Automotive Safety Glass, (2 of 3), 1950

15

38

Automotive Safety Glass, (3 of 3), 1960-1965

15

39

Buyers (Lists), 1938-1940

64

6

Sales Manual

64

7

Sales Manual

64

8

Sales Manual

 

 

 

 

 

Catalogs

15

40

            Flat Glass for Industrial Buildings, n.d.

15

41

            Flat Glass Products, 1941-1988

15

42

            Glass, 1938-1946

15

43

            Glass for the Builder, 1947-1949

15

44

            Glass for Construction, 1950-1965

15

45

            Glass for Construction, 1966-1974

15

46

            Glass for Construction, 1975-1984

15

47

            Glass Products, 1942

15

48

“Challenge and Opportunity” Motion Picture script, 1956

76

5

Darling Catalog

15

49

Dealer Survey of Effectiveness of LOF TV Advertising for Safety Plate Glass, Oct.  1957

15

50^

Distributor Meetings, n.d.

15

51

Distributor Survey, 1959

15

52

Distributor’s Sons’ & Daughters’ Training, n.d.

15

53*

Display Suggestions, [ca. 1964]

15

54

Factory Tour, March 1956

15

55

Ideas for Radio and TV Ads, 1958

76

3

Johns-Manville Packings

16

1

“Let’s Face This Middleman Talk,” (Pamphlet), 1963

76

10

LOF Handling Equipment Catalog

76

11

LOF Other Catalogs, Proposals and Pamphlets

16

2

.Lumber Dealers, [ca. 1940s]

16

3

“New Ways to Sell More Glass,” [1942]

16

4

Packaging, [ca. 1950s]

16

5

Posters: Plate Glass, 1964; n.d.

16

6

Posters: Safety Plate Glass, 1950; n.d.

16

7

Posters: Thermopane, 1953; n.d.

16

8

Posters: Window Glass, 1953-1955; n.d.

16

9

Posters: General, n.d.

16

10

Profits, 1939-1940

76

13

Other Non-LOF Catalogs and Manuals

16

11

Safety Information, 1978

16

12*

Sales Aids, 1964, 1965

16

13^

Sales Sheets, 1933

16

14*

Signs, 1951-1959, n.d.

16

15*

Signs, 1953, n.d.

16

16

Store Fronts, [ca. 1930s]

16

17

Study on the Heating  and Air Conditioning of the LOF Building, Toledo, OH, 1960

16

18

Technical Information Bulletin, 1979

16

19

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, May 1939-March 1956

16

20

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, April 1956-May 1957

16

21

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, June 1957-December 1957

16

22

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, April 1958-November 1960

16

23

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, (Segts. 1-3), Services, Reglazing, and The Products, 1976

16

24

Training & Meeting Pamphlets, (Segts 4-7), Tuf-Flex, Packaging, Marketing, & Glazing, 1976-1978

16

25

Tuf-Flex Doors, 1940-1979

17

1

Window Glass, 1930-1964

17

2

Window Glass (Display Merchandiser), 1967, n.d.

76

7

Worthington

17

3^

General, 1937-1970 (LOF Glass Distribution Accounting Manual)

17

 

 

17

 

Sales and Promotion Subject files

17

4

Advertising Objectives, n.d.

17

5

Architecture1933-[ca. 1980]

17

6

Architecture: Glass Data For The Architect, 1947-1949

17

7

Architecture: Glass in Design Series, 1950-1960

17

8

Blue Ridge Aklo, 1952; n.d.

17

9

Bourbon Street Beat Promotion

17

10*

Bourbon Street Beat Promotion Kit

17

11

Choose Your Sweepstakes, n.d.

17

12

College Football Promotion, 1958

17

13

Corrulux, n.d.

17

14

Daylighting, 1957-1980

17

15

Decorama (1 of 2) 1956

17

16

Decorama (2 of 2) 1956

17

17

Design for Happiness, 1940

17

18

Distribution Reports, n.d.

17

19

Draper, Dorothy (Mirror Magic), n.d.

17

20

Electrapane, 1950-1975

17

21

Energy Savings, 1977, n.d.

17

22

Extrudalite, n.d.

17

23

Factories, n.d.

17

24

Fiber-Glass Division, 1953-1954

17

25

Flat Glass, 1958

17

26

Glass Veneer, 1940

17

27

Glastone, n.d.

17

28

Glazing, 1968-[ca. 1980]

17

29

Heat and Light Transmission (Plate Glass Windows), 1920-1974

17

30

Heavy Duty Glass, n.d.

17

31

Homes, 1947-1948, n.d.

17

32

Mirrors, 1955; n.d.

 

 

 

18

1

Liberty Mirrors, 1969-1972

18

2

Miscellaneous Pamphlets (Spanish), 1959, n.d.

18

3

Modern Pattern and Plastics, n.d.

18

4

The Open World, n.d.

18

5

Patent Department Display (Washington, DC), 1960

18

6

Patterned Glass, 1964, n.d.

18

7

Perry Mason Promotions, 1958

18

8

Plaskon, 1946, 1949

18

9

Plate Glass (1 of 2), 1953-1965

18

10

Plate Glass (2 of 2), 1964

18

11

Plate Glass Breakage Tests 1948

18

12

Price List, 1925

18

13

Railroad Cars, 1955; n.d.

18

14

Sales Aids, 1950-1973

18

15

Sales Meetings, 1937, 1949, 1954

18

16

Sales Tools/Auto Glass Replacement Trade, 1974

18

17

Schools, 1950-1965

18

18

Sliding Glass Doors, n.d.

18

19

Solar Energy, 1953-1979

18

20

Solar House, 1944-1947

18

21

Solar (Miscellaneous), 1953, n.d.

18

22

Solarometer, 1950

18

23

Special Displays, (l of 2), 1948, n.d.

18

24

Special Displays, (2 of 2), 1948, n.d.

18

25

Sun Angle Calculator, 1950

18

26

Thermolux, n.d.

18

27*

Thermopane: General, 1953-1975

18

28

Thermopane: Farm Buildings, 1950-1956

18

29

Thermopane: Manuals, 1951-1962

18

30*

Thermopane: Merchandising Kit, [1957]

18

31*

Thermopane: National Brand Promotion, 1959

18

32

Thermopane: Ordering and Installation, 1951-1964

19

1

Tuf-Flex, 1950-1977

19

2*

Vari-Tran, [1973]

19

3

Vigil Pane, n.d.

19

4

Vitrolite, (1 of 2), 1951-1955; n.d.

19

5

Vitrolite, (2 of 2), [ca. 1930s]

19

6*

Vitrolite, “52 Designs to Modernize Main Street with Glass,” [ca. 1930s]

19

7

Vitrolux, 1956-1973; n.d.

19

8

Weekly Sales Bulletin, 1932

19

9

Window Conditioning, 1938; n.d.

19

10

Windshields, 1961-1968, n.d.

 

 

   

 

 

Press Releases

19

11

Press Releases, George P. MacNichol, Jr., 1947-1960

19

12

Press Releases, John D. Biggers, 1947-1962

19

13

Press Releases, May - Dec 1946

19

14

Press Releases, 1947

19

15

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1948

19

16

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1948

19

17

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1949

19

18

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1949

19

19

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1950

19

20

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1950

20

1

Press Releases, Jan - 21 Mar 1951

20

2

Press Releases, 22 Mar - Jun 1951

20

3

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1951

20

4

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1952

20

5

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1952

20

6

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1953

20

7

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1953

20

8

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1954

20

9

Press Releases, Jul - Sep 1954

20

10

Press Releases, Oct - Dec 1954

20

11

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1955

20

12

Press Releases, May - Aug 1955

20

13

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1955

21

1

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1956

21

2

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1956

21

3

Press Releases, Jan -Jun 1957

21

4

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1957

21

5

Press Releases, 1958

21

6

Press Releases, Jan - May 1959

21

7

Press Releases, Jun - Dec 1959

21

8

Press Releases, Jan - Aug 1960

21

9

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1960

21

10

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1961

21

11

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1961

21

12

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1962

21

13

Press Releases, May - Jul 1962

22

1

Press Releases, Aug - Dec 1962

22

2

Press Releases, Jan - May 1963

22

3

Press Releases, Jun - Aug 1963

22

4

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1963

22

5

Press Releases, Jan - May 1964

22

6

Press Releases, Jun - Aug 1964

22

7

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1964

22

8

Press Releases, Jan - May 1965

22

9

Press Releases, Jun - Aug 1965

22

10

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1965

22

11

Press Releases, Jan - Mar 1966

22

12

Press Releases, Apr - Jun 1966

22

13

Press Releases, Jul - Sep 1966

22

14

Press Releases, Oct - Dec 1966

23

1

Press Releases, Jan - Mar 1967

23

2

Press Releases, Apr - Aug 1967

23

3

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1967

23

4

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1968

23

5

Press Releases, May - Jul 1968

23

6

Press Releases, Aug - Dec 1968

23

7

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1969

23

8

Press Releases, May - Jul 1969

23

9

Press Releases, Aug - Dec 1969

23

10

Press Releases, Jan - May 1970

23

11

Press Releases, Jun- Dec 1970

23

12

Press Releases, Jan - May 1971

23

13

Press Releases, Jun - Aug 1971

23

14

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1971

24

1

Press Releases, Jan - Mar 1972

24

2

Press Releases, Apr - Jul 1972

24

3

Press Releases, Aug 1972

24

4

Press Releases, Sep - Dec 1972

24

5

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1973

24

6

Press Releases, May - Jun 1973

24

7

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1973

24

8

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1974

24

9

Press Releases, May - Sep 1974

24

10

Press Releases, Oct - Dec 1974

24

11

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1975

24

12

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1975

24

13

Press Releases Index 1976 - 1980

25

1

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1976

25

2

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1976

25

3

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1977

25

4

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1977

25

5

Press Releases, Jan - Jun 1978

25

6

Press Releases, Jul - Dec 1978

25

7

Press Releases, Jan - Apr 1979

25

8

Press Releases, May - Dec 1979

25

9

Press Releases, 1980

25

10

Press Releases Index 1981

25

11

Press Releases, 1981

25

12

Press Releases,  1982

25

13

Press Releases, 1983

25

14

Press Releases, Jan - Oct 1984

26

1^

Press Releases, “Building Page Features,” Nov 1954-Dec 1975

26

2^

Press Releases, “Glass in the News,” Sept 1964-1971

26

3^

Press Releases, “Women’s Page Features,” February 1961-1976

58

1

Press Releases - Advertising, Awards

58

2

Press Releases - Buildings A-C

58

3

Press Releases - Buildings D-F

58

4

Press Releases - Buildings G-K

58

5

Press Releases - Buildings L-N

58

6

Press Releases - Buildings O-R

58

7

Press Releases - Buildings S-T

58

8

Press Releases - Buildings U-Z

58

9

Press Releases - Distributors

58

10

Press Releases - Distributors Aid

58

11

Press Releases - Exhibits & Displays

58

12

Press Releases - Finances

58

13

Press Releases - Finances

58

14

Press Releases - Films

58

15

Press Releases - General & Misc.

58

16

Press Releases - General & Misc.

58

17

Press Releases - Individual Paper, Speeches, Magazine Articles to 1975

58

18

Press Releases - Individual Papers, Speeches, Magazine Articles to 1975

58

19

Press Releases - General Use in Home, Office & Schools

58

20

Press Releases - Liberty Mirror

58

21

Press Releases - Motor Vehicles

58

22

Press Releases - Personnel - Honors Outside Work

58

23

Press Releases - Personnel LOF Building to 1974

58

24

Press Releases - Personnel LOF Building to 1974

59

1

Press Releases - Personnel LOF Building 1974+

59

2

Press Releases - Personnel LOF Building 1974+

59

3

Press Releases - Labor

59

4

Press Releases - Personnel Patent

59

5

Press Releases - Sales 1962-1968

59

6

Press Releases - Sales 1962-1968

59

7

Press Releases - Sales 1969-1972

59

8

Press Releases - Sales 1969-1972

59

9

Press Releases - Sales 1976+

59

10

Press Releases - Personnel Technical

59

11

Press Releases - Twenty-five Year Awards

59

12

Press Releases - Plant & Expansion for all of the Company

59

13

Press Releases - Plants & Expansion for all of the Company

59

14

Press Releases - Product Brochures

59

15

Press Releases - Seminars

59

16

Press Releases - Space & Water

59

17

Press Releases - Specific Product Information

59

18

Press Releases - Subsidiaries

26

4

Internal Releases 1979 - 1982

26

5

Internal Releases “News” 1980 - 1983

26

6

Internal Releases “People” 1979 - 1983

26

7

Internal Releases “Special” 1980 - 1983

 

 

 

 

 

Advertising Scrapbooks

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1851-1924

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1927

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1927-1966 (Ads in Saturday Evening Post only)

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1931-1932

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1936

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, "Review of LOF Advertising in 1942"

 

^

Advertising Scrapbook, 1943

 

 

 

 

 

Libbey-Owens-Ford Advertising Yearbooks (bound)

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1936

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1938

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1940

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1941

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1942

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1943

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1944

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1945

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1946

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1947

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1948

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1949

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1950

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1951

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1952

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1953

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1954

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1955

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1956

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1957

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1958

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1959

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1960

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1961

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1962

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1963

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1964

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1965

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1966

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1967

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1968

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1969

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1970

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1972

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1973

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1974-1975

 

^

LOF Advertising yearbook, 1976-1977

 

 

 

67

1

Libbey-Owens-Ford Company LOF Advantages (January February March 1971 thru Summer 1974, Winter 1974 thru Summer 1975, Winter 1975)

67

2

LOF ADVANTAGES (n.d. [1976-1979])

67

3

 “LOF ADVERTISING OF THE MONTH” Correspondence (Memos, etc.) (Frank [Franklyn] R. Hawkins, Advertising Manager, “To Our Distributors”) ([“July-August”] 1945; “Spring,” 1946, [July-August thru November-December] 1946; [March-April] 1947 thru June 1, 1948; July 30 thru December 2, 1948; February 1949 thru October 1, 1951; December 5, 1951 thru March 1, 1952; May 1 thru December 1, 1952) (includes Don McAnally, Public Relations Department, “To LOF Sales Personnel,” [April-June}, July 14, September 10 and October 8, 1952).

 

 

 

 

 

“GLASS AT WORK” FILES (all have photographs)

 

 

Commercial Buildings (CB)

 

 

Airports (APT)

26

8

CB-4-APT; Toledo Express Airport, Toledo OH , 1955

26

8

CB-8-APT, New Orleans Municipal Airport, New Orleans LA, 1959

26

8

CB-9-APT, Hickory Municipal Airport, Hickory NC, 1962

26

8

CB-10-APT, Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Detroit MI, 1962

26

8

CB-11-APT, Clarence E. Hancock Airport, Syracuse NY, 1963

26

8

CB-12-APT, Memphis Metropolitan Airport, Memphis TN, 1964

26

9

CB-13-APT, Chemical & Industrial Corp. Hangar, Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH                                                                                     

26

10

CB-14-APT, Houston Intercontinental Airport, Houston TX, 1966

26

10

CB-15-APT, San Diego International Air Terminal, San Diego CA, 1967

26

11

CB-16-APT, Mac Arthur Terminal, Long Island Airport, Islip, Long Island, NY, 1967

26

11

CB-17-APT, Palm Beach International Airport, W. Palm Beach FL, 1969

26

11

CB-18-APT, Goldsboro Airport Terminal, Goldsboro NC, 1969

26

12*

CB-19-APT, National Airlines Terminal, JFK Airport, NY, NY, 1972

26

13

CB-20-APT, Dallas/Ft.Worth Administration Bldg, TX , 1973

26

13

CB-21-APT, Logan International Airport, Boston MA , 1975

 

 

 

 

 

Hospitals, Clinics (H)

26

14

CB-1-H, Sanibel Hospital , Middletown CT, 1945

26

14

CB-12-H, Sheboygan Clinic, Sheboygan WI , 1948

26

14

CB-16-H, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH , 1948

26

14

CB-18-H, St. Mary’s Hospital Isolation Building, Wausau WI, 1949

26

14

CB-24-H, Bryon Memorial Hospital, Lincoln NE, 1949

26

14

CB-26-H, Burlington Hospital, Burlington IA, 1954

26

14

CB-34-H, Sanders Clinic, Shreveport LA, 1951

26

14

CB-40-H, Faith General Hospital, St. Louis MO, 1958

26

15

CB-42-H, Smith County Hospital, Tyler TX, 1951

26

15

CB-47-H, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Francisco CA, 1954

26

15

CB-58-H, Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence RI, 1960

26

15

CB-61-H, Glenwood Hills Geriatrics Hospital, Minneapolis MN, 1959

26

15*

CB-62-H, Plumas County Nursing Home, Quincy CA, 1961

26

16

CB-63-H, Muhlenberg Medical Center, Bethlehem PA, 1961

26

16

CB-64-H, Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, Norwalk OH, 1962

26

16

CB-65-H, Capistrano-by-the-Sea Geriatrics Hospital, Dana Point CA, 1963

26

16

CB-66-H, The Bishop Edwin A. Penich Mem, Southern Pines.NC, 1965

26

17

CB-67-H, The University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver CO, 1965

26

17

CB-68-H, Canterbury Court, Atlanta GA, 1965

26

17

CB-69-H, Huntsville City Hospital, Huntsville, AL, 1966

26

18

CB-70-H, Parkwood Hospital, Atlanta GA, 1966

26

18

CB-71-H, Presbyterian Retirement Home, Winter Park FL, 1966

26

18

CB-72-H, Southeast Alabama General Hospital, Dothan AL, 1967

26

18

CB-73-H, Divine Savious Hospital & Nursing Home, Portage WI, 1970

26

18

CB-74-H, Missoula Community Hospital, Missoula MT, 1973

26

19

CB-75-H, Ivinson Memorial Hospital, Laramie WY, 1974

26

19

CB-76-H, St. Joseph’s Hospital East, Memphis TN, 1977

26

20

CB-77-H, University Medical & Dental Center, Fort Worth TX, 1977

26

21

CB-78-H, Danbury Hospital , Danbury CT, 1979

26

22

CB-84-H, Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles CA, 1977

26

23

CB-85-H, Allenmore Medical Center, Tacoma WA, 1976

26

24

CB-86-H, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Atlanta GA, 1978

26

25

CB-[?]-H, American General, Houston TX, n.d.

26

26*

CB-[?]-H, Memphis Medical & Diagnostic Centre, TN, 1986

 

 

 

 

 

Hotels, Motels, Lodges, Country Clubs (HLC)

26

27

CB-4-HLC, Sea View Hotel, Miami Beach FL, 1949

26

27

CB-7-HLC, DuPont Plaza Hotel, Washington DC, 1949

26

27

CB-13-HLC, Jackson Lake Lodge, Jackson Hole WY, 1955

26

27

CB-19-HLC, Blue Hills Country Club, Canton MS, 1956

26

27

CB-26-HLC, Sundown Country Club, Scottsdale AZ, 1957

26

27

CB-35-HLC, Tidelands Motor Inn, Houston TX, 1959

26

27

CB-37-HLC, Grossinger Hotel, Grossinger NC, 1959

26

27

CB-38-HLC, Mount Shasta Ski Lodge, Mt. Shasta CA, 1959

26

27

CB-39-HLC, Executive House, Chicago IL, 1959

26

27

CB-42-HLC, Sahara Motel, Chicago IL, 1960

26

28*

CB-43-HLC, Howard Johnson Motel, Memphis TN, 1961

26

28

CB-44-HLC, Blue Lakes Country Club, Twin Falls ID, 1961

26

28

CB-45-HLC, Lake Meadows Club House, Chicago IL, 1961

26

29

CB-46-HLC, Carrousel Motor Hotel, Houston TX, 1962

26

29

CB-47-HLC, Smithville Inn, Smithville NJ, 1962

26

29

CB-48-HLC, Howard Johnson Motor Lodge, Texarkana AR, 1962

26

29

CB-49-HLC, Howard Johnson Motor Lodge, Park Ridge IL, 1962

26

29

CB-50-HLC, Phoenix Country Club-Restaurant, Phoenix AZ, 1962

26

30

CB-51-HLC, Edmonds Yacht Club, Edmonds WA, 1963

26

30

CB-52-HLC, Robert Driscoll Hotel, Corpus Christi TX, 1963

26

30

CB-53-HLC, Maxfield Lodge, Big Cottonwood Canyon UT, 1963

26

31

CB-54-HLC, Boyne Mountain Lodge, Boyne Falls MI, 1963

26

31

CB-55-HLC, Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel, Houston TX, 1963

27

1

CB-56-HLC, Cabana Motor Hotel, Dallas TX, 1963

27

1

CB-57-HLC, Vacation Village , Mission Bay, San Diego CA, 1963

27

2

CB-58-HLC, Shanty Creek Lodge, Bellaire MI, 1965

27

2

CB-59-HLC, Elks Club, Columbia SC, 1965

27

2

CB-60-HLC, Pleasant Point Resort, Point Pleasant WV, 1965

27

3*

CB-61-HLC, Del Webb’s Townhouse, Phoenix AZ, 1965

27

3

CB-62-HLC, Minnehaha Country Club, Sioux Falls SD, 1965

27

3

CB-63-HLC, Florida Yacht Club of Jacksonville, Jacksonville FL, 1966

27

4

CB-64-HLC, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles CA, 1966

27

4

CB-65-HLC, Lamar Hotel, Houston TX, 1966

27

5

CB-66-HLC, Sheraton Marina Inn, Corpus Christi TX , 1966

27

6

CB-67-HLC, Lake Eufahla North Lodge, Near Oklahoma City OK, 1966

27

7

CB-68-HLC, Overbrook Golf Club, Bryn Mawr PA, 1967

27

7

CB-69-HLC, Waterbury Club, Waterbury CT, 1967

27

7

CB-70-HLC, Burr Oak Lodge, Glouster OH, 1967

27

7

CB-71-HLC, Automobilorama, Harrisburg PA, 1967

27

8

CB-72-HLC, Pier 66, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1967

27

8*

CB-73-HLC, Hilton Hotel, St. Paul MN, 1967

27

9

CB-74-HLC, Inverness Club, Toledo OH, 1968

27

9

CB-75-HLC, College Club of Seattle, Seattle WA, 1969

27

9*

CB-76-HLC, Eddie Mays Inn, Hood River OR, 1969

27

10

CB-77-HLC, Pishall’s Bush Point Resort, Freeland WA, 1970

27

10

CB-78-HLC, Hanford House, Richland WA,1970

27

11

CB-79-HLC, Watergate Yachting Center, Kemah TX, 1971

27

11

CB-80-HLC, Town & Country Hotel, San Diego CA, 1971

27

11

CB-81-HLC, Royal Inn at the Embarcadero, San Diego CA, 1971

27

11

CB-82-HLC, Westgate Plaza Hotel, San Diego CA, 1971

27

12

CB-83-HLC, The Homestead, Hot Springs VA, 1974

27

13

CB-84-HLC, Marriott Hotel/First Bank Center, South Bend IN, 1982

27

14

CB-85-HLC, Silver Lake Country Club, Orland Park IL, 1978

27

15

CB-[?]-HLC, Wyndham Hotel, Dallas TX, 1983

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous (M)

27

16

CB-9-M, Lelong, Lucien Offices, Inc., Chicago IL, 1948

27

16

CB-10-M, Oregonian Publishing Co., Portland OR, 1948

27

16

CB-14-M, Star-Tribune Building, Minneapolis MN, 1949

27

16

CB-18-M, Wire Building, Washington DC, 1950

27

16

CB-21-M, American Export Lines, New York NY, 1951

27

16

CB-25-M, Toledo Central Union Terminal, Toledo OH, 1950

27

16

CB-29-M, General Motors Technical Center, Detroit MI, 1951/56

27

16

CB-36-M, Seals Stadium Press Box, San Francisco CA, 1949

27

16

CB-38-M, Wyatt Building, Washington DC, 1953

27

16

CB-40-M, Melrose Building , Houston TX, 1954

27

16

CB-44-M, Mile High Center Office Building, Denver CO, 1954

27

16

CB-53-M, American Oil Co., New York NY, 1955

27

16

CB-54-M, Moore, H.W. Equipment Co., Denver CO, 1955

27

16

CB-69-M, Miniature Precision Bearings, Inc., Keene NH, 1956

27

16

CB-76-M, Thomas A. Schutz Co., Morton Grove IL, 1957

27

16

CB-85-M, Uris Buildings, New York NY, 1958

27

16

CB-88-M, Girl Scouts Building, New York NY, 1958

27

16

CB-89-M, AAA Building, Seattle WA, 1958

27

16

CB-90-M, Braniff Building , Dallas TX, 1958

27

16

CB-94-M, Barnett Building , Roswell NM, 1958

27

16

CB-95-M, 2800 Euclid Building, Cleveland OH, 1958

27

17

CB-102-M, Wakefield Co., Vermilion OH, 1958

27

17

CB-103-M, Stuart G. Thompson Building, Seattle WA, 1958

27

17

CB-116-M, J. A. Riggs Co., Little Rock AR, 1959

27

17

CB-122-M, Indiana State Teachers Assn., Indianapolis IN, 1959

27

17

CB-126-M, International Minerals and Chemicals, Skokie IL , 1959

27

17

CB-128-M, Eli Lilly, Indianapolis IN, 1959

27

17

CB-129-M, The Standard Oil Co, Indianapolis IN, 1959

27

17

CB-132-M, Norton Building, Seattle WA, 1959

27

17

CB-133-M, 777 Building, Denver CO, 1959

27

17

CB-136-M, John Hancock Building, San Francisco CA, 1960

27

17

CB-137-M, Chicago Seven-Up Bottling Co., Chicago IL, 1960

27

17

CB-138-M, National Association of Security Dealers, Inc., Harris Trust & Savings Bank Building, Chicago IL, 1960

27

17

CB-139-M, The Austin Co., Cleveland OH , 1960

27

17

CB-140-M, The Ohio Fuel Gas Co., Toledo OH, 1961

27

17

CB-141-M, 2100 N.E. 49th Street, Ft. Lauderdale FL, 1961

27

17

CB-142-M, Texas Instruments Central Research Laboratories, Dallas TX, 1961

27

17

CB-143-M, Trailways Travel Bureau, New York NY, 1961

27

17

CB-144-M, Columbia Gulf Transmission, Houston TX, 1962

27

17

CB-145-M, Icard, Merrill, Cullis, & Trimm, Sarasota FL, 1962

27

18

CB-147-M, New Jersey Power & Light, Morristown NJ, 1962

27

18

CB-148-M, Amarlite Corp., Atlanta GA, 1962

27

18

CB-149-M, Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Co., Morris Plains NJ, 1962

27

18

CB-150-M, Illinois Agricultural Building, Bloomington IL, 1962

27

18

CB-151-M, Cadillac Gage Co., Warren MI, 1962

27

18

CB-152-M, Robison-Anton Textile Co., Fairview NJ, 1963

27

18

CB-153-M, Tennessee Gas Transmission Co., Houston TX, 1963

27

18

CB-154-M, Plains Cotton Cooperative Assn., Lubbock TX, 1963

27

18

CB-155-M, Del Webb Building, Phoenix AZ, 1963 (see also CB-61-HLC)

27

18

CB-156-M, Insurance Building, San Antonio TX, 1963

27

18

CB-157-M, Boeing Co., Vertol Division, Engineering and Dynamic Center, Morton PA

27

18

CB-158-M, Oak Plaza Building, Dallas TX, 1964

27

18

CB-159-M, United of America Building , Chicago IL, 1964

27

18

CB-160-M, United States Gypsum Building, Chicago IL, 1964

27

19

CB-161-M, Raymond R. Hedden & Co., Dallas PA, 1964

27

19

CB-162-M, The Travelers Insurance Companies, Houston TX, 1964

27

19

CB-163-M, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Hartford-Springfield, Windsor CT, 1964

27

19

CB-164-M, Burroughs Building, New York NY, 1964

27

19

CB-165-M, Peden Steel Co., Raleigh NC, 1964

27

19

CB-168-M, Tiger Stadium, Detroit MI, 1965

27

19

CB-169-M, 4 Penn Center, Philadelphia PA, 1965

27

19

CB-170-M, IBM Building, Seattle WA, 1965

27

19

CB-171-M, Burroughs Corp., Detroit MI, 1965

27

19

CB-172-M, Imperial Bowling Lanes, Toledo OH, 1965

27

19

CB-173-M, J. C. Penney Building, New York NY, 1965

27

19

CB-174-M, Papert Koenig Lois, Inc., New York NY, 1965

27

19

CB-175-M, Standard Oil Building, San Francisco CA, 1965

27

20

CB-176-M, Durrant-Deininger-Dommer-Kramer-Gordon, Dubuque, IA 1965

27

20

CB-177-M, Maywood Park, Maywood IL, 1965

27

20

CB-178-M, Alpha Garage, New York NY, 1965

27

20

CB-179-M, General Motors Desert Proving Ground, Mesa AZ, 1965

27

20

CB-180-M, Houston Siteman Building, Houston TX, 1965

27

20

CB-181-M, Nassau Bay Complex, Houston TX, 1965

27

20

CB-182-M, Lighting & Supply Co., Inc., Richmond VA, 1965

27

20

CB-183-M, Batavia Downs Race Track, Batavia NY, 1965

27

20

CB-184-M, Reinauer Brothers, Inc., Hackensack NJ, 1965

27

21

CB-185-M, Graphic Arts Building, Lincolnwood IL, 1966

27

21

CB-186-M, Douglas Aircraft Co., Long Beach CA, 1965

27

21

CB-187-M, Sunland Race Track Grand Stand, Anapra NM, 1966

27

21

CB-188-M, W. J. Megin, Inc., Naugatuck CT, 1966

27

21

CB-189-M, Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc., Nutley NJ, 1966

27

21

CB-190-M, Gates McDonald & Co., Columbus OH, 1966

27

21

CB-191-M, Trinity Testing Laboratories of Austin, Austin TX, 1966

27

21

CB-192-M, Kennecott Building, Salt Lake City UT, 1966

27

21

CB-193-M, Fifth Avenue Financial Centre, San Diego CA, 1966

27

22

CB-194-M, Columbia Broadcasting System, New York NY, 1966

27

22

CB-195-M, Zondervan Publishing House, Grand Rapids MI, 1966

27

22

CB-196-M, A.T.O. Building, Champaign IL, 1966

27

22

CB-197-M, Professional Arts Center, Miami FL, 1966

27

22

CB-198-M, Bob Ehmann Construction, Miami FL, 1966

27

22

CB-199-M, Eckert-Gatarz, New Brunswick NJ, 1966

27

22

CB-200-M, Space Needle, Seattle WA, 1966

27

22

CB-201-M, Avon Products, Suffern NY, 1966

27

22

CB-202-M, Life of Georgia Center, Atlanta GA, 1966

28

1

CB-203-M, Cunningham-Limp Office Building, Birmingham MI, 1966

28

1

CB-204-M, RCA Whirlpool, Evansville IN, 1967

28

1

CB-205-M, Jenn-Air Corp., Indianapolis IN, 1967

28

1

CB-206-M, John D. Latimer and Associates, Durham NC, 1967

28

1

CB-207-M, International Minerals & Chemical Co., Libertysville IL, 1967

28

1

CB-208-M, The Sun Life Building, Baltimore MI, 1967

28

1

CB-209-M, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI, 1967

28

1

CB-210-M, Globe Union Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee WI, 1967

28

1

CB-211-M, Employers Insurance of Wausau, Wausau WI, 1967

28

2

CB-212-M, Nevada Equities, Inc., Las Vegas NV, 1968

28

2

CB-213-M, Hexcel Products, Inc., Dublin CA, 1968

28

2

CB-214-M, Beneficial Insurance Building, Los Angeles CA, 1968

28

2

CB-215-M, Waikiki Business Plaza, Honolulu HA, 1968

28

2

CB-216-M, Battelle Memorial Institute, Richland WA, 1968

28

2

CB-217-M, Industrial Contractors Building, Idaho Falls ID, 1968

28

2

CB-218-M, Concord Office Buildings, Miami FL, 1968

28

3*

CB-219-M, General Motors Corporation Building, New York NY, 1968 (1 of 3)

28

4

CB-219-M, General Motors Corporation Building, New York NY, 1968 (2 of 3)

28

5

CB-219-M, General Motors Corporation Building, New York NY, 1968 (3 of 3)

28

6

CB-220-M, Illinois Bell Telephone Co., Chicago IL, 1968

28

6

CB-221-M, Stanley T. Scott Building, Seattle WA, 1968

28

6

CB-222-M, First American Building, San Jose CA, 1969

28

6

CB-223-M, Westinghouse Air Brake Co., Peoria IL, 1969

28

7*

CB-224-M, National Farm Life Insurance Co., Fort Worth TX 1968

28

8

CB-225-M, Brady Motorfrate Inc., Des Moines IA, 1969

28

8

CB-226-M, Senco Products Inc., Cincinnati OH, 1969

28

9*

CB-227-M, U.S. Navy Arctic Research Center, Pt. Barrow AK, 1969

28

9

CB-229-M, 2300 West Loop Building, Houston TX, 1969

28

9

CB-230-M, KIRO TV & Radio, Seattle WA, 1969

28

9

CB-231-M, Gates Rubber Co., Denver CO, 1969

28

10

CB-232-M, Schafer-Flynn-van Dijk-Dalton-Grimm & Johnson, Cleveland, OH, 1969

28

11*

CB-233-M, ADS Anker Corporation, Oak Book IL, 1969

28

12

CB-234-M, Whirlpool Corporation, St. Joseph MI, 1969

28

12

CB-235-M, National Cash Register Electronics Building, San Diego CA, 1970

28

12

CB-236-M, Northwest Building, Bellevue WA, 1970

28

12

CB-237-M, Pacific North West Bell Building, Seattle WA, 1970

28

13

CB-238-M, Tektronix Inc., Beaverton OR , 1970

28

13

CB-239-M, Signode Manufacturing Co., Covington KY, 1970

28

13

CB-240-M, Lemmon Park Central, Dallas TX, 1970

28

13

CB-241-M, First National Tower Building, Ft. Collins CO, 1970

28

14

CB-242-M, Western Farmers Association Headquarters, Seattle WA, 1970

28

14

CB-243-M, Avco Financial Center, Newport Beach CA, 1971

28

14

CB-244-M, Blue Cross-Blue Shield Building, Memphis TN, 1971

28

15*

CB-245-M , World Trade Center, New York NY, 1971 (1 of 2)

28

16*

CB-245-M , World Trade Center, New York NY, 1971 (2 of 2)

28

17

CB-246-M, Toledo Edison Building, Toledo OH, 1971

28

17

CB-247-M, Lakeside Plaza Building, Lake Oswego OR, 1971

28

17

CB-248-M, Union Oil Company Building, Anchorage AK, 1971

28

17

CB-249-M, Executive Plaza, Houston TX, 1971

28

17

CB-250-M, 1900 Avenue of the Stars Building, Century City, Los Angeles CA, 1971

28

17

CB-251-M, Shareholder’s Building, Century City, Los Angeles CA, 1971

28

18

CB-252-M, Fiberglas Tower, Toledo OH, 1971

28

18

CB-253-M, Stemmons Twin Tower, Dallas TX, 1971

28

18

CB-254-M, Old Seattle Times Building, Seattle WA, 1971

28

18

CB-255-M, Stuyvesant Plaza , Guilderland NY, 1971

28

19

CB-256-M, Southwestern Bell, Wichita KS, 1971

28

19

CB-257-M, Dixie Life Insurance Building, Jackson MS, 1972

28

19

CB-258-M, Ashland Oil Co., Russell KY, 1972

28

19

CB-259-M, California Computer Products Inc., Santa Ana CA, 1972

28

19

CB-260-M, Emmerson Electric, St. Louis MO, 1972

28

19

CB-261-M, Control Data Corp. Headquarters, Bloomington MN, 1972

28

19

CB-262-M, John Hancock Tower, Boston MA, 1972

28

19

CB-263-M, Weyerhaeuser Building, Auburn WA, 1972

28

19

CB-264-M, American National Insurance Co., Galveston TX, 1972

28

19

CB-265-M, Coastal State Life Insurance, Atlanta GA, 1972

29

1

CB-266-M, Commerce Clearing House, San Rafael CA, 1972

29

1*

CB-267-M, Michigan Consolidated Gas, Detroit MI, 1964 

29

2*

CB-268-M, 88 Pine Street , New York NY, 1972

29

3

CB-269-M, General Telephone Building, Everett WA, 1972

29

3

CB-270-M, Investors Diversified Services, Minneapolis MN 1973

29

3

CB-271-M, First National-Southern Natural Building, Birmingham AL, 1973

29

3

CB-272-M, Sutton Metropark, Woodbridge NJ, 1973

29

3

CB-273-M, Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco CA, 1973

29

3

CB-274-M, William C. Brown Co. Publishers Building, Dubuque IA, 1973

29

3*

CB-275-M, LaSalle Plaza, Chicago IL, 1974

29

3

CB-276-M, TeleMation, Inc., Salt Lake City UT, 1974

29

4

CB-277-M, Union Tribune Building, San Diego CA, 1974

29

5*

CB-278-M, Chromalloy Plaza Building, Clayton MO, 1974

29

6

CB-279-M, C&P Telephone Office Building, Norfolk VA, 1974

29

6*

CB-280-M, Houston Lighting & Power, Houston TX, 1974

29

7*

CB-281-M, McDonnell Douglas Headquarters Building, St. Louis MO, 1974

29

7

CB-282-M, Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Clarksburg WV, 1975

29

8

CB-283-M, Allendale Mutual Insurance Co., Johnston, RI, 1975

29

8

CB-284-M, Horace Mann Office Building, Springfield IL, 1975

29

8*

CB-285-M, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of North Carolina, Durham NC, 1975

29

9

CB-286-M, A. T. Cross Corporate Headquarters, Lincoln RI , 1975

29

9

CB-287-M, National Savings Life Insurance, Murfreesboro TN, 1975

29

9

CB-288-M, Archer Reality Building, Irving TX, 1975

29

9*

CB-289-M, Executive Plaza, Kansas City MO, 1975

29

10

CB-290-M, San Mateo Square Office Building, San Mateo CA 1975

29

11

CB-291-M, Johns-Manville R&D Center, Jefferson County CO, 1975

29

11

CB-292-M, Whirlpool Administration Building, Benton Harbor MI, 1975

29

11

CB-293-M, New Jersey Bell Telephone Building, Jersey City NJ, 1975

29

12

CB-294-M, IRS Building, Salt Lake City UT, 1975

29

12

CB-295-M, NUS Building, Rockville MD , 1975

29

13

CB-296-M, Northern Federal Building , St. Paul MN, 1975

29

13

CB-297-M, Lake St. Louis Office Building, Lake St. Louis MO, 1976

29

13

CB-298-M, First Financial Tower, Tampa FL, 1976

29

13

CB-299-M, Flat Glass Marketing Association, Topeka KS, 1976

29

13

CB-300-M, Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities (CPHA) Building, Ann Arbor

29

13*

CB-301-M, Silver State Building, Las Vegas NV, 1976

29

14*

CB-302-M, Teamsters Building, Washington DC, 1976

29

14*

CB-303-M, Lehmann Building, Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis MO, 1976

29

15*

CB-304-M, Monumental Properties Inc., Baltimore MD, 1976

29

15

CB-305-M, In-Wood Plaza, Bishop’s Woods Office Park, Brookfield WI, 1976

29

16

CB-306-M, Bankers Trust Tower, Columbia SC, 1976

29

17

CB-307-M, Ruan Center, Des Moines IA, 1976

29

17

CB-308-M, Independent Square, Jacksonville FL, 1976

29

18*

CB-309-M, Central Federal Tower, San Diego CA, 1976

29

19

CB-310-M, Nabisco Global Headquarters, East Hanover NJ, 1976

29

19

CB-311-M, Ontario Hydro Building, Toronto, Canada, 1977

30

1*

CB-312-M, Triangle Building, Atlanta GA, 1977

30

1*

CB-313-M, Ordway Building, Kaiser Center, Oakland CA, 1977

30

2

CB-314-M, Hyatt Regency, Memphis TN, 1977

30

2

CB-315-M, Tower Place, Atlanta GA, 1977

30

3*

CB-316-M, One Valley Square, Charleston WV, 1978

30

4

CB-317-M, World Trade Center, Baltimore MD, 1977

30

5*

CB-318-M , Raceway Park, Toledo OH, 1978 (1 of 2)

30

6*

CB-318-M , Raceway Park, Toledo OH, 1978 (2 of 2)

30

7*

CB-319-M, IBM World Trade Headquarters, Mt. Pleasant NY, 1979

30

8*

CB-320-M, The Fort Inc., Longmont CO, 1979

30

9

CB-321-M, Ft. Mitchell Executive Center, FT. Mitchel KY, 1979

30

10*

CB-322-M, Owens-Illinois Headquarters Building, Toledo OH,1980-1981

30

11

CB-323-M, General American Life Insurance, St. Louis MO, 1979

30

12

CB-324-M, Kelly Services, Troy MI, 1980

30

13

CB-325-M, Hyatt Regency, Reunion Center, Dallas TX, 1976

30

14

CB-326-M, Exchange Place , Atlanta GA, 1981

30

15*

CB-327-M, Fieldale Corp., Baldwin GA, 1982

30

16

CB-328-M, Fluor Corp, Irvine CA, 1978

30

17

CB-329-M, Lynnfield Office, Memphis TN, 1975

30

18

CB-331-M, Johns-Manville, Denver CO, 1981

30

19*

CB-332-M, Continental Plaza, Ft. Worth TX, 1982

30

20*

CB-333-M, Riverhill Tower, Jackson MS, 1982

30

21

CB-334-M, Mayfair Tower, Wauwatosa WI, 1979

30

22

CB-335-M, American General Life Building, Houston TX, 1980

30

23

CB-336-M, Executive Square, Nashville TN, 1977

30

24

CB-337-M, Par/Troy Knoll, Parsippany NJ, 1977

30

25

CB-338-M, Aetna Insurance Co., Jackson FL, 1973

30

26*

CB-339-M, Plaza 600 Building, Seattle WA, 1979

30

27

CB-340-M, Stix, Baer & Fuller, St. Louis MO, 1979

30

28

CB-341-M, Water Tower Plaza, Chicago IL, 1976

30

29

CB-342-M, Oil & Atomic Workers Union Building, Denver CO, 1979

30

30

CB-343-M, Maritime Life Assurance, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1976

30

31

CB-344-M, Mt. Airy Corners, Basking Ridge NJ, 1979

30

32

CB-345-M, One Tamarac Square, Denver CO, 1983 (Two Tamarac Square)

30

33

CB-346-M, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Baltimore MD, 1972

30

34*

CB-347-M, Pennzoil Place , Houston TX, 1973

30

35*

CB-348-M, Rodale Press, Emmaus PA, 1982

31

1

CB-349-M, William Morris Agency, Beverly Hills CA, 1982

31

2

CB-350-M, CBS Embassy Square, Omaha NE, 1981

31

3

CB-351-M, Hooker Chemical, Niagara Falls NY, 1981

31

4

CB-352-M, Park 80 West II, Saddlebrook NY, 1982

31

5

CB-353-M, Madison Plaza, Chicago IL, 1982

31

6

CB-354-M, Charlotte Plaza, Charlotte NC, 1982

31

7*

CB-355-M, Xerox Center, Chicago IL, 1981

31

8

CB-356-M, #8 Penn Center, Philadelphia PA, 1982

31

9

CB-357-M, Rainbow Centre, Niagara Falls NY, 1982

31

10

CB-358-M, Harbor Place, Baltimore MD, 1980

31

11

CB-359-M, Ontario Civic Center, Ontario CA, 1982

31

12

CB-360-M, Los Angeles Harbor, Los Angeles CA, 1982

31

13

CB-361-M, 1818 Market Street, Philadelphia PA, 1980

31

14

CB-362-M, IBM Building, Purchase NY, 1983

31

15

CB-363-M, Riverwalk Center , San Antonio TX, 1982

31

16

CB-364-M, Wilshire Palisades Plaza, Santa Monica CA, 1982

31

17

CB-365-M, International Jewelry Center, Los Angeles CA, 1982

31

18

CB-366-M, Smith-Kline Office Building, Philadelphia PA, 1980

31

19

CB-367-M, Grosvenor Center , Honolulu, HA, 1982

31

20

CB-368-M, Two Hillcrest Green, Dallas TX, 1981

31

21

CB-369-M, Plaza One, Lansing MI, 1978

31

22

CB-370-M, Policy Place/Gold, Charlotte NC, 1978

31

23

CB-371-M, Woodruff Building, Springfield MO, 1976

31

24

CB-372-M, Broadway Plaza Building, Tacoma WA, 1979

31

25

CB-373-M, Metropolitan Museum, New York NY, 1977

31

26

CB-374-M, Administration Building, Baytown TX, 1972

31

27

CB-375-M, Westbridge I, Houston TX, 1982

31

28

CB-376-M, Benchmark of NW Crossing, Houston TX, 1982

31

29

CB-377-M, Lincoln Park 10, Houston TX, 1982

31

30

CB-378-M, Summit Plaza, Houston TX, 1982

31

31

CB-379-M, 595 Market St. , San Francisco CA, n.d.

31

32

CB-380-M, One Gill Plaza, San Antonio TX, 1984

31

33

CB-381-M, Communicorp, Inc., Columbus GA, 1983

31

34

CB-382-M, Deaconess Medical Building, St. Louis MO, 1983

31

34

CB-383-M, Galleria Tower One & Two, Oklahoma City OK, 1983

31

34

CB-384-M, Four Cambridge Center, Boston MA, 1983

31

34

CB-385-M, Cottonwood Building, Raleigh NC, 1983

31

34

CB-386-M, State of Illinois Building, Chicago IL, 1983

31

34

CB-387-M, International Center Headquarters, Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), MO, 1983

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial Building files with no number assigned to them

31

35

Alfanco Project, Houston TX, 1982

31

36

A. B. Warren Development Building, Tucson AZ, 1986

31

37

Chicago Architectural Building, [Chicago IL], 1962

31

38

Citicorp Center, New York NY, 1976

31

39

Cities Service, Tulsa OK, 1982

31

40

2200 Clinton Building, 1986

31

41

College Life Insurance Co., Indianapolis IN, 1969

31

42

Damson Oil, Houston TX, n.d.

31

42

Eastman Kodak Co., Oakbrook IL, 1965

31

43

Fingers Building, Houston TX, n.d.

31

44

First National Realty Corp., New York NY, 1965

31

45

Fisher Body, Livonia MI, 1977

31

46

Four Allen Centre, Houston TX, 1983

31

46

Hallidie Building [San Francisco CA?], 1966

31

47

Hoffman & Heidrich Interior Designers and Consultants, New York NY, 1957

31

48

Houston Area Projects, [Houston TX], 1983

31

49

IBM Building, Chicago IL, 1958

31

50

IBM Building, Philadelphia PA, 1963

31

51

IBM Headquarters, Armonk NY, 1965

31

52

Indiana Bell, Indianapolis IN, 1976

31

52

International Minerals & Chemical Corp., 1959

31

53

John Deere & Co. Administrative Center, Moline IL, 1978

31

54

Kaiser Aluminum Co., Ravenswood WV, 1957

31

55

Kaiser Center, Oakland CA, 1960

31

56

Longwood Fardens, Kennett Square PA, 1956

31

57

McAuto Campus, Phase II, Hazelwood MO , 1983

31

58

McDonnell Aircraft Corp Engineering Campus, St. Louis MO 1959

31

59

Michigan Consolidated Gas Co, Detroit MI, 1963

31

60

National Lead Building, New York NY, 1977

31

61

Neiman-Marcus, Chicago IL, n.d.

31

62

Office Building #3, Charlotte NC, 1983

31

63

One Dallas Centre, Dallas TX, n.d.

31

64

Parke-Davis & Co., Ann Arbor MI , 1961

31

65

The Prudential Insurance Co of America, Newark NJ, 1962

31

66

Ralston-Purina, St. Louis MO , n.d.

31

67

Reynolds Metals Co., Richmond VA, 1958

31

68

San Ramon Valley Administration Complex, San Ramon CA 1986

31

69

Sea-Tac Office Center, Seattle WA, 1976

31

70

Stemmons Place, Dallas TX, n.d.

31

71

1333 Main, Columbia SC, 1983

31

72

Three Allen Center, Houston TX, n.d.

31

73

Time-Life Building, New York NY, 1959

31

74

Transco Tower, Houston TX, n.d.

31

75

Tucson Technical Center, Tucson AZ, 1986

31

76

Union Carbide Building, New York NY, 1959

31

77

Union Carbide Headquarters, Danbury CT, 1982

31

78

United American Plaza, Knoxville TN, 1982

32

1

U.S. Home Building, Houston TX, 1979

32

2

Westchase Midrise, Houston TX, 1983

32

3

West End Office Building, Nashville TN, n.d.

32

4

The Winter Building, Houston TX, n.d.

32

5

Woodlawn Building, New Orleans LA, 1986

32

6

World Towers, Houston TX, n.d.

32

7

Young & Rubicam, Inc., Detroit MI, 1964

32

8

Mobile Oil, Dallas TX , n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

Commercial Storefronts (CS)

 

 

Airlines Office (ALO)

32

9

CS-5-ALO, United Air Lines Office, Chicago IL, 1947

32

9

CS-9-ALO, United Air Lines, Mt. Prospect IL, 1962

32

9

CS-10-ALO, Eastern Airlines Co. Building, New York NY, 1966

32

9

CS-11-ALO, Montgomery County Airport, Conroe TX, 1966

32

10

CS-12-ALO, Tri-Cities Airport, Pasco WA, 1967

32

10

CS-13-ALO, Tishman Airport Center, Los Angeles CA, 1968

 

 

 

 

 

Apparel Stores (AP)

32

11

CA-?-AP, Melony’s Wardrobe, Miami FL, 1962

32

12

CS-1-AP, Three Sisters, Madison WI, 1947

32

12

CS-4-AP, Baskin’s, Chicago IL, 1948

32

12

CS-10-AP, York Childrens Shop, Monroe LA, 1951

32

12

CS-26-AP, The Grand, Milwaukee WI , 1954

32

12

CS-28-AP, Lamson’s Parkway Plaza Store, Maumee OH, 1955

32

12

CS-31-AP, Jarman Shoe Store, Toledo OH, 1955

32

12

CS-39-AP, River Oaks Shopping Center, Abilene TX, 1957

32

12

CS-43-AP, May - D&F Department Store, Denver CO, 1958

32

12

CS-45-AP, Craig’s, Sharpstown Shopping Center, Houston TX, 1962

32

12

CS-46-AP, Foley’s, Sharpstown Shopping Center, Houston TX, 1962

32

12

CS-47-AP, Leopold, Price & Rolle, Sharpstown Shopping Center, Houston TX, 1962

32

12

CS-48-AP, Chandler’s Shoes, Sharpstown Shopping Ctr., Houston TX, 1962

32

12

CS-49-AP, Sharpstown Shopping Center entrance, Houston TX, 1962

32

13

CS-50-AP, Globe Department Store, Scranton PA, 1964

32

13

CS-51-AP, Azar Plaza, Sarasota FL, 1966

32

14

CS-52-AP, Vanity Fair Shopping Center, San Antonio TX, 1966

32

14

CS-53-AP, Nordstrom Department Store, Seattle WA, 1975

32

14*

CS-54-AP, Famous-Barr Co., Fairview IL, 1976

 

 

 

 

 

Automotive Buildings (AU)

32

15

CS-2-AU, Pemberton Cadillac Building, Toledo OH, 1949

32

15

CS-7-AU, Hoosier Cadillac Co., Indianapolis IN, 1955

32

15

CS-9-AU, AMLICO Service Station, Atlanta TX, 1957

32

15

CS-12-AU, H.L. Schuth Buick, Fullerton CA, 1957

32

15

CS-21-AU, Airways Service Inc., Atlanta GA, 1962

32

15

CS-22-AU, Story Oldsmobile, Inc., Lansing MI, 1962

32

15

CS-23-AU, Sunoco Gasoline Station, Toledo OH, 1962

32

15

CS-24-AU, Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet Shopping Center, Rockford IL, 1964

32

16*

CS-25-AU, Ross Chevrolet, St. Petersburg FL, 1965

32

16

CS-26-AU, Century Oldsmobile Co., Van Nuys CA, 1965

32

16

CS-27-AU, McIlwain Cadillac Co., Abilene TX, 1965

32

16

CS-28-AU, Riker Chevrolet Co., Burlington NJ, 1965

32

17*

CS-29-AU, Richardson Chevrolet Co., Houston TX, 1965

32

17

CS-30-AU, Kitson Chevrolet Inc., Eatontown NJ, 1966

32

17

CS-31-AU, Rudolph Chevrolet, Phoenix AZ, 1966

 

 

 

 

 

Banks (BK)

32

18

CS-2-BK, Manufacturers National Bank, Detroit MI, 1948

32

18

CS-3-BK, City National Bank & Trust Co., Kansas City MO, 1948

32

18

CS-6-BK, Talman Federal Savings & Loan Association of Chicago IL, 1949

32

18

CS-23-BK, Leader Federal Savings & Loan Association, Memphis TN, 1958

32

18

CS-29-BK, Seattle First National Bank, Bellevue WA, 1957

32

18

CS-33-BK, Community National Bank, Bal Harbour FL, 1957

32

18

CS-37-BK, Fresno Guarantee Building, Fresno CA, 1958

32

18

CS-46-BK, First Savings & Loan Oakland CA, 1958

32

18

CS-47-BK, Amarillo National Bank, Amarillo TX

32

18

CS-49-BK, First National Bank of Monterey, Seaside CA, 1959

32

18

CS-52-BK, Union Planters National Bank, Memphis TN, 1959

32

18

CS-55-BK, First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Beaumont TX, 1959

32

18

CS-56-BK, Union Savings & Loan Association, Lansing MI

32

18

CS-57-BK, Florida State Bank, Sanford FL, 1961

32

18

CS-58-BK, Holland Mortgage & Investment Co., Houston TX, 1961

32

18

CS-59-BK, First National City Bank, Jamaica, Long Island NY, 1962

32

18

CS-61-BK, First Liberty National Bank, Liberty TX, 1962

32

18

CS-62-BK, Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, Kingsport TN, 1962

32

18

CS-63-BK, National Bank of Westchester, White Plains NY, 1962

32

19

CS-64-BK, First New Haven National Bank, New Haven CT, 1962

32

19

CS-65-BK, Brookfield Federal Savings & Loan, Brookfield IL, 1962

32

19

CS-66-BK, Amsterdam Federal Savings & Loan Association, Amsterdam NY, 1962

32

19

CS-67-BK, First National Bank, Ft. Worth TX, 1963

32

19

CS-68-BK, Mont Clare Savings & Loan Association, Elmwood Park IL, 1963

32

19

CS-69-BK, Western Savings & Loan, Salt Lake City UT, 1963

32

19

CS-70-BK, First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cocoa, Cocoa Beach FL, 1963

32

19

CS-71-BK, Groos National Bank, San Antonio TX, 1963

32

19

CS-72-BK, First Savings & Loan, Alvin TX, 1963

32

20

CS-73-BK, Hudson City Savings Bank, Jersey City NJ, 1963

32

20

CS-74-BK, First National Bank, Baltimore MD, 1963

32

20

CS-75-BK, Cambridge Savings & Loan Co., Cambridge OH, 1963

32

20

CS-76-BK, Ohio Citizens Trust Co., Toledo OH, 1963

32

20

CS-77-BK, Apollo Savings & Loan Association, Chicago IL, 1964

32

20

CS-78-BK, Susquehanna Savings & Loan Co., Wilkes-Barre PA, 1964

32

20

CS-79-BK, Security Bank & Trust Co., Midwest City OK, 1964

32

20

CS-80-BK, Republic National Bank of Dallas Tower, Dallas TX, 1964

32

20

CS-81-BK, City National Bank, Detroit MI, 1965

32

20

CS-82-BK, Western Savings Bank, Buffalo NY, 1965

32

21

CS-83-BK, Redwood National Bank, Napa CA, 1965

32

21

CS-84-BK, Detroit Bank & Trust Co., Detroit MI, 1965

32

21

CS-85-BK, Franklin Savings & Loan, San Francisco CA, 1965

32

21

CS-86-BK, Palmer First National Bank, Sarasota FL, 1965

32

21

CS-87-BK, First National Bank of Nevada, Reno NV, 1965

32

21

CS-88-BK, State College Federal Savings & Loan Association, Philipsburg PA, 1965

32

21

CS-89-BK, Southwest Savings, Phoenix AZ, 1965

32

21

CS-90-BK, Avondale Savings & Loan Association, Chicago IL 1965

32

22

CS-91-BK, Decatur Federal Savings & Loan Association, Decatur GA, 1965

32

22

CS-92-BK, Charleston Federal Savings & Loan, Charleston WV, 1965

32

22

CS-93-BK, First & Merchants National Bank, Richmond VA, 1966

32

22

CS-94-BK, First National Bank, San Diego CA, 1966

32

22

CS-95-BK, Security Savings & Loan “East,” Colorado Springs CO, 1966

32

22

CS-96-BK, Cuyahoga Savings Association, Cleveland OH, 1966

32

22

CS-97-BK, Commerce Union Bank, Nashville TN, 1966

32

22

CS-98-BK, Citizens Federal, San Francisco CA, 1966

32

22

CS-99-BK, University Federal Savings & Loan Association, Champaign IL, 1966

32

22

CS-100-BK, Bank of Dallas, Dallas TX, 1966

32

22

CS-102-BK, Lytton Savings & Loan Association, Canoga Park CA, 1966

32

22

CS-103-BK, Western Savings & Loan Association, Phoenix AZ, 1966

32

23

CS-104-BK, Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association of Miami, Miami FL, 1966

32

23

CS-105-BK, South Miami Federal Savings & Loan Association, Miami FL, 1966

32

23

CS-106-BK, Walla Walla Federal Savings & Loan, Kennewick WA, 1967

32

23

CS-107-BK, City National Bank, Los Angeles CA, 1967

32

23

CS-108-BK, Manufacturers Hanover Trust, New York NY, 1967

32

23

CS-109-BK, Planters National Bank, Rocky Mount NC, 1967

32

24

CS-110-BK, Union Bank Plaza , Sherman Oaks CA, 1967

32

24

CS-111-BK, Old National Bank of Washington, Pasco WA, 1968

32

24

CS-112-BK, Golden West Savings & Loan, Castro Valley CA, 1968

32

25

CS-113-BK, Crocker Citizens Bank, Los Angeles CA, 1968

32

25

CS-114-BK, Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust, Burlington IA, 1968

32

26

CS-115-BK, National Bank of Commerce, Seattle WA, 1968

32

26

CS-116-BK, Assoc Credit Bureaus of America Inc., Houston TX, 1969

32

26

CS-117-BK, Mutual Federal Savings & Loan Association, El Paso TX, 1969

32

26

CS-118-BK, Houston Police Federal Credit Union, Houston TX, 1969

32

26

CS-119-BK, Citizens National Bank, Abilene TX, 1969

33

1

CS-120-BK, Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan, Long Beach CA, 1970

33

1*

CS-121-BK, Charleston National Bank, Charleston WV, 1970

33

1

CS-122-BK, Gnadenhutten Bank, Gnadenhutten OH, 1970                                    

33

1

CS-123-BK, Bartow Federal Saving & Loan, Bartow FL, 1970

33

1

CS-124-BK, Branch Banking & Trust Co., Wilson NC, 1971

33

1

CS-125-BK, First National Bank of Arizona, Tempe AZ, 1971

33

2

CS-126-BK, Greenwich Savings Bank, New York NY, 1971

33

2

CS-127-BK, Cathay Bank, Los Angeles CA, 1972

33

2

CS-128-BK, First National Bank, Iuka MS, 1972

33

3

CS-129-BK, Citizens Fidelity Bank, Louisville KY, 1972

33

3

CS-130-BK, Detroit & Northern Savings & Loan Assn., Hancock MI, 1973

33

4*

CS-131-BK, Branch Bank & Trust Co., Charlotte NC, 1973                      

33

4

CS-132-BK, Valley Center, Phoenix AZ, 1974

33

5

CS-133-BK, Puget Sound Mutual Savings Bank, Seattle WA, 1974             

33

5

CS-134-BK, Peoples Homestead Savings & Loan, Monroe LA, 1975

33

6*

CS-135-BK, Hancock Saving & Loan Association, Findlay OH, 1976(1 of 2)

33

7*

CS-135-BK, Hancock Saving & Loan Association, Findlay OH, 1976(2 of 2)

33

8

CS-136-BK, Louisiana Savings Association, Alexandria LA, 1977

33

8*

CS-137-BK, State Federal Savings & Loan, Lincoln NE, 1977

33

9

CS-138-BK, First Federal Financial Plaza, Stockton CA, 1977

33

9

CS-139-BK, Valley Federal Savings & Loan, Grand Junction CO, 1977

33

10

CS-140-BK, Virginia National Bank Norfolk VA, 1978

33

11

CS-141-BK, National Bank & Trust Co., Ann Arbor MI, 1977-1978

33

11

CS-142-BK, Toledo Trust Headquarters, Toledo OH, 1980-1981

33

12*

CS-143-BK, First Federal Plaza, Austin TX, 1976-1977

33

13

CS-144-BK, Champions Bank, Houston TX, 1975-1976

33

14

CS-145-BK, People’s Savings Association, Toledo OH, 1978

33

15

CS-146-BK, First National Bank Building, Little Rock AR, 1975-1976

33

16

CS-147-BK, Northwestern Savings & Loan, Fargo ND, 1976-1977

33

17

CS-148-BK, Boatmen’s Tower, St. Louis MO, 1976-1979

33

18

CS-149-BK, First City National Bank/Tower, Houston TX, 1983

33

19

CS-?-BK, Allied Bank, Houston TS, n.d.

33

20

CS-?-BK, Bank of Dallas, Dallas TX, n.d.

33

21

CS-?-BK, Bank of Mississippi, Tupelo MS, n.d.

33

22

CS-?-BK, Banker’s Trust Building, New York NY, 1962

33

23

CS-?-BK, Chase Manhattan Bank Building, 1961

33

24

CS-?-BK, Federal Reserve Bank, Philadelphia PA 1964

33

25

CS-?-BK, First Texas Savings, Dallas TX, n.d.

33

26

CS-?-BK, Gibraltar Savings, Midland TX, n.d.

33

27

CS-?-BK, United Bank Center, Phoenix AX, n.d.

33

28

CS-?-BK, Republic Bank Tower, Denver CO, 1983

33

29

CS-?-BK, United Bank of Virginia, Richmond VA, 1983

 

 

           

 

 

Dry Cleaners (C)

33

30

CS-1-C, Craft Cleaners, Princeton NJ , 1967

 

 

           

 

 

Drug Stores (DS)

33

31

CS-1-DS, Deans Drug Store, Niles MI, 1946

33

31

CS-5-DS, Stineway Drug Co., Chicago IL, 1949

33

31

CS-10-DS, Patt’s Drug Store, San Antonio TX, 1958

 

 

             

 

 

Florists (F)

33

32

CS-2-F, Podesta & Bliocchi Florists, San Francisco CA, 1950

33

32

CS-7-F, House of Flowers, Inc., Dallas TX, 1958

33

32

CS-8-F, Flower Wonderland, North Plainfield NJ, 1965

 

 

           

 

 

Furniture and Appliance Stores (FA)

33

33

CS-2-FA, House of Modern Chairs, Inc., Detroit MI, 1947

33

33

CS-4-FA, Modernage Furniture Store, Miami FL

33

33

CS-5-FA, Edwin A. Kirch & Co., Hanover NJ, 1954

33

33

CS-9-FA, Whites Appliance & Furniture, Abilene TX, 1957

33

33

CS-11-FA, Traders, Phoenix AZ, 1957

33

33

CS-15-FA, McMahan’s, Vista CA, 1958

33

33

CS-16-FA, Modernage Furniture Co., Winter Park FL, 1963

33

33

CS-17-FA, Barrows Furniture, Phoenix AZ, 1965

 

 

           

 

 

Food Stores (FS)

33

34

CS-2-FS, Halan’s, Milwaukee WI , 1949

33

34

CS-6-FS, Buddy’s Supermarket, Fort Worth TX, 1963

 

 

           

 

 

Jewelry Stores (J)

33

35

CS-4-J, Klein’s House of Jewels, San Francisco CA, 1961

33

35

CS-5-J, M. Lemp Jewelry, Syracuse NY, 1963

33

35

CS-6-J, Osterman Jewelry Store, Toledo OH, 1976

 

 

           

 

 

Miscellaneous (M)

33

36

CS-3-M, Sports Center, Milwaukee WI, 1954

33

36

CS-7-M, Washington Water Power Co., Spokane WA, 1956

33

36

CS-14-M, Everett Waddey, Richmond VA, 1960

33

36

CS-15-M, Wilburt Inc., New York NY, 1963

 

 

           

 

 

Music Stores (MU)

33

37

CS-1-MU, Cowl’s Music Shop, Laredo TX, 1958

 

 

           

 

 

Photography Stores (PS)

33

38

CS-3-PS, Osborne Studio, Middletown OH, 1960

 

 

           

 

 

Restaurants (R)

33

39

CS-3-R, Ivanhoe Restaurant, Chicago IL, 1949

33

39

CS-14-R, Degnan’s, Yosemite National Park CA, 1959

33

39

CS-19-R, Waldorf Cafeteria, Syracuse NY, 1961

33

39

CS-20-R, Bart’s Wharf, Portland OR, 1962

33

39

CS-21-R, Utah Capitol Cafeteria (Plaza Building), Salt Lake City UT, 1962

33

39

CS-22-R, Mohawk Tepee Restaurant, Amsterdam NY, 1962

33

39

CS-23-R, Toddle House, New Haven CT, 1963

33

39

CS-24-R, Marcus Dairy Bar, Norwalk CT, 1963

33

39

CS-25-R, Ship Ahoy Restaurant, Corpus Christi TX, 1966

33

40

CS-26-R, Swingle Diners Inc., Middlesex NJ, 1967

33

40

CS-27-R, Dobbs House Restaurant, Savannah GA, 1971

33

40

CS-28-R, Satellite Supper Club, Austin Straubel Field, Green Bay WI, 1971

33

41

CS-29-R, Royal Club Restaurant, Kansas City MO, 1973

33

42

CS-30-R, China Sails Restaurant, Marina Del Ray CA, 1974

 

 

           

 

 

Theaters (T)

34

1

CS-1-T, North & South County Cinema, St. Louis MO, 1967

34

1

CS-2-T, Hillsdale Cinema, San Mateo CA , 1968

 

 

 

 

 

Farm Buildings (FB)

 

 

Dairy (D)

34

2

FB-1-D, N. Searle Perry, Hampden ME, 1955

34

2

FB-2-D, Florian Zimdars, Ripon WI, 1959

34

2

FB-3-D, Leonard Otte, Freeport IL, 1954

34

2

FB-4-D, Clyde Moore, Slippery Rock PA, n.d.

34

2

FB-5-D, F. Warren Hill, Moncony Farm, Spencerport NY, 1958

34

2

FB-6-D, Russ Kerns, Fremont OH, 1954

34

2

FB-7-D, Duane Hoffman Alma Center WI, 1959

34

2

FB-8-D, Clarence Kellogg, Pittsfield PA, 1955

34

2

FB-9-D, Nels Hokanson, Verona WI, n.d.

34

2

FB-10-D, J.H. Hein, Hamburg PA, 1954

34

2

FB-11-D, J.B. Hathaway, Rt. 1, Fostoria OH, 1954

34

2

FB-12-D, Asher Gooddale, Cortland NY, 1955

34

2

FB-13-D, William Gjerseth, Alma Center WI, 1959

34

2

FB-14-D, O.P. Eichelberger, Frederick MD, 1954

34

2

FB-15-D, Karl Ehmers, La Grangeville, NY, n.d.

34

2

FB-16-D, John Baringer, Fostoria OH, 1954

34

2

FB-17-D, Canaan Dairy, Tonganoxie KS, 1959

34

2

FB-18-D, Peter Castine, Jr., Champlain NY, 1959

 

 

    

 

 

Hogs (H)                                                                                                  

34

3

FB-1-H, Howard Roach, Plainfield IA, 1953

34

3

FB-2-H, Marvin Hunter, Jessup IA, n.d.

34

3

FB-3-H, Getz Farms, Lebanon IN, n.d.

34

3

FB-4-H, Mackenzie Packing Co., Burlington VT, n.d.

34

3

FB-5-H, A.S. Lehmann, Pleasant Plains IL, n.d.

34

3

FB-6-H, Elmer Meyer, Clarence IA, n.d.

34

3

FB-7-H, Dale Pratt, Plainfield IA, n.d.

34

3

FB-8-H, Bill Wilson, Dayton IN, n.d.

34

3

FB-9-H, Orville Disher, Waterville OH, n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous (M)

34

4

FB-1-M, “Place in the Sun”, n.d.

34

4

FB-2-M, Mid-Atlantic Farm Show, 1956

34

4

FB-3-M, National Dairy Cattle Congress, n.d.

34

4

FB-4-M, NEPPCO Show, Harrisburg PA, n.d.

34

4

FB-5-M, Seaview Country Club, Absecon NJ, n.d.

34

4

FB-6-M, Small Hobbyist Greenhouses, n.d.

 

 

   

 

 

Poultry (P)

34

5

FB-1-P, Allied Mills (Research Division), Libertyville IL, 1954

34

5

FB-2-P, Rudy Bertschi, Tremont IL, n.d.

34

5

FB-3-P, Herbert Bosch, Wasserburg Inn, Germany, n.d.

34

5

FB-4-P, Jacob Brandt, Annville PA, n.d.

34

5

FB-5-P, Harold Bruns, Ridgeville OH, 1954

34

5

FB-6-P, Bowers, Margulis, Cromley, Circleville OH, 1958

34

5

FB-7-P, Columbine Poultry & Egg Farms, Inc., Denver CO, 1959

34

5

FB-8-P, Ernest Dehnbostel, Napoleon OH, 1958

34

5

FB-9-P, Fobes Hatchery, Edgewood IA, 1959

34

5

FB-10-P, John Foust, Manchester IA, n.d.

34

5

FB-11-P, Howard Grieser, Wauseon OH, 1954

34

5

FB-12-P, Hall Brothers Hatchery, Wallingford CN, 1956

34

5

FB-13-P, Louis Harry Fort Atkinson WI, 1957

34

5

FB-14-P, Daniel Heisey Landisville PA, n.d.

34

5

FB-15-P, Hunt Farm, Fairfield IA , 1954

34

6

FB-16-P, Huntsinger Mills, Hegins PA, 1956

34

6

FB-17-P, P.P. Jenkins, WestBarnstable MA, 1955

34

6

FB-18-P, M.T. Kamerer, Champaign IL , n.d.

34

6

FB-19-P, Herb Karner, Broken Arrow OK, 1957

34

6

FB-20-P, Alfred Kiesau, Waukon IA, n.d.</