David Moyer, RPA
Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist
700 Clinton Street Building
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52240
Phone: (319) 335-5702
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Ashurst, Denis (1971)
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(1987) Excavations at the 17th-18th Century Glasshouse at Bolsterstone and the 18th century Bolsterstone pot house, Stocksbridge, Yorkshire' Post-Medieval Archaeology 21:147-226.
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Cinder Heads in the Hills: the Belgian Window Glass Workers of West Virginia. Humanities Foundation of West Virginia, Charleston.
Bastin, Jules Edward (1921)
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Bastow, Harry (1920)
American Glass Practice. The Glassworker, Pittsburgh.
Baxter, M.J. and H.E.M. Cool (1991)
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Bayley, Justine and Catherine Mortimer (1991)
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Roman Window Glass from Wales. Journal of Glass Studies 8:41-45.
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Crown and Sheet Glass. In The Principles of Glassmaking, edited by Harry J. Powell, pp. 101-139. George Bell and Sons, London.
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Roman Window Glass from Chichester, Sussex. Journal of Glass Studies 19:182.
Cohen, Allison E. (1992)
Using Window Glass to Interpret Archaeological Context. Unpublished senior honors thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.
Cole, William (1987)
The Netherlandish Window Glass in the Church of St John the Evangelist, Rownhams, Hampshire. Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society 43:175-84.
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Some References to Ceramics and Glass in the Wynn of Gwydir Papers. Medieval and Later Pottery in Wales 10:65-9. (Contains some rather cryptic references to window glass of Normandy and Burgundy type are given in letters dated early 17th century).
Cox, G.A. and A.M. Pollard (1981)
The Multivariate Analysis of Data Relating to the Durability of Medieval Window Glass. Review of Arch'ometry 5:119-128.
Cramp, Rosemary (1976)
Window Glass from the Monastic Site of Jarrow. Journal of Glass Studies 17:88-96.
Crossley, D.W. (1967)
Glassmaking in Bagot's Park, Staffordshire, in the 16th Century. Post-Medieval Archaeology 1:44-83. (Manufacture of crown and possibly cylinder glass).
David, Anthony (1987)
A Survey of the Technology and Conservation of Plain Window Glass. Conservation News 34 (London) 34:16-19.
Davies, Isabel (1973)
Window Glass in Eighteenth Century Williamsburg. In Five Artifact Studies, pp. 78-79. Colonial Williamsburg Occasional Papers in Archaeology No. 1, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Davis, Pearce (1949)
The Development of the American Glass Industry. Harvard University Press, Cambridge.
Dell'Acqua, Francesca (1997)
Ninth-Century Window Glass from the Monastery of San Vincenzo al Volturno (Molise, Italy). Journal of Glass Studies 39: 33-41.
Dodd, George (1853)
The Curiosities of Industry: Glass and its Manufacture. George Routledge and Company, London.
Douglas, R.W. and Susan Frank (1972)
A History of Glassmaking. G.T. Foulis and Company, Ltd., Henley on Thames, UK.
Egan, Geoff, Susan D. Hanna, and Barry Knight. (1986)
Marks on Milled Window Leads. Post-Medieval Archaeology 20: 303-309.
Fowle, Arthur E. (1924)
Flat Glass. The Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company. Toledo.
Gamlen, John (1973)
Medieval Window Glass from the Priory, Kings Langley. Hertfordshire Archaeology 3:73-77.
Gessner, Frank M., ed. (1891)
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Gillies, Katherine and Alwyn Cox (1983)
Medieval Window Glass: Its Composition and Decay. In 'The Proceedings of the 22nd Symposium on Archaeometry held at the University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, 30th March - 3rd April 1982, A. Aspinall and S.E. Warren, eds., pp. 181-183, University of Bradford Schools of Physics & Archaeological Sciences, Bradford, UK.
(1988) Decay of Medieval Stained Glass at York, Canterbury and Carlisle. Part 1: Composition of the Glass and its Weathering Products; Part 2: Relationship Between the Composition of the Glass, its Durability, and the Weathering Products. Glastechnische Berichte 61:75-84 and 101-107. (Examines decomposition by means of XRF spectrometry).
Gillot, E.H. (1979)
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Glass House Clerk (1974)
The Plate Glass Book. 4th Edition. Glass House Clerk, London.
Grange, Roger T. Jr. (1975)
An Extension of the Formula Dating Method in Clay Pipes, Wine Bottles, and Window Glass. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology Papers 10. University of South Carolina, Columbia.
Harden, D.B. (1961)
Domestic Window Glass: Roman, Saxon and Medieval. In Studies in Building History, edited by E.M. Jope, pp. 39-63. Odhams Press, London.
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Plate Glass. In The Principles of Glassmaking. edited by Harry J. Powell, pp. 140-72. George Bell and Sons, London, England.
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Holmes, Sean P. (1987)
Conflict and Cooperation: Labour-Management Relations in the Toledo Flat Glass Industry, 1941-48. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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Hutton, Kenneth. (1987)
Windows Inscribed Dairy. Vernacular Architecture 18: 52-53.
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Window Glass in Kentucky, 1790 to 1940: Potential Characteristics and Variation of the Archaeological Assemblage as Produced by the Processes of Manufacture, Distribution, Use, and Deposition. Unpublished M.A. thesis, department of Anthropology, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
Jarves, Deming (1865)
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Early Window Glass. Antiques 32(2):69.
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Klosterman, John Philip (1964)
Evaluation of Fragments of Window Glass as Evidence in Criminal Cases. Unpublished M.S. thesis, Michigan State University. School of Police Administration and Public Safety, East Lansing, Michigan.
Knittle, Rhea Mansfield (1927)
Early American Glass. The Century Company, New York.
Kohlmaier, Georg (1986)
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Kowal, Leo B. (1960)
Flat-Drawn Glass. In Manufacturing Processes in Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.
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Rebels and Governors: Reflections on a Stained-glass Window. Virginia Cavalcade 27(3):124-127.
Lardner, Dionysius, ed. (1972)
The Manufacture of Porcelain and Glass. History of Technology Series No. 4, Noyes Press, Park Ridge, New Jersey. (Unabridged reproduction of first edition published in London in 1832).
Louw, H. J. (1983)
The Origin of the Sash Window. Architectural History 26:49-72.
(1993) `The advantage of a clearer light': The Sash-Window as a Harbinger of an Age of Progress and Enlightenment. In Companion to Contemporary Architectural Thought. Ben Farmer and Hentie Louw, eds., pp. 300-308. Routledge, New York.
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Marks, Richard (1991)
Window Glass. In English Medieval Industries: Craftsmen, Techniques, Products, John Blair and Nigel Ramsey, eds., pp. 265-294, Hambledon Press, London.
McGraith, Raymond and A.C. Frost (1937)
Glass in Architecture. Architectural Press, London.
McKearin, George and Helen McKearin (1941)
American Glass. Crown Publishers, New York.
Moir, Randall W. (1982)
Windows on the Past: A Chronological Scheme for the Thickness of Pane Fragments from 1635-1982. Report on file. National Park Service, Midwest Archaeological Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.
(1987) Socioeconomic and Chronometric Patterning of Window Glass. In Historic Buildings, Material Culture, and People of the Prairie Margin: Architecture, Artifacts, and Synthesis of Historic Arch'ology. 5, edited by David H. Jurney and Randall W. Moir, pp. 73-81. Richland Creek Technical Series. Archaeology Research Program, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX.
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Myers, John H. (1981)
The Repair of Historic Wooden Windows. United States Department of the Interior, Technical Preservation Services Division, Preservation Assistance Division, Washington, D.C.
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The Weathering of Medieval Window Glass. Journal of Glass Studies 17:161-168.
New York Museum of Science and Industry (1934)
Window Glass from Early Times to the Present. Department of Education, New York Museum of Science and Industry, New York.
Noel Hume, Ivor (1997)
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Cinderheads and Iron Lungs: Window Glass Craftsmen and the Transformation of Workers' Control, 1880-1905. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
(1997) Perfecting the 'Iron Lung': Making the New Window Glass Technology Work. IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology 23(1): 6-24.
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Windows and Parts. Old House Journal 2(6):7-9.
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Overstreet, M. Alan (1982)
An Archaeological Study of Nineteenth Century U.S. and Historic "Old Goshen" Window Glass. Unpublished manuscript on file, Department of Anthropology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
(1985) Studies of Fingerprinting Historic Nineteenth Century Window Glass. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
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Window Glass Quantification and its Implications for Traditional Dating Techniques. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Symposium on Ohio Valley Urban and Historic Archaeology, Greenville, Ohio.
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Re: Window Glass. Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 3(4):11.
(1981) A History of Window Glass Manufacture in Canada. Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin 13(3):33-47.
(1982) Talk to Me of Windows: A Glossary. Old House Journal 10(4):73-76.
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Pilkington ACI, Ltd. (1988)
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(1981) Flat Glass. In Bay Springs Mill: Historical Archaeology of a Rural Mississippi Cotton Milling Community, edited by William H. Adams, pp. 491-495. National Technical Information Service, Washington, D.C.
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A Window on Santa Fe's History. El Palacio 88(3): 29-39.
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(1990) Window Glass on the Plains: An Analysis of Flat Glass Samples from Ten Nineteenth Century Plains Historic Sites. Central Plains Archaeology 2(1):57-90.
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United States Tariff Commission (1929)
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Excavations of the Arkansas Post Branch of the Bank of the State of Arkansas, Arkansas Post National Monument, Arkansas. Southeast Archaeology Center, National Park Service, Washington, D.C.
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(1980) Eighteenth-Century Black Window Glazing in Philadelphia. Association for the Preservation of Technology Bulletin 12(2):122-123.
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Flat Glass Analysis of Goodland Cypress Sawmill, Chacahoula, Louisiana. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Pensacola, Florida.
(1985) Some Comments on the Methodological Assumptions of the Flat Glass Dating Technique. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Boston, Massachusetts.
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A Window to the Past: Analysis of Flat Glass Recovered from West Point, Nevada. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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David Moyer, RPA
Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist
700 Clinton Street Building
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52240
Phone: (319) 335-5702