The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Owens-Illinois, Inc., Company Records

MSS-200

Size: 406 linear feet & 77 bound oversize volumes

Provenance: Owens-Illinois

Access: Open

Collection Summary:
Fiberglass manufacturer, est. 1938
The records of Owens Corning range from the patent for the method and apparatus for spinning glass in 1925 to the Owens Corning “Winning by design” calendar of 2010. The records offer an array of research possibilities and provide history and insight into the intricacies of a complex company from its inception to it most recent achievements. Major figures in the collection include Harold Boeschenstein, William Boeschenstein, Amory Haughton, General Lauris Norstad, and Games Slayter, among others. There are technical files that offer a glimpse into the minds of inventors, correspondence files signed by U.S. presidents, artifacts from the 1939 New York World’s Fair exhibit, and much more.

Subjects: Business and Commerce, Glass Industry, Philanthropy

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:  Members of the Canaday Center staff including Ann Bowers, Greg Johnson, Tamara Jones, Christina Boudreaux, Rachel Constance, Cory Eickholt, Katie Green, Asiyih Modarai, Stephanie Shook, & Casey Stark.  The project was supervised by Kimberly Brownlee, Manuscripts Librarian

 


Company History

 

See Time in a Bottle:  A History of Owens-Illlinois, Inc., 2006 Canaday Center exhibit catalog.

 

 


Series Descriptions

 

Record Group I:  Owens Illinois Glass Company Records

 

(NOTE:  In all series, the symbol “+” denotes that the box is located in the oversize section).

                                                                                                                                               

 

 

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S1

Administrative files

 

Subseries A:  Annual Reports

1929-2005

Arranged chronologically

No formal annual reports were produced for the years 1986-1990 because the company was privately owned by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts during those years.  However, internal versions of reports for the years 1987-1990 are available in the Jack Paquette papers, MSS-169.

 

Subseries B:  10-K Reports

1970-1993

Arranged chronologically

Includes one 10-Q report for 1992.

 

Subseries C:  Executive speeches

Undated

Arranged alphabetically by speaker’s name

 

Subseries D:  Project files

1940-1982 & undated

Arranged alphabetically by project name

Primarily consists of files on the downtown redevelopment project.


Subseries E:  General administrative files

1929-2000 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

 

 

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S2

Legal files

 

Consists entirely of patents for mechanisms used in the manufacture of various types of glass.  Inventors represented in this series are:

 

William E. Bock

William K. Brownlee

Henry J. Colburn

James B. Conde

Edward Danner

Marie D. Durand

Hermann Hilde

Richard Hirsch

August Kadow

Robert J. Kehl

Richard LaFrance

Michael J. Owens

Karl E. Peiler

John J. Power

Julia Proeger

Solon O. Richardson

Joseph W. Robinson

Charles W. Schwenzpeier

Leonard D. Soubier

Amos R. Wilson

 

18

 

 

 

S3

Financial files

 

Subseries A:  Stock certificates & stock information

1940’s-1987 & undated

Arranged alphabetically & chronologically

 

Subseries B:  Other financial material

1929-1999 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

Includes Brief Financial Histories for years scattered from 1953-1971, scattered quarterly reports, and various other financial documents.

 

 

 

19

 

 

 

20

 

 

 

S4

Sales/Advertising/Marketing files

 

Subseries A:  General sales and advertising files

1935-1986 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries B:  Product catalogs

1930-1964 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries C:  Advertising scrapbooks

1929-1964

Arranged alphabetically & chronologically

Includes scattered Libbey, Kimble, and Inter-America Corp. advertising scrapbooks.

 

 

 

21

 

 

 

23

 

 

 

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S5

Public Relations files

 

Subseries A:  Press releases

1930-2000 & undated

Arranged chronologically

Some include photocopies of newspaper clippings.

 

Subseries B:  Corporate Communications and Marketing Communications files

1968-1986 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

These files contain correspondence, speeches, clippings, work orders, invoices, and other material related to various projects and events.

 

 

 

24

 

 

 

 

33

 

 

 

S6

Human Resources files

1953-1998 & undated
Arranged alphabetically

This series is primarily composed of material related to benefits.

34

 

 

 

S7

Publications and Printed material

 

Subseries A:  Newsletters

1944-2001 & undated

Arranged alphabetically & chronologically

 

Subseries B:  Other O-I publications

1933-1981 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries C:  Non-O-I publications

1929-1969 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries D:  Newspaper clippings

Arranged alphabetically

Includes scattered magazine articles, some include press releases, organized by subject

 

 

 

34

 

 

 

36

 

 

 

 

38

 

 

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S8

Biography and History files

 

Subseries A:  Company and industry histories

1929-1997 & undated

Arranged alphabetically by title

Composed of brief histories written about O-I by employees.  Some were prepared as speeches, others as articles.

 

Subseries B:  Personal reminiscences

1920-1977 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries C:  Employee biography files

Much is undated

Arranged alphabetically

Contain biographical material about O-I employees such as newspaper and periodical articles, biographical information sheets, and various other material.  Of special interest is D.J. Crowley’s batch book with recipes for making different colors of glass.  Researchers should note that biographical information on various employees is also scattered in the photograph files.

 

Subseries D:  Historic documents

1893-1933 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries E:  Personal papers

1859-1927 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

Contains various personal papers of the following company executives:

W.H. Boshart

Clarence Brown

Edward Levis

George M. Levis

Edward D. Libbey

Michael J. Owens

William S. Walbridge

 

Subseries F:  Material about glass and glassmaking

1883-1995 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries G:  Materials about Owens-Illinois by others

1930-1985 & undated

Contains material about Owens-Illinois that appeared in outside publications.  Arranged alphabetically by title

Subseries H:  Quick reference material & prior corporate historical/archival
     projects

Undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

 

 

40

 

 

 

 

 

42

 

 

 

42

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

46

 

 

 

46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

47

 

 

 

50

 

 

 

51

 

 

 

S9

Plant files
1929-1973 & undated

Arranged alphabetically by location of plant.

Contains files on the various plants throughout the country

 

52

 

 

 

S10

Technology and Engineering files

Subseries A:  Technical reports

 

1937-1982 & undated

Arranged alphabetically by name of author.


Subseries B:  Mechanical drawings

 

Undated

Arranged numerically by tube number & alphabetically by machine name

 

Subseries C:  Other technical material

 

1965-1973 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

 

 

55

 

 

 

 

62

 

 

 

 

124

 

 

 

S11

Photographic and Audiovisual material

 

Subseries A:  Photographs

7+ linear feet

Most undated

Divided into sub-sections:  People, Events, Things, Places, Production, and
   newsletter photos, and arranged alphabetically within each

Researchers should be aware that additional photos are scattered in other parts of the collection.  Some files include supplementary materials.

 

Subseries B:  Photo albums and scrapbooks

11 linear feet

1933-1970 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

This series contains photo albums of various subjects including plants, events, and machines.  It also includes three of Raymon Mulfords personal scrapbooks.

Subseries C:  Slides and transparencies

4 linear feet

Undated

Divided into sub-sections:  People, Places, Things and Miscellaneous, and Events
   and PresentationsProduction, and newsletter photos, and arranged alphabetically
   within each

The slides vary in size from 1 7/8” to full page.  Some are unmounted.

 

Subseries D:  Films and videos

68 linear feet

1910-2003 & undated

Arranged by format and alphabetically by title

Includes 16 mm films, one 24 mm film, various formats of videotape, and electronic media.  Note:  photography schedules and a statistics report are included at the end of this subseries.

 

Subseries E:  Sound recordings

2 linear feet

1960-1985 & undated

Arranged by format and alphabetically by title and subject

Contains reel-to-reel and cassette tape recordings, and record albums.

 

Subseries F:  Photographic negatives

3.5 linear feet

1892-1998 & undated

Divided into subsections:  People, Places, Things, Events & Activities, &
   newsletter photos, and are arranged alphabetically within each.

These negatives are in numerous formats.  Included at the end of this subseries is a “negative listing” that came with the collection.  However, the only part that appears to be useful is the “location guide.”

 

Subseries G:  Glass plate negatives

.5 linear foot

1914-1923 & undated

Contains negatives of images of the Owens Bottle Machine Company

 

 

 

125

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

153

 

 

 

 

 

 

154

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

159

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

177

 

 

 

 

 

184

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

191

 

 

 

S12

Maps, Survey Drawings, Survey Reports, and Architectural Drawings

 

Subseries A:  Maps

6 sheets

Undated

Consists of maps of the Great Abaco Island project

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Survey Drawings

1924-1970 & undated

 

Subseries C:  Survey Reports

1945-1946 & undated

 

Subseries D:  Architectural Drawings

 

 

 

191

 

 

 

 

 

 

191

 

 

192

 

 

192

 

 

 

S13

Onized Club files

Subseries A:  Administrative files

.5 linear foot

1945-2001 & undated

Arranged alphabetically


Subseries B:  Correspondence

2 folders

1998-1990 & undated


Subseries C:  Events

.25 linear foot

1941-2000’s & undated

Arranged alphabetically


Subseries D:  Financial

5 folders

1987-2001
Arranged chronologically

 

Subseries E:  Miscellaneous
3 folders

1934 & undated

 

Subseries F:  Publications

.5 linear foot

1935-2001 & undated

Arranged alphabetically by name of publication, then chronologically

 

 

 

192

 

 

 

 

193

 

 

 

193

 

 

 

 

193

 

 

 

 

193

 

 

 

193

 

 

 

 

S14

Other clubs

 

.25 linear foot

1930-1988 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

195


 

S15

Artifacts

 

Subseries A:  Glass bottles & other glass artifacts

81 linear feet

See Appendix A, page 208

 

Subseries B:  Awards

8 linear feet

1965-1998 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries D:  Miscellaneous artifacts

14 linear feet

1st century-1998 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

 

 

195

 

 

 

195

 

 

 

 

196

 

 

 

S16

Exhibit materials

 

Subseries A:  Labels

1 linear foot

2006

Arranged alphabetically by case or display title

 

Subseries B:  Scanned images

4 linear feet

2006

Arranged alphabetically by case or display title

 

Subseries C:  Miscellaneous

1 folder

2006

 

 

198

 

 

 

 

199

 

 

 

 

200

 


Record Group II:  Predecessor and Affiliated Companies

 

NOTE:  While effort was made to separate material on predecessor and affiliated companies, because of its complexity researchers will find additional materials on these companies scattered throughout the collection.

 

 

 

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Illinois Glass Company

 

Subseries A:  Administrative files

.25 linear foot

1873-1929 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries B:  Financial files

.25 linear foot

1913-1938 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries C:  Sales/Advertising/Marketing files

.5 linear foot

1903-1927 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries D:  Publications

.5 linear foot

1914-1926 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries E:  Miscellaneous

6 folders

1903-1917 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

 

 

201

 

 

 

 

201

 

 

 

 

201

 

 

 

 

202

 

 

 

 

202

 

 

 

S2

Kimble Glass Company

 

Subseries A:  Legal/Financial files

4 folders

1921-1946 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries B:  Sales and Advertising files

.5 linear foot

1920’s-1961 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

Subseries C:  Printed material

4 folders

1935-1957 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

Subseries D:  Miscellaneous files

3 folders

Undated

Arranged alphabetically

203

 

 

 

S3

Libbey Glass Company

 

Subseries A:  Sales and Advertising files

5 folders

Undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

Subseries B:  Printed material

2 folders

1951 & 1968

 

Subseries C:  Miscellaneous files

.25 linear foot

1920-1982 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

 

204

 

 

 

S4

Miscellaneous companies

.75 linear

1855-1989 & undated

Arranged alphabetically

Contains files on the following companies:

                   Alton Boxboard and Paper Co.

                   American Bottle Co.

                   Baker Brothers Co.

                   Barbette Co.

                   Brockway Glass Co.

                   Charles Boldt Co.

                   Cleveland-Sandusky Brewing Corp.

                   Hazel-Atlas Glass Co.

                   Illinois-Pacific Glass Co.

                   Kearns-Gorsuch Bottle Co.

                   Levis Glass Co.

                   Libbey-Owens-Ford

                   Lily-Tulip

                   Modern Packages

                   Nekoosa Packaging

                   New England Glass Co.

                   Owens European Bottle Machine Co.

                   Tin Decorating Co.

                   Whitney Glass Works

204

S5

National Container Corporation

 

Subseries A:  Administrative files

4 folders

1938-1956

 

Subseries B:  Printed material

6 folders

1953-1957 & undated

205

 

 

 

S6

O-I Holding Company

6 folders

1985-1986 & undated

205

 

 

 

S7

Owens Bottle Company

 

Subseries A:  Financial & Legal files

2 folders

1926-1927 & undated

 

Subseries B:  Sales and Advertising files

.25 linear foot

1922-1927 & undated

 

Subseries C:  Printed Material

3 folders

1921-1922 & undated

 

206

 

 

 

S8

Owens Bottle Machine Company

 

Subseries A:  Administrative files

.25 linear foot

1907-1958 & undated

 

Subseries B:  Financial files

.25 linear foot

1905-1935 & undated

 

Subseries C:  Miscellaneous files

5 folders

1916 & undated

206


 

S9

Owens-Brockway

.25 linear foot

1989 & undated

207

 

 

 

S10

Toledo Glass Company

.5 linear foot

1895-1931

207

 


Box and Folder Inventory

 

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 1:  ADMINISTRATIVE FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Annual Reports

 

 

 

1

1

1929-1936

1

2

1937-1941

1

3

1942-1947

1

4

1948-1953

1

5

1954-1962

1

6

1963-1969

1

7

1970-1975

1

8

1976-1981

1

9

1982-1985

-

-

Note:  no formal annual reports were produced from 1986-1990

1

10

1991-1992

1

11

1993-1997

1

12

1998-2000

1

13

2001-2003

1

14

2004-2005

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  10-K reports

 

 

 

1

15

1970-1973

1

16

1974-1977

1

17

1978-1983

1

18

1984-1986

2

1

1987

2

2

1988-1990

2

3

1991

2

4

1992 (10-Q) & 1993 (10-K)

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries C:  Executive speeches

 

 

 

2

5

Achenbach, W.B.

2

6

Berry, R.L.

2

7

Bohland, J.A.

2

8

Brownson, L.E.

2

9

Burch, Oscar G.

2

10

Cooper, C.M.

2

11

Dodd, Edwin D.

2

12

Elder, F.E.

2

13

Hamilton, J.C.

2

14

Hender, V.

2

15

Hepp, K.K.

2

16

Huber, T.M.

2

17

Jones, B.B.

2

18

Jones, Ebon C.

2

19

Lanigan, R.J.

2

20

Levis, J.P.

2

21

Lippmann, B.

2

22

Megowan, Carl R.

2

23

Miller, R.F.

2

24

Mulford, Raymon

2

25

Nelson, C.Lee

2

26

Pawlicki, C.D.

2

27

Powell, M.C.

2

28

Rairdon, Smith L.

2

29

Schillaci, S.F.

2

30

Spengler, W.F.

2

31

Unidentified

2

32

Williams, Philip

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries D:  Project Files

 

 

 

2

33

Abaco Sugar Cane Project

2

34

Building Attitude Survey Planning Committee

2

35

Design Department reports:  Toledo Sample Display, 1940

2

36

Downtown redevelopment project, background

2

37

Downtown redevelopment project, internal announcements

2

38

Downtown redevelopment project, notes

2

39

Downtown redevelopment project, reports to directors

2

40

Downtown redevelopment project, speeches 1977-78

2

41

Downtown redevelopment project, statements and briefing papers

2

42

Downtown redevelopment project, TDC meeting July 18, 1977

2

43

Downtown revitalization project, briefing book

2

44

Draft hotel project

2

45

Hotel Sofitel

2

46

Seagate development, 1977 & undated

2

47

Seagate development, 1978

2

48

Seagate development, March-August 1979

3

1

Seagate development, September-December 1979

3

2

Seagate development, January-February 1980

3

3

Seagate development, March 1980

3

4

Seagate development, April 1980

3

5

Seagate development, May-July 1980

3

6

Seagate development, August-November 1980

3

7

Seagate development, December 1980

3

8

Seagate development, May-December 1981

3

9

Seagate development, February-August 1982

3

10

Seagate development, printed material

3

11

Seagate Environmental Assessment Update

3

12

Toledo Riverfront Revitalization project

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries E: General administrative files

(Note:  Box 187 is a medium sized tube)

 

 

 

4

1

Amended Articles of Incorporation

3

13

Board of Directors meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, October 12-13, 1971

13

41

Board of Directors meeting agenda, February 1986

13

42

Board of Directors meeting agenda, April 1986

13

43

Board of Directors meeting collateral, 1985

3

14

Board meeting agenda, June 20, 2000

3

15

Comparative statistics

3

16

Corporate acquisitions and dispositions, summary, 1929-56

3

17

Corporate acquisitions and dispositions, 1929-49

3

18

Corporate acquisitions and dispositions, 1950-59

3

19

Corporate acquisitions and dispositions, 1960-71

3

20

Correspondence, electon of Edwin Dod as CEO, 1972-73

3

21

Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1976, 1979-82, 1984, 1989, 1993, & 1999

3

22

Fact sheet

3

23

Internal memoranda, 1967, 1981, 1987, 1989-92, & 2002 (includes distribution list, n.d.)

3

24

Minority education contributions

3

25

Organizational charts

187

-

Organizational charts

400+

-

Organizational charts (with photos, large foam-core boards):
-Closure Division, January 1981
-Corporate Relations Department, January 1981
-European Division, January 1981
-Far East/Pacific Operation, January 1981
-Gerresheimer Glas, A.G., January 1981
-Glass Container Division, January 1981
-International Operations Administrative/Toledo, January 1981
-Kimble Division, January 1981

-Legal Department, January 1981
-Libbey Glass Division, January 1981
-Lily Division, January 1981
-O-I Officers and Corporate Organization, January 1982
-Plastic Products Division, January 1981
-Television Products Division, January 1981

-Western Hemisphere Division, January 1981

401+

-

Organizational charts (with photos, large foam-core boards):
-Corporate Development, January 1981
-Corporate Staff, January 1981
-Finance, January 1981
-Forest Products Division, January 1981
-O-I Corporate Organization, February 1983
-O-I Corporate Organization, April 1983

3

26

Owens-Illinois Day proclamations, May 1979

130

85

Policy manual insert, layout (drawing)

346+

10

Report:  Glass buyers’ awareness of Owens-Illinois corporate structure and product lines, Stewart, Dougall, & Associates, New York, July 1953

3

27

Research Department minutes, May 1947

3

28

Smoking policy

3

29

Total hourly compensation report, 1979

3

30

Year-end management meeting program, 1974

 

 

 

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 2:  LEGAL FILES

 

 

 

49

21

Duraglas patent/trademark, 1941

4

2

Owens-Illinois Trademark Patent (1970)

4

3

Patents of Michael J. Owens, William E. Bock and Richard LaFrance

4

4

Patents:  11,668; 908,151; 1,026.824; 1,034,824 and 1,117,433

               (Owens and Schwenzfeier)

4

5

Patents:  482,526; 489,543; 506,719; 515,838; 534,840 and

               548,587 (Michael J. Owens)

4

6

Patents:  548,588; 548,755; 567,236; 570,879; 570,881 and

               576,074 (Colburn, Hilde, Owens Richardson and Wilson)

4

7

Patents:  588,926; 594,343; 614,840; 620,567; 620,568 and 625,513

               (Colburn, Conde and Owens)

4

8

Patents:  632,486; 635,344; 659,726; 682,595 and 744,006

               (Bock, Colburn, Owens and Proeger)

4

9

Patents:  744,007; 744,008; 744,009; 744,010; 759,742; 761,178 and

               766,768 (Owens and Proeger)

4

10

Patents:  774,690; 774,691; 792,581; 792,608; 793,906 and

              795,304 (Bock, Owens and Power)

4

11

Patents:  796,529; 836,991; 840,245; 854,836; 870,664 and

              877,729 (Bock, Owens, Power)

4

12

Patents:  1,147,892; 1,151,795; 1,156,009; 1,191,317; 1,195,588 and

               1,199,900 (Kadow and Robinson)

4

13

Patents:  1,204,878; 1,205,354; 1,208,791; 1,208,978; 1,218,598 and

               1,219,709 (Danner and Kadow)

4

14

Patents:  1,220,201; 1,221,332; 1,223,392; 1,223,393; 1,230,368 and

               1,245, 262 (Danner, Kadow, Durand and Owens)

4

15

Patents:  1,248,664; 1,251,671; 1,255,317; 1,264,085; 1,273,177 and

               1,303,259 (Kadow, Owens and Danner)

4

16

Patents:  1,315,130; 1,319,175; 1,322,726; 1,327,405; 1,331,772 and

               1,345,628 (Kadow and Owens)

4

17

Patents:  1,345,629; 1,350,464; 1,345,629; 1,364,514; 1,397,326 and

               1,440,408 (Kadow and Owens)

4

18

Patents:  1,455,966; 1,466,457; 1,476,184; 1,488,545; 1,514,909

               (Owens and Kadow)

4

19

Patent:    1,527,556 (Kadow Glass Making Machine) 1910 (Folder 1)

4

20

Patent:    1,527,556 (Kadow Glass Making Machine) 1910 (Folder 2)

4

21

Patents:  1,527,556; 1,527,557; 1,527,558; 1,527,559; 1,547,439 and

               1,555,215 (Kadow and Owens)

4

22

Patents:  1,574,482; 1,574,736; 1,578,442; 1,600,483; 1,600,484 and

               1,602,802 (Hirsch, Peiler, Kadow and Owens)

4

23

Patents:  1,614,082; 1,626,747; 1,626,748; 1,645,755; 1,654,817 and

               1,662,093 (Kadow, Peiler and Owens)

4

24

Patents:  1,674,366; 1,702,795; 1,744,313; 1,809,105; 1,825,416 and

               1,996,814 (Brownlee, Kadow, Kehl and Owens)

130

84

Patent 2,843,925, Methods of Separating Glass Articles (Logue, Roberts, and Swanson)

3

31

U.S. and Foreign Patents Granted to L.D. Soubier – 1,331,536 to 1,764,360 (Vol. I)

3

32

U.S. Patents Granted to L.D. Soubier -1,764,361 to 1,926,410 (Vol. II)

4

25

U.S. Patents Granted to L.D. Soubier -1,940,634 to 2,840,952 (Vol. III)

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 3:  FINANCIAL RECORDS

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Stock certificates and stock information

 

 

 

5

1

All Stock Certificates, 1940’s

5

2

Common Stock, 1950’s

5

3

Common Stock, 1960’s

5

4

Common Stock, 1970-1976

5

5

Common Stock, 1977-1979

5

6

Common Stock, 1980-85

5

7

Common Stock, Jan.-May 1986

5

8

Common Stock, June 1986—I

5

9

Common Stock, June 1986—II

5

10

Common Stock, June 1986—III

5

11

Common Stock, July-Dec 1986

5

12

Common Stock, 1987

5

13

Convertible Preference Stock, 1960’s

5

14

Convertible Preference Stock, 1970’s

5

15

Convertible Preference Stock, 1980’s

5

16

Preferred Stock, 1950’s

5

17

Preferred Stock, 1960’s

5

18

Preferred Stock, 1970’s

5

19

Preferred Stock, 1980’s

5

20

Securities Received for Transfer Forms

5

21

Shipment control lists

5

22

Specimen Stock Certificates

5

23

Stock/Bond Power Forms by Client

5

24

Stock Comments, Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, & Beane, August 16, 1948

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Other financial materials

 

 

 

5

25

Analytical review, April 16, 1948

5

26

Annual report and statistical section, Standard Corporation Records, May 12, 1938

5

27

Balance Sheet & Income and Expense Statement, 1929-1951

5

28

Bank note

5

29

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1953

5

30

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1954

5

31

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1955

5

32

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1957

5

33

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1958

5

34

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1959

5

35

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1960

5

36

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1961

5

37

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1962

5

38

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1963

5

39

A Brief Financial History of  O-I, 1964

5

40

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1965

5

41

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1966

5

42

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1968

5

43

A Brief Financial History of O-I, 1971

5

44

Buender Glass DM loans

5

45

Cincinnati plant withholding

5

46

Condensed Consolidated Results of Operations, 1991-1995

5

47

Consolidated Supplemental Financial Data, 1991-94

5

48

Consolidated Pro-Forma results of operations and Related Inforamtion, 1990-92

5

49

Distribution of consolidated gross income 1939-47

5

50

Fabricacion de Maqunas, S.A.

5

51

Flagship Bank of Jacksonville

5

52

Financial statistics 1929-84

5

53

Investment information, 1935 & 1938

5

54

Invitation for Tender of Preferred Shares, 1964

5

55

Notice of Annual Meeting of 66, 1981, 1983, 1984

5

56

Notice of Special Meeting of Shareholders, 1956

5

57

Quarterly Reports, 1947-1949

5

58

Quarterly Reports, 1970, 1st quarter

5

59

Quarterly Reports, 1971, 2nd, 3rd, & 4th quarters

5

60

Quarterly Reports, 1975, 3rd quarter

5

61

Quarterly Reports, 1977-1978

5

62

Quarterly Reports, 1979-1980

5

63

Quarterly Reports, 1981-1982

5

64

Quarterly Reports, 1983-1984

5

65

Quarterly Reports, 1985-1986

5

66

Quarterly Report, 1986, 1st quarter

6

1

Quarterly Report, 1998, 4th quarter

6

2

Quarterly Report, 1999, 1st quarter

6

3

Quarterly Report, 1999, 2nd quarter

6

4

Quarterly Report, 1999, 3rd quarter

6

5

Remarks Before the N.Y. Society of Security Analysts, 1975

6

6

Shareholders Relations Reports

6

7

Standard Individual Corporation Description, Standard & Poor’s Corporation, May 7, 1941

6

8

Statement of Earnings

6

9

Stock information, 1960-73

6

10

Stock Purchases of R.H. Levis and Charles Levis (O-I Common)

 

 

 

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 4:  SALES/ADVERTISING/MARKETING FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  General sales and advertising files

Note:  Box 207 is a small tube

 

 

 

348+

5

Advertising booklet, “America… Let’s take a look at glass!”

359+

1

Advertising booklet, “Distinctiveness with Glass”

359+

2

Advertisement, “A New Harvest of Progress,” Bahamas Careers Week

347+

5

Advertisement boards, “Oughta Bottle Lotto” campaign

359+

8

Advertisement photographs

359+

3

Advertisements, miscellaneous loose

6

11

Bag/Film & Composite Can Pamphlets

348+

4

Beer Campaign, 1977

6

12

Caps and Closures Pamphlets

6

13

Cer-Vit Material Pamphlets

207

-

Cer-Vit mirror, Cerro-Tololo, poster advertisement, December 19, 1970

6

14

Closure & Plastics Sales Division Manual, June 1949

6

15

Corporate O-I Advertisements

6

16

Corrugated & Solid Fiber Handbook, 1979

6

17

Electronics Pamphlets

207

-

Fifty Years of Remarkable Bottles, poster advertisement

6

18

Film Catalog, 1946

6

19

Glass Block Pamphlets

6

20

Glass Bottle Pamphlets

6

21

Glass Products Pamphlets

6

22

Glass Block Manual

6

23

High Power Output from Sliced Rods

6

24

Indoor Sports Club Program Ad, 1145

6

25

Junior Achievement Ad Yearbook, 0741, 1984

6

26

Juvenile Diabetes National Foundation Dinner, 1219, 1986

6

27

Merchandising plan, glass building block, September 1932

6

28

Mrs. Consumer Holds Destiny in Her Hands

6

29

Mud Hens Program Ad, 1109, 1985

6

30

Negro BPW Club of Toledo, 20th Annual Debutante Cotillion, 0839, 1984

348+

6

Novelty newspaper advertisements

6

31

O-I Advertisements (Miscellaneous)

6

32

O-I Company Information I

6

33

O-I Company Information II

6

34

O-I Company Information III

6

35

Pacific Coast Co. Closure Sales Manual

6

36

Packaging Pamphlets

6

37

Planar Dopant Sources Pamphlet

6

38

Redesign of SPASP form and Ben Net Logo, 1226, 1986

6

39

Rene Dubos Center for Human Environments Ad, 1104, 1985

6

40

Sales Facts “Onized” & Dramatized, 1935

17

49

Sales Guide for 1939

6

41

Sales Manual, Glass Block

6

42

Sales Packager, 1941

6

43

Sales to 100 largest customers, 1974 & 1975

6

44

Sell Sales Packages Sales Guide for 1940

6

45

Specifications of Glass Containers & Closures for Pharmaceutical Use, 1980

6

46

Sunpak Pamphlets

7

1

Toledo Blade Anniversary Issue Ad, 1141, 1985

7

2

Toledo Mudhens Ad, 1216, 1986

7

3

Toledo Port Council Ad, 1103, 1985

7

4

Toledo Scope Ad, 0681, 1984

7

5

Toledo Symphony Ad, 1183, 1985

7

6

UT Football Program Ad, 0780, 1984

7

7

WGTE Silver Anniversary Program Ad, 1179, 1985

7

8

Zenobia Shrine Circus Program Ad, 0733, 1984

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Product catalogs

7

9

Closure and Plastics Catalog, 1955

7

10

Closure and Plastics Catalog, 1958

7

11

Glass Block Catalogs, Undated, 1955-1963

7

18

Glass Containers Catalog, 1930

17

50

Glass Containers catalog, Food Container Division

17

51

Glass Containers catalog, Liquor Ware Divison

7

12

Glass Masonry Catalog, 1964

7

13

Insulux Glass Block Catalogs, 1935-1941

7

14

Insulux Glass Block Catalogs, 1942-1947

7

15

Insulux Glass Block Catalogs, 1948-1954

7

16

Onized Glass Containers Catalog, Undated

7

17

Price List, O-I 1930

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries C:  Advertising scrapbooks
(NOTE:  ^ denotes item is located in oversize scrapbook area)

^

-

Kimble, O-I 1954

^

-

Kimble, O-I 1955

^

-

Kimble, O-I 1956

^

-

Kimble, O-I 1957

^

-

Libbey, 1943-47

^

-

Libbey, 1948-51

^

-

Libbey, 1954

^

-

Libbey, 1955

^

-

Libbey, Kimble, Inter-America Corp. 1958

^

-

Libbey, Kimble, Inter-America Corp. 1959

^

-

Libbey, Kimble, Inter-America Corp. 1960

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1929-30

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1931

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1931-32

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1933

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1934

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1935

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1936

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1937

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1938

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1939

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1940

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1941

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1942

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1943

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1944

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1945

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1946

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1947

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1948

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1949

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1950

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1951

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1952

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1953

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1958

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1959

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1961-62

^

-

Owens-Illinois 1963-64

359+

4

Owens-Illinois Corporate, Volume I, July 1954-Nov. 1957

359+

5

Owens-Illinois Corporate, Volume II, 1958-59

359+

6

Owens-Illinois Corporate, Volume III, 1960-61

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 5:  PUBLIC RELATIONS FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Press Releases

 

 

 

7

19

1930, Jan.-Mar., May-June, & Nov., Financial 

7

20

1931, Mar., May-June, Aug.-Sept., Nov., Feb (’32), Financial

7

21

1932, Mar.-Apr., June-July, Oct., Financial

7

22

1933, Feb., Apr.-May, July, Oct., Financial

7

23

1934, Feb., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

24

1935, Jan.-Feb., Apr., July, Sept.-Oct., Financial

7

25

1936, Jan.-Feb., Apr., July, Oct., Financial

7

26

1937, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Financial

7

27

1938, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Financial

7

28

1939, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Financial

7

29

1940, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Financial

7

30

1941, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

31

1942, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

32

1943, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

33

1944, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

34

1945, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

35

1946, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

36

1947, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

37

1948, Jan, Apr., July, Oct., Dec, Financial

7

38

1949, Jan, Apr., July, Oct., Dec, Financial

7

39

1950, Jan., Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

40

1951, Apr., July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

41

1952, Jan., Apr.-May, July, Oct., Dec., Financial

7

42

1953, Jan.-Dec., Financial, Personnel, Plants, etc.

7

43

1954, Jan.-May, July, Sept.-Oct.,

7

44

1955-56, Feb.-Apr., July-Oct, Financial

7

45

1955-58, Jan., Mar., May, July-Oct., Dec., n.d., One Shots and Specials

7

46

1955-58, Jan.-Apr., Aug., Dec., Personnel

7

47

1955-58, Jan.-Dec., Plants (one article from ’52)

7

48

1957-58, Feb.-Apr., July, Financial

 

 

 

 

 

1959:

7

49

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct.

7

50

One Shots and Specials, Feb.-June, Aug., Nov.-Dec., n.d.

7

51

Personnel, Jan.-June, n.d. (1 of 2)

7

52

Personnel, June-Dec. (2 of 2)

7

53

Plants, Feb.-Mar., May-June, Sept.-Dec.

7

54

Products, May, Sept., Nov.

7

55

Speeches, Mar., Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1960:

7

56

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct.-Dec.

7

57

One Shots and Misc., Jan., Mar.-Dec.

7

58

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

7

59

Plants, Jan., Mar.-Dec.

7

60

Products, Jan.-Feb., May

7

61

Speeches, Apr.-June, Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1961:

8

1

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July-Oct.

8

2

One Shots and Misc., Apr.-July, Sept.-Dec.

8

3

Personnel, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

8

4

Personnel, July-Sept. (2 of 2)

8

5

Plants, Jan., Mar.-Sept., Nov., Dec.

8

6

Products, May, Aug.-Sept., Nov.

8

7

Speeches, Jan., Mar.-Apr., June, Oct., Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1962:

8

8

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct., Dec.

8

9

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Mar., June-Aug., Oct.-Nov.

8

10

Personnel, Jan.-Aug., Oct.-Dec.

8

11

Plants, Feb.-Aug. (1 of 2)

8

12

Plants, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

8

13

Products, June-July

8

14

Speeches, Jan.-Mar., May-June, Sept.-Nov.

 

 

1963:

8

15

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct.

8

16

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Oct., Dec.

8

17

Personnel, Jan.-Apr., June-Nov.

8

18

Plants, Feb.-Mar., July, Sept.-Oct.

8

19

Products, June-Aug., Nov.

8

20

Speeches, Feb.-Mar., May, July, Nov.-Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1964:

8

21

Financial, Feb.-May, July, Oct.

8

22

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Apr., June-Aug. (1 of 2)

8

23

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

8

24

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

8

25

Plants, Feb.-Mar., May, July-Sept., Dec.

8

26

Products, May-June, Aug., Oct.-Nov.

8

27

Speeches, Feb., Apr., Aug.-Sept., Nov.Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1965:

8

28

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Sept.-Oct.

8

29

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-June (1 of 2); news clippings included

8

30

One Shots and Specials, June-Nov. (2 of 2)

8

31

Personnel, Jan.-Oct.

8

32

Plants, Jan., Mar.-Aug. (1 of 2)

8

33

Plants, Aug.-Dec., Jan. ’66 (2 of 2)

8

34

Products, Feb.-Mar.

8

35

Speeches, Jan.-Mar., July, Oct.-Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1966:

8

36

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct., Dec.

8

37

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-May, July-Oct., Dec.

8

38

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

8

39

Plants, Jan.-June, Aug.-Oct., Dec.

8

40

Products, Feb.-Mar., June-July, Nov.

8

41

Speeches, Jan.-Feb., May-June, Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1967:

8

42

Financial, Jan.-Feb., Apr., July, Sept.-Oct.

8

43

One Shots and Specials, Feb.-Apr., June-July (1 of 2)

8

44

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

8

45

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

8

46

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

8

47

Plants, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

8

48

Products, Oct.-Dec.

8

49

Speeches, Jan., Mar-May, Aug,-Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1968:

9

1

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July. Sept.-Nov.

9

2

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-May (1 of 2)

9

3

One Shots and Specials, May-June, Aug.-Nov. (2 of 2)

9

4

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

9

5

Plants, Jan.-Dec.

9

6

Products, Jan.-Feb., July, Nov.-Dec.

9

7

Speeches, Apr.-May, July, Sept.-Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1969:

9

8

Corporate Background, April

9

9

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Sept.-Oct., Dec.

9

10

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Aug. (1 of 2)

9

11

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

9

12

Operating Facilities, Jan.-May

9

13

Personnel, Jan.-Dec.

9

14

Plants, Mar, June-July, Oct.-Dec.

9

15

Products, Feb.-Mar., May-July, Oct.-Dec.

 

 

Speeches, Jan.-Feb., May, Sept.-Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1970:

9

16

Financial, Jan.-Apr., June-July, Oct.

9

17

One Shots and Specials, Feb.-June (1 of 3)

9

18

One Shots and Specials, June-Aug. (2 of 3)

9

19

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec. (3 of 3)

9

20

Personnel, Jan.-Sept., Nov.-Dec.

9

21

Plants, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 2)

9

22

Plants, May-Aug., Oct.-Dec. (2 of 2)

9

23

Products, Jan., Apr., June-Aug., Nov.

9

24

Speeches, Mar.-Apr., Sept.-Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1971:

9

25

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July-Aug., Oct.

9

26

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 3)

9

27

One Shots and Specials, May-Aug. (2 of 3)

9

28

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec., (3 of 3); news clippings included

9

29

Personnel, Jan.-Sept., Nov.-Dec.

9

30

Plants, Jan.-Sept., Nov.-Dec.

9

31

Products, Jan., Apr., July-Aug. (1 of 2)

9

32

Products, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

9

33

Speeches, Jan., May, Sept.-Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1972:

9

34

Financial, Jan.-Feb., Apr. (1 of 2)

9

35

Financial, Apr., June-Oct. (2 of 2)

9

36

Misc., Jan.-May, Aug., Nov.

10

1

One Shots and Specials, Feb., Apr.-Aug. (1 of 2)

10

2

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Nov. (2 of 2)

10

3

Personnel, Jan.-Sept. (1 of 2); news clippings included

10

4

Personnel, Sept.-Dec. (2 of 2)

10

5

Plants, Jan.-Dec.

10

6

Products, Jan. Apr., July, Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1973:

10

7

Environmental, Jan.-Mar.

10

8

Financial, Jan.-May

10

9

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-May (1 of 2)

10

10

One Shots and Specials, May-June (2 of 2)

10

11

Personnel, Jan.-June

10

12

Plants, Feb.-June

10

13

Products, Jan.-June

10

14

Speeches, Mar., June

10

15

Environmental, Aug.

10

16

Financial, July-Nov.

10

17

One Shots and Specials, Sept.-Dec. (1 of 2)

10

18

One Shots and Specials, July-Sept. (2 of 2)

10

19

Personnel, July-Dec.

10

20

Plants, July, Dec.

10

21

Products, July-Dec.

10

22

Speeches, Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1974:

10

23

Closure Division, Aug.-Sept.

10

24

Corporate, May, July, Oct.

10

25

E.D. Dodd, July

10

26

Energy, June, Nov.-Dec.

10

27

Environmental, Jan., Mar., May, July, Oct.

10

28

Financial, Feb., Apr. (1 of 2)

10

29

Financial, July-Aug., Oct.-Dec (2 of 2)

10

30

Forest Products Division, Feb. Aug.-Sept., Nov.

10

31

Glass Container Division, Jan., Mar.-Dec.

10

32

International Division, Jan., Mar.-June

10

33

Introduction, n.d.

10

34

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-June (1 of 3)

10

35

One Shots and Specials, July-Sept. (2 of 3)

10

36

One Shots and Specials, Sept.-Nov. (3 of 3)

10

37

Personnel, Jan.-June (1 of 3)

10

38

Personnel, Jan.-Dec. (2 of 3)

10

39

Personnel, June-Dec. (3 of 3)

10

40

Plants, Jan.-Mar. (1 of 3)

10

41

Plants, Mar.-June, Aug.-Oct. (2 of 3)

10

42

Plants, July-Dec. (3 of 3)

10

43

Products, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

10

44

Products, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

 

 

 

 

 

1975:

11

1

Environmental, Aug.-Sept.

11

2

Financial, Jan.-Feb., Apr.-May, July, Oct.

11

3

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Mar., June (1 of 2)

11

4

One Shots and Specials, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

5

Personnel, Jan.-Feb. (1 of 4)

11

6

Personnel, Feb.-June (2 of 4)

11

7

Personnel, July-Oct. (3 of 4)

11

8

Personnel, Oct.-Dec. (4 of 4)

11

9

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

11

10

Plants, July-Sept., Nov.-Dec. (2 of 2 )

11

11

Products, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

11

12

Products, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

13

Speeches, Mar.-Apr., June

 

 

 

 

 

1976:

11

14

Environmental, Apr., June-July

11

15

Financial, Jan.-Apr., July, Oct.-Dec.

11

16

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

11

17

One Shots and Specials, July, Sept.-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

18

Personnel, Jan.-June (1 of 3)

11

19

Personnel, July-Nov. (2 of 3)

11

20

Personnel, Dec. (3 of 3)

11

21

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

11

22

Plants, July-Oct., Dec. (2 of 2); contains news clippings

11

23

Products, Jan.-Mar. (1 of 3)

11

24

Products, Mar.-June (2 of 3)

11

25

Products, July-Dec. (3 of 3)

11

26

Speeches, Feb., Sept., Nov.-Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1977:

11

27

Environmental, Mar., Aug.-Sept.

11

28

Financial, Jan.-Apr., July, Oct.

11

29

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Apr., June (1 of 2)

11

30

One Shots and Specials, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

31

Personnel, Jan.-Aug. (1 of 3)

11

32

Personnel, July (2 of 3)

11

33

Personnel, July-Dec. (3 of 3)

11

34

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

11

35

Plants, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

36

Products, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

11

37

Products, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

38

Speeches, Mar.-Apr., Sept-Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1978:

11

39

Downtown Revitalization Project, Apr., Oct.

11

40

Environmental, Feb., June

11

41

Financial, Feb.-Apr., July, Oct.

11

42

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

11

43

One Shots and Specials, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

11

44

Personnel, Jan.-Mar (1 of 4)

11

45

Personnel, Mar.-June (2 of 4)

11

46

Personnel, July-Sept. (3 of 4)

11

47

Personnel, Sept.-Dec. (4 of 4)

11

48

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

12

1

Plants, July-Nov. (2 of 2)

12

2

Products, Jan.-Mar. (1 of 3)

12

3

Products, Apr.-June (2 of 3)

12

4

Products, July-Dec. (3 of 3)

12

5

Speeches, Mar.-Apr., July, Sept.-Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1979:

43

1

Downtown revitalization

12

6

Environmental, Nov.

12

7

Financial, Jan.-Apr.

12

8

Groundbreaking, O-I Headquarters, Mar., May

12

9

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Dec.

12

10

Personnel, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 3)

12

11

Personnel, Apr.-July (2 of 3)

12

12

Personnel, Aug.-Dec. (3 of 3)

12

13

Plants, Jan.-May (1 of 2)

12

14

Plants, May-Aug., Oct.-Nov. (2 of 2)

12

15

Products, Feb.-Apr. (1 of 2)

12

16

Products, May-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

17

Speeches, Feb.-Apr., June, Sept.

 

 

 

 

 

1980:

12

18

Environmental, Feb., May, July

12

19

Financial, Jan.-Feb., Apr., June-July, Oct.

12

20

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-May, July-Dec.

12

21

Personnel, Jan.-May (1 of 3)

12

22

Personnel, May-Aug. (2 of 3)

12

23

Personnel, Aug.-Dec. (3 of 3)

12

24

Plants, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

12

25

Plants, June-Oct., Dec. (2 of 2)

12

26

Products, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 2)

12

27

Products, Apr.-July, Oct.-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

28

Speeches, May, Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1981:

12

29

Financial, Jan.-Apr., July, Oct.

12

30

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

12

31

One Shots and Specials, Sept.-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

32

Personnel, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 2)

12

33

Personnel, Apr.-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

34

Plants, Jan.-Aug. (1 of 2)

12

35

Plants, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

36

Products, Jan.-June, Sept.-Oct.

12

37

Speeches, July, Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1982:

12

38

Environmental, Oct.

12

39

Financial, Jan.-Apr., July, Sept.-Oct.

12

40

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

12

41

One Shots and Specials, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

42

Personnel, Jan.-May (1 of 3)

12

43

Personnel, May-Aug. (2 of 3)

12

44

Personnel, Aug.-Dec. (3 of 3)

12

45

Plants, Feb.-July (1 of 2)

12

46

Plants, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

47

Products, Apr.-Oct.

12

48

Speeches, Oct.

 

 

 

 

 

1983:

12

49

Financial, Jan.-July, Oct.

12

50

One Shots and Specials, Jan., Mar-Apr. (1 of 3)

12

51

One Shots and Specials, May-July (2 of 3)

12

52

One Shots and Specials, July-Dec. (3 of 3)

12

53

Personnel, Jan.-July (1 of 2)

12

54

Personnel, Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

12

55

Plants, Jan.-Apr. (1 of 2)

12

56

Plants, Apr.-Dec. (2 of 2)

13

1

Products, Mar.-May, July-Sept., Nov.-Dec.

13

2

Speeches, Apr., Sept.

 

 

 

 

 

1984:

13

3

Financial, Jan.-May, July, Sept.-Oct.

13

4

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Apr., June-Nov.

13

5

Personnel, Jan.-June (1 of 2)

13

6

Personnel, June-Aug., Nov.-Dec. (2 of 2)

13

7

Plants, Jan.-Apr., June, Aug.-Oct., Dec.

13

8

Products, Jan.-Feb., June (also Apr. ’83)

 

 

 

 

 

1985:

13

9

Financial, Jan.-Apr., June-July, Oct.

43

2

Ice skating rink

13

10

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Mar., May-June (1 of 2)

13

11

One Shots and Specials, July-Dec. (2 of 2)

13

12

Personnel, Jan., Mar.-July, Sept.-Dec.

13

13

Plants, Jan.-Feb., Sept.

 

 

 

 

 

1986:

13

14

Financial, Jan.-Apr., June-Dec.

13

15

One Shots and Specials, Feb., Apr.-Nov.

13

16

Personnel, Jan., Mar.-June, Aug., Dec.

13

17

Plants, Feb.-Mar., May-June, Nov.

 

 

 

 

 

1987:

13

18

Financial, Jan.-Mar., July, Sept.-Dec.

13

19

One Shots and Specials, Jan.-Feb., June-July, Oct.-Dec.

13

20

Personnel, Jan.-Feb., Apr., July-Oct., Dec.

13

21

Plants, Jan. June-July, Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1988:

13

22

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-Aug., Oct.-Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1989:

13

23

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-June, Sept.-Oct., Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1990:

13

24

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-Mar., May, Sept.-Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1991:

13

25

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-Aug., Oct.-Dec.

 

 

 

 

 

1992:

13

26

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-July (1 of 2)

13

27

Financial, Personnel, etc., Aug.-Dec. (2 of 2)

 

 

 

 

 

1993:

13

28

Financial, Personnel, etc., Jan.-May (1 of 2)

13

29

Financial, Personnel, etc., May-July, Sept.-Dec. (2 of 2)

 

 

 

 

 

1999:

13

30

Financial, Jan.-Feb., Apr.-May, July, Oct.-Nov.

13

31

Personnel, Feb.-Apr., Aug., Nov.-Dec.

13

32

Plants, Feb.-Apr.

13

33

Products-DuraglassXL, Apr.-May, July-Nov., Jan 2000

 

 

 

13

34

Non O-I Press Releases About O-I:  Jan.-Feb. 1966; June, Oct. 1979; Jan., Oct.-Nov. 1980; Feb.-Mar., May 1981 

 

 

 

13

35

Undated O-I Press Releases

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Corporate Communications and Marketing Communications files

 

 

 

13

36

Allen, S.P., reference material (folder 1)

13

37

Allen, S.P., reference material (folder 2)

13

38

Allen, S.P., reference material (folder 3)

13

39

Allen, S.P., reference material (folder 4)

13

40

Best at What We Do slides, 1986

13

44

China presentation, Jerry Bohland, 1986

43

4

Company memberships in national organizations:  trade, business, and professional, 1968

13

45

Corporate overview, revision, 1984

13

46

Corporate overview, 1985

13

47

Corporate overview, 1986

13

48

Corporate overview, Mandarin, Jerry Bohland’s speech to the Chinese, 1986

13

49

Corporate overview, 1998

13

50

Corporate Relations Dept., Statement of Purpose and Scope

13

51

“Dialogue,” 1986

13

52

Executive photosheet reprints, 1986

13

53

Field coordinators manual, May 1979

13

54

Framed stamped print, 1986

13

55

Healthcare fact sheet, 1986

14

1

Laimbeer, William, ICCA speech, 1985

14

2

Lanigan, R.J., Lourdes College presentation, 1986

14

3

Lanigan, R.J., remarks at Employer Association of Toledo, 1984, 1 of 2

14

4

Lanigan, R.J., remarks at Employer Association of Toledo, 1984, 2 of 2

14

5

Lanigan, R.J., remarks at Financial Institute, 1986

14

6

Lanigan, R.J., remarks at Seabrook Technical Symposium, 1985

14

7

Lanigan, R.J., service awards cover letter, 1986

14

8

Lanigan, R.J., wedding program, 1985

14

9

Mini epic, dialogue meeting, April 2, 1985

14

10

Officers pages, Alesi, Ormoond, Trumbull, 1986

14

11

PGGA tape, 1986

14

12

Public affairs guidelines for local managers and supervisors

14

13

Service awards, core speech, 1985

14

14

Solar energy products

14

15

Table tents for Board dinner, 1986

14

16

Williams, Jim, English-Russian business card, 1986

 

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SERIES 6:  HUMAN RESOURCES, BENEFITS, & PAYROLL FILES

 

 

 

14

17

Benefits, 1998

14

18

Benefits correspondence to O-I News, 1997

14

19

Benefit enrollment, 1998

14

20

Benefit enrollment, 1999

14

21

Department organizational chart

14

22

Education Assistance Program, December 1997

14

23

Employment policies, 1977-79

14

24

Flexible Spending Account, 1998

14

25

Health plans, 1998

14

26

Health/Safety Program, folder 1

14

27

Health/Safety Program, folder 2

14

28

Hourly employee benefits, 1998

14

29

Internal memoranda, 1998

14

30

Matching Gift Program, 1998

14

31

Personnel announcements, 1994-97 & 1999

14

32

Policy & procedures manual, July 1977, folder 1

14

33

Policy & procedures manual, July 1977, folder 2

14

34

Program for stock purchase, 1969

14

35

Retiree benefit update, 1999

14

36

Salary employee benefits, 1998

14

37

Salary retiree benefits, 1998

14

38

Social Security fact sheet, 1958

14

39

Starting salaries for general trainees, production and engineering hirees, January 1953

 

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SERIES 7:  PUBLICATIONS AND PRINTED MATERIAL

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Newsletters

(NOTE:  ^ denotes item is located in oversize scrapbook area)

14

40

Forest Products Forum, 1958, Oct.

14

41

Forest Products Forum, 1959, January-May, July-September, & November-December

14

42

Forest Products Forum, 1960, January-April, June-August, October, & December

14

43

Forest Products Forum, 1961, March

14

44

Genesis/Delta Report, 1994-1995

14

45

Global Glass Highlights, February, 1997

14

46

HQ/News, 1981-82

14

47

HQ/News, Updates

14

48

Inside O-I, bound volume, Spring 1976-Winter 1979

14

49

Inside O-I, bound volume, Spring 1979-Winter 1981

14

50

Inside O-I, bound volume, Spring 1981-Winter 1983

14

51

International News, O-I 1978-1982

15

1

Management News Start Up Information

15

2

Management News, O-I, 1977

15

3

Management News, 1978

15

4

Management News, 1979

15

5

Management News, 1980 (includes printing record)

15

6

Management News, 1981

15

7

Management News, 1982

15

8

Management News, 1983

15

9

Management News, 1984

15

10

Management News, 1985

15

11

Management News, 1986

15

12

Management News, 1987

15

13

Management News, 1988

15

14

Management News, 1989

15

15

Management News, 1990

15

16

Management News, 1991

15

17

Management News, 1992

15

18

Management News, 1993

15

19

Management News, 1994 (includes printing record)

15

20

Management News, 1995

15

21

Management News, 1996

15

22

Management News, 1997

15

23

Management News, 1998

15

24

Management News, 1999

15

25

Marketing News, Paper Products Division, 1959-1960

15

26

Miscellaneous newsletters

350+

-

O-I Insight, 1998-99 (bound volume)

15

27

O-I Insight, 1998 & 2000-2001

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1959

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1960

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1961

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1962

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1963

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1964

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1965

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1966

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1967

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1968

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1967

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1968

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1969

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1970

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1971

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1972

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1973

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1974

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1975

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1976

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1977

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1978

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1979

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1980-1981

^

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1982-1983

18

1

Outlook, January-July 1984

18

2

Outlook, January-April 1985

18

3

Outlook, February 1986

18

4

Outlook, January-March 1987

350+

-

Outlook, O-I bound volume 1988-1990

349+

-

Outlook, O-I, Special Supplements, 1961-1973

350+

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1944

350+

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1945

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1946

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1947

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1948

^

-

Owens-Illinois News  bound volume 1949

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1950

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1951

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1952

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1953

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1954

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1955

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1956

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1957

^

-

Owens-Illinois News, bound volume 1958

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Other O-I Publications

15

28

American living and its relation to glass containers, 1941

15

29

An answer to Toledo’s glassplexity

15

30

Billions of bottles, 1959

15

31

Brief history of American bottles, June 1976

15

32

Brief history of colored glass

15

33

Career opportunities at Owens-Illinois, 1971

15

34

The Chicago Box Plant, Owens-Illinois Forest Products Division

15

35

The Circleville Box Plant, Owens-Illinois Forest Products Division

15

36

Corporate personnel directory, June 1961

15

37

Corporate personnel directory, Dec. 1961

15

38

Corporate personnel directory, June 1962

15

39

Corporate personnel directory, Dec. 1962

15

40

Corporate personnel directory, June 1963

16

1

Corporate personnel directory, Dec. 1963

16

2

Corporate personnel directory, June 1964

16

3

Corporate personnel directory, April 1965

16

4

Corporate personnel directory, May 1966

16

5

Corporate personnel directory, Dec. 1966

16

6

Corporate personnel directory, July 1967

16

7

Corporate personnel directory, June 1968

16

8

Corporate personnel directory, July 1969

16

9

Corporate personnel directory, Jan. 1971

16

10

Corporate personnel directory, July 1972

16

11

Corporate personnel directory, 1974

16

12

Corporate personnel directory, 1981

16

13

Corporate identity standards summary

16

14

Glass (6th & 7th printing)

16

15

Glass:  Building the world of tomorrow, 1939

16

16

The glass industry in Toledo:  Yesterday and today

17

52

Glass packaging for the microwave oven

16

17

Glass:  Servant of man, 1935

16

18

Glassplexity in Toledo

348+

8

Graphic standards manual

16

19

A growing concern, Forest Products Division

16

20

Guardians of quality in your glass containers

16

21

Handling empty deposit bottles, 1954

16

22

Hollow and specialty glass:  Background and challenge, 1965

16

23

A look at the technical services and facilities of Owens-Illinois Forest Products Division

16

24

Money plus:  Your salary benefits and policies

16

25

The new O-I world headquarters building

17

61

Nobody else approaches packaging problems like O-I, O-I Forest Products Division

135

14

Now Owens-Illinois Fiberglas Insulation (includes sample of Fiberglas)

17

53

O-I

16

26

O-I California Containers, Inc.

16

27

Owens-Illinois

16

28

Owens-Illinois Containerboard Mill at Tomahawk

16

29

Owens-Illinois Glass Company:  Its past, its products, and its people

16

30

Owens-Illinois glass containers, 1934 Chicago World’s Fair, pamphlet, diorama of bottle making process

16

31

Owens-Illinois handbook, April 1943

16

32

Owens-Illinois Materials Handling Center, 1967

16

33

Owens-Illinois National Container merger

16

34

Owens-Illinois people at work at war

16

35

Owens-Illinois service bureau New York World’s Fair, 1939

16

36

Owens-Illinois Technical Center (includes advertisement for researchers)

16

37

Owens-Illinois The Orange Mill

16

38

Plan your career with Owens-Illinois

16

39

Progress interview:  Suggestions to help men in management in counseling people about their work

43

6

Quarter Century Club annual banquet programs, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1960

16

40

Report of stewardship, Owens-Illinois of the Bahamas, Limited, 1964

16

41

Research leads to a better tomorrow at Owens-Illinois Technical Center

16

42

The right box, Forest Products Division

16

43

Service honor roll

16

44

Sixty years of action, 1933

16

45

The story of SeaGate and the Toledo riverfront

16

46

There is always a better way:  Extra cash for you:  Owens-Illinois suggestion system

16

47

This is the Forest Products Division of Owens-Illinois, 1963

16

48

Who’s who, O-I Glass Container Division, , 1962, 1966, 1973, & undated

16

49

Who’s who, O-I Plastic Products Division, 1967

16

50

Younger than yesterday

16

51

Your guide to a tour of the Owens-Illinois Technical Center , 1955

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries C:  Non-O-I Publications

17

60

The Toledo Museum of Art exhibit catalogs

17

1

A Century of Progress

17

54

A close-up of closures:  History and progress,Glass Container Manufacturers Institute

17

2

Fountain Square Plaza

17

55

The genesis of a jar, Glass Container Manufacturers Institute

17

56

Glass containers, Glass Container Manufacturers Institute, 1959-60, 1962-64, & 1966-67

17

57

The history of glass containers, Brockway Glass Company

17

58

Islands in Crystal, Steuben Glass Company

48

1

Lynch Glass Machine Company, 1929

17

3

Ohio Bank & Trust Building

17

59

Paths to progress:  Glass packaging for people, Glass Packaging Institute

17

4

A Tayco Products presentation

17

5

Toledo

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries D:  Newspaper clippings (includes scattered magazine articles and websites)

17

67

Alton Box Board Co.

17

6

Child labor

17

7

Closures Division, 1974

17

8

Corporate, 1974

17

9

Dodd, E.D., 1974

17

10

Energy, 1974

17

11

Fecker Systems, 1974

17

12

Financial, 1974

17

71

Financial, 1999

17

66

Florida plant

17

13

Forest Products Division, 1974

17

14

Glass

17

63

Glass collecting

17

15

Glass Container Division, 1974

17

69

Glass fibers

17

16

Glass vs. plastic

17

17

Headquarters

17

62

Illinois Glass Company

17

18

International Division, 1974

17

19

Kimble

17

20

KKR

17

21

Levis Development Park

17

22

Libbey, 1974

17

23

Libbey Glass Company

49

20

Libbey Glass Company comes to Toledo, 1888

17

24

Lily, 1974

17

25

Mulford, Raymon

17

26

O-I

17

27

O-I becomes a public company

17

28

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1945-1975

17

29

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1976-1977

17

30

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1978, January-June

17

31

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1978, July-December

17

32

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1979, January-June

17

33

O-I in downtown Toledo, 1979, July-December

24

12

O-I in downtown, 1980, January-March

24

13

O-I in downtown, 1980, April-June

24

14

O-I in downtown, 1980, July-September

24

15

O-I in downtown, 1980, October-December

24

16

O-I in downtown, 1981, January-March

24

17

O-I in downtown, 1981, April-June

24

18

O-I in downtown, 1981, July-September

24

19

O-I in downtown, 1981, October-December

24

20

O-I in downtown, 1982

17

34

Onizers

17

35

Owens-Corning

17

36

Owens, Libbey, Richardson, Walbridge, & Brown

17

37

Pacific Coast Division

17

38

Personnel, 1974

17

39

Plastic Products Division, 1974

17

40

Research and Development, 1974

17

41

Restructuring

17

42

Special Products, 1974

44

58

Tax abatement

17

43

Telescopes

17

44

Toledo

17

45

Toledo glass industry

17

46

Toledo Museum of Art

17

47

TV, 1974

17

70

University of Toledo

17

48

Wall Street Journal, computer search, 1979-84

 

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SERIES 8:  BIOGRAPHY AND HISTORY FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Company and industry histories

 

 

 

18

5

American bottles:  Old and new, by W.S. Walbridge

18

6

Brief history, O-I News Bureau, 1974, 1979, 1996, & 1997

18

7

Chairmen and presidents of Owens-Illinois

18

8

Chronologies of the history of Owens-Illinois

18

9

Closure Division

18

10

Coca-Cola, June 7, 1957

18

11

Corporate Engineering Department

18

12

Corporate Relations Department

18

13

Forest Products Division, background

18

14

Forest Products Division, history of the technical function

18

15

Glass center of the world

18

16

The glassmakers, by Will Oursler, 1968, original draft pp. 1-149

18

17

The glassmakers, by Will Oursler, 1968, original draft pp. 150-300

18

18

The glassmakers, by Will Oursler, 1968, original draft pp. 301-458

18

19

Historical inquiries

18

20

Historical talk, 1953

18

21

History and overview:  Owens Illinois Inc., 1997

18

22

History of Owens-Illinois, April 24, 1962

18

23

History of Owens-Illinois Glass and the glass industry

18

24

History of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, n.d.

18

25

History of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by O-I Public Relations Department, October 10, 1947

18

26

History of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by O-I Public Relations Department, 1952

18

27

History of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by O-I Public Relations Department for Standard and Poor’s, 1952

18

28

History of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by Merritt A. Gates, March 21, 1955

18

29

International Division, history

18

30

Lily-Tulip Division

18

31

Miscellaneous histories

18

32

O-I firsts, 1972

18

33

O-I history, by Jack Paquette, 1953

18

34

Owens Bottle Machine Company

18

35

Owens-Illinois Glass Company, history, December 31, 1929

18

36

The Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by J.S. Hall, ca. 1936

18

37

Owens-Illinois Glass Company:  Its past, its products, and its people, 1953

18

38

Owens-Illinois history, n.d.

18

39

Owens Legacy (corporate genealogy)

18

40

Pacific Coast Division

18

41

Pocket history of Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by K.A. Hamel, February 1951

18

42

Research Department history

18

43

Resume of development of Toledo glass industry, by John H. Wright,  January 22, 1951

18

44

Significant events, 1989

18

45

Situation and History, New Product Planning and Development, 1970

18

46

Untitled history, 1939

18

47

Untitled history, ca. 1940

18

48

Untitled history, 1941

18

49

Untitled history, by James E. Naylor, 1943

18

50

Untitled history, by Owens-Illinois Public Relations Dept., May 20, 1947

18

51

Untitled history, by Owens-Illinois Press Relations Dept. for Toledo Trust News, February 20, 1955

18

52

Untitled history, by Dick Roberts, June 8, 1968

19

1

Untitled histories

18

53

Use of the phrase “established 1818” by Libbey Glass, by Lloyd T.


 

 

 

Subseries B:  Personal reminiscences

 

 

 

18

54

Beckert, Larry J., August 20, 1974

18

55

Bringolf, A., September 6, 1975

18

56

Durholt, Harry J.

18

57

Fluge, Peter

18

58

Graham, Robert E., February 20, 1976, & March 1976

18

59

Hepp, Kevin

18

60

Irvine, Jan, ca. 1930

18

61

LaFrance, Richard

18

62

Lock, Richard W.

18

63

Miller, Robert F.

18

64

Powell, Max

18

65

Rairdon, Smith L., February 8, 1977

18

66

Richardson, S.O., November 1, 1920

18

67

Ropp, William

18

68

unidentified

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries C:  Employee biography files

(Note:  biographical information is also scattered in photograph files)

 

 

 

19

2

Almroth, Thomas K.

19

3

Babbs, Charles F.

19

4

Baker, Herbert H. Sr.

19

5

Barnard, Randolph

19

6

Barry, David W.

19

7

Barry, Edward J.

19

8

Belknap, Charles B.

19

9

Bell, James B.

19

10

Bensinger, Clarence

19

11

Bergman, Walter J.

19

12

Biggers, John D.

19

13

Blair, James C.

19

14

Bock, William E.

19

15

Boeschenstein, Harold

19

16

Boshart, William H.

19

17

Bowes, Arthur S.

19

18

Bowes, Urban E.

19

19

Boyd, Ben E.

19

20

Brown, Clarence

346+

1

Brown, Clarence, obituaries

19

76

Canter, Floyd M.

19

21

Clark, William P.

19

22

Cochrane, Samuel S.

19

23

Colburn, Irving W.

19

24

Collin, Harry E.

19

25

Cook, George W.

19

26

Cosh, Richard A.

19

27

Crowley, D.J.

19

28

Davies, Robert H.

19

29

Davis, Albert S.

19

30

Denman, John Rufus

19

31

Dodd, Edwin

19

32

Durholt, Harry J.

19

33

Eichman, Samuel E.

19

34

Eppstein, Meyer M.

19

35

Ericson, Webster C.

19

36

Farmer, Earl H.

19

37

Farmer, Leonard H. Jr.

19

38

Fauster, Carl U.

19

39

Ford, William

19

40

Fowle, Arthur

19

41

Fuller, Fred E.

19

42

Gardner, Hubert V.

19

43

Geddes, Frederick L.

19

44

Gilchrist, Clarence F.

19

45

Gilmore, Paul R.

19

46

Greenhalgh, George P.

19

47

Hackett, James W.

19

48

Harbeuar, John W.

19

49

Herron, Elbert L. “Bert”

19

50

Hettinger, Albert J.

19

51

Holscher, Harry H.

19

52

Jobst, Conrad

19

53

Kadow, August

19

54

Kenworthy, Stuart A.

19

55

Kimble, Evan E.

19

56

Kimble, Evan E. (autobiography)

19

57

Kimble, Herman K.

19

58

Knight, William W.

19

59

Labino, Dominick

19

60

LaFrance, Richard

19

61

Langdon, Richard H.

19

62

Lanigan, Robert J.

19

63

Laughlin, Hugh C.

19

64

Lemieux, Joseph

19

65

Levis, Charles H.

19

66

Levis, Charlotte R.

19

67

Levis, Edward

19

68

Levis family, folder 1

19

69

Levis family, folder 2

19

70

Levis family, folder 3

19

71

Levis, John Preston, folder 1

19

72

Levis, John Preston, folder 2

19

73

Levis, Margaret H.

19

74

Levis, Robert H. II

19

75

Levis, William E.

 

20

 

20

 

 

20

 

20

20

20

20

346+
20

20

20

 

 

 

1

 

2

 

 

3

 

4

5

6

7

2

8

9

10

Libbey, Edward Drummond:

“Edward Drummond Libbey:  Gentleman, citizen, pioneer glassmaker,”
   by Ralph W. Heller

“His story goes well beyond the well-known facts,” The Shield:  A
   Magazine for Libbey-Owens-Ford Employees
, Vol. 6 No. 6, October-
   November 1975
The intimate lives of Edward Drummond Libbey and Michael J. Owens
   as we knew them, by William S. Walbridge
“Glass... and Edward D. Libbey,” The Batch, November 1940
Memorial tribute
Miscellaneous

Newspaper & magazine articles about E.D. Libbey
Obituaries & published Will (Toledo Blade)
Ojai estate
Speeches and articles about E. D. Libbey
Toledo’s dream realized in the enlarged museum of art, by Arthur J.
   Secor, The Voice of the People’s Savings Association, Vol. 2 No. 2,
   February 1926.

 

20

346+

 

11

3

Libbey, Florence Scott:
Articles in Museum News and The Blade
Obituaries

20

12

Libbey, Sarah

20

13

Martin, Emmett F.

20

14

McBurney, James E.

20

15

McCarthy, John F.

20

16

McCracken, Steve

20

17

McNerney, Jack F.

20

18

McNerney, John H.

20

19

Megowan, Carl R.

20

20

Morrison, James

20

21

Mulford, Raymon H., folder 1

20

22

Mulford, Raymon H., folder 2

20

23

Mulford, Raymon H., folder 3

20

24

Niehous, William F.

20

25

Nolan, Cornelius

20

26

O-I executive’s biographical information

20

27

Olander, Milton M.

20

28

Ottesen, Harold

346+

4

Owens, Mary McKelvey, obituaries


20
20
20
20
20
20

20

20

20
20
20
20
20
20
346+
20
20

 

29

30

31

32

33

34

 

35

 

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

5

43

44

Owens, Michael J.:
Biographical sketches
Centennial Tribute, September 3, 1959
Centennial Tribute Report, September 3, 1959
Commemorative stamp
Correspondence about M.J. Owens
“Don’t try to carry the whole world on your shoulders!,” by Keene
   Sumner, reprinted from The American Magazine, July 1922
“The intimate lives of Edward Drummond Libbey and Michael J.
   Owens as we knew them,” by William S. Walbridge

“It can be done,” The Batch, January 1941

James Coleman material
Memorial booklet
“Mike Owens story,” copy of original draft, changes penciled in
“Mike Owens story,” revised draft
Miscellaneous material
Newspaper and magazine articles about M.J. Owens
Obituaries

Press releases about

Research notes

21

1

Phillipps, Henry G.

21

2

Pitzer, Kenneth S.

21

3

Rairdon, Smith L.

21

4

Richardson, Solon O. Jr.

21

5

Robinson, Jefferson D. Jr.

21

6

Robinson, Jefferson D. Sr.

21

7

Robinson, Joseph W.

21

8

Rohr, John T.

21

9

Rowe, Thomas W.

21

10

Rudy, Henry C.

21

11

Santelli, T. Robert

21

12

Scarbrough, Carl F.

21

13

Schafer, Ezra F.

21

14

Schiel, Nicholas

21

15

Schwenzfeier, Carl Willy

21

16

Scott, H. Clifford

21

17

Silkwood, Clare F.

21

18

Slayter, Games

21

19

Smith, William E.

346+

6

Smith, William Eliot, death and drawing of home

21

20

Snideman, Richard L.

21

21

Solon, Faustin J.

21

22

Soubier, Leonard D.

21

23

Spengler, William F.

21

24

Staelin, Carl G.

21

25

Stewart, William J.

21

26

Thomas, John H.

21

27

Trumm, Bruce F.

21

28

Vincent, Austin

21

29

Wade, Henry S.

21

30

Walbridge, William S.

21

31

Wallis, F. William

21

32

Wright, John H.

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries D:  Historic documents

 

 

 

21

33

Cancelled notes, 1928-29 & 1933

21

34

Glass recipes, 1893-1901

21

35

Nippon Garas Kogyo Kaisha, limit of power given to Y. Sugata

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries E:  Personal Papers

 

 

 

 

 

Boshart, W.H.:

21

36

Correspondence, 1924-26

 

 

 

 

 

Brown, Clarence:

21

37

Correspondence, 1918

 

 

 

 

 

Levis, Edward:

21

38

Estate papers

21

39

Illinois Glass Company purchase

 

 

 

 

 

Levis, George M.:

21

40

Personal price list, American Flint Glass Workers Union, August 1895

21

41

Private memorandum book

21

42

Private memorandum book

 

 

 

 

 

Libbey, Edward D.

21

43

Correspondence, 1917, 1919, 1923, and 1925

21

44

Deed, 13th & Madison property, includes survey drawing

21

45

Passport

21

46

Passports, Florence S. Libbey

21

47

Wills & estate settlement, Edward D. & Florence S. Libbey

 

 

 

 

 

Owens, Michael J.

130

83

American Society of Mechanical Engineers award, AR Bottle Machine designated as an International Historic Engineering Landmark, May 17, 1983

21

48

Birth certificate, January 1, 1859

21

49

Correspondence from, 1910-11, 1913-16, 1918-19, 1921-23, & undated, originals

21

50

Correspondence from, 1910-11, 1913-16, 1918-19, 1921-23, & undated, USE COPIES

21

51

Correspondence to, 1908, 1910-14

21

52

Correspondence to, 1915

21

53

Correspondence to, 1916-17

21

54

Correspondence to, 1918

21

55

Correspondence to, 1919-20

21

56

Correspondence to, 1921

21

57

Correspondence to, 1922

21

58

Estate, first accounting, December 27, 1923-May 31, 1927

21

59

Miscellaneous drawings

21

60

“Proposed machine for spinning pronged type of cap”

21

61

“Supporting and centering a glass blank”

 

 

 

 

 

Walbridge, William S.:

21

62

Correspondence, 1924

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries F:  Material about glass and glassmaking

 

 

 

22

1

The American glass industry and the tariff, by Pearce Davis, Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1, 1938 (folder 1)

22

2

The American glass industry and the tariff (folder 2)

22

3

The American glass industry and the tariff (folder 3)

22

4

Ancestry and development, chapter in The tools of the chemist, by Ernest Child, New York:  Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1940

347+

2

The art of cutting glass, and illustration:  “Drawing a pot of molten glass from the furnace,” Harper’s Weekly, January 25, 1890

22

5

Background study on glass bottles and containers, by Walter N. Thurn and Kenneth B. Smith, March 7, 1942

22

6

Billions of bottles, by William A. Buck, Steelways, November 1952

22

7

The bottle and how it began

22

8

Bottles at sea, Glass Container Manufacturers Institute, n.d.

22

9

Business frontiers, Department of Commerce interview with John D. Biggers, President of Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company, October 6, 1939

22

10

Chapters on machinery and labor, by George E. Barnett, Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1926

22

11

Chronological chart of American glass houses, from American Glass, by George S. & Helen McKearin

22

12

Collective bargaining in the glass container industry, 1917-1937, by William John Schuck, master’s thesis, University of Illinois, 1937

22

13

Collective bargaining in the glass industry, by Milton Derber, unpublished manuscript, 1940

22

14

Drying and purifying compressed gases, The Silica Gel Corporation, Bulletin No. 11, November 1929

22

15

Educational story of the manufacture of glass, as depicted at A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933

22

16

Evolution of the glass container industry, by Daniel J. James, 1956

 

 

Feeding and forming, by Harry H. Holscher, Handbook of Glass Manufacture, n.d. (reprint)

22

17

The history of glass, series by Harold Mayfield, Editor, OnIzed Altonian, includes:

“Dawn of glass”
“Bubbles of glass”

“A secret dies”

“A woman tells”

“The long arm of Venice”

“English crystal”
“First in the New World—bottles”
“America’s oldest glass factory”
“A bottle brings a word”
“The Pennsylvania baron”
“Bottles for the world”

22

18

Glass, The Pottery Gazette and Glass Trade Review, December 1, 1932

22

19

Glass:  An old/new industry, Vocational Trends, January 1946

347+

2

Mr. Ulrich’s “glass blowers,” and illustration “The glassblowers,” Harper’s Weekly, April 21, 1883

347+

2

The glass-blowers’ strike, and illustration “Scenes in a glass foundry, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,” Harper’s Weekly, January 12, 1894

22

20

Glass bottle and fruit jar companies in existence during 1904, 1910, 1920, 1933

48

3

The glass container story, Glass Container Manusfacturers Institute

22

21

Glass containers, radio broadcast, WBOW, Terre Haute, Indiana, 1947

22

22

Glass goes to town, by J.R. Hildebrand, National Geographic Magazine, January 1943

22

23

Glass Industry, July 1995 (7th anniversary issue)

22

24

Glass industry in Ohio, by Simon N. Wilson, National Youth Administration in Ohio, July 1938

22

25

Glass industry in Toledo and its environs, by Walter G. Lezius, December 1, 1937, Bureau of Research, College of Business Administration, University of Toledo

22

26

The glass insulator in American, by N.R. Woodward, 1973 report

22

27

Glass machines, by Wilhelm Giegerich and W. Trier, 1969

22

28

Glass packages, closures, caps, The 1963 Modern Packaging Encyclopedia Issue, for the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute

22

29

Glass universal, by William Pickett Helm, World’s Work, n.d.

22

30

The Glassboro story:  1779-1964, by Robert D. Bole & Edward H. Walton Jr., York, PA:  The Maple Press Company, 1964

22

31

The glasshouse, 1608-1957, Jamestown, Virginia

22

32

Greatest year for glass, by Francis Bello, Fortune, May 1955

48

4

History of glass, American Glassware Association, January 1951

22

33

History of the incandescent lamp, by John W. Howell and Henry Schroeder, Schenectady, NY:  The Maqua Company, 1927

22

34

Honoring men prominent in the earlier American glass industry, National Glass Budget, 1956-58

22

35

How glass is made, Museum News, Toledo Museum of Art, March 1974

22

36

Large-scale production in the French plate-glass industry, 1665-1789, Warren C. Scoville, The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. I, No. 5, October 1942

22

37

Largest manufacturers of glass bottles and jars in the UK, United Glass Ltd recently celebrated it fiftieth anniversary, Packaging, September 1963

22

38

Libbey cut glass:  The art and the industry, by Richard A. Schuchert, 1965

22

39

Magazine of Wall Street, various articles

346+

9

The manufacture of incised, or cut glass, Scientific American, April 30, 1904 (original)

22

54

The manufacture of incised, or cut glass, Scientific American, April 30, 1904 (photocopy)

47

17

The miracle of glass:  Its glorious past, its thrilling present, its miraculous future, as presented at Glass Center, New York World’s Fair

22

40

Ohio Glass, Toledo Museum of Art, October 1958

22

41

Old Bottle Magazine, April & December 1976; January-April, & June 1977

22

42

Packaging in glass

22

43

Paths to progress:  Glass packaging for people, Glass Packaging Institute, n.d.

48

2

Sand and glass, by C.D.T. Baker-Carr, Nelson-Doubleday Inc., Garden City, NY, 1960

22

44

The Sheild, November 1976:

The dawn of glassmaking
Glass was America’s first industry
America’s glass industry of the nineteenth century
The twentieth century brings new milestones in glassmaking

22

45

Sources of information on glass-glassmaking-glass containers (bibliography)

22

46

Specification Associate, Spring 1960:
Float glass
The window as a climatic filter
The manufacture of plate glass in America
Glass as a material
Glass in windows of buildings
Double glazed insulating windows
The specification writer’s part in the development of glass fiber
    materials

22

47

State policy and the French glass industry, 1840-1789, Warren C. Scoville, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. LVI, May 1942

22

48

The story of glass, prepared by Owens-Illinois Glass Company, The Quartermaster Review, July-August 1940

22

49

The story of glass containers, Glass Container Manufacturers Institute

22

50

Technology and the French Glass Industry, 1640-1740, The Journal of Economic History, Vol. I, No. 2, November 1941

22

51

Toledo—melting pot for glass, Toledo Technical Topics, April 1964

22

52

United Glass, Packaging News, June 1961

22

53

Woman’s Day dictionary of American glass, Woman’s Day, August 1961

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries G:  Materials about Owens-Illinois by others

 

 

 

348+

1

Billions of bottles, Fortune, April 1932

18

69

Fragile:  Handle with care, Transportation Engjneer, March 1972

18

70

Giant mirror blanks poured for Chile and Australia, Sky and Telescope, September 1969

18

71

Glass:  By Owens-Illinois, Tracks, April 1945

18

72

Herron’s hunches, Old Bottle Magazine, September 1976

18

73

Hit of the year:  Cigar in the glass tube, Sales Management, July 15, 1952

18

74

Horseless carriage motif, Toledo Blade Pictorial, October 8, 1950

18

75

Meet our interesting customer:  Owens Illinois Glass Company, Toledo Trust Company, n.d.

18

76

New Lone Star mill dedicated for liner output by Owens-Illinois, Paper Trade Journal, October 28, 1968

22

55

O-I at orange, Paperboard Packaging, December 1968

348+

7

Owens again, and why, Fortune, May 1936

18

77

Owens-Illinois, script for WSPD-TV program, July 20, 1968

18

78

Owens-Illinois:  An improbable genius was Mike Owens, Pioneers of American Business

18

79

Owens-Illlinois Glass, Stock Market Finance, July 15, 1933

18

80

Owens-Illinois Glass Company, Toledo Trust News, March 1955

18

81

Owens-Illinois heads seaward—to the stars, Port of Toledo News, Issue #4, 1969

18

82

Owens-Illinois history/Libbey Glass, March 1947

18

83

Owens-Illinois’ huge paper and pulp mill complex in Texas started, Southern Pulp and Paper Manusfacturer, January 10, 1968

18

84

Owens-Illinois’ mammoth paper mill complex in Texas in full operations, report by Vincent F. Waters, Southern Pulp and Paper Manusfacturer, December 10, 1968

18

85

Sales figures of 4 major firms at new peak, C of C study shows, Toledo Business News, September 1957

348+

2

Sand into glass, Fortune, February 1930

353+

5

Study of the glass container industry with particular emphasis on the financing and financial policies of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company, by Daniel James, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Illinois, 1952

18

86

Tenth group of top performers comes to Toledo, Sales Builders, 1970

18

87

The 100 largest manufacturing corporations, Monthly Letter on Economic Conditions Government Finance, June 1948

18

88

Toledo glass firm goes pining in Bahamas, Toledo Blade Pictorial, July 24, 1960

348+

3

Toledo Magazine:
The brave new world of Owens-Illinois, October 7, 1984
The lengthened shadow of William E. Levis, 1890-1962
The making of a skyscraper, December 27, 1981

Of flasks and bottles, September 12, 1976
The search for historic glass, April 30, 1972
Toledo’s lively museum of art, September 16, 1984
Who owns downtown?  July 28, 1985

18

89

What’s in a name?, by Tom Vonier, Progressive Architecture, August 1982

18

90

What were the safety invaders?, Safety Maintenance, August 1958

18

91

Why I collect bottles, Antique Bottle World, February 1975

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries H:  Quick reference material and prior corporate historical/archival projects

 

 

 

 

 

Quick reference:

 

 

 

23

1

Biographical notes

23

2

Closure history

23

3

Corporate Relations history

23

22

Historical Bottle Collectors Guild material

23

4

Illinois Glass Company

23

5

Kimble history

23

6

Libbey Glass Company

23

7

Miscellaneous notes (contains telegrams and a letter about Michael Owens’s death)

23

8

Old bottles

23

9

Owens Bottle Machine Company

23

10

Owens Corning Fiberglas

23

11

Stock information

 

 

 


 

 

 

Prior corporate historical/archival projects:

 

 

 

23

12

Archive processing manual

396+

3

Bottle inventories, old working copies

23

13

Bottle inventory (old), 001-495

23

14

Bottle inventory (old), 496-811

23

15

Christian, Donna

23

16

Corporate archive acquisitions

23

17

Corporate archive inventory, 02-03

23

18

Corporate archive inventory, 03 continued

23

19

Corporate archive inventory, 10-20

23

20

Corporate archive inventory, 21-31

23

21

Corporate archive inventory, 40

24

1

Corporate continuity program

24

2

Correspondence, miscellaneous

24

3

Fauster, Carl, correspondence

130

87

History Factory, correspondence

130

88

History Factory, film inventories

24

4

History Factory, inventory

24

5

History Factory, proposal

24

6

History Factory, report

24

7

Material in historical archive (obsolete)

24

8

Miscellaneous material

24

9

Policy statement and user application

24

10

Unidentified photograph identification

24

11

Write Stuff Enterprises, history project

 

Box

Folder

Arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

SERIES 9:  PLANT FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Alton , Illinois (#7):

24

21

Centennial celebration

24

22

Centennial tribute

24

23

Correspondence, 1973, re:  Centennial celebration

24

24

Drawings

24

25

Histories

48

5

Inspection report, John Moffett, 1937

24

26

Manuals

24

27

Newsletter

24

28

Newspaper articles

24

29

Press releases

24

30

Safety Sam News, 1929

24

31

Safety Sam News, 1930

24

32

Safety Sam News, 1931

24

33

Safety Sam News, 1932

24

34

Safety Sam News, 1933

24

35

Scripts

24

36

Speeches

 

 

 

 

 

Atlanta, Georgia (#10):

24

37

Report on official opening

 

 

 

 

 

Augusta, Georgia (#43):

24

38

Newspaper article

24

39

Twentieth anniversary booklet

 

 

 

 

 

Big Island, Virginia (#69):

24

40

Histories

 

 

 

 

 

Bridgeton, New Jersey (#14):

24

41

Histories

24

42

Newsletter, March 12, 1973

24

43

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Charleston, West Virginia (#6):

24

44

Announcements re: closing

24

45

Correspondence, 1962-65

24

46

History

24

47

Newspaper articles

25

1

Press releases

25

2

Summarized property description

 

 

 

 

 

Charlotte, Michigan (#5):

25

3

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Chicago Heights, Illinois (#33):

25

4

Histories

25

5

Newspaper article

 

 

 

 

 

Columbus, Ohio (#18):

25

6

Histories

25

7

Pamphlets

 

 

 

 

 

Durham, North Carolina (#95):

25

8

Press release

 

 

 


 

 

 

Fairmont, West Virginia (#3):

25

9

Histories

25

10

Newspaper article

 

 

 

 

 

Gas City, Indiana (#12):

25

11

Histories

25

12

Newsletter, September 10, 1945

25

13

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Glassboro, New Jersey (#68):

25

14

Histories

25

15

Newsletter, March 2, 1948

25

16

Newspaper articles

25

17

Pamphlets

 

 

 

 

 

Huntington, West Virginia (#2):

25

18

Histories

25

19

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Lakeland, Florida (#16):

25

20

Correspondence, 1965

25

21

Expansion proposal

25

22

Newspaper articles

25

23

Pamphlets

25

24

Plant opening

25

25

Press releases

 

 

 

 

 

Lufkin, Texas (#96):

25

26

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Milan, Michigan (#6):

25

27

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Minneapolis, Minnesota (#55):

25

28

Newspaper articles

 

 

 

 

 

Muncie, Indiana (#86):

25

29

Histories

 

 

 

 

 

North Bergen, New Jersey (#11):

25

30

Newspaper articles

25

31

Press releases

 

 

 


 

 

 

Oakland, California (#20):

25

32

History

 

 

 

 

 

Okemos, Michigan:

25

33

Newspaper article

25

34

Press reseases

 

 

Orange, Texas (#85):

25

35

Invitation to opening

25

36

Miscellaneous

25

37

Newspaper articles

25

38

Press releases

 

 

 

 

 

San Mateo, California:

25

39

Open house invitation

25

40

Pamphlet

 

 

 

 

 

Streator, Illinois (#9):

25

41

Histories

25

42

Newsletter

25

43

Newspaper articles

25

44

Pamphlet

 

 

 

 

 

Terre Haute, Indiana:

25

45

History

 

 

 

 

 

Unidentified:

25

46

Newspaper clippings

 

 

 

 

 

Waco, Texas (#15):

25

47

Correspondence, 1948-49

25

48

Newspaper articles

25

49

Opening booklet

25

50

Press releases

 

 

 

SERIES 10:  TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING FILES

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries A:  Technical reports

 

 

 

25

51

Burch, O.G.
-Physical and chemical properties of various glass compositions, unpublished typescript, volume 1, December 29, 1937

25

52

Burch, O.G.
-Physical and chemical properties of various glass compositions, unpublished typescript, volume 2, December 29, 1937

25

53

Holscher, H.H.
-Glass:  Its transparency and structure, The Glass Industry, February, March, & April 1958

25

54

Owens-Illinois Glass Company General Research Laboratory
-Effect of fluorine and phosphorus pentoxide on properties of soda-dolomite lime-silica glass, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 27, No. 12, December 1944

25

55

Pohl, Herbert A., and Plymale, Charles E.
-Continuous separations of suspensions by nonuniform electric fields in liquid dielectrics, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol. 107, No. 8, May 1960

25

56

Potts, J.C.
-Melting rate of soda-lime-silica glasses as influenced by composition and the effect of minor constituents, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 24, No. 2, February, pp. 43-50, 1941

25

57

Powell, H.E., and Tom, E.M.
-A technique for evaluating and controlling the sealing characteristics of glasses, Eleventh Symposium on the Art of Glassblowing, The American Scientific Glassblowers Society, 1966

25

58

Rapp, C.F.
-Ce3+ Nd3+ energy transfer in silicate glass, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 47, No. 5, May 1976
-Dependence of the Fluorescence quantum yields of Nd3+ in glass-ceramics upon the composition of the host material, Journal of Luminescence, Vol. 8, 1973
-Fluorescence lkifetimes of neodymium-doped glasses and glass-ceramics, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 77, No. 8, 1973
-The influence of the composition on the gain of Nd-DOPED glasses, Physics of Electronic Ceramics, Part B, 1972
-Luminescent solar concentrators, presented at the Thirteenth IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, Washington, DC, June 5-8, 1978
-Neodymium-doped glass-ceramic laser material, Journal of Materials Science, Letters, 1972

25

59

Rapp, J.E.
-Rapid method for approximating viscosity-temperature data in the range 1012 to 1014 poises, American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 46, No. 8, August 7, 1967
-Thermal expansion coefficient-crystallinity relations in Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2 glass ceramics, The American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol 52, No. 6, June 1973
-Thermal expansion of alkali halides from 70 to 570 K, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 44, No. 9, September 1973

25

60

Rathke, P.P.
-Chain transfer in vinyl polymerizations (typescript)

25

61

Ray, Satyabrata
-Derivation and experimental verification of an equation for exposure-dose rate due to x-ray continua, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 38, No. 8, July 1967
-High quartz solid solution phases from thermally crystallized glasses of compositions (Li2O, MgO) Al2O3 nSiO2, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 51, No. 12, December 1968
-Solid solutions in the keatite crystal lattice, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 54, No. 4, April 1971

25

62

St. John, Douglas
-Adhesion of small metal spheres to plane metal substrates, unpublished typescript

25

63

Sayers, James A.
-Brittle materials, Chemical Engineering, December 4, 1972

25

64

Scala, J.
-Castor bean FDPase from endosperm tissue:  Properties and partial purification, Life Sciences, Part II, Vol. 7, No. 8, 1968
-D-fructose-1, 6-Diphosphatase of navy bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) leaves, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 131, No. 1, April 1969
-FDPases of the castor bean endosperm and leaf:  Properties and partial purification, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Vol. 127, September 1968
-The fine structure of the digestive gland of venus’s flytrap, American Journal of Botany, Vol. 55, No. 6, 1968
-Gibberellic acid and the castor bean fructose-1, 6-diphosphatases, Phytochemistry, Vol. 8, 1969
-An induced fructose-1, 6-diphosphatase from cultured cells of acer pseudoplatanus (English sycamore), Phytochemistry, Vol. 10, 1971
-Modes of transmission of whirling disease of trout, Nature, Vol. 227, No. 5258, August 8, 1970
-The percutaneous absorption of ionic surfactants, The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Vol. 50, No. 5, 1968
-Plastids of the venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula), Nature, Vol. 219, No. 5159, September 14, 1968

25

65

Schaufele, R.F.
-Inelastic scattering of light by polymers, Encyclopedia of Polymer Science & Technology, n.d.

25

66

Scherer, G.
-A study of quartz melting, Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, Vol. 11, No. 3, June 1970

25

67

Schmid, A.P.
-Studies of the ac conductivity in glass and glass-crystal systems, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 4, 1970

25

68

Schulz, Heinz
-The average structure of Mg[Al2Si3O10], a stuffed derivative of the high-quartz structure, Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie, Vol. 134, 1971
-Dispersion analysis of single crystal diffractometer measurements, Part I:  Methods of investigation, unpublished typescript
-Structural characteristics of a Mg-Al silicate of the high quartz type, Die Naturwissenschaften, Vol. 57, No. 5, 1970
-X-ray study of Mg-Al silicate high-quartz phases,  Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie, Vol. 133, 1971

25

69

Schwab, Daniel W.
-Fine structure and composition of a siliceous sponge spicule, The Biological Bulletin, Vol 140, February 1971
-The fine structure of the digestive gland of venus’s flytrap, American Journal of Botany, Vol. 56, No. 1, 1969
-Mechanism of internal stratification of siliceous sponge spicules, Naure, Vol. 23T, No. 5311, August 13, 1971
-Preservation of fine structures in yeast by fixation in a dimethyl sulfoxide-acrolein-glutaraldehyde solution, Stain Technology, Vol. 45, No. 4, 1970
-Some ultrastructural aspects of venus’s flytrap, Electron Microscope Society of American, annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 30, 1967

25

70

Shadduck, Hugh A.
-Analysis of gases dissolved in glass and gases present in seeds, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 25, No. 3, February 1942.

25

71

Shick, Philip E.
-High-yield pulping process for coniferous woods, The Journal of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Vol. 53, No. 8, August 1970
-Non-sulphur pulping—A new process, Southern Pulp and Paper Manufacturer, n.d.

26

1

Siegel, I.
-Paramagnetic resonance of copper in amorphous and polycrystalline GeO2, The Physical Review, Vol. 45, No. 6, September 15, 1966
-Paramagnetic resonance of vanadium in amorphous and polycrystalline GeO2, The Physical Review, Vol. 134, No. 1A, April 6, 1964

26

2

Silverman, W.B.
-Effect of alumina on devitrification of sodium oxide-dolomite lime-silica glasses, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 23, No. 9, September 1940

26

3

Simmons, G.A.
-Massive Cer-vit mirror blanks, unpublished typescript

26

4

Skribiski, R.P.
-Impact testing, an avenue to understanding plastic container performance, Materials Research and Standards, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1970

26

5

Smith, M.E.
-Plastic container challenge, paper given at the meeting of the St. Louis Chapter of The Packaging Institute, November 17, 1970

26

6

Southwell, W.H.
-Spectral averaging on the modulation transfer function, unpublished typescript

26

7

Sporek, K.F.
-Definition, measurements, and interpretations of molecular weight data, unpublished typescript
-Detection and identification of alcohols, alkoxy groups, lignin, and wood by gas liquid chromatography, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 34, No. 12, November 1962
-Detection and identification of mercaptans by gas liquid chromatography, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 35, No. 8, July 1963
-Use of ilicone oil as solvent in gas chromatography, Journaql of Gas Chromatography, May 1965

26

8

Steierman, B.L.
-Occurrence of cassiterite as a stone in glass, The American Ceramic Society, Vol. 29, No. 12, December 1946

26

9

Stewart, D.R.
-Computer applications in glass processes, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Vol. 52, 1982
-Concepts of glass-ceramics, unpublished typescript
-Glass-ceramic materials:  Preparation and properties, The Institute of Optics Image, Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 1970
-Glass-ceramics, Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Vol. 11, 3rd ed., 1980
-Microstructural stides at Owens-Illinois, Inc., presented at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute “Structure of Glass Lectures,” March 29, 1972, Troy, New York
-Thermal stability of low expansion glass-ceramic materials, paper presented at the University of Illinois, October 20, 1970

26

10

Taylor, Lynn J.
-Accelerated photo-oxidation of polyethylene.  I.  Screening of degradation-sensitizing additives, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 21, 1977
-Computer simulation of DTA curves for homogeneous reactions, unpublished typescript
-Polymer degradation:  Some positive aspects, ChemTech, September 1973

26

11

Taymour, Mohamed E.
-Optimum lot sizes for a shop-warehouse system, working paper presented at Operation Research Society of American National Meeting, May 5, 1971, Dallas, Texas

26

12

Technical Center
-Digivue model 80-33
-Digivue panel
-Glass resins, research bulletin 763
-Luminescent glasses, research bulletin 764

26

13

Toulouse, Julian H.
-A primer on mold seams, Western Collector, November/December 1969
-Increasing bottle “trippage,” The Brewers Digest, September 1939
-The manufacture of beer and ale bottles, The Brewers Digest, January & February 1950

26

14

Trease, Ralph E.
-Past rheology can improve your fine line printing, unpublished typescript

26

15

Troy, H. Neal
-The development of air pollution controls and its impact on the glass container industry, Glass Technology, Vol. 16, No. 2, April 1975
-Pollution control and glass decorating, presented to the Society of Glass Decorators, October 22, 1970, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

26

16

Tucker, R.W.
-Compression layer formation during heat treatment of MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 glass ceramics, unidentified publication

26

17

Turner, W.H.
-Concentration effects in divalent manganese activated silicate glasses, presented at the spring meeting of the American Ceramic Society in New York, April 30-May 3, 1967

26

18

Venkatu, D.A.
-Analysis of sintering equations pertaining to constant rates of heating, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 54, No. 12, December 1971
-Comments on “effect of TiO2 on initial sintering of Al2O3, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 54, No. 1, January 1971

26

19

Vergano, P.J.
-Crystallisation kinetics of germanium dioxide:  The effect of stoichiometry on kinetics, Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, Vol. 11, No. 2, April 1970

26

20

Vollenkle, H.
-The crystal structure of Li4GeO4, unpublished typescript

26

21

Wallace, Robert T.
-A licensee’s approach for seeking, evaluating, and utilizing new technology, Licensing Executives Society Annual Meeting, October 22-24, 1969

26

22

Ware, Robert K.
-Characterization of ceramics, unidentified publication

26

23

Watson, Barry
-A dedicated instrument for the analysis of blood urea nitrogen using an immobilized enzyme reagent, Analytical Letters, Vol. 9, No. 8, 1976

26

24

Weaver, E.A.
-Growth of complex oxide single crystals from fluoride melts, The Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 52, No. 6, 1969
-Growth of fe-ni oxide spinel single crystals by arc image techniques, The Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 52, No. 4, 1969
-Lasing in a phase-separated glass, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 56, No. 2, February 1973
-Magnetic, electrical and physical properties of Li2O-Fe2O3-SiO2 compositions, The American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 52, No. 5, May 1973
-Studies in the Li2O-Fe2O3-SiO2 system, presented at the 17th Symposium of Sci. Glassblowers Soc., Ottawa, Canada, n.d.
-Vapor phase growth of ZnO single crystals, Crystal Growth, Vol. 1, 1967

26

25

Weinberg, Michael
-Fluctuations in a system with internal degrees of freedom, Physical Review A, Vol. 6, No. 1, July 1972
-Light scattering from a fluid with internal degrees of freedom, Physica, Vol. 61, 1972

26

26

White, J.F.
-Divitrification characteristics of alkali-lead oxide-dolomite lime-silica glasses, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1944

26

27

White, P.L.
-Elastic properties of a zero expansion glass-ceramic, unidentified publication

26

28

Wiens, B.E.
-Chemical durability evaluation of electronic glasses, Symposium on Cleaning and Materials Processing for Electronics and Space Apparatus, Special Technical Publication No. 342, American Society for Testing and Materials, 1962

26

29

Williams, E.L.
-Diffusion of oxygen in fused silica, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 48, No. 4, April 1965
-Diffusion studies in glass, The Glass Industry: The Journal of Glass Manufacturing, Vol. 43, No. 3, March 1962
-Sodium diffusion in soda-lime-aluminosilicate glasses, Physics and Chemistry of Glasses, Vol. 5, No. 6, December 1964

26

30

Williams, H.P.
-Influence of surface treatments on the strength of lightweight glass containers, Glass Technology, Vol. 16, No. 2, April 1975

26

31

Winninghoff, J.D.
-System considerations in LLLTV lenses, presented at the SPSE Meeting on Low Light Level Imaging Systems, September 17-18, 1970, Los Angeles, California

26

32

Wright, R.E.
-Acoustic emission of aluminum titanate, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 55, No. 1, 1972

26

33

Yoldas, Bulent E.
-Hydrolysis of aluminium alkoxides and bayerite conversion, Journal of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Vol. 23, 1973
-A transparent porous alumina, Ceramic Bulletin, Vol. 54, No. 3, 1975

 

 

 

 

 

Subseries B:  Mechanical drawings

Note:

Boxes 136-155 are small tubes

Boxes 158-188 are medium tubes

Boxes 189-206 are large tubes

 

 

 

136

-

52-2

136

-

65

136

-

66

136

-

68

136

-

69

136

-

70

136

-

74

136

-

77

136

-

78

136

-

79

136

-

89

136

-

129

136

-

132

136

-

133

136

-

135

136

-

136

136

-

143

136

-

144

136

-

147

136

-

157

136

-

157-1

136

-

158

136

-

160

136

-

184-1

136

-

184-2

136

-

185

136

-

186

136

-

191 (2 parts)

136

-

193

136

-

194

136

-

195

136

-

199

136

-

203

136

-

385

136

-

391

136

-

502

136

-

504

136

-

508 (2 copies)

136

-

517-1

136

-

517-2

136

-

529

136

-

558-1A

136

-

573

136

-

604

136

-

605

136

-

607

136

-

609

136

-

772

 

 

 

137

-

7J-0-55

137

-

164

137

-

168

137

-

170

137

-

268

137

-

269

137

-

272

137

-

279

137

-

280

137

-

290

137

-

293 (1 part)

137

-

299

137

-

307

137

-

309

137

-

482

137

-

491

137

-

492

137

-

537

137

-

538

137

-

593

137

-

596

137

-

598

137

-

667

137

-

702

137

-

712

137

-

779

137

-

700

137

-

696

137

-

697

137

-

692

137

-

691

137

-

677

137

-

680

137

-

432

137

-

445

137

-

238

137

-

236

137

-

235

137

-

244

137

-

243

137

-

215

137

-

214

137

-

216

137

-

207

137

-

253

137

-

345

137

-

346

137

-

347

137

-

334

 

 

 

185

-

205

185

-

201

185

-

601

185

-

516

185

-

517

185

-

512

185

-

393

185

-

383

185

-

576

185

-

568

185

-

567

185

-

49

185

-

12

185

-

34

185

-

103

185

-

103-1

185

-

102

185

-

39

185

-

41

185

-

620

185

-

615

185

-

722

185

-

718

185

-

746

185

-

745

185

-

760

185

-

753

185

-

331

185

-

310

185

-

340

185

-

349

185

-

350

185

-

447

185

-

451

185

-

674

185

-

498

185

-

580

185

-

578

185

-

665

185

-

782

185

-

781

185

-

776

185

-

649

185

-

648

185

-

647

185

-

522

185

-

561

185

-

562

185

-

565

185

-

530

185

-

531-7 New batch house office

185

-

558

185

-

558-1

185

-

528

185

-

260

185

-

261

185

-

262

185

-

263

185

-

771

185

-

503

185

-

505

185

-

256

185

-

190

 

 

 

138

-

715

138

-

714

138

-

713

138

-

721

138

-

51

138

-

182

138

-

621

138

-

630

138

-

631

138

-

642

138

-

725

138

-

730

138

-

99

138

-

97

138

-

94

138

-

92

138

-

117

138

-

116

138

-

102-2

138

-

102-1

138

-

101

138

-

90

138

-

19

138

-

18

138

-

17

138

-

16

138

-

15

138

-

14

138

-

13

138

-

758

138

-

743

138

-

761

138

-

754

138

-

756

138

-

736

138

-

747

 

 

 

158

-

A-150

158

-

A-109-5

158

-

A-109-4

158

-

A-109-3

158

-

A-109-2

158

-

A-108-10

158

-

A-108-9

158

-

A-108-8

158

-

A-108-7

158

-

A-108-6

158

-

A-108-5

158

-

A-108-4

158

-

A-108-3

158

-

A-104-25

158

-

A-104-24

158

-

A-100-6

158

-

A-100-5

158

-

A-100-4

158

-

A-100-3B

158

-

A-100-3A

158

-

A-100-3

158

-

A-100-2

158

-

A-160-1

158

-

A-164-0

158

-

A-164-1

158

-

A-160-0

158

-

A-159

158

-

A-156-1

158

-

A-156-0

158

-

A-155-19

158

-

A-155-18

158

-

A-155-16

158

-

A-155-14

158

-

A-155-10

158

-

A-155-7

158

-

A-119-6

158

-

A-119-7

158

-

A-119-8

158

-

A-119-9

158

-

A-119-10

158

-

A-119-15

158

-

A-137

158

-

A-142-0

158

-

A-142-1

158

-

A-142-2

158

-

A-148

 

 

 

159

-

A-192-3

159

-

A-192-2

159

-

A-192-1

159

-

A-190-17

159

-

A-190-1

159

-

A-184

159

-

A-183

159

-

A-180-4

159

-

A-180-3

159

-

A-180-2

159

-

A-180-1

159

-

A-100-1

159

-

A-110

159

-

A-109-9

159

-

A-109-8

159

-

A-109-7

159

-

A-109-6

159

-

A-119-4

159

-

A-119-3

159

-

A-119-2

159

-

A-118

159

-

A-111-6

159

-

A-111-5

159

-

A-111-4

159

-

A-111-3

159

-

A-111-2

159

-

A-111-1

159

-

A-111-0

159

-

A-110-3

159

-

A-110-2

159

-

A-110-1

159

-

A-119-17

159

-

A-192-6

159

-

A-192-5

159

-

A-192-4

 

 

 

160

-

A-279

160

-

A-280

160

-

A-282

160

-

A-287

160

-

A-288

160

-

A-289

160

-

A-290

160

-

A-291-1

160

-

A-292

160

-

A-294

160

-

A-300-11

160

-

A-300-12

160

-

A-300-15

160

-

A-300-16

160

-

A-303-8

160

-

A-303-9

160

-

A-305-0

160

-

A-305-1

160

-

A-305-2

160

-

A-305-2X

160

-

A-305-3

160

-

A-305-4

160

-

A-305-5

160

-

A-305-5S

160

-

A-305-6

160

-

A-305-7

160

-

A-305-8

160

-

A-305-9

160

-

A-305-10

160

-

A-305-11

160

-

A-305-12

160

-

A-305-13

160

-

A-305-14

160

-

A-305-15

160

-

A-305-16

160

-

A-200

160

-

A-201

160

-

A-204-1

160

-

A-204-2

160

-

A-204-3

160

-

A-204-4

160

-

A-205

160

-

A-206

160

-

A-206-2

160

-

A-206-3

160

-

A-208-XA

160

-

A-210

160

-

A-214

160

-

A-217-1

160

-

A-217-2

160

-

A-218

160

-

A-221

160

-

A-225

160

-

A-234-07, 2 copies

160

-

A-235-0

160

-

A-235-1

160

-

A-237-0

160

-

A-237-1

160

-

B-245

160

-

A-294

160

-

A-253

160

-

A-276-1

 

 

 

161

-

A-596-8

161

-

A-596-5

161

-

A-596-4

161

-

A-596-2C

161

-

A-596-2B

161

-

A-596-2A

161

-

A-596-2

161

-

A-593-4

161

-

A-593-3

161

-

A-593-2

161

-

A-593-1

161

-

A-592-6

161

-

A-592-5

161

-

A-592-4

161

-

A-510-17

161

-

A-510-16

161

-

A-510-15

161

-

A-596-E5

161

-

A-596-E4

161

-

A-596-E3

161

-

A-596-E2

161

-

A-596-E1

161

-

A-596-S17

161

-

A-596-S16

161

-

A-596-S15

161

-

A-596-S14

161

-

A-596-S13

161

-

592, sheet 10, Foundry building, Toledo Machine & Tool Co.

 

 

 

162

-

A-596-S12

162

-

A-596-S-11

162

-

A-596-S10

162

-

A-596-S9

162

-

A-596-S8

162

-

A-596-S7

162

-

A-596-S6

162

-

A-596-S5

162

-

A-596-S4

162

-

A-596-S3

162

-

A-596-S2

162

-

A-596-P4

162

-

A-596-P3

162

-

A-592-3

162

-

A-592-2

162

-

A-592-1

162

-

A-589-2

162

-

A-589-1

162

-

A-584-4

162

-

A-584-3

162

-

A-584-2

162

-

A-584-1

162

-

A-583-3

162

-

A-583-1

162

-

A-562-2

162

-

A-562-1

162

-

A-561-4

162

-

A-561-3

162

-

A-561-2

162

-

A-561-1

162

-

A-558-4

162

-

A-558-2

162

-

A-558-1

162

-

A-533-1

162

-

A-524-1

 

 

 

163

-

A-326

163

-

A-318-17

163

-

A-318-18

163

-

A-318-20

163

-

A-318-21

163

-

A-303-0

163

-

A-303-1

163

-

A-303-2

163

-

A-303-3

163

-

A-303-4

163

-

A-303-5

163

-

A-303-6

163

-

A-303-7

163

-

A-527-2

163

-

A-849-0

163

-

A-596-1

163

-

A-596-S1

163

-

A-1043

163

-

A-1056

163

-

A-485-4

163

-

A-485-5

163

-

A-485-6

163

-

A-390

163

-

A-420-1

163

-

A-385-0

163

-

A-385-1

163

-

A-366

163

-

A-372-1

163

-

A-333

163

-

A-339-0

163

-

A-339-2

163

-

A-339-3

163

-

A-347

163

-

A-356

163

-

A-359

 

 

 

164

-

A-194-1

164

-

A-194

164

-

A-547

164

-

A-457

164

-

A-420-2

164

-

A-338-1

164

-

A-339-1

164

-

A-348

164

-

A-319-1

164

-

A-596-7

164

-

A-596-6

164

-

A-558-3

164

-

A-510-18

164

-

592, sheet 7, Foundry building, Toledo Machine & Tool Co.

164

-

A-596-10

164

-

A-246-2

 

 

 

165

-

A-427-10

165

-

A-427-11

165

-

A-427-12

165

-

A-427-16

165

-

A-427-17

165

-

A-427-18

165

-

A-427-19

165

-

A-427-20

165

-

A-428-0

165

-

A-428-1

165

-

A-429-0

165

-

A-429-1

165

-

A-485-1

165

-

A-485-2

165

-

A-485-3

165

-

A-527-3

165

-

A-527-4

165

-

A-534-1

165

-

A-534-2

165

-

A-534-3

165

-

A-534-4

165

-

A-534-5

165

-

A-540

165

-

A-542-8

165

-

A-542-9

165

-

A-542-10

165

-

A-542-11

165

-

A-542-12

165

-

A-542-13

165

-

A-543-6

165

-

A-543-6-A

165

-

A-543-6B

165

-

A-543-7

165

-

A-543-10

165

-

A-543-11

165

-

A-543-12

165

-

A-543-13

165

-

A-549

165

-

A-547-P1

165

-

A-557-P3

165

-

A-427-7

165

-

A-427-8

 

 

 

166

-

Unidentified drawing, number and description missing

166

-

AN-0203

166

-

AN-0205

166

-

AN-0353

166

-

AN-7103½Y

166

-

AN-7370 ABC&D

166

-

AN-7371

166

-

AN-7372 & AN-7372A

166

-

AN-7373 & AN-7373A

166

-

AN-7374 & AN7374ABC

166

-

AN-7375 & AN7375A&B

166

-

AN-8000

166

-

AN-8001

166

-

AN-8004

166

-

AN-8042

166

-

AN-8300½DCBA

166

-

AN-8301½B&A

166

-

AN-8302

166

-

AN-8303 & AN-8303A

166

-

AN-8304 & AN-8304A

166

-

AN-8305DCBA

166

-

AN-8319DCBA

166

-

AN-8327

166

-

AN-8328, 2 copies

166

-

AN-8400A

 

 

 

167

-

AN-8401, AN-8401A, AN8401B

167

-

AN-8402

167

-

AN-8403A

167

-

AN-8404A

167

-

AN-8405, AN8405A

167

-

AN-8413ABC

167

-

AN-8432

167

-

AN-8500CBA

167

-

AN-8501A

167

-

AN-8502

167

-

AN-8503A

167

-

AN-8504BA

167

-

AN-8505EDCBA (2 sheets)

167

-

AN-8505½FEDCBA (2 sheets)

167

-

AN-8505½X

167

-

AN-8510¾X

167

-

AN-8510¾Y

167

-

AN-8820

167

-

AN-8820A

167

-

AN-8822

167

-

AN-8835

167

-

AN-8870

167

-

AN-8870B

167

-

AN-8870C

167

-

AN-8870D

167

-

AN-8871

167

-

AN-8871B

167

-

AN-8871C

167

-

AN-8871D

167

-

AN-056

167

-

AN-8882

167

-

AN-9313 (3 sheets)

167

-

AN-047

167

-

AN-066

167

-

AN-0127A

 

 

 

168

-

AN-0140

168

-

AN-0150 (3 sheets)

168

-

AN-0153

168

-

AN-0154

168

-

AN-0155

168

-

AN-0169

168

-

AN-170 (5 sheets)

168

-

AN-0172

168

-

AN-0173

168

-

AN-0174

168

-

AN-0176

168

-

AN-0177

168

-

AN-0178

168

-

AN-0191

168

-

AN-0192

 

 

 

189

-

AN 012

189

-

AN 063

189

-

AN 0141

189

-

AN 0175

189

-

AN 0189

189

-

AN 0237

189

-

AN 3000

189

-

AN 4700

189

-

AN 4700A

189

-

AN 6900E

189

-

AN 6900G

189

-

AV 825

189

-

AVS 14

 

 

 

169

-

AN 1271B

169

-

AN 1920B

169

-

AN 1920C

169

-

AN 1921B

169

-

AN 1921C

169

-

AN 2085

169

-

AN 2103

169

-

AN 2150B

169

-

AN 2150A

169

-

AN 2193

169

-

AN 2194

169

-

AN 2195

169

-

AN 2196

169

-

AN 3001

169

-

AN 3004

169

-

AN 3005

169

-

AN 3014

169

-

AN 3020

169

-

AN 3050B

169

-

AN 3080, 3081, 3082, 3083

169

-

AN 3090

169

-

AN 96-A

169

-

AN 260-A

169

-

AN 275

169

-

AN 313-A

169

-

AN 601

169

-

AN 750-J2

169

-

AN 750-P-A

169

-

AN 751-E-1

169

-

AN 751 ½

169

-

AN 762

169

-

AN 785

169

-

AN 798

169

-

AN 805

169

-

AN 823

169

-

AN 826

169

-

AN 844

169

-

AN 250

 

 

 

170

-

AN 7103 ½

170

-

AN 3105

170

-

AN 3106

170

-

AN 3111

170

-

AN 3135

170

-

AN 3161B 

170

-

AN 3161F

170

-

AN 3166

170

-

AN 3303

170

-

AN 3304

170

-

AN 3304C

170

-

AN 3305

170

-

AN 3305D

170

-

AN 3351

170

-

AN 3398

170

-

AN 3399

170

-

AN 3456B

170

-

AN 3457

170

-

AN 3606

170

-

AN 3624

170

-

AN 3630

170

-

AN 3630D

170

-

AN 3640 & AN 3640A

170

-

AN 3644

170

-

AN 3660

170

-

AN 3661

170

-

AN 3662

170

-

AN 5322 (3 sheets)

170

-

AN 5668

170

-

AN 6900F

170

-

AN 7050

 

 

 

139

-

AN 0181

139

-

AN 00359

139

-

AN 280

139

-

AN 2094X

139

-

AN 2172A

139

-

AN 2172B

139

-

AN 7204 ½  and AN7205 ½

139

-

AN 7315 ¾, -A-B and 7316 ¾, -A-B

139

-

AN 7433A

139

-

AN 8327A

139

-

AN 8327C

139

-

AN 8432 (sheet 1)

139

-

AN 8432A (sheet 1)

139

-

AN 8510 ¾ -X-4

139

-

AN 8510 ¾ -Y-4

139

-

AN 8870X

139

-

AN 0342

 

 

 

190

-

ANM 001

190

-

ANM 002

190

-

ANM 003

190

-

ANM 004

190

-

ANM 005

190

-

ANM 01-B

190

-

ANM 01-C

190

-

ANM 01-D

190

-

ANM 09

190

-

ANM 010

190

-

ANM 011

190

-

ANM 011-C

190

-

ANM 012

190

-

ANM 012-A

190

-

ANM 012-B

190

-

ANM 013

190

-

ANM 013-B

190

-

ANM 014

190

-

ANM 015

190

-

ANM 015-A

190

-

ANM 016

190

-

ANM 016-A

190

-

ANM 016-B

190

-

ANM 016-C

190

-

ANM 016-D

190

-

ANM 016-DX

190

-

ANM 017

190

-

ANM 017-A

190

-

ANM 018

190

-

ANM 018A

190

-

ANM 018-B

190

-

ANM 019

190

-

ANM 019A

190

-

ANM 019B

190

-

ANM 019-C

190

-

ANM 020

190

-

ANM 021

190

-

ANM 022

190

-

ANM 023

190

-

ANM 024

190

-

ANM 025

190