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Collection TitleCL 32 Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. CollectionCreatorBooth Library
Processed ByRachel Dworkin
Provenance:The items in this collection were donated to the Booth Library by John L. Korydyll in 1987. 
Historical:The Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company (1905-1985) manufactured milk bottles and other food containers. It had plants located in Kane, Pennsylvania; Streator, Illinois; Elmira, New York; Wharton, New Jersey; Tampa, Florida; Lawrenceburg, Indiana; Toledo, Ohio; and Saugus, California. In 1966, it became a division of Rexall Drug and Chemical Company, later called Dart Industries, Inc. In 1985, Thatcher was sold to Diamond-Bathurst. The company went bankrupt in 1987.
Scope:

The Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company Collection contains bottle design material, 1940s-1960s; advertising and promotional materials, 1930s-70s; newsletters, 1920s & 1940s; minutes of the Board of Directors, 1900s-1920s; financial reports, 1970s; annual reports, 1940s-60s; administrative records, 1970s; material related to anti-recycling lobbying, 1970s; James Arrandale papers regarding company history, 1970s; and company histories.

Extent5 linear feet
Date Span1905-1979
Abstract

This collection contains papers from the Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Company including bottle designs, administrative records, newsletters, promotional materials, and company histories.  



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TitleDocumentBox NumberFolder NumberLocation
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. quality control memo regarding the color rating for American Distillery glass, June 5, 1959. MemorandumA0101
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. Specification #168-B for returnable and non-returnable beer bottles of Anheuser-Busch Inc., May 13, 1959. DocumentA0102
Letter from W.S. Bazzett of Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. to Clay Granoff of Anheuser-Busch Inc. regarding bottle specifications, January 3, 1956. LetterA0103
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. document: specifications for Anheuser-Busch bottles, January 22, 1951. DocumentA0104
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum on Anheuser-Busche specification #177 with bottle design drawings attached, November 22, 1954. MemorandumA0105
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. Tentative Specification #177 for Anheuser-Busch Inc. beer bottle, November 10, 1954. DocumentA0106
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. Specification #165-A for Anheuser-Busch, Inc. beer bottle, December 7, 1954. DocumentA0107
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding Anheuser-Busch bottle specifications, December 15, 1954. MemorandumA0108
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding Anheuser-Busch bottle specifications, December 22, 1954. MemorandumA0109
Technical drawing of Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co drawing no. GCD-7550, M-599 1/2 Pint Sour Cream, November 2, 1954.DrawingA0110
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding the modifications to Anheuser-Busch Specification 165-A with attached drawings, December 27, 1954. MemorandumA0110
General instruction for the packaging and shipping of Anheuser-Busch bottles, June 6, 1955. DocumentA0111
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding I dimensions for Schlitz and Anheuser-Busch bottles, June 11, 1951. MemorandumA0112
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. "Monthly Evaluation Program for Reternable and One-Way Bottles" for P. Ballantine & Sons, June 9, 1955. DocumentA0113
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding P. Ballantine & Sons, Inc. quality control, August 24, 1955. MemorandumA0114
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. document "P. Ballantine & Sons Material Control Division-Bottling Department: Purchase Specifications for Beer and Ale Bottles," February 26, 1958. (7 copies)DocumentA0115
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding color specifications for James B. Beam Distilling Co., March 10, 1959. MemorandumA0116
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. standards drawing for #72 Canada Dry pyoglaze registration lug, July 2, 1955. DocumentA0117
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding quality control for Duffy-Mott bottles, June 9, 1954.MemorandumA0118
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding quality control problems for Duffy-Mott bottles, September 17, 1954. MemorandumA0119
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding results of an inspection of Duffy-Mott bottles, September 28, 1954.MemorandumA0120
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding the results of an inspection of Duffy-Mott bottles, October 13, 1954. MemorandumA0121
Defect summary for Duffy-Mott bottles manufactured by Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co., September 12, 1955. DocumentA0122
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding Duffy-Mott glass specifications, April 2, 1958. MemorandumA0123
Thatcher Glass Manufacturing Co. memorandum regarding Duffy-Mott specifications, March 31, 1958. MemorandumA0124
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