The Richmond plant burned in and was not rebuilt. But indeed she, like other women, just wanted to spend the night at her own home with her husband and her children, in spite of the night and the long way to home.
Please see this page where this mark is discussed in more detail. Ellen and her daughter would return home the way they had come, by following the railroad track. Thanks to David Bethman for emailing me with info on the source of this mysterious acorn mark! It's closer and I'm scared. First only a distributor preAtlantic was later an actual manufacturer of bottles.
Ellen and her daughter would return home the way they had come, by following the railroad track. A brief discussion of Avon bottles including the glass figural bottles such as the cars, etc is presented there. Also see Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corporation.
Ellen secured her own shawl about her shoulders and tossing one side around and over again, picked up the lantern, which had already been lit.
Shadows rose ominously from the dense woods on both sides of the track. Finally, night enveloped the landscape, and all that could be seen was the warm glow of the lantern and the shadow of the figures behind it.
More information on the Chas. See my webpage here with more info on numbers seen on bottles. These jars evidently date from the s or s. The little girl loved hearing her mother's stories of all the big cities far away. Obscure manufacturer that specialized in blackglass bottles.
However, the great bulk of their glass production seems to have been pressed pattern glass and high-quality tableware and novelties, especially throughout the later years of their operation.
If it is an abbreviation for a glass factory, it could stand for one of several companies. AB letters connected Co……………. The distant ringing of heavy boots echoed in the dark. The Belleville factory became part of American Bottle Company c.
It has been increasingly more difficult to keep up with answering emails and posts concerning glass bottle markings and related information. Crystal Arbogast Hobnail Fannie Poteet sat cross-legged on her Uncle John's front porch; her favorite rag doll clutched under one arm.
This trademark was used from c. This was one of the most prolific glass companies in Pittsburgh during the mid-to-late s. I apologize if you write to me via email, or post on one of these pages and do not get a personalized reply! However, the great bulk of their glass production seems to have been pressed pattern glass and high-quality tableware and novelties, especially throughout the later years of their operation.
The track was about one half mile above the road.
The pictorial representation of an anchor appears on many liquor flasks spanning approximately the period, and many of these seem to be found in the general Baltimore, Maryland area. See Anchor Hocking Corporation page.
Company, plants at Belleville, Illinois c. They primarily date from the to period. For the most part, I have not attempted to list fine distinctions for marks that are found both with and without periods.
Thanks Maurice for this information! This time the steps were more distinct, and definitely closer. Anchor Glass Container Corporation Anchor logo pictured: And the strange sound came closer and closer. Besides, he'll want to hear if Sam Bosworth's wife managed to drag him into church. Huge quantities of bottles, flasks, and fruit jars were made, as well as window glass.
Ellen began to tell Fannie about the trains and all of the distant places they went to. See Anchor Hocking Corporation page. The last mention of this company was in the Binghamton city directory.Analysis “Hobnail” by Crystal Arbogast The author of the story is Crystal Arbogast.
She is an American famous writer. She was born in Wise County, Virginia. And the events of the story take place also there. She did not start writing stories until she was 40 years old. Crystal Arbogast is well-known for her short stories. Hobnail has 19 ratings and 3 reviews. Scary bedtime story about a mother and daughter's night-time journey home/5.
'Hobnail' was a good short fireside story.
A mother and child walk home at night. The child hears noises and becomes fearful. The mother hides her own fear until they get home and she confides in /5. Online library of short stories by Crystal Arbogast. Includes summaries, biography, links and analysis.
User-friendly layout, fully searchable. Based on a true story, 'The Cellmate' by Crystal Arbogast introduces us to an illegal moonshine maker and a manipulated murderer. In this lesson, we'll summarize and analyze the story.
Analysis “Hobnail” by Crystal Arbogast The author of the story is Crystal Arbogast. She is an American famous writer.
She was born in Wise County, Virginia. And the events of the story take place also there. She did not start writing stories until she was 40 years old.Download