The Winterthur Library

 The Joseph Downs Collection of Manuscripts and Printed Ephemera

Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

5105 Kennett Pike, Winterthur, Delaware  19735

Telephone: 302-888-4600 or 800-448-3883

 

 

OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION

 

Creator:         Reed & Barton           

Title:               Design drawings and other records

Dates:             1831-circa 1947, bulk 1919-1942

Call No.:         Col. 996

Acc. No.:        2018x72; 2019x64

Quantity:        47 boxes, 5 volumes (about 9000 items)

Location:        26 E 3-8, F 2-8, G, 1-8; and 44 C 4

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL STATEMENT

 

In 1840 Henry Reed and Charles Barton formed the silversmithing company Reed & Barton in Taunton, Massachusetts, although the company has roots dating back to 1824.  Charles Barton died on September 13, 1867.  Henry Reed then formed a new partnership with Henry Fish and George Babrook in 1868. The company was incorporated in 1888.  The company was taken over by Lenox Corporation in 2015, but Lenox maintains the Reed & Barton name for silverware.

 

Reed & Barton’s roots can be traced from the partnership Babbitt & Crossman, which was formed in 1824 to manufacture Britannia wares.  From 1830-1837, the firm was known as Taunton Britannia Manufacturing Co., and then became Leonard, Reed & Barton from 1837-1840.  Eventually, Reed & Barton also made silverplated wares, sterling silver, and bronze tablets, while also continuing the production of white metal (Britannia) wares.  In 1928, Reed & Barton took over the company of Dominick and Haff, a firm long noted for its sterling silver.  After this acquisition, Reed & Barton began to focus more on sterling silver and less on white metal.  During World War II, the company was honored for its production of surgical instruments, mess kits, and other metal items for the military.  Silver production resumed after the war. 

 

For many years, Reed & Barton made silver for jewelry stores, such as Shreve Crump & Low and J.E. Caldwell & Co.   These wares were stamped with the store’s name, not with Reed & Barton’s name.

 

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

 

A collection of design drawings, and a few advertisements, orders, photographs, and other items from the Reed & Barton Company of Taunton, Massachusetts.  The bulk of the collection is the close to 9000 design drawings for products of the company, chiefly flatware and hollowware in sterling silver, silver plate, or hotel silver, but also trophies and bronze tablets or plaques.  While some drawings are finished presentation drawings, many of the drawings show the design process in progress, with alternate design schemes, notes on the use of chucks and dies, notes about how long it took to produce a piece, sometimes a price, and occasionally a letter about an order.  Although almost all the drawings are loose, about 300 drawings are mounted in two large volumes.  The collection also includes blueprints; an interesting collection of these depicts silver pieces designed for the United States Navy in the 1930s.  However, the silver designed for the U.S.S. New Mexico was apparently not made.  (Reference was found to a set for that ship made by Tiffany & Co.)  Some drawings are stamped or otherwise marked with the name of the designer, including Turner, Cayer, and Lafferty.  Other drawings have the name of a customer; Reed & Barton did work for other jewelry and silver companies, such as Gebelein, Black Starr & Frost, Bailey Banks & Biddle, Linz Bros., and Joseph E. Caldwell; but the customer may also have been an individual, a municipality or state (one set was for the state of North Carolina), or a department store, such as Marshall Field & Co.   A few designs were for railroads, steamship companies, and airlines.  Some designs have the pattern name; Francis I is perhaps Reed & Barton’s best known pattern, but other patterns were Burgundy, Pointed Antique, Dorothy Quincy, and Hawthorne. 

 

Reed & Barton’s bronze department produced commemorative plaques, or tablets as they were called in the company’s trade catalog.  A large number of those produced in 1919-1921 were in honor of those who served in the Great War; one of these was a tribute to the dogs, horses, and other animals which lost their lives in service.  One tablet was in memory of a man who died on the Titanic.  Others commemorated gifts to hospitals, churches, schools, and colleges.  The company also made many trophies.  Some of these were silver, but others were of white metal (Britannia ware).  These trophies commemorated aviation and sailing feats, expert marksmanship, and championships in tennis, golf, baseball, and curling.

 

The oldest item in the collection is a 19th century volume which was first used as a letter book by the Taunton Britannia Manufacturing Co. (1831-1833), and then used by Reed & Barton to record the names of workers and what they produced (1854-1857).    Some of the workers were women.  The earliest design in the collection is of a spoon or fork handle, a design for which Henry G. Reed was issued a patent in 1868; the patent with its drawing of the design is found in the collection.  During World War II, Reed & Barton ceased production of silverwares, and instead produced surgical instruments, mess kits, and radar corner reflectors for life rafts.  In 1943, the company and its employees were honored for their war work, and a large scrapbook was produced to document this.  Letters, a program from the ceremony, newspaper clippings, and photographs are mounted in this volume.

 

A few early photographs, mostly not identified or dated, are included.  A group of men wearing aprons and caps is presumably of a group of workers; the photo of a flood presumably shows the factory; the photo of the Reed & Barton baseball team is not dated.  Some other photos, and copies of advertisements are included in the collection. 

 

           

ORGANIZATION

 

The collection was received in partial order.  Specifically, there were dated folders; there were folders labeled as coming from the W.M. (white metal) department; a few other labeled folders; and folders labeled as coming from drawers 22 and 23.  However, many of the drawings were not in folders, or were in unlabeled folders.  Some of these drawings had numbers, which might be product numbers, and these drawings have been arranged in numerical order.  Drawings without numbers have been divided by form (such as trophies, candelabras, sandwich plates, etc.).  Some of these do have numbers, but those numbers are believed to be numbers of dies or chucks used to create the pieces, not product numbers.  Further division of the drawings was by size.

 

Many of the drawings are brittle and need to be handled with care.

 

A brief synopsis of the content of the boxes is as follows:

            1-2: miscellaneous items, such as photographs, advertisements, etc.;

            3-6: drawings from drawers 22-23;

            7: ecclesiastical goods [see also box 22];

            8-10: by form; also a engraving in box 10;

            11: by form, and pewter drawings;

            12: by form; blueprints for a door; and drawings marked “items to match”;

            13: by form;

            14: by form; table layouts; Hotel Statler, Burgundy pattern; X and Y numbers;

            15-16: Hotel Statler;

            17-18: by number (no letter prefix); and by pattern name (in box 18);

            19: by number, prefixes A-WS, except for WE;

            20: by number, prefix WE;

            21: blueprints of silver for U.S. Navy;

            22: ecclesiastic goods [see also box 7]; and W.M. Dept. [White Metal Department]:  OVERSIZED BOX;

            23: W.M. Dept. [White Metal Department];

            24-47: by date, 1902-1945;

 

 

LANGUAGE OF MATERIALS

 

The materials chiefly visual, but writing is in English.

 

 

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

 

Collection is open to the public.  Copyright restrictions may apply.

           

 

PROVENANCE

 

Gift of Freeman’s Auction, Philadelphia.   Freeman’s had acquired this collection, along with samples of the company’s products, from the Reed & Barton company.  The materials in this collection were not included in the auction of the other Reed & Barton items held by Freeman’s in November 2015.

 

For ease of filing, items from accession 2019x64 were given the accession numbers 2018x72.42b, 2018x72.140L, and 2018x72.165ee.

 

 

RELATED MATERIALS

 

Financial and business records of Reed & Barton, covering 1828-1931, are held by the Baker Library, Harvard University.

 

Trade catalogs for the company which are held by the Winterthur Library may be found by searching WinterCat.

           

 

ACCESS POINTS

 

People:

            Saarinen, Eliel, 1873-1950.

 

Topics:

            Dominick & Haff.

            Taunton Britannia Manufacturing Company.

Titanic (Steamship) – Biography.

 

            Advertisements – Silver.

            Aeronautics – Awards.

            Airlines – Equipment and supplies.

            Awards.

            Baseball – Tournaments – Awards.

            Baseball teams – Massachusetts – Taunton – Photographs.

            Britannia metal – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            Copperplates.

            Curling – Awards.

            Floods – Photographs.

            Golf – Tournaments – Awards.

            Hotels – Furniture, equipment, etc.

            Memorials – Designs and plans.

            Metal-workers – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            Parades – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            Patents – United States – 19th century.

            Railroads – Dining-car service – Equipment and supplies.

            Sailing – Awards.

            Sepulchral monuments – Designs and plans.

            Shooting contests – Awards.

            Shop signs.

Silver flatware.

            Silver industry – Massachusetts – Taunton.

Silver-plated ware.

            Silverware.

            Silverwork – Designs and plans.

            Steamboat lines – Equipment and supplies.

            Tennis – Tournaments – Awards.

            War memorials – Designs and plans.

            Women employees – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            Women metal-workers – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            World War, 1914-1918 – Military personnel – United States.

            World War, 1939-1945 – United States – Equipment and supplies.

            World War, 1939-1945 – War work – Massachusetts – Taunton.

            Taunton (Mass.) – Industries.

 

            Design drawings.

            Designs and plans.

            Presentation drawings.

            Trophies (objects)

           

 

 

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION

 

Location: 26 E-G, and 44 C 4

 

 

Box 1:

 

Folder 1: letter book and workers’ records, 19th century (acc. 2018x72.1)

 

            This volume opens as a letter book for the T.B. Manufg. Co. [Taunton Britannia Manufacturing Co.], covering April 8, 1831-April 8, 1833.  The letters concern supplies of tin, orders for company products, accounts current, etc.  Although the letters include the name of the person or company being addressed, their addresses are not included.

 

            The letter book takes up only a small portion of the volume.  The rest of the volume includes records dated 1854-1857.  The records list workers and what they produced.  Some of the workers were women.

 

Folder 2: photographs and print (acc. 2018x72.2-.12, .16)

 

            .2         group of men in front of a building, some sitting on porch roof; the bottom part of the photo is broken off; it is not clear what is happening but the men may be taking part in a skit

 

            .3         group of workers, wearing white caps and long aprons and holding items, presumably things they used in their work; taken outside

 

            .4         Reed & Barton baseball team, with bat boy, no date

 

            .5         flood scene

 

            .6         dirt road along a river, farm house in background

 

            .7         court house in Taunton, Mass.

 

            .8         caption on back: view south on Bay St. near Green: shows a road cleared of snow, large houses on either side of road, possibly a scene in Taunton

 

            .9         Morton Hospital, Taunton, Mass., in a neoclassical mansion

 

            .10       State Guard at Framingham camp, 1918: uniformed men in line holding their mess kits

 

            .11       parade float on back of truck, with sign “Returning the Flag”: one man may be Civil War veteran, but the others are from World War I, with women on float holding flags; someone dated this 1918?, but more likely to be 1919 as the trees are in full leaf

 

            .12       print of Martin van Buren, with facsimile signature

 

            .16       two mounted color photos; one side: man making a mold; other side: man chasing a tray

 

Folder 3: set of photographs (acc. 2018x72.13)

 

            .13       “Reed & Barton Presents the Sterling Tradition”: a set of black and white photos clearly meant to accompany a text (which is not present) about the history of sterling silver; the photos are numbered 1-100, but these are missing: 24, 37, 42, 47, 48, 55b, 55c, 62, 69, 73, and 82; some have captions on the back

 

Folder 4: Reed & Barton Silver Polish ephemera (acc. 2018x72.14-.15)

 

            .14       label for 8 ounce container of Reed & Barton Silver Polish

 

            .15a-e  ads for Reed & Barton Silver Polish

 

 

Folder 5:  advertisements and other ephemera (acc. 2018x72.16-.19)

 

            .16       photograph of printed information about Radar Corner Reflector, made by R&B during World War II; this may have been an advertisement about R&B’s war work

 

            .17       mounted photographs of the same ad from World War II, headed “Excuse Me, Madam, I’m Busy on War Work,” highlighting R&B’s wartime production of surgical instruments and mess kits

 

            .18       card printed with name and address of company; someone stepped on this, and the number 129 is written on reverse.

 

            .19       printed information about a Roman medallion youth set manufactured in 1838

 

Folder 6: correspondence about orders (acc. 2018x72.20-.22)

            [note: additional correspondence is filed with the designs to which they were attached]

 

            .20a-b  two notes which were detached from unknown drawings

 

            .20c     note from J.H. Martin to Mr. Turner, June 10, 1933, requesting a sketch of a bon bon dish to make almond dish DE-1C

 

            .20d     letter (3 pages) from Hotel St. Regis, New York, July 11, 1935, to Fred Kerry, with detailed instructions about silverware wanted for the hotel (casseroles, tureens, parfait stands, etc.); and a note from Kerry to Mr. Turner about designing a wine cooler for the St. Regis

 

            .20e     letter from H.H. Galbraith, National Hotels Management Company, [no place, but other correspondence places Galbraith in New York City], to Fred Kerry, Taunton, Mass., March 31, 1936; ordering silver for the Adolphus Hotel

 

            .21       one side: sketch for coffee pot, SE 1100; other side: notes about the coffee pot, the set for which it was intended, and the fact that it was rejected, 1938-1940

 

            .22a-k  “list of dies which give what each die is used to get the different pieces of flatware,” attached to drawings of the various pieces, such as tablespoon, gravy ladle, salad fork, etc.

 

 

Folder 7: catalog pages and photos (acc. 2018x72.23-.27)

 

            [note: oversize Dominick & Haff catalog pages and oversize photos are in oversize box]

 

            .23       photo: 2 sterling service plates, with prices, numbers 1025 and 1025C

 

            .24       photo: no. 326 candlestick, sterling

 

            .25       cyanotype: no. 297 candlestick

 

            .26       cyanotype: group of wares, including punchbowl and tray, gravy and sauce boats and trays, electric candlestick, etc., with note: crest applied and stamped Hotel Deshler, Columbus, Ohio; and with numbers 4408-S, 4430-S [search Deshler for other items]

 

            .27       catalog page: from E.G. Webster & Son, Meriden, Conn.: entrée dish; with a penciled note about making the design in an oval shape

 

Folder 8: scraps (not individually accessioned)

           

            These are bits and pieces which fell off drawings

 

Folder 9: Sterling Seasons: The Reed & Barton Story, by Renee Garrelick (1998) (acc. 2018x72.564)

                        Also some notes about company and designers.

 

 

Box 2:

 

Folder 1:          pages from catalogs, all seem to be from Dominick & Haff (acc. 2018x72.28-.31)

                                    Gadroon (Number 86) Service (including tea and coffee sets and trays, bowls, candlesticks, etc.); Sterling Silver Child’s Goods (bowl, plates, porringer, cup); Jacobean (No. 1243/102) Sterling Silver Tea Service; La Salle (number 1363/112) Sterling Silver Tea Service

 

Folder 2:          Photographs of silver (acc. 2018x72.32-.38)

                                    Tray; set including coffee pots and teapots, creamers, sugar bowls, covered dishes; coffee pot B; coffee or hot water urn (cyanotype); trophy for International Long Range Championship of the World with the Army Rifle (cyanotype); centerpiece with mesh (cyanotype, in poor condition); tray with initials S.J.G.S. in center

 

Folder 3:          mounted display about Francis First silverware (acc. 2018x72.39)

                                    Color display about the fifteen different Frances First patterns, with the different fruits and flowers highlighted in color

 

Folder 4:          Patent issued to Henry G. Reed, Dec. 29, 1868 (acc. 2018x72.40)

                                    patent for design for a spoon or fork handle; includes a drawing of the design, which depicts a classical warrior in a helmet

 

Folder 5:          Engraving plate (acc. 2018x72.41)

                                    Copper engraving plate depicting Reed & Barton’s exhibit at the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876

(acc. 2018x72.42 is a strike made from this plate; it is found in box 10)

 

Folder 6:          covers only for Reed & Barton, Artistic Workers in Gold and Silver Electro Plate, Illustrated Catalogue, no date; (acc. 2018x72.48)          

all contents have been removed, but the covers are decorated

 

 

Volumes on shelves:

 

acc. 2018x72.46-.47    The Art Journal, vol. 3-4, 1877-1878

                        Both stamped on spine with name Reed & Barton; presumably these were used as sources for design inspiration, such as the article on monograms in vol. 4 (p. 36-42), but they also included other illustrations which may have influenced shapes and decoration

 

Acc. 2018x72.43         “Presentation of the Army-Navy Production Award to The Men and Women of Reed and Barton, November 19, 1942,” Joseph H. Martin

 

                        This very large scrapbook documents the ceremony in which the Reed & Barton Company and its employees were awarded the E award for its war work.  Copies of the program, place cards from the luncheon, certificates, a ribbon worn at the ceremony, information sent to the employees about how the ceremony was to be arranged, newspaper clippings, and advertisements used by R&B to announce the award are all included.  The photographs show employees at the ceremony, officials who attended, the luncheon, products made by R&B, employees at work, and a parade of employees.  Also included are photos from the local Rotary Club luncheon which honored R&B on the receipt of the award.

 

 

Acc. 2018x72.44         untitled volume holding design drawings, SX 7791-SX 8064, dated 1915-1919;

 

            p. 1: SX 7791, asparagus tong for J.E. Caldwell, Nov. 6/15; and

SX 7792 [drawing missing], center bowl & mesh for B.S.;

            p. 2: SX 7793: salt dish for T.B. Starr, Nov. 8/15; and

SX 7794: special kettle for J.E. Caldwell, Nov. 9/15;

p.3: SX 7795: candlestick, T.B. Starr, Nov. 10/15;

p.4: SX 7796: compote, T.B. Starr, Nov. 10/15;

p.5: SX 7797: two loving cups, T.B. Starr, Nov. 10/15;

p.6: SX 7798: special dish, T.B. Starr, Nov. 10/15;

p.7: SX 7799: candle shade, J.E. Caldwell & Co., Nov. 11/15;

SX 7800: compote for B.B. Biddle;

p.8: SX 7801: loving cup and cover, John Wells, Nov. 11/15;

p.9: SX 7802: double dish for B.S.F., Nov. 12/15;

SX 7803: Queen Anne tray for B.B.B & Co., Nov. 16/15;

            p.10: SX 7804: bread tray, for A.A. Webster, Nov. 16/15;

                        SX 7805: Pointed Antique flatware, with monogram for H. Rattermann, Nov. 16/15;

            p.11: SX 7806: hot milk [pitcher] for Tiffany & Co., Nov. 18/15;

                        SX 7807: service plate for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Nov. 209/15;

            p.12: SX 7808: creamer for Marcus & Co., Nov. 29/15;

            p.13: SX 7809: tray for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., Dec. 2/15;

            p.14: SX 7810: initial M to go on flatware, for Frank H. Erschede & Co., Dec. 6/15;

                        [proper name: Frank Herschede Co., jewelry store in Cincinnati, Ohio];

            p.15: SX 7811: plate for A.W. Allison, Dec. 9/15;

            p.16: SX 7812: rocking blotter for T.B. Starr, Dec. 9/15;

                        SX 7813: candlestick for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Dec. 14/15;

            p.17: SX 7814: plate for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Dec. 14/15, reordered June 2/21;

                        SX 7815: forks for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Dec. 14/15;

            p.18: SX 7816: butter spreader, for Shreve Crump & Low Co., Dec. 16/15;

                        SX 7817: cups for Davenport, 12/18/15;

            p. 19: SX 7818: tea tray for Quinn[?] & Co., Dec. 29/15;

            p. 20: SX 7819: sandwich tray for Hess & Gulbertson, Jan. 8/16;

                        SX 7821: plate for Hardy & Hayes & Co., Jan. 12/16;

            p. 21: SX 7820: dessert plate for Thos. Williams, Jan. 10/16;

                        SX 7822: goblet for Marshall Field & Co., Jan. 14/16;

            p. 22: SX 7823: pepper & salt [bowl and shaker], for Marshall Field & Co., Jan. 14/16;

                        SX 7824: syrup pitcher for Marshall Field & Co., Jan. 24/16;

            p.23: SX 7825: pin cushion for B.B.&B. Co., Jan. 25/16;

                        SX 7826: salt [bowl, not shaker], for Jenkins & Jenkins, 2/2/16;

            p. 24: SX 7827: soup spoon for J.E. Caldwell, Feb. 7/16;

                        SX 7828: silver gilt top to fit china, for A. Thurston, Feb. 10/16;

            p. 25: SX 7829: tray for Rowe Bros., Feb. 10/16;

            p. 26: SX 7830: vase, for Wright Kay & Co., Feb. 14/16;

            p.27: SX 7831: knives and forks [but no drawing present], for Marcus & Co., Feb. 15/16;

            p.28: SX 7832: cup [trophy], inscribed “The Reunion of Leigh University … presented by the Class of 1891,” for J.E. Caldwell & Co.;

            p. 29: SX 7833: creamer for B.B.&B. Co., Feb. 17/16;

            p. 30: SX 7834: ice cream dish for B.B.&B. Co., Feb. 18/16;

            p. 31: SX 7835: profiles of flatware, E.A. Brown, Feb. 21/16;

            p. 32: SX 7836: tea set tray, for T.B. Starr, Feb. 24/16;

            p.33: SX 7837: bowl and plate, S.A. McQueen, Feb. 25/16;

            p. 34: SX 7838: alms bowl, Miss [?] Morgan, Feb. 25/16;

            p. 35: SX 7839: salad dish, Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., Feb. 28/16;

            p. 36: SX 7840: pepper [shaker], for Starr, Feb. 28/16;

                        SX 7841: vase made from coaching Horse Polo Association, Feb. 28/16;

            p.37: SX 7842: loving cup for soccer, for J.E. Caldwell Co., Feb. 29/16 [folded drawing];

            p.38: SX 7843: spoon, for Black Starr & Frost, March 1/16;

            p.39: SX 7844: plate, for W.W. Wattles, Mar. 8, 1916 [drawing loose in volume];

            p.40: SX 7845: special engagement pad for Tiffany Co., no sketch made, March 8/16;

            p. 41: SX 7846: plate, for Marshall Field & Co., March 23/16;

            p. 42: SX 7847: dish on stand [compote?], for Hardy & Hayes Co., March 27/16;

            p. 43: SX 7848: special cup [trophy?], for B.B.&B. Co., March 27/16 [OPEN WITH CARE – PARTIALLY ATTACHED TO PAGE];

            p. 44: SX 7849: dish on stand [compote?], for Hardy & Hayes Co., March 27/16;

            p. 45: SX 7850: vase for the Smith Patterson Co., March 28/16;

            p. 46: SX 7851: dish for the Smith Patterson Co., March 28/16;

            p. 47: SX 7852: knife with medallion of Hercules Powder Co., for J.E. Caldwell Co., Apr. 14, 1916;

            p. 48: SX 7853: loving cup, for B.B.&B. Co., April 7/16 [DRAWING IS TORN – bottom part is loose in volume];

            p. 49: SX 7854: drawing of fork, but knives and spoons also mentioned, for J.S. MacDonald, 4/14/16;

                        SX 7855: silver medal for the New York Spring Horse Show, April 29/16;

            p. 50: SX 7856: bowl with glass lining, for Hess & Culbertson, May 12/16;

            p. 51: SX 7857: child’s set with initial JEC Jr.: cup, bowl, porringer, pitcher, plate, try, knife, fork, spoon, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., May 12/16; [TWO DRAWINGS ARE LOOSE];

            p. 52: SX 7858: compote, for Lebolt[?] & Co., May 15/16;

            p. 53: SX 7859: vase, pierced and engraved, for Paul Yale Greenwood Co., May 15/16;

            p. 54: SX 7860: fork, for J.E. Caldwell;

            p. 55: SX 7861: knife, for Bailey Banks & Biddle;

            p. 56: SX 7862: cup or trophy, for The Grogan Co., May 22/16;

            p. 57: SX 7863: pitcher on base, with inscription: The American Rowing Association, The Blake Cup, for J.E. Caldwell, June 8/16;

            p. 58: SX 7864: ladle or serving spoon, June 3[?]/16;

            p. 59: SX 7865: finger bowl, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., June 9, 1916;

            p. 60: SX 7866: plate, for finger bowl, bread & butter, or ice cream, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., June 9/16;

            p. 61: SX 7867: cheese and cracker dish, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., June 9/16;

            p. 62: SX 7868: cup with applied cross guns [trophy], for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., June 16, 1916;

            p. 63: SX 7869: cup [trophy], with horse head handles, for A. Archabald, June 16/16;

            p. 64: SX 7870: sketch of Springfield rifle to be crossed and applied to a cup, for J.E. Caldwell, June 21/16;

            p. 65: SX 7871: grapefruit spoon, ice cream fork, salad fork, for L.C. Beardsley Co., 5/19/16;

            p. 66: SX 7872: dish, for Mrs. E. Buel [sic], June 23/16;

            p. 67: SX 7873: dish, for Mrs. E. Buel [sic], June 23/16;

            p. 68: SX 7874: ends of flatware in Pointed Antique pattern, with initials CBH, June 24/16;

            p. 69: SX 7875: vase, for the Grogan Co., July 6/16;

            p. 70: SX 7876: notes about a tea tray, no sketch, for Sim & Co., July 26/16;

            p. 71: SX 7877: flatware;

                        SX 7878: puff box, for Mitchel Greer[?],

            p. 72: SX 7879: salt dish, with glass lining, for Kates Bros., Aug. 10/16;

                        SX 7880: napkin ring, for Kates Bros., Aug. 10/16;

                        SX 7881: ice bowl, for Kates Bros., Aug. 10/16;

            p. 73: SX 7882: coffee pot, for B.B.&B. Co., 8/14/16;

            p. 74: SX 7883: plateau for candelabra, for Grogan Co., Aug. 16/16;

            p. 75: SX 7884: loving cup with applied seal for A.M. Fleischmann, 8/18/16;

            p. 76: SX 7885: silver medal [no inscription shown], for Ralph Deway, Aug. 23/16;

            p. 77: SX 7886: salt dish with glass lining, for Kates Bros., Aug. 30/16;

                        SX 7887: knife, for Shreve Crump & Low, Aug. 30/16;

            p. 78: SX 7888: soup tureen, for Geo. B. Rose, Sept. 26/16;

                        SX 7889: child’s bowls, for B.B & B, Sept. 26/16;

            p. 79: SX 7890: candle stick, for Bailey Banks & Biddle, 9/29/16;

            p. 80: SX 7891: water pitcher, for McQueen, Sept. 29/16;

            p. 81: SX 7892: handle for dessert fork and tablespoon, B.S. &F., Oct. 3/16;

            p. 82: SX 7893: tea kettle, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Oct. 5/16;

            p. 83: SX 7894: cover for cheese and cracker dish no. SX 7867, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Oct. 5/16;

                        SX 7895: crab fork, for B.S. & F., Oct. 6/16;

                        SX 7896: tumblers, for Kates Bros., Oct. 7/16;

                        SX 7897: monograms for a toilet set, for Cowell & Hubbard, Oct. 9/16;

            p. 84: SX 7898: fish dish, for Howard and Co., Oct. 10/16;

            p. 85: SX 7899: ice center dish, for Howard and Co., Oct. 17/16;

            p. 86: SX 7900: special spoon, for Black Starr & Frost Co., Oct. 19/16;

                        SX 7901: napkin ring with Bide-a-Bit in enamel, for R.W. Brixey, Oct. 23/16;

            p. 87: SX 7902: tray, for Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Nov. 1/16;

            p. 88: SX 7903: tray, for Nye & Co., 11/3/16;

                        SX 7904: child’s cup, made at Globe Factory in Newark, for Henry Oerisch[?] Co., Nov. 3/16;

                        SX 7905: tray, for Howard & Co., Nov. 6/16;

            p. 89: SX 7906: plate, for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., Nov. 6/16;

                        SX 7907: desk pad with gold corners, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Nov. 9/16;

            p. 90: SX 7908: center bowl with mesh, for Fairfield & Co., Nov. 9/16;

            p. 91: SX 7909: plate, for Cowell & Hubbard Co., Nov. 17/16;

                        SX 7910: spoon, engraved “North End Lodge, I.O.O.F., Newark, N.J.,” for A.J. Belanger, Nov. 22/16;

                        SX 7911: tray, for Howard & Co., Nov. 22, 1916;

            p. 92: SX 7912: puff box, for J.E. Caldwell Co., 11/27/16;

                        SX 7913: dish on foot [compote?], for B.B.&B. Co., Dec. 1-16;

            p. 93: SX 7914: cup with applied medal: “National Horse Show Association of America,” for Dominick & Haff, Dec. 2/16;

            p. 94: SX 7915: pin cushion [no sketch], for B.S. & Frost, Dec. 5/16;

            p. 95: SX 7916: compote, for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., Dec. 11/16;

            p. 96: SX 7917: gravy spoon, for S. Kink & Son, Dec. 13/16;

            p. 97: SX 7918: center piece for Frank Herschede Co., 12/30/16;

                        SX 7919: pitcher, made at Globe, Newark factory, for E.V. Haynes, Dec. 21/16;

            p. 98: SX 7920: vase, for Cowell & Hubbard Co., Jan. 3/17;

            p. 99: SX 7921: spreaders, for S. Kind & Sons, Jan. 8, 1917;

                        SX 7922: flatware set, for Mrs. E.T. Tallmadge, Jan. 8/17;

            p. 100: SX 7923: ramekins, for B.S. & Frost, Jan. 10/16;

                        SX 7924: bowl for J.J. Freeman Co., Jan. 11/17;

                        SX 7925: cocktail forks for Mermod, Jaccard & King Co., Jan. 12/17;

                        SX 7926: coat of arms on handle, for Mrs. H.M. Marsh, Jan. 13/17;

            p. 101: SX 7927: monogram design for flatware, for H. Rattermann, Jr., Jan. 15/17;

                        SX 7928: special spoon work, with monogram RG, Tudor rose, and Welsh dragon, for Charles W. Warren Co., Jan. 17/17;

                        SX 7929: monograms for Norris, Alister Ball Co., Jan. 187/17;

            p. 102: SX 7930: entrée dish, for David R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 103-p. 105: SX 7930: meat dishes, for David R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 106: SX 7930 fish dish, for D. R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 107: SX 7930: double dish, for D. R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 108: SX 7930: gravy boat and tray, for D. R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 109: SX 7930: tureen, for D. R. Rough, Jan. 22/17;

            p. 110: SX 7931: vases, for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., Jan. 25/17;

            p. 111: SX 7932: loving cup, “First Troop, Phila. City Calvary,” for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Jan. 27/17;

                        SX 7933: silver frame [with details of construction], for H.P. Sinclair & Co., Jan. 29/17;

            p. 112: SX 7934, SX 7935, SX 7936: frames, with construction details, for H.P. Sinclair & Co., Jan. 29/17

            p. 113: SX 7937: butter knife, for S. Kirk & Co., Jan. 30/17;

                        SX 7938: special cover for a waste bowl, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Feb. 3/17;

                        SX 7939: spoon tray, for E. Keller & Sons, Feb. 6/17;

            p. 114: SX 7940: tray, for Hardy & Hayes, Feb. 8/17;

            p. 115: SX 7941: pepper and salts, with salt spoons, for Bailey Banks & Biddle, Feb. 8/17;

                        SX 7942: knife in 1900 style for Gorham Co., Feb. 9/17;

                        SX 7943: special waste bowl, for Heffern Neuhoff, Feb. 15/17;

            p. 116: SX 7944: Mike Murphy Cup, for BB&B Co., Mar. 1/17;

            p. 117: SX 7945: teaspoons, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Mar. 6/17;

                        SX 7946: Temora Cup, Presented By Edward B. Smith, for J.E. Caldwell, March 6/17;

            p. 118: SX 7947: pepper and salt, with tray, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 119: SX 7947: hot water kettle, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 120-122: SX 7947: coffee pots and teapots, sugar and creamer, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 123: SX 7947: entrée dish, and waste bowl, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 124: SX 7947: centerpiece, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 125: SX 7947: tea set waiter, and meat dish, for Cowell & Hubbard, March 8/17;

            p. 126: SX 7948: tea set tray, for B.B.&B. Co., March 19/17;

            p. 127: SX 7949: baptismal bowl and base, for Henry M. Congdon & Son, Mar. 22/17;

            p. 128: SX 7950: coffee set tray, for S. Kirk & Son, March 22/17;

            p. 129: SX 7951: spoons, for Howard & Co., March 23/17;

                        SX 7952: pitcher trophy, inscribed “presented to Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. McLean as a token of appreciation and regard from the midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy,” for BB&B Co., March 24/17;

            p. 130: SX 7953: candlesticks, for BB&B Co., 3/26/17;

                        SX 7954: knives with ivory handles, for J.W. Alexander, 3/30/17;

            p. 131: SX 7955: meat dish, for J.E. Caldwell, 3/31/17;

            p. 132: SX 7956: spoons and forks, for Mrs. John W. Alexander;

                        SX 7957: frame, with construction details, for H. p. Sinclair & Co., April 7/17;

            p. 133: SX 7958: frame, with construction details, for H. p. Sinclair & Co., April 7/17;

            p. 134: SX 7959: frame, with construction details, for H. p. Sinclair & Co., April 7/17;

            p. 135: SX 7960: goblet or cup, for G.L.[?] Johnson, April 10/17;

                        SX 7961: vase [trophy], inscribed “Wisconsin Woman’s State Golf Association Championship,” for Rank & Motteram Co., April 19/17;

            p. 136: SX 7962: tea strainer and stand, for Scribner & Locke, April 19/17;

                        SX 7963: flatware for B.S.& F.;

            p. 137: SX 7964: tray, for Frank K. Sturgis, May 11/17;

            p. 138: SX 7965: medallion forks with monogram, for Loring Andrews, May 16/17;

                        SX 7966: tea and coffee pots, for BB&B Co., May 23/17;

            p. 139: SX 7966: creamer, and sugar and waste bowls, for BB&B Co., May 23/17;

            p. 140: SX 7966: tea set tray, for BB&B Co., May 23/17;

            p. 141: SX 7967: ash tray, with half dollar in foot, for Chas. Lanier, May 29/17;

                        SX 7968: candlesticks, for Wm. Baumgarten Co., June 4/17;

            p. 142: SX 7969: cup with flag, with separate sketch for base, for Black Starr & Frost, June 4/17;

                        SX 7970: bouillon cups, for Marshall Field & Co., June 4/17;

                        SX 7971: coffee cups, for Marshall Field & Co., June 4/17;

            p. 143: SX 7972: bases, one to have scene of motorboats, for Black Starr & Frost, June 5/17;

            p. 144: SX 7973: frame, for H.P. Sinclair & Co., June 8/17;

                        SX 7974: mirror or magnifying glass, for Mr. Lebkowitz, June 9/17;

            p. 145a: SX 7975: basket, for Marshall Field & Co., June 11/17;

            p. 145b: SX 7978-A: coffee pot, for J.E. Caldwell, August 15.17;

            p. 146: SX 7976: flatware with initials, for T.H. Tallmadge, June 11/17;

                        SX 7977: almond dish [no sketch], for Cowell & Hubbard, June 15/17;

                        SX 7978: coffee pot, for J.E. Caldwell, June 16/17;

            p. 147: SX 7979: table spoons, with crest, for Bowe Bros., June 25/17;

                        SX 7980: dessert knives, for R.M. Clark, June 26/17;

                        SX 7981: The Brook Club Cup (loving cup) (no sketch), for The Brook Club, July 27/17;

            p. 148: SX 7982: plate, for Jean Turnbull, Aug. 24/17;

                        SX 7983: tea set tray, for Bunde & Upmeyer Co., 8/28/17;

            p. 149: SX 7983: tray for center bowl, for Bunde & Upmeyer Co., 8/28/17;

            p. 150: SX 7983: center bowl, for Bunde & Upmeyer Co., 8/28/17;

                        SX 7984: candlestick for Marshall Field & Co., Aug. 28/17;

            p. 151: SX 7985: various knives, for Brandt Chatillian, Sept. 12/17;

                        SX 7986: butter spreader, for S. Kirk & Son, Sept. 28/17;

                        SX 7987: tea set tray, for Black Starr & Frost, Oct. 2/17;

            p. 152: SX 7988: china and silver basket, for Marshall Field & Co., Oct. 8/17;

            p. 153: SX 7989: china and silver basket, for Marshall Field & Co., Oct. 8/17;

            p. 154: SX 7990: set of flatware, for Mrs. E. H. Harriman, Oct. 30/17;

            p. 155: SX 7991: monogram L.P.C. on Pointed Antique, for J.E. Caldwell, Nov. 3/17;

                        SX 7992: creamer, waste bowl, sugar pot, for Mr. B. Dominick, November 8/17;

            p. 156: SX 7992: teapot and tray, for Mr. B. Dominick, November 8/17;

            p. 157: SX 7992: coffee pot and tray, for Mr. B. Dominick, November 8/17;

            p. 158: SX 7992: hot water kettle, for Mr. B. Dominick, November 8/17;

            p. 159: SX 7993: engraving work on Lex pattern, for Geo. Diske, Nov. 9/17;

                        SX 7994: silver tops for glasses, for A. Webster, Nov. 13/17;

                        SX 7995: hollow handle, for J.E. Caldwell, Nov. 16/17;

                        SX 7996: goblets for C. I. Josephson, Nov. 24/17;

                        SX 7997: flatware set, for B.B.&B. Co., December 7/17;

            p. 160: SX 7998: tureen, gravy boat, tray, for Black Starr & Frost, Dec. 8/17;

            p. 161: SX 7999: soup tureen, for J.E. Caldwell Co., Dec. 10/17;

                        SX 8000: tray for Virginia nail polisher, for Black Starr & Frost, Dec. 20/17;

            p. 162: SX 8001: pepper and salt shakers, vinegar & oil bottles, wire frame, small pitcher, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Dec. 20/17;

            p. 163: SX 8002: centerpiece, for J.E. Caldwell Co., Dec. 22/17;

            p. 164: SX 8003: [no sketch, but labeled bronze shield mounted on oak back], The Captains and Lieutenants Committee, New York Fire Dept., Dec. 1917;

            p. 165: SX 8004: top for cologne bottle, for Black Starr & Frost, Jan. 9/18;

                        SX 8005: engraving on Queen Anne flatware, for K. W. Green, Feb. 2/18;

                        SX 8006: goblet, for B.B. & B. Co., Feb. 14/18;

            p. 166: SX 8007: meat dish and tea set waiter, for Cowell & Hubbard Co., Mar. 6/18;

            p. 167: SX 8008: syrup jar, for W. E. Fellows, March 8/18;

            p. 168: SX 8009: tea tray and footed dish [compote?], for J.E. Caldwell & Co., March 21/18;

            p. 169: SX 8010: chased teaspoons, for Hardy & Hayes, March 22/18;

                        SX 8011: tea set, tray, centerpiece; set includes a kettle, a tea strainer and a covered pitcher (in addition to creamer), for J.E. Caldwell & Co., April 20/18;

            p. 170: SX 8012: sword, with monogram P.C.M., for J.E. Caldwell Co., April 23/18;

            p. 171: SX 8013: flatware set, for Mrs. Kirk B. Johnson, May 3/18;

                        SX 8014: photo frame [no sketch], for H.P. Sinclair Co., May 15/18;

            p. 172: SX 8015: tray, for S. Kirk & Son Co., May 16/18;

            p. 173: SX 8016: open vegetable dish, for Cowell & Hubbard Co., May 17/18;

            p. 174: SX 8017: ash tray, monogramed G.J.J., for Mrs. Kirk B. Johnson, May 20/18;

                        SX 8018: vase, for Hodgson & Kennard Co., June 4/18; TORN DRAWING;

            p. 175: SX 8019: SX 8019: clock case, for Marshall Field & Co., June 5/18;

                        SX 8020: sherbet cup, for T.C. Tanke[?], June 12/18;

                        SX 8021: chocolate muddler, for J.E. Caldwell Co., June 17/18;

            p. 176: SX 8022: flatware for S.C. & Low, July 1/18;

                        SX 8023: silver stopper and glass bottle, for S. & C. Dickinson Co., July 3/18;

                        SX 8024: hot water kettle, for C. Lamden, 7/18/18;

            p. 177: SX 8025: bronze aviation pins, for B.B.& B. Co., 7/24/18;

                        SX 8026: loving cup: The Franklin Wharton Cup for Excellence in Rifle Practice, with emblem of U.S. Marine Corps, for B.B.& B. Co., 7/24/18;

            p. 178: SX 8027: Du Barry dinner service (with list of pieces), July 25/18;

            p. 179: SX 8027: dinner service, including meat dish with tree well, and other dishes or trays, July 25/18;

            p. 180: SX 8028: puff box, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Aug. 6/18;

                        SX 8029: hair receiver, for John Bremer Co., Aug. 6/18;

                        SX 8030: cocktail glass, with monogram F.S.H., for Harkness, Aug. 7/18;

                        SX 8031: toilet set, monogrammed H.S.H., Aug. 12/18;

                        SX 8032: monograms for manicure [set], for Cowell & Hubbard, Aug. 19/18;

            p. 181: SX 8033: sword for Capt. Ten Boeck [sic] M. Terhune, Aug. 31/18;          

                                    [Ten Broeck Monroe Terhune (1879-1957), from New York];

            p. 182: SX 8034: cover for glass jar, for J.E. Caldwell, Sept. 4/18;

            p. 183: SX 8035: loving cup, inscription mentions National Society of the D.A.R. and U.S.N.A competition for seamanship and international law, for J.E. Caldwell, Sept. 16/18;

            p. 184: SX 8036: ice and mint bowl, ice spoon, sugar bowl, sugar sifter, julep cups, and whiskey holder, inscribed Latonia Cup, presented by Latonia Jockey Club, Covington, Kentucky, Nov. 2, 1918, for  Frank Herschede, 9/18/18; [see also SX 8114]

            p. 185: SX 8037: tea tray, for J.E. Caldwell, Sept. 23/18;

            p. 186: SX 8038: [no sketch], box and base, for C.P. Dutton, Sept. 25/18;

            p. 187: SX 8039: loving cup, inscription; To Our Godson, Class of 1919, U.S.N.A., for B.B.&B., 9/23/18;

            p. 188: SX 8040: cover made to fit sugar bowl, for Geo. T. Brod, Oct. 17/18; [probably for George T. Brodnax, Memphis, Tenn.]

                        SX 8041: spoons, for S.H. Cott, Nov. 4/18;

                        SX 8042: pepper shakers, for Hardy & Hayes, Nov. 7/18;

            p. 189: SX 8043: coffee pot, for W.H. Beck Co., Nov. 22/18;

            p. 190: SX 8044: trays, mayonnaise and nut dishes, cocktail sauce holder, for Ness and Company, Dec. 21/18;

            p. 191: SX 8045: bread and butter plates, for J. Barrows, 12/27/18;

                        SX 8046: plates, for Cartier, 12/28/18;

            p. 192: SX 8047: centerpiece, for Cowell & Hubbard, 1/18/19;

            p. 193: SX 8048: pepper shaker, for Charles W. Warren, 1/21/19;

                        SX 8049: special handle [no sketch], for Julius C. Walk, 1/22/19;

                        SX 8050: cup [trophy?], for Galt & Bro., 2/3/19;

            p. 194: SX 8051: candelabra, cup, tray, [no sketches], for J.K. Sturges, 2/15/19;

            p. 195: SX 8052: silver mesh for glass bowl, for Spalding & Co., 2/6/19;

            p. 196: SX 8053: Active Membership Cup, Alumni Association of Lehigh University, presented by Class of 1888, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Feb. 15/19;

            p. 197: SX 8054: chasing on Pointed Antique flatware, for Hardy & Hayes, Feb. 1919;

                        SX 8055: spoon tray, ashtrays, for Miss Schwartz Bros., Feb. 26/19;

            p. 198: SX 8056: flatware for Howard & Co., 2/27/19;

                        SX 8057: flatware for Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, 2/27/19;

                        SX 8058: corners for a blotter, for Loring Andrews Co., 2/27/19;

                        SX 8059: cover for cracker jar, for Sim & Co., 2/28/19;

            p. 199: SX 8060: alms basin, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., March 3/19;

            p. 200a: SX 8061: pitcher, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 3/13/19;

            p. 200b: SX 8062: flatware, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., March 18/19;

                        SX 8063: tea strainer, for Hardy & Hayes, March 28/19;

            p. 2001: SX 8064: [?]iation cup, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., April 11/19;

 

           

 

Acc. 2018x72.45         volume holding design drawings, SX 8065-SX 8157, dated 1919-1922;

DS 4- DS 161, dated 1922-1927

[also ADS 9-ADS 25, but these are numbered as part of DS series]

 

            p. 1: SX 8065: tea tray, to be decorated with naval gun and carriage and inscription, for J.E. Caldwell, 4/25/19;

            p. 2: SX 8066: crumb tray, for J. Brill & Sons, 4/28/19;

                        SX 8067: centerpiece and plateau, for Frank Herschede, 4/28/19;

            p. 3: SX 8068: flat ware, for S. Kirk, May 11/19;

            p. 4-5: SX 8069: silver lamp, kettle, stand, teapot, tea caddy, sugar, alcohol container, creamer, coffee spoons, for Cartier, May 16/19;

                        SX 8071: same pieces, in gold, for Cartier, May 16/19;

            p. 6: SX 8070: corners for blotter, pen tray, ink well and tray, for R.W. Brixey, May 21/19;

            p. 7-8: SX 8071: [see description on p. 4-5]

            p. 9: SX 8072: zodiac bowl, for F.J. Sturgis, June 7/19;

            p. 10: SX 8073: tray, for F.J. Sturgis, June 7/19;

            p. 11: SX 8074tray, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., June 11/19;

                        SX 8075: fruit forks, for S. Kirk & Son, July 1/19;

            p. 12: SX 8076: tray with applied gun [artillery], and inscription, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., July 7/19;

            p. 13: SX 8077: glass and silver compote, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 7/14/19;

                        SX 8078: inkwell, for Grogan Co., 7/21/19;

                        SX 8079: goblets, for J.K. Lemon, 7/21/19;

            p. 14-15: SX 8080: vase and tray, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 7/29/19;

            p. 16: SX 8081: alms basins, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 7/29/19;

            p. 17: SX 8082: alms basins, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 7/29/19;

            p. 18: SX 8083: candlestick, for Grogan & Co., Aug. 11/19;

            p. 19: SX 8084: fruit forks, for S. Kirk & Son, Sept. 11/19;

            p. 20: SX 8085: tray, for Hardy & Hayes Co., Oct. 1/19;

            p. 21: SX 8086: bread and butter plates, for Cowell & Hubbard, 10/10/19;

                        SX 8087: chalice for diocese, for H.M. Congdon & Son, Oct. 15/19;

            p. 22: SX 8088: watch fob, for Continental Field Trials Club, 11/3/19;

                        SX 8089: almond dish, for Mrs. Robt. Law[?], 11/11/19;

            p. 23: SX 8090: hot milk pitcher, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 11/12/19;

            p. 24: SX 8091: loving cups, for Polo Association (formerly SX 6569), 11/13/19;

            p. 25: SX 8092: centerpiece and compotes, for Grogan Co., 11/28/19;

            p. 26: SX 8093: knives, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Dec./7/19;

            p. 27: SX 8094: loving cup, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 12/10/19;

            p. 28: SX 8095: teapot, for N. M. Fleischman, Jan. 19/20;

                        SX 8096: monogram K.L.S. for flatware, for The Grogan Co., 1/20/20;

            p. 29: SX 8097: mayonnaise bowl, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 1/22/19 [sic, i.e. 1920];

                        SX 8098: oyster forks, for Black Starr & Frost, 2/20/20;

                        SX 8099: pepper shakers and salt dishes, for Grogan Co., 2/23/20;

            p. 30: SX 8100: cup [loving cup?], for E.H. Dutter, 2/27/20;

            p. 31: SX 8101: cup [with nautical decoration], for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 3/9/20;

                        [see also SX 8145]

            p. 32: SX 8102: cups [loving cups], for Cady & Olmstead, April 6/20;

            p. 33: SX 8103: cups [loving cups], for Cady & Olmstead, April 6/20;

            p. 34: SX 8104: pepper shakers and salt dishes, for Hardy & Hayes, 4/28/20;

            p. 35: SX 8105: tea knives, for Shreve Crump & Low, May 11/20;

            p. 36: SX 8106: cup [loving cup, with horse head], for Frank Herschede Co., May 24/20;

            p. 37: SX 8107: centerpiece [with candle holders], for K.B. Johnson, May 25/20;

            p. 38a: SX 8108: dish, for Black Starr & Frost, May 26/20;

                        SX 8109: flatware set, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Aug. 16/20;

            p. 38b: SX 8110: spoon work, [no sketch], for Black Starr & Frost, Aug. 17/20;

            p. 39a: SX 8111: plaque [inscription not shown], for Black Starr & Frost, Aug. 27/20;

            p. 39b: SX 8112: monogram TML, for flatware, for J.E. Caldwell, Sept. 22/20;

                        SX 8113: bowl, to Stoddard, Sept. 30/20;

            p. 40a: SX 8114: Latonia Cup, presented by Kentucky Jockey Club, for  Frank Herschede, Oct. 4/20; [see also SX 8036];

            p. 40b: SX 8115: trophy: Fleet Challenge Cup, Atlantic-Pacific Fleet, for B.S. & F., Oct. 21/20;

            p. 41a: SX 8116: tankards, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Oct. 25/20;

                        SX 8117: flatware with monogram, for Grogan Co., Nov. 1/20;

            p. 41b: SX 8118: hot water jug, sugar, creamer, jam jar, salt dish, tea caddy, for J.E. Caldwell, 11/11/20;

            p. 42: SX 8119: disk to be applied to golf ball, for Black Starr & Frost, Nov. 23/20;

                        SX 8120: goblet, for Mr. Patter[?], Nov. 27/20;

            p. 43: SX 8121: loving cup with cover, for Rev. Dr. Slattry, Dec. 6/20; [see also SX 8132]

            p. 44: SX 8122: vase, for Allyn S. Morgan, Dec. 7/20;

            p. 45: SX 8123: plateau for center bowl, for G.T. Montgomery, Dec. 9/30;

            p. 46: SX 8124: [plaque] for Highest Standing in Scholarship, presented by Edward S. Mills, for Edward S. Mills, 12/16/20;

            p. 47: SX 8125: champagne glasses, for F. Potter, Feb. 10/21;

                        SX 8126: cup, inscribed The Jockey Club Gold Cup 1921, for F.K. Sturgis, 3/9/21;

            p. 48: SX 8127: cocktail glasses, for R.W. Brixey, 3/28/21;

            p. 49: SX 8128: trophy, inscribed: Rock Island Arsenal Blunt Trophy, for C.L. Josephson, April 5/21;

            p. 50: SX 8129: trophy, inscribed: Rock Island Arsenal Blunt Trophy, for C.L. Josephson, April 5/21;

                        SX 8130: cup: Wood-Fisher Challenge Cup, from American Powerboat Association, for J.E. Caldwell, April 6/21;

            p. 51: SX 8131: pitcher [no sketch], for Marshall Field & Co., April 19/21;

            p. 52: SX 8132: prayer book box, for Rev. Dr. Slattry, May 24/21 [see also SX 8121];

            p. 53: SX 8133: dessert plate, for J.E. Caldwell, June 2/21;

            p. 54: SX 8134: dish, mayonnaise and entrée dishes, for Marshall Field & Co., June 27/21;

            p. 55: SX 8135: hot milk pitcher, for Black Starr & Frost, June 30/21;

            p. 56: SX 8136: The Middleton Cup, presented by Seaside Park Yacht Club and Albert C. Middleton, for B.B. & B. Co., 7/21/21;

            p. 57: SX 8137: flagon [with cross on top], for Hufnagel & Co., July 30/21;

                        SX 8138: cover for supplied bowl, for Bailey Banks & Biddle Co., August 8/1921;

            p. 58: SX 8139: chalice and plate, for E.H. Hufnagel Inc., 10/18/21;

            p. 59: SX 8140: water [no sketch], for Sylvan Bros., Nov. 22/21;

            p. 60: SX 8141: tea tray [no sketch], for Sylvan Bros., Nov. 22/21;

            p. 61: SX 8142: hot water kettle and stand, for Mrs. Harriman, 11/29/21;

            p. 62: SX 8143: five inch plate, for W.H. Beck Co., Dec. 6/21;

                        SX 8144: cocktail shaker, for L. Weber & Son, Dec. 8/21;

            p. 63: SX 8145: trophy, smaller than SX 8101, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 12/8/21;

            p. 64: SX 8146: pie plate, for B.B. & B. Co., 12/14/21;

            p. 65: SX 8147: tray, for W.H. Beck Co., Dec. 20/21;

            p. 66: SX 8148: trophy: The Lake Placid Cup, inscribed President Harding Trofy [sic], College Winter Sports, Lake Placid Club, Dartmouth, December 31, 1921; for Cartier, Jan. 13/22;

            p. 67: SX 8149: flatware, for Spaulding & Co., Jan. 14/22;

                        SX 8150: vase, for Allyn S. Morgan, Jan. 23/22;

            p. 68: SX 8151: goblet or chalice, for Freeman, 2/9/22;

                        SX 8152: goblet [no sketch], for Julius Goodman, Feb. 9/22;

            p. 69: SX 8153: individual pepper shaker, for Hardy & Hayes, Feb. 15/22;

                        SX 8154: flatware, for B.B. & B. Co., 2/18/22;

                        SX 8155: plate, for G.F. Geiger & Son, Feb. 21/22;

            p. 70: SX 8156: compotes, for B.B. & B. Co., Feb. 28/22;

                        SX 8157: bread and butter plate, for E.C. Potter, March 16/22;

            p. 71: DS 4: Evening Bulletin Trophy, for Marathon Race at Third Annual American Legion Field Day, Philadelphia, June 10, 1922 (with picture of classical Greek man running), for J.E. Caldwell & Co., April 17/22;

            p. 72: DS 5: waiter [no sketch], for J.E. Caldwell & Co., April /22;

            p. 73: DS 6: coffee set tray, for B.B. & B. Co., May /22;

            p. 74: DS 7: The President’s Cup, for S.W. Straus & Co., May 6/22; BLUEPRINT LAID INTO VOLUME, NOT ATTACHED TO PAGE;

            p. 75: DS 8: open vegetable dish, for Kirberger, May 12/22;

            p. 76: ADS 9: bowl, for B.S. & F., May 22/22

                        ADS 10: bowl, for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 77: ADS 11: salad plate [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 12: bread tray, [no name associated with this, but probably for Black Starr & Frost]

            p. 78: ADS 13: mayonnaise bowl, for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 14: mayonnaise bowl [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 15: vegetable dish, for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 79: ADS 16: coffee set [pot, sugar, creamer], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 17: tray, for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 80: ADS 18: sandwich plate [no sketch],

                        ADS 19: dish [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 81: ADS 20: entrée dish [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 21: compote [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 82: ADS 22: compote [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 23: double dish [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 83: ADS 24: compote [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

                        ADS 25: meat dish [no sketch], for B.S. & F., May 22/22;

            p. 84: ADS 26: bowl [no sketch] [probably for B.S. & F., May 22/22];

                        DS 27 x 7: five section glass lined relish dish, for Marshall Field & Co., May 26.22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 85: DS 28: Edgewood Country Club, E.C. Brown Trophy, for Hardy & Hayes Co., June 1/22; [see also DS 31];

                        DS 29: Edgewood Country Club, Championship Cup, for Hardy & Hayes Co., June 1/22; [see also DS 32];

            p. 86: DS 30: trophy [decorated with pine boughs], for Grogan Co., June 2/22; ON LINEN PAPER, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 87: DS 31: miniature cup to go with DS 28, for Hardy & Hayes Co., June 8/22;

                        DS 32: miniature cup to go with DS 29, for Hardy & Hayes Co., June 8/22;

            p. 88a: DS 33: bowl, for Polo Association, July 14/22;

                        ADS 34: bouillon cups, for Globe Art Co., July 28/22;

            p. 88b: DS 35: cover (for a supplied cup), for Grogan Co., Aug. 5/22;

            p. 89: DS 36: trophy: George Arthur Crump Memorial, Pine Valley Golf Club, for J.E. Caldwell Co., Aug. 17/22; laid into the volume are four photographs of the club, to be used in making designs for cup;

            p. 90: DS 37: The Monty Waterbury Cup, presented by Meadow Brook Club, September 1922, for Polo Association, Aug. 23/22; [see also DS 38];

            p. 91: DS 38: another version of DS 37, for Polo Association, Aug. 23/22;

            p. 92: DS 39 x 14: tray, for C.W. Warren, Sept. 18/22;

            p. 93: ADS 40-R4L bowl, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Sept. 20/22;

                        DS 41/51: pitcher, for Grogan Co., 9/25/22;

            p. 94: DS 42/19: tea set and kettle, for C.W. Warren, Sept. 28/22;

            p. 95: DS 44: picture frame, monogramed EGM, for Grogan Co., Oct. 16/22;

            p. 96: ADS 45: alms basin for H. Hebbard, Nov. 9/22; [see also 2018x72.286d];

                        DS 46: punch cups, for Schwartzchild Co., Nov. 13/22; [watercolor of this design is in box of drawings filed by number];

            p. 97: DS 47 X 20: fish platter, for Frank Herschede Co., Nov. 16/22;

            p. 98: DS 48 X 21: tea set and kettle for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT OF HOT WATER KETTLE, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 99: DS 49 x 21: tray for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 100: DS 50 -X 21: service plate for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 101: DS 51 -X 21: bread and butter plate for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 102: DS 52 -X 21: water pitcher for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 103: DS 53 -X 21: water pitcher tray for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 104: DS 54 -X 21: centerpiece for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 12/ /22; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 105: DS 55: centerpiece, for B.G. Roark, 1/8/23;

                        DS 56: cocktail cups, for R.W. Brixey, 1/15/23;

            p. 106: DS 57 – X 24: goblet, for James Allen & Co., Jan. 31/23;

            p. 107: DS 58: basketball trophy: The Cincinnati Enquirer Trophy/ Basket Ball Championship/ Cincinnati High Schools, for Frank Herschede Co., 2/2/23; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 108: DS 59: bowls for class of 1923, for B.B. & B. Co., 2/24/23;

                                    [see also DS 144, which mentions Ivy Club]

            p. 109: ADS 60: bread and butter plates, for Mrs. C.P. Wilson, 2/ /23;

                        ADS 61/41: meat dish, for Greenleaf & Crosby, April 9/23;

            p. 110: DS 62: plaque: The Accident & Health Club Presidents Trophy, Southern Life and Trust Company, Greensboro, North Carolina, for B.B. & B. Co., 4/24/23;

            p. 111: DS 63/65: candlestick, for Black Starr & Frost, 4/26/23;

                        DS 64: candlestick [no sketch, but plain version of DS 63/65], for Black Starr & Frost, 4/26/23;

            p. 112: DS 65: trophy: National Rifle Competition, U.S. Navy Trophy, for B.B. & B. Co., 4/26/23;

            p. 113: ADS 66: coffee set tray, for Bigelow, Kennard & Co., May 5/23;

            p. 114: DS 67: trophy: Pennsylvania Golf Association Championship Trophy, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 5/10/23; BLUEPRINT, LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 115: DS 68: trophy: President’s Match, Coast Artillery Corps, for B.B. & B. Co., 5/28/23;

            p. 116: DS 69: trophy: Coast Artillery Corps to Marine Corps, for B.B. & B. Co., 5/28/23;

            p. 117: DS 70 –X21: coffee cups for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

                        DS 71 –X21 and DS 72-X21: salt and pepper shakers for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

                        DS 73 –X21: finger bowls for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

            p. 118: DS 74 –X21: dessert plates for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

            p. 119: DS 75 –X21: coffee set for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

            p. 120: DS 76 –X21: coffee set tray for Mrs. Fisher, for J.M. Kipp, 6/25/23;

                        DS 77: parfaits, for J.C. Walk, Aug. /23;

            p. 121: DS 78 x 7: syrup pitchers, for Cowell & Hubbard, Sept. /23;

                        DS 79 x 7: horseradish dish, for Cowell & Hubbard, Sept. /23;

            p. 122: DS 80: bowl (with pine bough decorations), for J.E. Caldwell, Sept. /23; [watercolor of this design is in box of drawings filed by number];

            p. 123: DS 81: trophy bowl, for The Polo Association, Sept. /23;

            p. 124: DS 82: compote [no sketch], for Flickinger, Oct. /23;

                        DS 83, DS 84: pepper and salt shakers [no sketches], for Flickinger, Nov. /23;

            p. 125: DS 84: sugar, creamer, waste bowl, for Cooper & Forman, 3/15/23; also a separate drawing just of the creamer; DRAWINGS ARE LOOSE IN VOLUME;

            p. 126: DS 85: cocktail shaker, with monogram ERC, for Foster Stevens & Co., Nov. 26/23;

                        ADS 86: goblet, for Schiffiman Jewelry Co., 12/6/23;

                        DS 87: cocktail cups, for Brixey, 12/8/23;

            p. 127: DS 88 – x 21: candlesticks, for Mrs. Fisher, Dec. 1923;

            p. 128: DS 89 x 21: compotiers, for Mrs. Fisher, Dec. 1923;

            p. 129: DS 90: tea set, kettle, and waiter [no sketches], for Spalding &Co., Feb. /24;

            p. 130: DS 91: centerpiece, for Grogan Co., /24;

            p. 131: ADS 92: hot milk pitcher [no sketch], for Galt, /24;

                        ADS 93/60: sterling feet to hold supplied glass bowl [no sketch], for J.E.C. & Co., /24;

                        ADS 94: gravy boat and tray [no sketch], for Mrs. C.P. Wilson, March / /24;

            p. 132: DS 95: base for a loving cup, for B.B. & B.Co., April 1/24;

                        ADS 96x64: tray, for Cartier, May 19/24;

            p. 133: DS 97/35: bouillon cup, for J.E. Caldwell &Co., 5/22/24;

                        DS 98: West Point trophy [no sketch];

                        DS 99: bowl, for B. B. & B. Co., July 9/24;

            p. 134: DS 100: waiter, for Marshall Field & Co., 7/21/24;

                        DS 101: loving cup and cover: Rockaway Hunting Club Polo Challenge Cup 1924, for the club, 7/22/24;

            p. 135: DS 102: Percy M. Preston Cup [no sketch], for Grogan Co., July 26/24;

            p. 136: DS 103: trophy bowl: Canoe Brook County Club/ Women’s Championship/ Summit New Jersey, for the club, July 28/24;

            p. 137: DS 104: bread and butter plate, for Hipp & Coburn Co., July 30/24;

                        DS 105: compote, for Reeve & Schuman, Aug. 19.24;

                        DS 106 x31: tray, for J.J. Freeman, Aug. 20/24;

            p. 138: DS 107/24: goblets, with monogram, for Julius Goodman, 8/20/24;

                        DS 108: bouillon cup, for Shiffman Jewelry Co., Aug. /24

                        DS 109/51: goblet, for Loring Andrews, Aug. 29.24;

            p. 139: DS 110: Helen Crump Street Memorial Trophy, Pine Valley Golf Club [no sketch], for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Oct. 13/24;

            p. 140: DS 111: coffee set tray, for Oppenstein Bros., Nov. 6/24;

                        DS 112: base for loving cup, for B.B. & B. Co., Nov. 7/24;

            p. 141: DS 113: coffee cup, for Webb C. Ball Co., Nov. 18.24;

                        DS 114: cocktail shaker, for Hardy & Hayes Co., Nov. 24/24;

            p. 142: DS 115: salad plates, for Geo. T. Brodnax, Nov. 24/24;

                        DS 116: ice cream plate, for B.B. & B. Co., Dec. 2/24;

                        DS 117: salad fork and spoon, for Loring Andrews & Co., 12/4/24;

                        DS 118: bouillon cups, for H. Mahler, 12/5/24;

            p. 143: DS 119: meat dish with tree well, for J.W. Hatt[?], 12/6/24;

            p. 144: DS 120/19: compotes, for B.F. Roark, Dec. 7/24;

            p. 145: DS 121 and DS 122: gravy boat and tray, for J.W. Hatt[?], Dec. 30/24;

            p. 146: DS 123: casserole, for J.W. Hatt[?], Jan .25

                        DS 124: plates, for C. Ross & Boas, 1/26/25;

            p. 147: DS 125: tray with glass bottom, for Lambert Bros., Feb. 3/25;

            p. 148: DS 126: tray, for Drosten Jewelry Co., 2/9/25;

                        DS 127: medals: Challenge Cup, present by Joseph E. Widener, Bryn Mawr Horse Show, for best pair of hunters, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 2/19/25;

                        DS 128: cocktail cups, for Brixey, 3/12/25;

            p. 149a: DS 129: almond dish, for Hopkins, 3/30/25;

                        DS 130: [bowl], for Smith Patterson Co., 3/2/25;

                        DS 131: plate, for Smith Patterson Co., 3/2/25;        

                        DS 132: 12 inch plate or tray, for Hodgson Kennard Co., 4/6/25;

                        DS 133: bowl, for T. E. Dickinson, 4/7/25;

                        DS 134: bouillon cup saucer, for Bunde & Upmeyer, 4/15/25;

            p. 149b: DS 135 x 35: waiter, for C.D. Peacock, 4/27/25;

            p. 150a: DS 136 x 35: sugar bowl, 4/27/25;

                        DS 137/83: double vegetable dish: no sketch made; 5/4/25;

            p. 150b: DS 138: candelabra, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., 5/4/25;

            p. 151a: DS 139 and DS 140: seals for Continental Field Trials Club [no sketches], for Fleishman, 5/7/25;

                        DS 141: entrée dish, for Webb C. Ball, 6/4/25;

            p. 151b: DS 142: vase, for C.W. Warren Co., 6/11/25;

            p. 152a: DS 143/83: serving tray;

                        DS 144: bowl [no sketch], see DS 59, for Ivy Club, 6/25/25;

            p. 152b: DS 145/60: vegetable dish and cover, for Marshall Field & Co., 7/15/25;

                        DS 146/19: coffee urn, for C.W. Warren & Co., 7/20/25;

            p. 153a: DS 147: trophy: Star Island Trophy, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Aug. /25;

            p. 153b: DS 148/60: bread and butter plates, 8/10/25;

                        DS 149: coffee cup saucer, for J.R. Chapman, 8/24/25;

                        DS 150/63: plateau, for Marshall Field & Co., 9/8/25;

            p. 154a: DS 151/73: goblet, for Harris Sartor, 10/2/25;

                        DS 152: [tray], “with map of U.S.A. illustrating incidents of journey,” for Black Starr & Frost, 10/22/25;

            p. 154b: DS 153/73: pitcher, for Harris Sarter [sic] Jewelry Co., 11/21/25;

                                    [Harris-Sartor Jewelry Co. was located in Lincoln, Nebraska];

                        DS 154/70: goblet, for Marshall Field & Co., 11/21/25;

                        DS 155: bon bon dish, 11/27/25;

                        DS 156: bowl, 11/27/25;

            p. 155a: DS 157: bowl, 11/27/25;

                        DS 158: bowl, 11/27/25;

                        DS 159: centerpiece and mesh, for C.W. Warren Co., 12/1/25;

            p. 155b: DS 160: sandwich plate, 12/1/25;

                        DS 161: pitcher, for Shreve & Co., 12/9/27.

            [remaining pages are blank]

 

 

 

Box 3: Drawings from Drawers 22-23: Dominick & Haff, and Reed & Barton

 

Folder 1: R & B A.D. Coffee Sets [Reed & Barton after dinner coffee sets] (acc. 2018x72.49a-g)

                        creams, sugars, coffee pots;

 

Folders 2-6: D&H A.D. Coffee Sets [Dominick & Haff after dinner coffee sets] (acc. 2018x72.50a-bbb):

                        creams, sugars, coffee pots, trays;

 

folders 7-8: R&B Almond & Bon Bon Dishes (acc. 2018x72.51a-aa):

                        Many of the designs in these folders are blueprints from the Designing Room;.

51a: three leaves design, dated June 1932;

                       

 

folders 9-11: D&H Almond & Bon Bon Dishes (acc. 2018x72.52a-fff):

                        .52g: sketch of handle for tableware and another sketch are on back;

                        .52h: various sketches on back, including candlestick, a bowl, and what might be trays; main sketch was pricked for transfer purposes;

                        .52i: card tray, but listed with almond and bon bon dishes; a rough sketch found on back; [a similar item is 2018x72.68a, with Miscellaneous Pieces];

                        .52q: sketches on back labeled A66H and A55H (main sketch is AH 994);

                        .52w: design with D&H materials, but paper is blind embossed “Property of Reed & Barton”;

 

Folders 12-13: Bouillon, Coffee cups and saucers, Ramekins, etc. (acc. 2018x72.53a-cc):

            Folder 12; bouillon cups and saucers;

            Folder 13: coffee cups and saucers;

                        .53n: labeled I.R. Chapman & Co.;

 

 

 

Box 4: Drawings from Drawers 22-23: Dominick & Haff, and Reed & Barton

 

Folders 1-3: No. 1 Bowls, A.H. 36-736 (acc. 2018x72.54a-rr)

                        .54c: a centerpiece;

                        .54L: not labeled a centerpiece, but the mesh section makes it one;

                        .54n: berry bowl, by C.C.S., dated 9-28-31;

                        .54q: initialed and dated; C.C.S., 12-19-29;

                        .54r: initialed and dated; C.C.S., 12-13-29;

                        .54t: on back: small sketch of a bowl;

                        .54rr: centerpiece, labeled centerbowl [i.e. centerpiece] & mesh

 

Folders 4-7: No. 2 Bowls, 825-4830 (acc. 2018x72.55a-bbb)

                        .55c: designs on back may be bleed-through from what on front;

                        .55d: addition sketches on back, but some possibly bleed-through from front;

                        .55f: berry bowl, initialed and dated: G.F., 10.22.31;

                        .55j: 9” bowl, initialed and dated: C.C.S., 8-6-31;

                        .55L: 9” bowl, initialed and dated: C.C.S., 1-18-29;

                        .55o: bowl, initialed and dated: C.C.S., 6-12-31;

                        .55p: 10” bowl, initialed and dated: C.C.S., 1-22-29;

                        .55ff: on back: circle divided into quarters;

                        .55gg: design on back may be bleed-through from what on front; small rough sketches also found; dated 3/19/14;

                        .55ii: dated 4/25/18;

                        .55kk: very rough sketches on back (more doodles, than sketches);

                        .55xx: [this drawing is folded];

 

Folder 8: No. 3 Bowls (acc. 2018x72.58a-k):

                        .58a-d: sherbets, no. A 502/80 and A 618/80 [two of each];

                        .58e: nappy, no. A 676/80;

                        .58f-i: bowls, nos. AH 36, AH 549/80, AH 580/80, AH 581/80;

                        .58j: Paul Revered reproduction bowl, from D&H chucks, no. SE 169;

                        .58k: bowl, Paul Revere style, labeled: ours, R&B

 

Folders 9-10: Bread and butter plates (acc. 2018x72.56a-u):

                        .56a: design to include Pro Patria seals;

                        .56h: with note: set bot by Smith;

                        .56L: initialed and dated: C.C.S., 7-16-29;

                        .56p: dated 12/19/12;

                        .56s: dated 5/4/17;

                        .56t-u: ordered by J.E. Caldwell [jewelry store]

 

Folders 11-14: No. 1 Children’s Goods (acc. 2018x2.57a-zz):

            Folder 11: Cups (.57a-cc);

                        .57b: dated 6.26.18; to include Pro Patria seal;

                        .57j: watercolor of child’s cup, gold in color, numbered Y62;

                        .57n: initialed F.E.A.;

            Folder 12: Bowls (.57dd-ii);

                        .57ee: initialed and dated: C.C.S., 5-13-31;

                        .57ff: includes Pro Patria seal;

            Folder 13: Porringers (.57jj-uu);

                        .57kk: includes Pro Patria seal;

                        .57qq-rr: includes a note, initialed and dated EK, 10/27/30;

            Folder 14: Plates (.57vv-zz)

                       

 

 

Box 5: Drawings from Drawers 22-23: Dominick & Haff, and Reed & Barton

 

Folders 1-5: No. 2 Children’s Goods (acc. 2018x2.59-.60):

            Folder 1: Cups (.59a-t);

                        .59a: Bunny cup: with rabbit engraved in bottom on cup; [matching bowl: .59u];

                        .59g: drawing initialed and dated C.C.S., 6-6-30; [see also .59y]

                        .59j: includes design of Man in the Moon;

                        .59o, q-r: like McC’s W2, W5, W6; [see also .59bb, .59gg]

                        .59t: etched with a girl’s pattern and a boy’s pattern;

            Folder 2: Bowls (.59u-gg);

                        .59u: bunny bowl, to match cup in .59a;

                        .59x: drawing initialed and dated C.C.S., 5-13-31;

                        .59y: drawing initialed and dated C.C.S., 6-6-30; [matches .59g];

                        .59z: shows circus parade to be embossed on bowl;

                        .59bb: similar to McC’s W2 [see also .59o];

                        .59gg: similar to McC’s W6 [see also .59r];

            Folder 3: Porringers (.59hh-rr);

                        .59hh: handle is figure of clown with a pig;

            Folder 4: Plates (.59ss-ggg)

                        .59xx: initialed and dated C.C.S., 6-9-30;

                        .59bbb-ccc: similar to McC’s W6 [see also .59r and .59gg];

            Folder 5: extra materials, including a price list, and drawings from this folder ) (.60a-h):

                        .60a-b: “The following is a brief outline of the new items that are to be developed in connection with the line of baby and child’s hollow ware….”  List dated April 15, 1931; the name Mr. Syms is typed at top; notes added;

                        .60c: more information about list above, dated May 12, 1931; initialed C.F. [for Charles T. Freer], name Mr. Syms typed at top of page;

                        .60d-e: handwritten list of “Drawings needed for Children’s Goods,” dated 4/17/31;

                        .60f: price list for Reed & Barton Baby and Child’s Hollow Ware,” April 13, 1931;

                        .60g: design with circus figures;

                        .60h: design with clowns and animals (rabbit, ducks, horse, dog);

 

Folder 6: Cigarette Holders [i.e. containers, but not boxes] (acc. 2018x72.61a-c):

                        .61a: holder in form of silk hat;

                        .61b: holder in form of garden urn;

                        .61c: holder in form of covered jar

 

Folders 7-8: Comports [sic, i.e. Compotes] (acc. 2018x72.62a-w)

                        .62e: note attached to drawing is initialed and dated ECK, Aug. 24-22;

                        .62L: cherry dish;

                        .62o: circular sketch on back; part of design was pricked, probably for transfer;

                        .62r: dated 5/25/11;

                        .62t: W.K. sketch, 5/27/15; apparently made for Marshall Field Co.;

                        .62u: WkSk, 12/13/12, apparently for Black, Starr & Frost;

                        .62v: WkSk 9/10/14;

                        .62w: WkSk 8/5/14;

 

Folders 9-11: D&H Dessert, Sugars & Creams (acc. 2018x72.63a-gg):

            Folder 9: Sugar bowls only (.63a-n):

                        .63f: on back: circle divided into quarters;

                        .63L: dated 2/22/39;

            Folder 10: Creamers only (.63o-y):

                        .63w: WkSk 1/6/13;

            Folder 11: both sugars and creamers on same sheet (.63z-gg):

                        .63ee: on back: sketch of a bowl with a lid;

 

Folders 12-13: R&B Dessert Sets, Sugar & Cream (acc. 2018x72.64a-y):

            Folder 12: (.64a-m)

                        .64a-d: sugar baskets A 205 and A 206, with glass linings (2 drawings of each);

                        .64e-f: sugar and cream, both initialed and dated G.F., 11.2.31;

                        .64h-i: sugar and cream, both initialed and dated C.C.S., 4-11-31;

            Folder 13: (.64n-y):

                        .64o: labeled dessert coffee, but this is creamer;

                        .64p-r: sugar baskets, of which two are noted as having glass linings;

                        .64t-u: sugar and cream both initialed C.C.S.

                        .64x-y: sugar and creamer; sugar is labeled Bailey Banks and Biddle, 1/25/19, with note to add deal of West Point; creamer is initialed F.E.A.

 

 

Folders 14-15: D&H Goblets, Cocktails, Drinking Cups, Etc. (acc. 2018x72.65a-z)

            Folder 14: (.65a-n):

                        .65a: cocktail cup, gilt inside;

                        .65c-d: goblets;

                        .65e: cocktail cup; also a sketch on back;

                        .65f-g: both labeled DS 128, .65f is drawing, and .65g is presentation watercolor;

                        .65i: dated 2/11/28, for Black, Starr & Frost;

                        .65j: Queen Anne goblet, for Jaccard Jewelry, 11/28/28;

                        .65k: “design sent to Taunton, 12/12/29”;

                        .65L: goblet, H & H [Hardy & Hayes?], Feb. 6/28;

                        .65n: cordial: with notes on back;

            Folder 15: (.65o-z)

                        .65o: whiskey;

                        .65p: could be high ball or tooth brush cup; notes on back;

                        .65r: stamped with date Sep 11, 1924;

                        .65s: goblet;

                        .65v: [for] M. James, 6/27/28

                        .65w: goblet;

                        .65y: for J.K. Lemon, 7/21/19;

                       

 

Folder 16: R&B Goblets, Cocktails, Drinking Cups, Etc. (acc. 2018x72.66a-s)

                        .66a-b: goblets;

                        .66c: highball cup, initialed and dated C.C.S., 8-19-31;

                        .66d: mint julep and high ball cups;

                        .66e: mint julep cup, initialed and dated C.C.S., 8-20-31;

                        .66h-i: mint julep cups; .66i was made for Victor Bogaert;

                        .66j-k: nested drinking cups; .66k initialed and dated C.C.S., 1-9-30;

                        .66L: cocktail cup, initialed and dated C.C.S., 9-23-30;

                        .66m: cocktail tumbler;

                        .66n-o: cocktail goblets; stem of .66n has a rooster; stem of .66o has an owl, and is dated Jan. 1933;

                        .66p-s: cocktail cups; .66p-q are same and are initialed and dated C.C.S., 5-1-29; .66s is initialed and dated C.C.S., 6-11-29;

 

Folder 17: Ice Cream Dishes & Plates (acc. 2018x72.67a-c):

                        .67a: dish with strainer or drain;

                        .67b: plate; work Sk 2/11/11, for Black Starr & Frost;

                        .67c: plate (so labeled, but side view shows it is a bowl)

 

 

 

Box 6: Drawings from Drawers 22-23: Dominick & Haff, and Reed & Barton

 

Folder 1: Miscellaneous pieces (acc. 2018x72.68a-i):

            .68a: card tray [see also 2018x72.52i: a similar card tray, but filed with bon bon dishes];

            .68b: marriage cup;

            .68c-f: tea strainers;

            .68g: kettle lamp, initialed and dated C.C.S., 7-30-30 [to keep contents of kettle warm];

            .68h: kettle lamp;

            .68i: candle cup construction;

 

Folders 2-4: Muffineers, Marmalade, Mayonnaise & Finger Bowls (acc, 2018x72.69a-nn):

            Folder 2: Muffineers and marmalade frames (.69a-i):

                        .69a-c: muffineers [similar to a sugar caster];

                        .69d: muffineer with matching pitcher;

                        .69e: muffiniere [muffineer];

                        .69f-h: marmalade jar covers;

                        .69i: marmalade frame;

            Folder 3: Mayonnaise bowls (.69j-x):

                        .69j: stamped with date May 25, 1922;

            Folder 4: Mayonnaise bowls (.69y-nn):

                        .69bb: initialed and dated G.F., 5-31;

                        .69ii: “from A.[?] Wall & Co.”;

                        .69jj: dated: W.D. 4/30/18, AB WD 12/20/21;

                        .69kk: initialed F.E.A.;

 

Folders 5-7: Pepper & Salts (acc. 2018x72.70a-pp)

            .70b: presentation watercolor of pepper shaker and salt bowl, DS 84 and DS 83;

            .70c-d: pencil drawing and presentation watercolor of pepper shaker and salt bowl, DS 198;

            .70o: 1034 pepper shaker, dated 1/31/16 [see also .70p-q];

            .70q: 1034 pepper shaker, traced by G.F., 10.5.31; [see also .70o-p];

.70r: 1034 open salt, dated WkSk 3/3/13 [see also .70s];

.70u: gouache drawing of pepper shaker and open salt, 1074 and 1057, dated 1/25/16;

.70aa: pepper shaker, no. 1128, dated 12/16/21;

.70pp: pepper shaker and open salt, SX 8104, for Hardy & Hayes, 4/28/20;

 

Folders 8-9: No. 1 D&H Sandwich Plates (acc. 2018x72.71a-bb)

            .71a: original folder cover, with small sketches; [no other original covers were retained];

            .71e: rough sketch on back;

            .71i: blueprint with rough sketch on back;

            .71j: blueprint with calculations on back;

            .71v: with note “return with sample to Mr. Syms”;

            .71x: initialed and dated C.C.S., 8-19-31;

            .71aa: dated Jan. 1933;

 

Folders 10-12: No. 2 R&B Sandwich Plates (acc. 2018x72.72a-LL)

            .72a: initialed and dated J.F., 10-7-1938;

            .72b: initialed and dated J.F., 9-27-1938;

            .72c: initialed and dated L.C., 1-2-1941;

            .72d: initialed and dated J.F., 9-8-1938; with note: embossed medallion & piercing done at Goodwin & Gregory;

            .72e: initialed and dated J.F., 9-12-1938; with same note as on .72d;

            .72f: initialed and dated J.F., 12-10-1938;

            .72g: initialed and dated J.F., 5-29-1940;

            .72h: initialed and dated J.F., 8-12-1938;

            .72i: initialed and dated J.F., 8-19-1938;

            .72j: initialed and dated J.F., 12-9-1938;

            .72k: initialed and dated J.F., 6-25-1940;

            .72cc: photograph mounted on board, broken into two pieces; rough sketch on back;

            .72dd: photo of same plate as in .72bb, photo cut into 6 pieces and mounted on paper, design available as bowl or plate;

            .72gg: dated W.D. 5/23/16;

            .72LL: page from catalog, photo of 3 sandwich trays, ¾ size;

 

Folder 13: Service & Dinner Plates (acc. 2018x72.73a-e):

            .73a: service plate, initialed and dated J.F., 3-7-1939;

            .73b: service plate, working sketch, 4/29/08;

            .73e: wksk [working sketch] 12/11/11;

 

Folder 14: Shells (acc. 2018x72.74a-n):

            .74a-b: drawings are folded; both include front and size views; rough sketch on back of b;

            .74c: also folded drawing, with front and side views, stamped with name of Howard & Co., New York; Dominick & Haff also written on the paper;

            .74d: wksk 8/1/13; rough sketch on back;

            .74e: another folded drawing, with front and side views;

            .74f-g: both no. 1524; labeled bon bon;

            .74h-i: no. 1525, labeled bowl (same pattern as no. 1524);

            .74j: shell bon bon, S.E. 299, January 1933;

            .74k: shell epergne, S.E. 300, Jan. 1933;

            .74L: bon bon , S.E. 301, Jan. 1933;

            .74m: olive or relish, from S.E. 253 D&H;

            .74n: bon bon, initialed and dated C.C.S., 12-22-31;

 

Folder 15: Sherbets & Parfaits (acc. 2018x72.75a-s):

            .75a: gouache drawing of a sherbet, DS 234;

            .75b: stamped Dominick & Haff, initialed F.E.A.;

            .75d: with note mentioning Mr. Maule;

            .75i: gouache drawing of plate for A490 sherbet, numbered DS 166, “Bryants” at top;

            .75j: sherbet on front, part was glass; sketch of plate rim on back;

            .75k: including glass lining;

            .75L: dated W.D. 11/20/17;

            .75m: signed and dated E.O. Rejanniet[?], 6/5/19;

            .75o: sherbet cup, initialed and dated C.C.S., 11-26-29;

            .75p-q: parfaits;

            .75r-s: parfait DS 317, initialed and dated C.C.S., 5-2-29;

 

 

Box 7: Ecclesiastical Goods [these were together in a folder]

 

Folders 1-2: Chalices (acc. 2018x72.76a-u):

            .76a: watercolor of chalice No. 2 (with paten behind it);      

            .76b: pen and ink drawing of #2 (with paten to go on top);

            .76c: watercolor of chalice no. 4, with pencil sketch of paten and outline of base;

            .76d: pen and ink drawing of #4 [not same as in .76c];

            .76e: pen and ink drawings of #5;

.76f-g: pen and ink drawings of #6;

.76h: chalice #10, with paten on top;

.76i: chalice #12, with colored detail; paten suspended above, and plan of base, for J.E. Caldwell & Co;

.76j-k: chalice #21 and chalice #22, with patens suspended above;

.76L: watercolor of chalice and paten, SX 7221, with label of J.E. Caldwell & Co.;

            .76m: chalice #3, with paten or alms basin;

            .76n: 3” high chalice, with outline of base, for J.E. Caldwell & Co.;

            .76o-p: two pencil drawings, not labeled;

            .76q: pencil drawing of chalice, with paten, labeled A;

            .76r-s: two pencil drawings, labeled A and B; found clipped together;

            .76t: chalice and paten, dated 16 Dec. 1914;

            .76u: list of what was supposed to be in folder [not all drawings were found];

 

Folder 3: Ciboria (acc. 2018x72.77a-i):

            .77a: list of what was in original folder;

            .77b: pencil drawing with gold highlights;

            .77c: gouache drawing, with red highlight, of ciboria and base, for J.E. Caldwell & Co.;

            .77d: watercolor, with pencil outline of base; a company name has been trimmed off;

            .77e: an ind. [individual?] communion set: chalice, paten, an unknown item, and a flagon;

            .77f: ciborium, with five sketches of different engraved designs;

            .77g: a watercolor of a ciborium with jewels;

            .77h: includes plan of base;

            .77i: no. 11214, with plan of foot

 

Folder 4: Communion tray (acc. 2018x72.78)

 

Folder 5: Flagons, cruets, etc. (acc. 2018x72.79a-f) (additional pieces in oversize folder):

            .79a: watercolor of flagon and perforated spoon;

            .79b: flagon;

            .79c: flagon No. 3; rough sketch on back;

            .79d: flagon and chalice, with paten on top;

            .79e: silver flagon, des. no. 112009;

            .79f: flagon, NO. 52515 A, with plans of body and foot;

 

Folder 6: Miscellany (acc. 2018x72.80a-d):

            .80a-b: designs;

            .80c: vase? no. 22415;

            .80d: photograph, label on back: Cleveland Cathedral, O., paten for Page chalice, photograph by Herbert Wheaton Congdon;

 

 

 

Box 8: drawings arranged by form (acc. 2018x72.81-.98)

            [Note: these drawings were not in folders when the collection was acquired, and the numbers on the drawings do not seem to be product numbers]

 

Folders 1-2: Bon Bon Dishes (acc. 2018x72.81a-w):

            .81a: designed by Lafferty;

            .81b-h: designed by Rodgers;

            .81v: Revere shape, with piercing used by Revere

            .81w: the name Miller is written in pencil, perhaps the designer;

 

Folder 3: Book plate for Sinclair Weeks (acc. 2018x72.82)

            [Weeks was president of Reed & Barton for a number of years.]

 

Folder 4: Bouillon & Soup Cups (acc. 2018x72.83a-c):

            .83a: “sent Taunton Aug. 27, for Hardy & Hayes”; [see also .87k];

            .83b: labeled Geiger & Ament, 8/22/28;

            .83c-d: 8 and 10 oz. soup cups

 

Folder 5: Children’s goods (acc. 2018x72.84a-j):

            .84a: bowl, designed by Lafferty, marked R&B;

            .84b-e: cups, two in Revere style;

            .84f-g: cups designed by Cayer;

            .84h: bowl and plate, designed by Cayer;

            .84i: bowl decorated with a squirrel;

            .84j: porringer designed by Lafferty;

 

Folder 6: Cigarette boxes and smoking paraphernalia (acc. 2018x72.85a-f):

            .85a: not labeled, but appears to be matchbox holder and matching ashtray;

            .85b: smoker’s set (cigarette holder and ashtray, both with wooden handles), designed by Rodgers; [see also .126gg: creamer and sugar set in same form]

            .85c: cigarette box;

            .85d: cigarette chest [box in form of two drawer chest of drawers];

            .85e: wash drawing: cigarette box with sliding cover [to resemble deck of cards];

            .85f: watercolor: box for 50 cigarettes, specifically for Old Gold Cigarettes, with a railroad boxcar as part of the design;

 

Folders 7-8: Compotes (acc. 2018x72.86a-w):

            .86a: folded so as to show with taller and shorter stems;

            .86b: tall compote C; marked: Out;

            .86c-d: gouache drawings of suggestions for short line;

            .86f: from S.E. 254 D&H;

            .86g: Art Deco style;

            .86j: dated 5-8-46, with note: suspended, J[illegible]M;

            .86L-m: these two were found pinned together, presumably m is an alternate decoration for that found on L;

            .86n-p; designs by Cayer;

            .86q; design by Watson;

            .86r-v; designs by Lafferty;

            .86w; design by Miller [name stamped under Remarks];

 

Folder 9: Cups (acc. 2018x72.87a-m):

            .87a: two-handled cup;

            .87b: a loving cup, two cups with one handle, and a candlestick or a stem for something like a compote;

            .87c: two-handled cup with flowers and a cross;

            .87d: one-handled cup, W.D. 1/19/20, with one set made for Basker[?] of [illegible] and another set for Black Starr & Frost;

            .87e: one-handled cup;

            .87f: one-handled cup sitting on something;

            .87g: one-handled cup, “finished drawing to Taunton then send Saml Kirk”; on back: sketches of details of something;

            .87h-i: cocktail cups;

            .87j: punch cup for Paul Revere bowls, “hold for B line”;

            .87k: “sent Taunton Aug. 27, for Hardy & Hayes”; [see also .83a];

            .87L: cup for Bullard Bros., 12/31/27 [possibly a bouillon cup];

            .87m: coffee cup and saucer, June 27, ’18;

 

Folder 10: Goblets (acc. 2018x72.88a-j):

            .88a: “a good goblet”;

            .88b: goblet with Hepplewhite mount on foot”;

            .88c-d: water goblets;

            .88h: watercolor of golden goblet, dated on back: Dec. 16, 1925;

            .88i: dated Jan. 24/29, “finished drawing sent to Taunton … and to be sent to one of [illegible] customers[?];

            .88j: signed and dated G.F. Johnson, April 10/17;

 

Folder 11: Ice Buckets and Ice Tubs (acc. 2018x72.89a-d):

            .89a-c: ice tub frames

            .89d: ice tub

 

Folder 12: Orange Juice Holders (acc. 2018x72.90a-b)

 

Folder 13: Plates: Bread and Butter Plates, and a Butter Dish (acc. 2018x72.91a-e):

            .91a: gouache drawing;

            .91b: for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Oct. 26, 1927;

            .91c: bread and butter plate altered to dessert plate;

            .91e: glass-lined butter dish, English, imported [in form of a shell];

 

Folder 14: Porringers and Basins (acc. 2018x72.92a-d):      

.92a: porringer, handle shows frog under a mushroom;

            .92b: porringer, handle is a bear;

            .92c: porringer, handle is a squirrel;

            .92d: porringer, “see Mr. Rivard”;

 

Folder 15: Salt and Pepper Shakers (acc. 2018x72.93a-i):

                        [possibly some are muffinners or sugar casters]

            .93a: wash drawing of shaker;

            .93b: two shakers;

            .93c: four shakers and a shape; on back: two coffee pots;

            .93d-e: shakers designed by Rodgers;

            .93f-g: shakers designed by Watson;

            .93h: four shakers, designed by Lafferty;

            .93i: pepper shaker and open salt, for Nelson & Sons, Madison, Wis., Dec. 3/28;

 

Folder 16: Serving dishes: Covered Jar; and Almond, Cracker, Olive and Lemon Dishes (acc. 2018x72.94a-k):

            .94a: covered jar, designed by Lafferty, 4.11.40;

            .94b-f: almond dishes (c: old La Salle; d: shell-shape; e: old Contempora; f: almond dish or ash tray, dated 8/15/38);

            .94g-h: cracker plate and cracker dish;

            .94i: olive dish;

            .94j: lemon dish, “gilt in lieu of lining,” with a lemon fork;

            .94k: lemon dish with removable glass lining;

 

Folder 17: Sherbets and Sundae Stands (acc. 2018x72.95a-f):

            .95a; sherbet, gouache drawing, name on back: Arthur A. Everts;

            .95b: sherbet, request from Taunton Oct. 22, for Arthur A. Everts Co., sent Oct. 23;

.95c: sherbet, gouache drawing; dish apparently has glass lining;

            .95d: sherbet cup;

            .95e: sherbet cup, for Bailey Banks & Biddle, sent to Taunton for estimate;

            .95f: sundae stand for New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad;

 

Folder 18: Tankards (acc. 2018x72.96a-c):

            .96a: presumably bodies for different size tankards, with initials J.P.R. written on sheet;

            .96b: tankard, showing more details of handle than body;

            .96c: tankard, in white metal, pewter finish with glass bottom;

 

Folder 19: Tea strainers (acc. 2018x72.97a-j):

            .97a-g: all these are drawn on the back of Pending Order Copy forms; many of the strainer handles have diamond designs; the orders were for a variety of flatware and serving dishes;

            .97h-j: each sheet has two designs on it, lettered A-F, showing various handle designs;

 

Folder 20: Tureens, Casserole, and Vegetable Dishes (acc. 2018x72.98a-g):

            .98a: banquet tureen, 72 oz., N.E. 269;

            .98b: tureen, 40 oz., $26.00;

            .98c-d: tureens and plates

            .98e: casserole, 8 oz.

.98f-g: vegetable dishes with lids

 

 

 

Box 9: drawings arranged by form (acc. 2018x72.99-.129)

            [Note: these drawings were not in folders when the collection was acquired, and the numbers on the drawings do not seem to be product numbers]

 

Folder 1: Bread trays (acc. 2018x72.99a-L):

            .99a: dated 21 March 1916, drawn by [squiggle];

            .99e: out, 5-8-46, JTM[?];

            .99f-g: designed by Cayer;

 

Folder 2: possibly Bread trays (acc. 2018x72.100a-f)

            These are not labeled, but resemble the items labeled as bread trays.

 

Folder 3: Gravy and Sauce Boats (acc. 2018x72.101a-g):

            .101a-b: gravy boats and trays, designed by Cayer;

            .101c: gouache drawing of gravy boat and tray, decorated with grapes;

            .101d: gravy boat and tray;

            .101e: gouache presentation drawing of sauce boat and tray;

            .101f: sauce boat;

            .101g: not labeled whether gravy or sauce boat;

 

Folder 4: more than one form pictured (acc. 2018x72.102a-L):

            .102a: chiefly a plate, but also a fork and a pitcher;

            .102b: finely done pencil drawing of pitcher and tray;

            .102c: bowl on tray, with two views of a serving spoon;

            .102d-e: wash drawings of shell-shaped raviar, celery, nuts, bon bon, etc. dishes;

            .102f-g: two unlabeled drawings, but of same form as in .102d-e;

            .102h: matching set of bowl, bon bon dish, and sandwich plate;

            .102i: console set: bowl on stand with candlestick (grape design);

            .102j: wash drawing of bowl with two candlesticks, probably considered a console set;

            .102k: appears to be bowl and candlestick, “shape adapted from ancient pyxis,” part to be of Bakelite; drawing with initials TLG [not necessarily in that order]; [see also .135m – bowl from kylix, also initialed TLG];

            .102L: labeled large gravy boat tray, but shows part of a bowl or tureen and part of a tray;

 

Folders 5-6: Pitchers (acc. 2018x72.103a-aa)

            .103a-p: water pitchers;         

            .103q-s: water pitchers designed by Cayer;

            .103t-a: pitchers;

            .103aa: wash drawing of sterling pitcher, with pencil view from top;

 

Folder 7: Pitchers, possibly from Dominick & Haff (acc. 2018x72.104a-L)

            All these were found in the same folder, and possibly came from Dominick & Haff.

            .104L: water pitcher.

 

Folder 8: Plates: Lunch Plates, Lunch Dishes (acc. 2018x72.105a-b):

            .105a: luncheon plate, dated 5-18-37; additional sketch on back;

            .105b: Dutch lunch dish, “out, 5-8-46, JHM”

 

Folder 9: Plates: Service Plates (acc. 2018x72.106a-d):

            .106a: “to match sample bread & butter plate from Caldwell of Philadelphia, Jan. 15/30”;

            .106d: designed by Rodgers;

 

Folder 10: Plates: possibly service or sandwich plates (acc. 2018x72.107a-n):

            .107a: two square plates or dishes;

            .107b: blueprint;

            .107d: “made by Elmore”; [see also .132u, bowl made by Elmore];

            .107e-f: R&B, designed by Miller;

 

Folder 11: Plates: various flat plates and dishes (acc. 2018x72.108a-j):

            .108b-e: all have pierced borders;

            .108f: oblong dish with wavy design in middle;

            .108g: scroll handle, “out, 5/9/24, JHM”

            .108h: another scroll handle;

            .108i: gouache drawing, dish with pineapple handles;

            .108j: larger version of dish with pineapple handles, but a pencil drawing, not gouache; dated April 21/1943;

 

Folder 12: Plates: Sandwich Plates (acc. 2018x72.109a-L):

            .109a-c: initialed C [possibly for designer Cayer?]

            .109d: initialed T [for designer Turner?];

            .109f-g: to be mechanically decorated & pierced;

            .109i: “pierce flat and dap or spin”;

           

Folder 13: Plates: Sandwich Plates designed by Cayer (acc. 2018x72.110a-h)

 

Folder 14: Plates: Sandwich Plates designed by Lafferty (acc. 2018x72.111a-g)

 

Folder 15: Plates: Sandwich Plates designed by Miller or Rodgers (acc. 2018x72.112-.113a-c)

            .112: designed by Miller;

            .113a-c: designed by Rodgers; .113c was considered to be “bold modern décor”;

 

Folder 16: Plates: Sandwich Plates designed by Turner (acc. 2018x72.114a-L)

            .114a-e: wash drawings on blue paper, all marked “OK, JHM, 5-18-43”:

            .114f: “sandwich plate with tabs” in form of shells

 

Folder 17: Plates: Sandwich Plates designed by Watson (acc. 2018x72.115a-d)

 

Folder 18: Plates: Sandwich Plates with coordinating bowls (acc. 2018x72.116a-j)

                        [see also: Salad Bowls with matching Sandwich Plates]

            .116e: also for bon bon dish;

            .116f-g: also for chop dish; .116f labeled #7;

            .116i: also for bon bon dish, labeled #4;

            .116j: labeled “not our make”;

 

Folder 19: Plates: Sandwich Plates with coordinating bowls, with designers’ names (acc. 2018x72.117-.121)

            .117a-c: by Cayer;

            .118: by Lafferty

            .119: by Rodgers;

            .120a-c: by Turner;

            .121a-b: by Watson, although .121b is marked “all Watson Co.,” so these may be designs for Watson Co. rather than designs by Watson

 

Folder 20: Salad Bowls with matching Sandwich Plates (acc. 2018x72.122a-d)

                        [see also: Plates: Sandwich Plates with coordinating bowls]

            .122a-d: all designed by Watson

 

Folder 21: Salad Plates, Bowls, and Dishes (acc. 2018x72.123a-e):

            .123a: salad plate;

            .123b: labeled “ind. [individual] salad bowls,” but also indicates placement of orange juice glass and fruit cup;

            .123c: salad dish, designed by Cayer;

            .123d: salad dish, designed by Lafferty;

            .123e: salad dish, designed by Rodgers

 

Folder 22: Blueprints with details of construction of tea and coffee sets (acc. 2018x72.124a-m):

            .124a: stand pin & joint pin for kettle;

            .124b: ebony knob for coffee, tea, sugar and tea kettle;

            .124c-d: knob top and knob nut for coffee, tea, sugar and tea kettle;

            .124e-g: ebony handle, one each for coffee, tea, and tea kettle;

            .124h: knob support for coffee, tea, sugar and tea kettle;

            .124i-j: lamp ring, and stand pin chain & chain anchor, for tea kettle stand;

            .124k: joint, for coffee, tea, and tea kettle

            .124L: joint & joint pin, for tea kettle & stand;

            .124m: kettle lamp details

 

Folder 23: Teapots (acc. 2018x72.125a-g):

            .125a: design “from china pot brought in by Al. Dumoulin”;

            .125d: inverted pear, Paul Reveres, circa 1765, also Jacob Hurd;

            .125f: designed by Turner;

            .125g: designed by Lafferty

 

Folders 24-26: Creamer and Sugar sets (acc. 2018x72.126a-mm):

            .126a-b: cream and sugar, on separate sheets; wash drawings;

            .126c-d: cream and sugar, on separate sheets; wash drawings;

            .126e-f: cream and sugar, A, George II, circa 1754, on separate sheets; wash drawings;

            .126g-i: sets marked with letter C;

            .126j-k: cream and sugar, classic Georgian, F, on separate sheets; wash drawings;

            .126L-m: sets marked with letters H and I; .126m labeled Portsmouth, late 17s;

            .126p: Queen Anne set, wash drawing;

            .126q-r: cream and sugar, on separate sheets; wash drawings;

            .126s-t: cream and sugar, on separate sheets; pencil sketches;

            .126u: A.D. [after dinner] cream and sugar;

            .126y-cc: designs initialed L [these may have been done by Lafferty]; y-z are creamer and sugar for #I; aa-bb are a dessert set;

            .126dd-ff: sets designed by Lafferty; dd and ee are dessert sets;

            .126gg: designed by Rodgers, creamer has wooden handle; [see also .85b: smoker’s set in same form]

            .126hh-LL: designed by Turner; ii: Georgian; jj: Empire; kk: early American; LL: Old Maryland;

            .126mm: creamer from Salem, 1755-56; with sugar to harmonize;

 

Folder 27: Sugar bowls (no matching creamers) (acc. 2018x72.127a-g):

            .127a: sugar basket, glass lined, signed T, “hold 3/10/38”;

            .127b-d: sugar baskets, all signed with a T inside a cat’s head;

            .127e-g: sugar bowls; .127f is a modern design;

 

Folder 28: Creamers (no matching sugar bowls) (acc. 2018x72.128a-d):

            .128c-d: wash drawings of similar creamers

 

Folder 29: Vases (acc. 2018x72.129a-c):

            .129b: decorated with peacock feather;

            .129c: centre [sic] vase

           

 

Box 10: drawings arranged by form; plus an engraving (acc. 2018x72.130-.137 and .42)

            [Note: these drawings were not in folders when the collection was acquired, and the numbers on the drawings do not seem to be product numbers]

 

Folder 1: Engraving: Reed & Barton’s Centennial Exhibit at Philadelphia, 1876, two copies (acc. 2018x72.42a-b)

 

            Probably a later strike, not from 1876; the copperplate for this is acc. 2018x72.41 (in box 2)

 

Folder 2: Baked Apple Dishes (acc. 2018x72.130a-d):

            .130a-b: wash drawings of 6 and 7 section baked apple dishes;

            .130d: designed by Rodgers, est. 5/9/40 [crossed out]

 

Folder 3: Baskets and Cake Baskets (acc. 2018x72.131a-e):

            .131a: cake basket, initialed T;

            .131b-c: baskets, initialed C;

            .131d-e: initialed M

 

Folders 4-5: Bowls: flat bottoms (ac. 2018x72.132a-aa):

            .132a: bowl (or dish) with partition and liner;

            .132p: design in middle of bowl (spoons and broom?) with initials BTC;

            .132s: bowl with handle, and small extra sketches;

            .132u: “made by Elmore”; [see also .107d, plate made by Elmore];

            .132v: Salem bowl, designed by Lafferty and Turner;

            .132w-x: designs by Lafferty;

            .132y-aa; designs by Miller;

 

Folder 6: Bowls: Mayonnaise, Berry, and Fruit Bowls and Dishes  (acc. 2018x72.133a-L):

            .133a-b: mayonnaise bowls designed by Lafferty;

            .133c: double mayonnaise bowl;

            .133d: mayonnaise bowl, “suspended 5-7-46, JHM”;

            .133e-g: mayonnaise bowls;

            .133h: child’s or mayonnaise bowl;

            .133i: berry bowl [spelled beery bowl], decorated with strawberries and raspberries;

            .133j-L: fruit dishes; .133k is dated 5/8/46; .133L is wash drawing, with penciled detail of its grapevine border;

 

Folder 7: Bowls: Oblong (acc. 2018x72.134a-e):

            .134b: light pencil sketch of bowl, but includes sketches of details;

            .134c: “hold, 4/11/40”; designed by Miller;

            .134d: gouache drawing;

 

Folders 8-10: Bowls on feet or stands; and Paul Revere, Nut, Bacon, and Potato Chip Bowls and Dishes (acc. 2018x72.135a-bb):

                        [see separate folder for Paul Revere bowls);

            .135f: “sent to Taunton, Feb. 21/29, for Bagley & Co., Duluth, Minn.;

            .135h: dated May 26, 1922;

            .135i: designed by Turner, shows variations in handles; “out, 5/9/46, JHM”;

            .135j: dated Feb. 1/24;

            .135L: bowl to match #600 candelara [sic];

            .135m: bowl from kylix, 6th century B.C., with initials TLG; [see also .102k, also initialed TLG and based on ancient Greek form]

           

.135t: Paul Revere bowl, with name Gebelein;

.135u: Paul Revere bowl;

            .135v: decorated Paul Revere bowl, with pineapples;

            .135w-y: chased Paul Revere bowls, all dated 3/10/38;

            .135z: nut bowl;

            .135aa: bacon dish;

            .135bb: potato chip & nut dish

 

Folder 11: Candelabras and Candlesticks: one or two lights (acc. 2018x72.136a-L):

            .136a-i: single light candlesticks;

.136c is Georgian in style;

.136i: to match W.E. 817, dated May 17, 1937;

            .136j: two- or four-light candelabras (2 lights shown, with sketch for 4 lights);

            .136k-L: two-light candelabra designed by Watson

 

Folder 12: Candelabras and Candlesticks: three and more lights (acc. 2018x72.137a-t):

            .137a: “candlestick with or without arms,” showing 3 lights;

            .137b: rough half-drawing of three-light candelabra; (folded drawing);

            .137c-m: three-light candelabras:

                        .137h-k: just the arms and candle cups, showing variations B-E;

                        .137m: made of Bakelite and silver, can convert to 2-lights; initialed TLG, watercolor drawing;

                        .137n: blueprint;

            .137o-p: three- or five-light candelabras; .137o has plans showing layout for different numbers of lights;

            .137q: four branch four-light candelabra, with details in color; sketch of plan included;

            .137r: four- or five-light candelabra, with three plans (one for 4-light, two for 5-light), with highlights in color;

            .137s: Dionne Cluster candelabra, showing four lights, but from the name was probably a five-light candelabra; dated 8-14-37; highlights in color;

            .137t: five-light candelabra, with highlights in color;

 

Folder 13: Chop Dishes (acc. 2108x72.138a-b):

            .138a: not labeled but same form as chop dishes found elsewhere;

            .138b: “comb. [combination] chop & baking dish”

 

 

 

Box 11: drawings arranged by form (acc. 2018x72.139-.146), and

drawings of pewter (acc. 2018x72.147)

            [Note: these drawings arranged by form were not in folders when the collection was acquired, and the numbers on the drawings do not seem to be product numbers; drawings of pewter have numbers, and are in this box because of size]

 

Folders 1-3: Coffee Pots (acc. 2018x72.139a-rr)

            .139a-c: office forms from which drawings have become detached;

            .139d-g: views from side and from top;

            .139h: for Charles W. Warren & Co., Detroit;

            .139i: with inscription: Presented by the University Mothers’ Association, May 3, 1941;

.139j: “for Hotel Bossert”;

            .139L: “drawn for R&B, August 1927”;

            .139n: pear-shaped;

            .139o: W.M. room;

            .139p: “Grogan – no. number”;

            .139r-u: these have touches of color;

            .139bb: wash drawing;

            .139dd: sketches of ten coffee pots and some kind of bowl;

            .139ee: watercolor of coffee pot; in back: sketch of spoon(?) handle;

            .139pp-qq: watercolors on boards

            .139rr: coffee pot, with number 925 penciled in

 

Folder 4: Coffee pots: no. 1-14 through 14-14 (acc. 2018x72.140a-L)

            Numbers 1-7 and 1-9 are missing.  It is not known what the numbers mean, but these were found in a folder together.

Most of the drawings have little touches of color.

 

Folder 5: Coffee pots: with names or initials of designers (acc. 2018x72.141a-o)

            .141a: initialed design: CD[?];

            .141b-c: stamped Cayer;

            .141d-o: stamped Turner

 

Folder 6: Coffee pots: “Decorated H.W.” (acc. 2018x72.142a-q)

[These came from two folders; contents of one folder were marked “new”; contents of other folder were not marked, but the folder itself was labeled “Old.”]

            .142a-h: labeled New; many also include the body tool plan;

            .142i: not labeled, but was in folder with New drawings;

            .142j-p: from folder labeled Old:

            .142q: folder cover, with two small sketches of coffee pots on it

 

Folder 7: Coffee pots: “Sterling H.W.” (acc. 2018x72.143a-q)

            [These were in a folder together; one drawing is a teapot which matches a coffee pot design; one design does have a product number but was kept with the folder.]

            .143a-c: designs stamped Cayer; .142a is labeled as matching Fragrance; .142b matches Windsor line and has a note dated 5/9/46; and .142c matches line 958;

            .143d: stamped Rodgers, “after an old English coffeepot made in 1735”;

            .143j-k: matching coffee and teapots;

            .143p: W.E. 1290; with note dated and initialed 5/9/46, JHM;

            .143q: folder cover, with two small sketches of coffee pots on it

 

Folder 8: Designs and unknown objects (acc. 2018x72.144a-LL):

            .144a: emphasis is on handle, attached to a bowl;

            .144b: two tall cups;

            .144c: various engraving patterns, shown on a plate, with other small sketches, some notes, and sketches of a vase and body of a coffee pot;

            .144d: folded drawing with two design sketches;

            .144e-f: designs shown on rim of plate or tray;

            .144g-h: two boards, each with two designs, both stamped Turner; .144g has patterns labeled Chippendale pie crust and Renaissance; designs on .144h are not labeled;

            .144i: screw;

            .144j: designs labeled #2 and #3;

            .144k: engraved inscription: International Geneva Association Boston Branch;

            .144L: flowery initials;

            .144m: inscription: Winners;

            .144n: fish;

            .144o: pattern for handle, partially pricked;

            .144p1-2: coat of arms for Dowse of Morecrest, Co. Hants, 1623, from Edward Green, Somerset Herald, Heralds College, Feb. 1912, with note: Mr. Dowse – coat of arms – originals (this note written on back of price list);

            .144q: iceboat, probably design for a trophy;

            .144r: partial design, perhaps for a knife handle;

            .144s: various design sketches;

            .144t: engraving or cutwork design; on back: rough sketch of lamp;

            .144u: partial outline, probably of a coffee pot, dated Oct. 23/23;

            .144v: decorative design drawing;

            .144w: the word Inscription;

            .144x: probably plan for a base;

            .144y: sketch of something;

            .144z: winged nude female figure hovering over a town;

            .144aa: seems to be a basket handle;

            .144bb-cc: outlines of decorative designs; .144cc labeled D687, with an illegible word;

            .144dd: design with face of a mythical animal;

            .144ee: picture frame or outline of a plaque;

            .144ff: sketches on front and back;

            .144gg: various designs, one labeled United States of America;

            .144hh: outline of what appears to be a vase, but the words Tea Blocking appear, and the item is to be in pewter;

            .144ii: cartouche;

            .144jj: something with a tube; includes side view;

            .144kk: remnants of a drawing, attached to a backing; most of the drawing has been torn off the backing (possibly rest of drawing is in another folder, but no attempt was made to find it; acc. 2018x72.227g almost fits, but not quite);

            .144LL: monogram TSC inside a cartouche;

 

Folder 9: Flatware and ladles (acc. 2018x72.145a-j):

            .145a: La Splendide small and large salad forks (chiefly outline, little decoration);

            .145b: L’Elegante salad fork, for A. Krantheim, Muskegon, Michigan;

            .145c: handle for fork or spoon;

            .145d: outlines for two forks, two knives, and a knife blade;

            .145e: dessert knife and fork and teaspoon, all with bird on handle;

            .145f: two forks, a knife; with name H. Stadler; and outline of a seated man;

            .145g: gravy ladle;

            .145h-i: punch ladles, A-F (three per sheet);

            .145j: punch ladle with horse head and horseshoe on handle;

 

Folder 10: Glass and silver pieces (acc. 2018x72.146a-l):

            .146a: crystal lined coffee cup;

            .146b: lemon dish; not labeled glass and silver, but coordinates with pieces which are so labeled;

            .146c-d: glass sandwich plates; .146c specifies silver base;

            .146e-g: glass and silver compotes;

            .146h-i: glass salad dishes;

            .146j: glass and silver canapé tray;

            .146k-l: details showing glass cutting;

 

Folders 11-14: Pewter, WE 1-5599, and some with no numbers (2018x72.147a-dd):

            .147a-d: matching set:

.147a: WE 66: almond dish, dated 7/21/31;

                        .147b: WE 68: mayonnaise bowl;      

                        .147c: WE 69: bowl;

                        .147d: WE 70: sandwich plate;

            .147e: WE 91: mayonnaise bowl, to match a sugar;

            .147f: WE 92: chop dish, to have a glass relish lining;

            .147g-i: WE 123, WE 124, WE 125: blueprints of comports;

            .147j-k: WE 166, WE 170: pewter vases or crocks;

            .147L: WE 253, WE 254, WE 256: small shallow bowls, sheet dated 5-13-33; wash drawings;

            .147m: 262: muffineer [found with pewter drawings, although lacks WE prefix and is not noted as being pewter];

            .147n: WE 289: fruit bowl, with butterflies, dated Friday night, Sept. 15;

            .147o-p: # 500 pewter almond dish and bon bon; gouache drawings;

            .147q-r: no. 500: mayonnaise bowl and candy compote; bowl initialed and dated C.C.S., 10-22-30; compote initialed and dated C.C.S., 3-26-31;

            .147s: no. 925: candlestick, initialed and dated C.C.S., 1-16-30;

            .147t: no. 1018: goblet; initialed and dated C.C.S., 6-16-31;

            .147u-v: #1824 coffee pot and pitcher, gouache drawings, initialed M;

            .147w: No. 3525: dinner plate;

            .147x: #5590: details of handle, attached to tankard or pot; initialed M;

            .147y-z: sugar and creamer to match R-35, gouache drawings, initialed M;

            .147aa: pepper and salt shaker;

            .147bb-cc: almond and bon bon dishes; .147bb has designs with three-leaf clovers;

            .147dd: candlestick, with detail of base;

 

 

Box 12: Drawings by form (acc. 2018x72.148-.151, .161-.164), blueprints for door (acc. 2018x72.152), and “items to match” (acc. 2018x72.153-.160):

 

Folder 1: Furniture (acc. 2018x72.148a-f):

            .148a-b: no. 5616A and 5616B: water colors: two different styles of cache Jacobean, for Cady & Olmstead, “not made”;

            .148c: no. 41715B: watercolor of sideboard or buffet, William and Mary style;

            .148d: no. 112715: cabinet, in Sheraton or Hepplewhite style, “not made”;

            .148e: a long table, possibly a desk, but also possibly a display cabinet for a store;

            .148f: a cabinet with drawers;

 

Folder 2: Meat dishes, meat platters (acc. 2018x72.149a-p):

            .149a: cover for meat dish;

            .149b: meat dish, ok’ed by JHM, given to Miss McCarty for records;

            .149c: meat dish with well, for Black Starr & Frost;

            .149d-e: well patterns for meat dishes;

            .149f: well & tree, “hold, 3/3/39,” with additional notes;

            .149g: well & tree meat dish, “accepted, 10/18/37,” with additional notes;

            .149h: meat dish with tree well, “hold, 7/20/30”;

            .149i: meat dish, “hold, 10/11/39”;

            .149j: meat dish, “hold, 2/25/38,” with variations in pattern;

            .149k: meat platter;

            .149L: meat dish, “hold, 11/10/39”;

            .149m: meat dish, “hold, 11/10/39”;

            .149n: meat dish, “hold, 2/25/38”;

            .149o: meat dish, 22”

            .149p: meat dish, stamped Cayer;

 

Folders 3-4: Tea and coffee services, sets with sugars and creamers (acc. 2018x72.150a-u):

            .150a: coffee pot, sugar, creamer, coffee cup and saucer; and tray showing placement of items;

            .150b1-4: “drawings of set brought in by R. Hallowell,” 1-14-47: tea and coffee pots, sugar bowl, creamer;

            .150c-d: teapots, both labeled 372/80; one dated Nov. 7/23;

            .150e: sugar bowl, not labeled but matches teapots .150c-d;

            .150f: coffee pot, sugar, creamer, with tray; also view of coffee pot from above;

            .150g-i: tea and coffee pots and sugar bowl, matching set;

            .150j-L: coffee pot with matching sugar and creamer;

            .150m-o: coffee pot with matching sugar and creamer;

            .150p-u: coffee pot, dated June 1930, with matching teapot, sugar, creamer, waste bowl, and tray, although those drawings are not dated;

 

Folder 5: Vegetable dishes and bowls (acc. 2018x72.151a-f):

            .151a-b: two vegetable dishes, both stamped Lafferty; .151a shows variations in pattern;

            .151c: double vegetable, side and top views;

            .151d: double vegetable, side and top views; wash drawing;

            .151e: three compartment vegetable, side and top views; “not domestic make - record taken – July 17, 1936”;

            .151f: covered vegetable dish, gouache drawing;

 

Folder 6: Drink-related items 9acc. 2018x72.161a-o):

            .161a-b: cocktail cups; a is signed with initial L;

            .161c-f: cocktail shakers; c is Paul Revere style (initialed L & T);  ; d is square; e and f are No. 25 Milk Can shakers, e is dated “hold 4/25/36” and f is “hold 4/25/29”

            .161g: jug, with inscription “Ha Ha You an’ Me Little Brow [sic] Jug Don’t I love Thee”;

            .161h: corkscrew, for Weybosset Jewelry Co., Providence, R.I.;

            .161i: ice bucket for two bottles;

            .161j-k: ice buckets;

            .161L: one quart syphon holder;

            .161m: liquor flask, front and side views;

            .161n: ice chest;

            .161o: appears to be outline of punch bowl and tray for the bowl

 

Folder 7: Coffee urns and tea kettles (acc. 2018x72.162a-j):

            .162a: profile labeled Kettle;

            .162b-c: gouache drawings of coffee urn and tea kettle; urn includes drawing of base;

            .162d: pencil drawing of coffee urn in .162b;

            .162e-h: coffee urns;

            .162i: coffee urn, with side view of faucet, plan and section of legs, and an attached card saying that drawing is property of Reed & Barton and is to be returned to the company;

            .162j: coffee urn, for Haydenville Company;

 

Folder 8: Swords (acc. 2018x72.163):

            Sword and scabbard, sword to have U.S. Navy regulation blade;

 

Folder 9: Miscellaneous items (acc. 2018x72.164a-r):

            .164a: a telegram holder for the Hotel Lorraine, No. 91924;

            .164b: urn with cover;

            .164c: cake cover;

            .164d: knife tray, showing handle of knife;

            .164e: a crumb catcher?

            .164f: a cylinder with caps at both ends;

            .164g: silent servitor, with end, top, and front views; wooden handle; initialed and dated JHM, 5/9/46;

            .164h: two handled-cup with lid which has red ball; possibly a cocktail shaker;

            .164i: almond & place card holder;

            .164j: lemon squeezer, for Designing Room File;

            .164k: utility dish (porringer, bonbon, ashtray), with wooden handle, top and size views, stamped Rodgers;

            .164L: muffineer, in George II style;

            .164m: chafing dish, with four footed dish cross, “out, not taken”; wash drawing;

            .164n: probably a shaker of some kind: salt, pepper, or muffineer; dated Aug. 21, 1929;

            .164o: clock

            .164p: “luncheon or dessert layout: sugar & cream, cakes, sandwiches, etc.,” an oval tray with handle in the middle, and outline of a sugar bowl, dated March 23, 1934;

            .164q-r: crepe suzette pans;

 

 

Folder 10: Blueprint for door: Main entrance to Reed & Barton building (acc. 2018x72.152)

            The door was designed by Allen, Cohen & Willis, architects, Boston, 4/15/35.

 

Folders 11-14: “Items to Match #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #9” (acc. 2018x72.153-.160)

                        [note: the original folders did not explain to what the match numbers referred];

            .153a-d: to match #1: bowl, sandwich plate, bon bon dish, aspic dish;

            .154a-j: to match #2: bowls (a-b), sandwich plates (c-d), bon bons (e-f), aspic dishes (g-j);

            .155a-d: to match #3: bowl, sandwich plate, bon bon dish, aspic dish;

            .156a-d: to match #4: bowl, sandwich plate, bon bon dish, aspic dish;

            .157a-L: to match #5: bowls (a-c), sandwich plates (d-f), bon bon dishes (g-h), aspic dishes (i-k), vase (L; wash drawing); [note: this is Francis I pattern];

            .158a-d: to match #6: bowl, sandwich plate, bon bon dish, aspic dish;

            .159a-L: to match #7: bowls (a-b), sandwich plates (c-e; e has number SE 1773), bon bon dishes (f-g), aspic dishes (h-k), and a centerpiece or bowl (L); [this is called Fan and Flower pattern]

            .160a-e: to match #9: bowl, sandwich plates (b-c; c has numbers SE 1734 and SE 1730), bon bon dish, aspic dish;

           

 

Box 13: drawings by form (acc. 2018x72.165-.167)

 

Folders 1-4: Centerpieces (acc. 2018x72.165a-ss):

             .165a-c: bowls, probably centerpieces, all marked OK, JHM, 5-21-43;

            .165d: centerpiece or epergne;

            .165e-k: centerpieces, many with cupids;

            .165L: colored drawing showing flower in centerpiece with a vase;

            .165m: centerpiece with Bakelite legs (colored green), initialed TLC;

            .165n-x: centerpieces; .165s and .165x are dated 6/9/39;

            .165y: bowl or centerpiece, matching no. 310 sandwich plate, stamped Cayer;

            .165z-bb: centerpieces designed by Lafferty;

            .165cc-ee: centerpiece, flower or fruit dish, all initialed and dated JHM, 5/9/46;

            .165ff-oo: centerpieces:

.165gg  initialed JHM and dated 5-27-43;

.165LL dated 5-21-43;           

            .165pp-ss: centerpiece with cover, further sketches, and two small designs (of crossed hammer and sickle, star, wheat, sun) found associated with these sketches;

 

Folder 5: Ecclesiastic pieces (acc. 2018x72.166a-c):

            .166a: watercolor of gold-toned communion service (flagon, chalice, paten), to fit into a compact leather case [not pictured];

            .166b: fitted tray or carrier for small communion cups;

            .166c: a cross;

 

Folders 6-8: Trays and waiters (acc. 2018x72.167a-ff):

            .167a-f: engraving designs for centers of trays, one round, one oval, the rest rectangular;

            .167g: round tray, showing engraving in center;

            .167h-i: outlines of trays, with .167i being more detailed than .167h;

            .167j-k: top and side views of trays; .167j has two dates: 5/20/38 and 3/3/39;

            .167L-r: trays, showing varying amounts of detail;

            .167s: coffee tray;

            .167t-u: trays to hold sugar and creamer, dated 12/12/29 and 12/27/29;

            .167v: waiter in Francis I pattern;

            .167w: side and top view of tray, with white highlights on design; BRITTLE and torn;

            .167x: outline of tray, on coated cloth;

            .167y: outline of waiter, with notes;

            .167z: blueprint: top and side view of tray;

            .167aa-bb: trays; .167aa includes top and side views;

            .167cc: 18th century waiter, gouache drawing;

            .167dd: top and side views of tray, with details highlighted in color;

            .167ee: top and side views of tray; one corner of the board has broken off but is present;

            .167ff: top and side views of tray; one section of the board has broken off but is present; the board is badly stained;

           

           

           

Box 14: drawings by form (acc. 2018x72.168-.170); Table layouts (2018x72.171); drawings for Hotel Statler (2018x72.172); drawings for Burgundy pattern (2018x72.173), and drawings for X and Y numbers (2018x72.174-.175)

 

Folder 1: Loving cups (acc. 2018x72.168a-L):

            .168a-c: pieces of paper with drawings and patterns pinned to them;

            .168d: shield, on which is written Britannia metal loving cups, and the initials MMP;

            .168e-L: sketches and drawings of loving cups:

.168f: is a slight sketch on brown paper; g is marked OK, GHB;

.168j: has white highlights on the design and is dated 11th Oct. 1913;

.168k has one large sketch, several smaller sketches, slight sketches on back, and is dated July 1902;

.168L: inscribed Pine Valley Country Club;

 

Folder 2: Loving cups with lids (acc. 2018x72.168m-s):

            .168m: partial sketch for International Band Contest, decorated with trombone;

            .168n: partial sketch for International Choral Club Contest, decorated with trombone and flags;

            .168o: cup, with many notes, drawn by M; TORN – handle with care;

            .168p: cup, smaller version of that in .168o;

            .168q: loving cup, with note to “etch horse and inscription”;

            .168r: similar to .168q, and probably just a more detailed drawing, showing a horse;

            .168s: right half of a loving cup

 

Folder 3: Memorial plaques and tablets (acc. 2018x72.169a-w):

            .169a: shield inscribed “Presented to Frank Allen Wilcox Post No. 126, American Legion, by Richard Borden, Woman’s Relief Corps, Mo 106, The Fall River Catholic Woman’s Service League, 1919, 1920”;

            .169b: part of a tablet, includes names of Marie Albert Patt, and M.D. Hamiston, Potlatch, Idaho;

            .169c: top left part of a tablet, for Ninth Company, Mass., with date 1917, and picture of an artillery piece;

            .169d: outline of tablet, with decoration but no inscription;

            .169e: plaque: In Memoriam George W. Somerville [and Latin phrase];

            .169f: blueprint of plaque for Mount Holyoke Library: “This room a memorial to Mary Cleveland (Class of 1893) by her brother, Newcomb Cleveland”:

            .169g: tablet “In memory of the heroes from Girard township who gave their lives in the World War, [list of names,] erected by Elk Valley Chapter D.A.R.,” for J.E. Caldwell & Co. Philadelphia;

            .169h: rough sketch of tablet, with work Park;

            .169i: “In Memory of Mrs. Adeline Pettee Cook, teacher and assistant principal, 1884-1898, Presented by the Class of 1896”;

            .169j: grave marker: Harris H. Bligh, 1884-1935 [Harris Harding Bligh lived in Nova Scotia];

            .169k: tablet: “Manwaring Memorial Hospital, 1930, built with funds left by Wolcott Barber Manwaring … in memory of his parents Dr. Robert Alexander and Ellen Barber Manwaring”; [located in New London, Connecticut]

            .169L: part of a World War memorial plaque for Tisbury, Mass.;

            .169m: part of a plaque, with word Volunteers and name Charles Cunard;

            .169n: sketch of plaque for Alexander Rives Skinker (1883-1918); [biographical information in folder];

            .169o: sketch of plaque for Roland Crosby Nickerson, Carleton Ellery Search, and Herbert Allston Cahoon (all died in service in 1918); [biographical information in folder];

            .169p: plaque: in honor of employees of Jones & Lamson Machine Co. (Springfield, Vermont), for service in Spanish-American War, Mexican border troubles, and World War;

            .169q: plaque: top part of a plaque, with an eagle; BRITTLE – FALLING APART;

            .169r-s: plaque: Trenton Potteries Co., in honor of those who served in World War, plus an extra sketch of star and wreath design for plaque;

            .169t: plaque: with name Conant; okayed by Dean Monument Co., May 31, ’19 and ordered 6/2/19;

            .169u: trophy plaque: apparently some kind of athletic trophy as the design was to include 2 players at one end and 6 at the other;

            .169v: plaque: with inscription to Charlie (Charles B. Wilson) for service to Pontiac, Michigan; partly torn, but dated January 1921;

            .169w: trophy plaque: name is unclear, but looks like Henry N. Cornish Memorial Trophy; BRITTLE, IN POOR CONDITION;

 

Folder 4: Memorial plaque for First Gas Regiment (acc. 2018x72.169x-bb):

            .169x: photo of drawing of plaque: “In Memoriam, First Gas Regiment, AEF”; address on back: Chemical Warfare Department, Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Maryland;

            .169y: detail of eagle atop laurel wreath and shield with numeral 1 on it;

            .169z-aa: drawings of details;

            .169bb: large drawing of plaque

 

Folder 5: Trophies (acc. 2018x72.170a-i):

            .170a: inscription printed backwards: Perpetual Rifle Trophy award to the Outstanding Rifle Company of the 158 Regiment, Phoenix, Ariz.;

            .170b: part of design for W.V.C.C. Champions;

            .170c: trophy with a rifle and a Montana eagle; IN FRAGILE CONDITION;

            .170d-e: drawings of rifles, to decorate trophies; those on .170e are noted as being Springfields, the 1909 regulation military rifle;

            .170f: punch bowl, “made from trophies won by my father Thomas Goodwin Hinds,” a duplicate of no.122232;

            .170g: inscription for a trophy: The Medal Handicap Championship Trophy Presented to The Westwood County Club by Albert J. Ferber”;

            .170h: “National Guard Trophy, Legion Air Meet, September 6-7-1930, Philadelphia, Pa., George W. Imhof Post 153 American Legion Presented by Edward T. Stotesbury, Woman’s Flying Trophy,” decorated with airplanes and clouds;

            .170i: Windeler Trophy, labeled a golf trophy but decorated with a curling stone and brooms; pinned to the larger drawing is a drawing of a miniature Windeler Trophy, which is also labeled as a golf trophy although the miniature is a curling stone as well. [search Windeler to find other drawings of this trophy];

 

Folder 6: Trophies: Hearst Trophy (acc. 2018x72.170j-o):

            .170j: folder which held the drawings;

            .170k-l: inscriptions for William Randolph Hearst National ROTC Rifle Match trophies;

            .170m: large drawing of the trophy; IN PIECES – HANDLE CAREFULLY – ASK FOR ASSISTANCE;

            .170n: smaller drawing of the trophy; for Hearst, Edw. Wanheim, design no. 61828, M. - IN PIECES – SEE NOTE ABOVE;

            .170o: drawing of Hearts Trophy Shield, 1928 – THIS ONE IN FAIRLY GOOD CONDITION

           

Folder 7: Table layouts (acc. 2018x72.171a-c):

            These layouts show side and top views of tables set for formal dinners, with centerpieces, candelabras, fruit dishes, salt and pepper shakers, plus water goblets, wine glasses, and service plates.

 

Folder 8: Hotel Statler: hotel wares designed May-June 1941 (acc. 2018x72.172a-c):

            [note: most of the drawings for the Hotel Statler are in Boxes 15-16; this is a folder of extra large drawings; also search Statler to find other designs for this hotel chain scattered throughout the collection, and to find a plaque honoring the founder Mr. Statler]

 

            .172a: rough sketches of coffee pots, flatware, and a cup;

            .172b: punch bowl and ladle, no. 6441;

            .172c: punch bowl and ladle, N.E. 529

 

Folder 9: Pattern: Burgundy (acc. 2018x72.173a-o):

            .173a-c: creamer, sugar bowl, waste bowl, all marked “no”;

            .173d-g: creamer (SE 1822C) and detail of rim, sugar bowl, waste bowl (SE 1822D);

            .173h-i: teapots, SE 1822A;

            .173j-k: kettles for tea set, SE 1822E;

            .173L: pitcher, or large drawing of creamer;

            .173m: waiter: drawing of one-quarter of the tray;

            .173n: waiter, SE 1876, large drawing of complete tray;

            .173o: tea and coffee pots, creamer, sugar bowl, waste bowl, with prices for place pieces in Burgundy pattern, but no prices for tea service;

 

Folder 10: Drawings with items labeled with X or Y numbers (acc. 2018x72.174-.175):

                        [note: the significance of the X and Y designations is unknown]

            .174a: blueprint: X-85: tea strainer drip [i.e. bowl to hold tea strainer], drawn 11-28-1938 by JF;

            .174b-c: blueprint: X-336 and X-337: orange juice cups, drawn 4-25-1940 and 12-29-1939 by JF;

            .174d: blueprint: X-392: child’s cup, drawn 7-29-1940 by JF;

            .174e: blueprint: X-399: muffineer, drawn 11-21-1939 by J.F.;

            .174f: X-555: coffee pot, also no. SE 1351A;

            .174g: X-762: picture in Maryland style;

            .174h: front: wash drawings: X-645: teapot, creamer, sugar and waste bowls;

                        Back: unlabeled coffee pots, creamer sugar and waste bowls;

 

            .175: watercolor: Y-145: gold-colored goblet, on dark board, with price on back;

 

 

Box 15: Hotel Statler: drawings from May-June 1941 (acc. 2018x72.176-.197)

            [search Statler to find drawings from other time periods]

 

Folder 1: labels from folders (acc. 2018x72.176a-b)

 

Folder 2: Cocktail shakers and cocktail cups (acc. 2018x72.177a-e):

            .177a-c: shakers; b and c have numbers NE 536 and NE 537;

            .177d-e: cups; e has number NE 503;

 

Folder 3: Orange juice cups (acc. 2018x72.178a-b):

            .178a: also has number NE 503;

 

Folder 4: Bud vases (acc. 2018x72.179a-b):

            Both numbered NE 535, although they are different designs; .179a also numbered 6941;

 

Folder 5: Fruit compote and salad [bowl] (acc. 2018x72.180a-b):

            .180a: numbered NE 502;

            .180b: numbered NE 508

 

Folder 6: Finger bowls and ice cream cups and bowls (acc. 2018x181a-f):

            .181a-b: finger bowl & ice cream dish and tray; .181b also numbered NE 498;

            .181c: finger bowl, with plate, NE 521;

            .181d: ice cream bowl;

            .181e: ice cream cup, NE 497; “sample sent 6441”;

            .181f: ice cream cup, NE 514;;

 

Folder 7: Ice bowls (acc. 2018x72.182a-b):

            .182a: ice bowl and plate, NE 543;

            .182b: ice bowl or soup tureen, NE 543;

 

Folder 8: Gravy and sauce boats (acc. 2018x72.183a-e):

            .183a: gravy boat & tray, no. 6441;

            .183b: sauce boat & tray, no. 6441;

            .183c: sauce boat & tray, no. NE 494, sample sent 6-4-41;

            .183d: sauce boat & tray, NE 513 and no. 6741;

            .1833: sauce boat & tray, no. NE 527;

           

Folder 9: Mustard pots (acc. 2018x72.184a-b):

            Virtually identical, but .184b labeled NE 503 and no. 6441;

 

Folder 10: Salt and pepper stands; Pepper mill (acc. 2018x72.185a-c):

            .185a: sale & pepper canister [i.e. stand], no. 6441, top and side views;

            .185b: sale & pepper stand, NE 517, no. 6741, top and side views;

            .185c: pepper mill, NE 526, no. 6941;

 

Folder 11: Spoon holder; straw holders (acc. 2018x72.186a-c):

            .186a: spoon holder, no. 6441;

            .186b-c: straw holders; .186b labeled no. 6441;

 

Folder 12: Table number stand; frame for parfait and coffee cups (2018x72.187-.188):

            .187: table number stand, NE 534;

            .188: parfait & coffee cup frame [holder], NE 538;

 

Folder 13: Creamers, small pitchers, syrup pitcher (acc. 2018x72.189a-k):

            .189a-g: creamers, no. NE 492, NE 495, NE 507 (two with this number), NE 510, NE 545, and no. 6441;

            .189h-i: pitchers, both no. 6441;

            .189j-k: syrup pitcher, NE 533 and no. 6441;

 

Folder 14: Sugar bowls and sugar sifter (acc. 2018x72.190a-n):

            .190a-d: sugar bowls, NE 496, NE 505, NE 506, no. 6441;

            .190e-m: 6 and 8 ounce sugar bowls;

            .190n: sugar sifter, NE 512, no. 6741;

           

Folders 15-17: Coffee pots and teapots (acc. 2018x72.191a-oo):

                        [note: larger drawings of coffee pots are in box 16]

            .191a-b: NE 470 and NE 471, both also no. 4-11-41; NE 471 also bears name Hennessy;

            .191c-n: NE 476; NE 476A; NE 477; NE 477A; NE 478; NE 479 (“sample sent 6441”); NE 479A; NE 486 (teapot); NE 490; NE 491;  (no. 6441); NE 505; NE 544;

            .191o-t: no. 4841A-F;

            .191u-y: no. 41841A-e;

            .191z-aa: no. 6441;

            .191bb-oo: no numbers on these; most include side and top views

 

Folder 18: Coffee pots: presentation drawings (acc. 2018x72.192a-e)

            All presentation drawings are mounted on boards; all include top and side views;

            .192a: coffee pot A

            .192b-c: coffee pot B; name Mr. Hennessy is written on back of .192c;

            .192d-e: coffee pot C; name Mr. Hennessy is written on back of .192e;

 

Folder 19: Miscellaneous pieces: presentation drawings (acc. 2018x72.193-.195):

            .193: 6 oz, sugars, A and B, with side and top views;

            .194: 2 oz, creamer B, with 3 side and top views;     

            .195: sauce boat and tray B, with side and top view, and additions in pencil;

 

Folder 20: Flatware (acc. 2018x72.196a-s):

            .196a: knife handle, no. 4841F; NE 484;

            .196b: knife handle, no. 4841H; NE 485;

            .196c-j: sets with fork, knife, spoon, no. 4841A-H; .196j also numbered NE 485;

            .196k: “spoon shown by Hartman 4/11/41. Made by Elkington”

            .196L-m: set with fork, knife, spoon, no. 41841C and E;

            .196n-o: forks;

            .196p-s: knives

 

Folder 21: Flatware: presentation drawings (acc. 2018x72.197a-f):

            .197a-c: sets no. 1, 2, and 4, with dinner, filet, and intermediate knives, and a dinner fork; drawings mounted on boards;

            .197d-f: sets with fork, knife, and spoon; white outline drawings on black paper, NO. 4841-A, F, and H; .197d has note: 4/17, received from A.B. Horton[?], Kenny[?]

 

 

Box 16: Hotel Statler: drawings from May-June 1941 (acc. 2018x72.198-.210)

            [search Statler to find other designs for this hotel chain, and to find a plaque honoring the founder Mr. Statler]

 

Folder 1: Bowls and bouillon cup (acc. 2018x72.198a-h):

            .198a: WE 498, but on back labeled NE 498;

            .198b-c: NE 547; side and top views;

            .198d: butter bowl, NE 530 and no. 6941;

            .198e: bouillon cup, side and top view, on back: no.6441;

            .198f: bowl A, on stem or stand;

            .198g: bowl with initials NYC;

            .198h: 10 inch bowl

           

Folder 2: Cake stands; Candelabras (acc. 2018x72.199-.200):

            .199a-b: cake stands; .199a: NE 488; no. 6-4-41, sample sent;

 

            .200a: candlestick holder, NE 548;

            .200b-c: two and three light candelabras, no. 6441;

 

Folder 3: Coffee pots (larger drawings) (acc. 2018x72.201a-d):

                        [note: small drawings of coffee pots are in box 15]

            .201a-b: NE 528, with top and side views;

            .201c: no. 6441, with top and side views;

            .201d: two coffee pots, with top and side views of each;

 

Folder 4: Condiment and cruet stands (acc. 2018x72.202a-e):

            .202a: cruet stand, with two bottles, NE 518, no. 6741; with top and side views;

            .202b: cruet stand, with two bottles, no. 6441; with top and side views;

.202c: cruet stand, to hold 3 vinegars and 1 pepper, no.111014, 3795-S;

.202d: cruet stand, made to hold two bottles but only 1 shown in place; with top and side views;

.202e: condiment stand: with top and side views; top view shows it was to hold 4 items, although only 3 are shown in side view

 

Folder 5: Dishes, assorted (acc. 2018x72.203a-d):

            .203a: plate cover, NE 501;

            .203b: Escoffier dish, NE 531;

            .203c: meat dish with cover, NE 483, sample sent 6-4-41;

            .203d: dish, with cover;

 

Folder 6: Oyster and raviar plates and dishes (acc. 2018x72.204a-d):

            .204a-b: oyster condiment; almost identical drawings, but only .204a is labeled NE 604;

            .204c: banquet ravair, NE 546, no. 61141, top and side views;

            .204d: banquet raviar, no. 6-4-41, shell-shaped (torn);

 

Folder 7: Tureens (acc. 2018x72.205a-k):

.205a-d: tureens and plates, NE 480, NE 481, NE 482, and NE 511; .205a-c also no. 6441; all have top and side views;

            .205e-f: banquet tureens with plates, NE 519 and NE 520;

            .205g: tureens A and B, no. 6541;

            .205h-j: no 52641; tureen A  and tureen B, both no. 6541; all with top and side views;

            .205k: tureen, with top and side views;

 

Folder 8: Vegetable dishes (acc. 2018x72.206a-i):

            .206a-h: double vegetable dishes, with covers, NE 522 (a-b), NE 523 (c-d); NE 539 (e), NE 540 (f), NE 541 (g), NE 542 (h);

            .206i: vegetable dish without cover, no.6441;

 

Folder 9: Water pitchers (acc. 2018x72.207a-i):

            .207a: bar & water pitcher, NE 509, top and side views;

            .207b: water pitcher and punch bowl filler, NE 524, side view and detail of handle;

            .207c-d: water pitcher fillers, NE 525A and NE 525B;

            .207e: water pitcher filler and punch bowl filler, NE 532;

            .207f-g: water pitchers, both no. 6441, both top and side views;

            .207h: pitcher, with additional notes on back (partly cut off); top and side views;

            .207i: water pitcher frame, in optic glass

 

Folder 10: Cheese board or cheese tray (acc. 2018x72.208)

            Tracing paper mounted on cardstock, dated and signed Sept. 5, 1912, Briggs

 

Folder 11: Pot with lid (acc. 2018x72.209):

            Tracing paper mounted on cardstock, dated and signed June 6, 1912, Briggs

 

Folder 12: Chafing dish (acc. 2018x72.210):

            Tracing paper mounted on cardstock;

This drawing is not marked as having been done for the Hotel Statler, but it is believed to have been done for it because the work and the mount is the same as for acc. 2018x72.208-.209, and both those were done for the hotel.

 

 

 

Box 17: Drawings arranged by number (acc. 2018x72.211-.226)

            [note: it is not known if the numbers actually give useful identifying information]

 

Folder 1: numbers 1-99 (acc. 2018x72.211a-i):

            .211a: V.P. # 7: tray or waiter, Eastern Spinning Co. #$310;

            .211b: #10: tid-bit stand, 23 June 1914; also other notes (blueprint):

            .211c: S15: tall compote, C, out, 9-18; with variations in decoration;

            .211d: B.P. 19B: comport [sic, i.e. compote], F.S.D., Reed & Barton;

            .211e: 56/185, 56/187, 56/189: sandwich plates, from Watson Silver Co., also number 2568, 2568A, 2534;

            .211f: L 77: sandwich plate, stamped Lafferty;

            .211g1: folder labeled: Line 87 decorated with band;

                        g2: liquor mixers, Dec. 14, 1935, sent by Galbrath, V.P. 87-1-2-3-4-5 (glass in 5 sizes), sample required 2/19/36);

                        g3-7: five samples of chasing on body of vase or perhaps a coffee pot or teapot; all labeled Line 87 Chasing;

                        g8-11: four coffee pots, all found in this folder although not labeled as Line 87;

            .211h-i: L97: sandwich plate; and B97, bowl, both labeled Watson, matched set;

 

Folder 2: numbers 100-199 (acc. 2018x72.212a-d):

            .212a: 115, goblet;

            .212b: no. 144, boudoir clock;

            .212c: 180: trophy shield, W.M. Dept. [full size drawing, mounted on heavy paper, folded];

            .212c: 194: love cup

 

Folder 3: numbers 200-299 (acc. 2018x72.213a-p):

            .213a-c: no. 209A: creamer, sugar bowl, coffee pot;

            .213d-e: no. 250: individual almond dish, one marked OK, JHM; Oct. 1928;

            .213f-j: 250: gravy boat and tray (Sept. 1929); chop dish; meat dish (Sept. 1929); double vegetable dish (with lid); lunch dish (July 8/29);

            .213k: 251, Dutch lunch dish;

            .213L: 252, bowl, decorated;

            .213m: #262: punch bowl;

            .213n: no. 272-B, candlestick;

            .213o: no. 275: bread tray, chased;

            .213p: 285: ink stand, decorated with an owl on an Ionic column

           

Folder 4: numbers 300-599 (acc. 2018x72.214a-g):

            .214a: 342, bread tray (top and side views), initialed and dated C.C.S., 3-13-31;

            .214b1-2: no. 345, loving cup: two rough sketches;

            .214c1-4: 347: unknown object, rough sketch and three penciled lines attached to it;

            .214d: 361, baked apple dish; top and side views;

            .214e-f: no. 408: sugar bowl and creamer, Charles Mayer & Co., also numbered 7734;

            .214g: 432, loving cup: rough sketches;

 

Folder 5: numbers 600-699 (acc. 2018x72.215a-g):

            .215a-b: 655, teapot, with new neck;

            .215c1-6; 660 line: outlines for chased designs;

            .215d1-2: 660: coffee pots, chased;

            .215e-f: 660-C: creamer and sugar bowl, both also labeled design no. 42240;

            .215g: 690: double dish [vegetable dish]; initialed and dated C.C.S., 4-16-30;

 

Folder 6: numbers 700-899 (acc. 2018x72.216a-i):

            .216a: 728: coffee pot;

            .216b: no. 740: coffee pot, with extra sketches;

            .216c: 758: coffee pot;

            .216d: 776, coffee pot, side view and plan of base or lid;

            .216e: 796: coffee pot, wash drawing;

            .216f: 808-A: coffee pot, with black handle; with label that seems to read Jeu pot;

            .216g: 818: coffee pot;

            .216h: #824-A: coffee pot, with black handle;

            .216i: 830: coffee pot, for Howard & Co.;

 

Folder 7: numbers 900-999 (acc. 2018x72.217a-i):

            .217a: 925: compote, initialed and dated C.C.S., 8-5-31;

            .217b: 925: coffee pot, with side view and plan of lid;

            .217c: 956-C: compote;

            .217d: 958: service plate;

            .217e-f: 980-C: centerpiece, and vase

            .217g: #981-C: center [centerpiece];

            .217h: 983: compote;

            .217i: #984: bowl with handles

 

Folder 8: numbers 1000-1099 (acc. 2018x72.218a-g):

                        [note: drawings numbered 1025 are in separate folder]

            .218a: #1010: bread tray; top and side view, with extra pencil sketch; also numbered SE 150;

            .218b: 1012: coffee pot, wash drawing, with extra sketches and partial date: Oct.;

            .218c: 1020: coffee pot [although looks more like a teapot], black handle; many notes and on back: on oval labeled cov. plan;

            .218d: 1052: teapot, with black handle, with many notes and some pin pricks;

            .218e-f: 1055: coffee pots, with notes;

            .218g: 1095-87: compote; initialed and dated C.C.S., 5-1e-30;

           

 

Folder 9: numbers 1025 &1025-C (acc. 2018x72.219a-L):

                        [note: see also folder for the pattern Oxford, which is also numbered 1025]

            .219a: peppers, salts [shakers], signed Rivard (blueprint);

            .219b: comport [i.e. compote] (blueprint);

            .219c-f: goblets; c-e are in sterling; f in nickel silver; d-f are blueprints; f is dated 6-28-1938, initialed JF;

            .219g-h: copy dish, in sterling (g is a blueprint);

            .219i: fern dish [or centerpiece], in sterling, signed Rivard; (blueprint);

            .219j: after dinner coffee tray, in sterling;

            .219k-L: meat dishes

 

Folder 10: numbers 1100-1199 (acc. 2018x72.220a-e):

            .220a: 1102/26: plate;

            .220b: 1134: cup [loving cup, with lid], drawn by M;

            .220c-e: 1176, 1180, 1188: coffee pots, with many notes; .220e has pin pricks, and rough sketches on back;

 

Folder 11: numbers 1200-1299 (acc. 2018x72.221a-e):

            .221a: 1200: coffee (or tea) pot;

            .221b: 1212: coffee or hot water urn; signed and dated J.E. Coles, Nov. 12/06; rough sketches on back;

            .221c: #1242: coffee pot;

            .221d: 1256: coffee pot, dated 10/26/12;

            .221e: 1292: coffee pot, dated 6/21/10;

 

Folder 12: numbers 1300-1399 (acc. 2018x72.222a-L):

            .222a: 1308: coffee pot; side view, and outline of base or lid;

            .222b: no. 1312-A: Queen Anne sugar bowl; top and side view;

            .222c: 1315: coffee pot, dated 5/23/11;

            .222d; 1328: coffee pot, dated 11/25/11;

            .222e: 1340: coffee pot, dated 4/19/12;

            .222f: bowl to match #1345;

            .222g: 1346: coffee pot, dated 9/21/12;

            .222h: 1348: coffee pot, dated 9/16/12;

            .222i: #1356: coffee pot;

            .222j: #1372: covered vegetable dish, design no. 4;

            .222k: 1375: coffee bot, dated 9/8/13;

            .222L: 1378-112: celery tray, drawn 3-29-29, C.C.S.

 

Folder 13: numbers 1400-1499 (acc. 2018x72.223a-k):

            .223a: 1426: coffee pot, dated 5.10.15; with plan of lid or base;

            .223b: 1435; tea or coffee pot, dated 7.15.15; with plan of lid;

            .223c: 1450: coffee pot, dated 9/22/16;

            .223d: 1452: coffee pot, dated 6/20/16;

            .223e: 1462: coffee pot, with plan of lid, dated 11.24.17;

            .2232f: 1465: coffee pot, dated 2/5/17;

            .223g: #1468: coffee pot, dated 6/29/07; with plans of lids or base;

            .223h: #1476: coffee pot, with plan of lid; dated 2/14/18;

            .223i: 1485-B: coffee pot, dated 11/22/17;

            .223j: 1492: vegetable dish, side and top views, stamped with date Feb. 12, 1929;

            .223k: 1495; coffee pot, dated 11/24/17;

 

Folder 14: numbers 1500-1599 (acc. 2018x72.224a-k):

                        [numbers 1538 and 1542 are in separate folder – see below]

            .224a-b: 1508/80: bread and butter plate; a has extra notes, b is a blue line print;

            .224c: 1510, coffee pot, working drawings 8/19/19, with plan of lid or foot, geometrical sketches on back; part of drawing has been pricked.        

            .224d: 1522: child’s plate (blueprint);

            .224e: 1526/120: chop dish, top and side views; on coated paper;

            .224f: 1528/120: gravy boat, top and side views; (blueprint);

            .224g: 1529.120: gravy boat tray, top and side views; (blueprint);

            .224h: 1534-R: Hepp [Hepplewhite] tea bell;

            .224i: 1550: coffee pot, 1/21/20;

            .224j: no. 1552-A-51: coffee pot, sugar bowl, creamer, with plan of lid or base;

            .224k: no. 1556/58: coffee pot; gouache drawing;

 

Folder 15: numbers 1538 and 1542 (acc. 2018x72.225a-h):

            [note: All these blueprints have the name Saarinen on them.  Eliel Saarinen is known to have designed silver flatware (Contempora pattern) for Dominick & Haff in the late 1920s; presumably the pieces depicted in the blueprints in this folder were designed by him, as opposed to being designed for him.  It is also being presumed that these pieces were by Eliel Saarinen and not by another person with the same surname.]  

            .225a: no number, but labeled Salt Cellar, Saarinen, April 1930;

            .225b: 1538/123: creamer, Saarinen, Feb. 1930; with outline of foot;

            .225c: 1538/123: sugar bowl, Saarinen, Feb. 1930; with outline of foot or lid;

            .225d: no number: waste bowl, Saarinen, March 1930; with outline of base;

            .225e: 1538/123: coffee pot, Saarinen, Feb. 1930; with outline of foot or lid;

            .225f: 1538/123: kettle, Saarinen, March 1930; with outline of lid or foot;

.225g: 1542/123: 9 H.P. pitcher, Saarinen, March 1930; with outline of foot;

.225h: no number: waiter, Saarinen, Feb. 1930; with side and top views;

 

Folder 16: numbers 1700-1799, 1900-1999 (acc. 2018x72.226a-d):

            .226a: no. 1768: tray or waiter, with side and top views;

            .226b: 1795: Pepper and salt [shaker], chased; gouache presentation drawing;

            .226c: 1795: plate or waiter, top and side views; for Jere[?] Shea, Hipp. Coborn Co.;

            .226d: 1993 and 1994: sugar bowl and creamer, with outline of foot or opening of bowl;

 

 

 

Box 18: Drawings arranged by number and drawings by pattern name (acc. 2018x72.227-.247)

            [note: it is not known if the numbers actually give useful identifying information]

 

Folder 1: numbers 2000-2999 (acc. 2018x72.227a-h):

            .227a: no. 2126: love cup; blueprint, partially pricked;

            .227b: 2340: tea or coffee pot, initialed M;

            .227c: no. 2435: meat dish, available plain or with well and tree; side and top views;

            .227d: 2580: teapot;

            .227e: 2735: Mazarin salad fork, large and small; on back: sketch and drawing of unknown object;

            .227f: no. 2800: water pitcher, side view, outline of base, and detail of handle;

            .227g-h: no. 2813-A: coffee pot, sugar bowl, and creamer, all monogrammed RKW;

 

Folder 2: numbers 3000-4999 (acc. 2018x72.228a-h):

                        [note: drawings with numbers 4080 and 4413 are in separate folders, below];

            .228a: 3066: compote, or possibly centerpiece, no. 2; wash drawing; top and side views;

            .228b: 3630: chocolate or coffee pot;

            .228c: 3970: oval bowl?, side view and outline;

            .228d: #4004: vase, with note: “use shape for vase … on Coulby order, AHB”;

            .228e: 4010: after dinner coffee set, with pot, sugar bowl, and creamer; includes outline of foot;

            .228f: 4362: bowl;

            .228g: no. 4510: kettle on stand, well-finished pen and pencil drawing;

            .228h: no. 4646: oval bowl, top view and side outline;

 

Folder 3: number 4080 (acc. 2018x72.229a-s):

                        [see also drawings no. 7030, Lorraine, which is old 4080; 2018x72.235]

            .229a-c: cream & service plate; coffee pot; water pitcher: gouache drawings;

            .229d-j: creamer; sugar bowl (with lid); waste bowl; teapot; coffee pot; [water] pitcher;  kettle on stand;

            .229k1-2: De Champlain: tray or waiter, with coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl [drawing is now in two pieces];

            .229L: folder labeled “not regular 2080 but one drawn and not adopted”; .229m- are the blueprints found inside this folder;

            .229m-s: creamer; sugar bowl (with lid); waste bowl; teapot; coffee pot; [water] pitcher;  kettle on stand;

 

Folder 4: number 4413 (acc. 2018x72.230a-f):

            .230a: no. 4413-A: sugar bowl and creamer; drawing on tracing paper now detached from the paper to which it was mounted, but that piece of paper is present;

            .230b: no. 4413-A: teapot, with wash highlights, drawn directly onto heavy paper;

            .230c: no. 4413-A: coffee pot: on tracing paper, but still attached to heavy paper mount;

            .230d: no. 4413-B: sugar bowl and creamer; on tracing paper, but attached to heavy paper mount;

            .230e: no. 4413-B: teapot, with wash highlights, drawn directly onto heavy paper;

            .230f: no. 4413-B: coffee pot: on tracing paper, but still attached to heavy paper mount; written on back: tea sets – Adam & Louis XIV;

 

Folder 5: numbers 5000-5999 (acc. 2018x72.231a-n):

            .231a: “suggestion for 5000 line”: coffee pot, initialed T;

            .231b-d: 5000: two teapots and a coffee pot, clipped together, but only .231b is labeled;

            .231e: 5100: tea set knob;

            .231f: 5100: water pitcher or creamer;

            .231g: 5200: special sugar bowl, with note dated 7/1/38;

            .231h: 5200: coffee body [no handle or spout depicted];

            .231i: 5600: water pitcher or creamer, with initials R&L; [for additional 5600 drawings, see acc. 2018x72.234, which is also numbered 7020, Melrose]

            .231j1-2: 5664: centerpiece or compote; two piece drawing: the stem on one piece and the bowl on another; .231j2 is the bowl and that drawing is folded but the original drawing showed the bowl on a shorter stem;

            .231k-L: 5800 line: gravy boat & tray; and covered meat dish; presentation drawings;

            .231m: 5870; flower basket, to and side views, with dotted outline of side;

            .231n: 5900: teapot; watercolor on board;

 

Folder 6: numbers 6000-6999 (acc. 2018x72.232a-d):

            .232a: 6140: waiter, dated Feb. 20, 1912;

            .232b: 6235: tray or serving dish, with top and side views; stamped with date Sept. 12, 1913;

            .232c: 6285: tray or serving dish, with top and side views;

            .232d: 6496: trophy punch bowl, with ladle and punch cups; inscription on bowl: Texas Amateur Championship, Awarded by Association of Texas Field Trial Clubs;

 

Folder 7: number 7010: Premiere (acc. 2018x72.233a-f)

            .233a: label from folder: No. 7010 – old Contempora, all hard metal parts, Premiere [Contempora was the name of the sterling flatware pattern designed by Eliel Saarinen for Dominick & Haff];

            .233b-d: three chasing designs for coffee pots in the 7010 plated Premiere line;

            .233e-f: coffee pots in the plated Premiere line;

 

Folder 8: number 7020: Melrose (new 5600) (acc. 2018x72.234a-L):

            .234a: label from folder: no. 7020, New 5600: coffee, tea, sugar, cream, waste, Melrose;

            .234b: coffee pot, no number but found in this folder;

            .234c: new 5600 coffee pot = WE 1269, side view, with outline of lid;

            .234d: new 5600 teapot = WE 1269-A, side view, with outline of lid;

            .234e-f: 7020: sugar and cream, Melrose;

            .234g-h: new 5600 waste, WE 1269-D; .234h is Designing Room copy;

            .234i-L: suggestions for chasing 7020 plated line Melrose; i-j shown on coffee pots; k-L shown on coffee pot bodies;

 

Folder 9: number 7030: Lorraine (old 4080, some also numbered 9030) (acc. 2018x72.235a-j):

                        [see also folder for number 4080, acc. 2018x72.229]

            .235a: label from folder: no. 7030, Lorraine, old 4080, all hard metal parts;

            .235b-f: suggestions for chasing line 7030, Lorraine (plate);

            .235g: coffee pot;

            .235h-j: teapot, sugar bowl, and creamer, all labeled 9030, Lorraine (but found in this folder);

 

Folder 10: numbers 9000-9999 (acc. 2018x72.236):

            .236: no. 9925: kettle on stand

 

Folder 11: Pattern: Chippendale (acc. 2018x72.237a-i):

            .237a-c: double vegetable dish, WE 1297 and WE 1297-A; a=b have wash highlights; all include side and top views;

            .237d-f: sauce boat and tray, WE 1298 and WE 1298-A; d-f have wash highlights; all include side view of sauce boat and top views of plans of tray and boat;

            .237g: chop dish, side and top views;

            .237h-i: meat dishes, side and top views

 

Folder 12: Patterns: Francis I and Guildhall (acc. 2018x72.238-.239):

            .238a: Francis I: bon bon dish, side and top view;

            .238b: new Francis: sandwich plate, side and top view;

            .238c: Francis I: coffee cup and saucer, for the New York office;

            .238d: Francis I: butter spreader;

 

            .239a-d: Guildhall: sugar bowl (SE 1759-B), creamer (SE 1759-C), tea (SE 1759-A) and coffee (SE 1579) pots; all with side and top view, all stamped Turner, Lafferty;

            .239e: Guildhall: coffee pot (SE 1579), with side and top view, stamped Turner;

            .239f-g: Guildhall: coffee pots, variations of design;

 

Folder 13: Pattern: Hawthorne (acc. 2018x72.240a-i):

            .240a: coffee pot (SE 510); drawing on card, with information on back, dated 1934;

            .240b: kettle (SE 747), with detail of heat lamp;

            .240c-f: candlestick; three-light candelabra; two-light candelabra; another three-light candelabra;

            .240g: presentation drawing: candlestick and candelabra;

            .240h: presentation drawing: water pitcher;

            .240i: presentation drawing: waiter, side and top views;

 

Folder 14: Patterns: Jubilee and King (acc. 2018x72.241-.242):

            .241a-c: Jubilee: creamer, sugar bowl, teapot; .241a; includes sketch of tea set on a tray;

            .241d: Jubilee: coffee pot (SE 859), Carl Braun, designer, for Reed & Barton;

            .241e: Jubilee: gravy boat: side and end elevations and top view, Carl Braun, designer, for Reed & Barton; 

 

            .242: King: pastry forks: small and large

 

Folder 15: Patterns: La Marquise, Marlborough, and Nancy Lee (acc. 2018x72.243-.245):

            .243a-b: La Marquise: outline of table spoon and dessert spoon, and details of decoration for their handles; [these two were clipped together];

 

            .244: Marlborough: tomato server, for Wright Kay & Co.;

 

            .245a-d: Nancy Lee: creamer, sugar bowl, and two different coffee pots;

                        [see also acc. 2018x72.268a, SE 1248: Nancy Lee coffee pot]

 

Folder 16: Pattern: Oxford, no. 1025 and 1025-C (acc. 2018x72.246a-dd):

                         [note: patterns numbered 1025, but not labeled Oxford, are found in Box 17, folder 9]

            .246a-d: sugar bowls: one with, the other without a lid, drawing and blueprint for each style, all with initial T within a shield;

            .246e-g: creamers, two styles; one includes both drawing and blueprint; all with initial T within a shield;

            .246h: waste bowl, drawing only; with initial T within a shield;

            .246i: teapot, drawing only; with initial T within a shield;

            .246j: after dinner coffee pot; with initial T within a shield;

            .246k: coffee pot: side view and a drawing of details of outline;

            .246L-m: kettle: drawing and blueprint, both with initial T within a shield;

            .246n: bread & butter plate, top and side view;

            .246o-q: sauce boat and tray; includes blueprint for sauce boat; all with initial T within a shield;

            .246r-s: service plate, drawing and blueprint, both with initial T within a shield;

            .246t: water pitcher, with side view and details of rim and foot, initialed T within a shield;

            .246u: open vegetable dish, side and top views, initialed T within a shield;

            .246v: berry bowl: side and top views, with detail of foot;

            .246w: comport [i.e. compote], with side and top views;

            .246x: fern dish, top and side views;

            .246y: candlestick: with details of top and foot; initialed T within a shield;

            .246z-aa: sixteen inch meat dish, side and top views; drawing and blueprint, with the name Rivard on the blueprint;

            .246bb-cc: 18” and 20” meat dishes, side and top views, blueprints only; .246bb has the name Rivard on it;

            .246dd: waiter, 26”, drawing, side and top views;

            .246ee1-2: Oxford set: showing tray, coffee pot, creamer, and sugar bowl; drawing is in two pieces and is BRITTLE – use care;

 

Folder 17: Pattern: Romaine (acc. 2018x72.247a-e):

            .247a: coffee pot, sketched on one side of card, with notes on other side, dated 1933;

            .247b: Romaine Tea [teapot];

            .247c: Romaine tea kettle;

            .247d: bon bon dish, top and side views;

            .247e: sandwich dish or plate: top and side views

 

 

 

Box 19: Drawings arranged by number, A-WS (except for WE) (acc. 2018x72.248-.273)

            [note: it is not known if the numbers actually give useful identifying information]

 

Folder 1: numbers A 1- A 429 (acc. 2018x72.248a-q):

            .248a: no. A 29: bon bon dish, top and side views, stamped Lafferty, for R&B;

            .248b: A 54/A 55/A 99/A 340: bowl, top and side views;

            .248c: A 203: creamer and sugar bowl, with detail of handles;

            .248d-f: A 415/56: cup or bowl with two handles (possibly a bouillon cup): on tracing paper, coated cloth, and a blueprint;

            .248g-h: A 427/80: service plate, side and top views: on coated paper and blue-line print (drawings are not identical);

            .248i-k: A 428/80: after dinner coffee tray, side and top views; on coated paper and two blue-line prints;

            .248l-r: A 429/80: salad bowls/baskets, in different sizes; .248r is just a salad bowl

 

Folder 2: numbers A 430-A 439 (acc. 2018x72.249a-g):

            .249a-d: A 431/80: sandwich plates, in two sizes; top and side views;

            .249e-g: A 432/80: meat dish: top and side views; g is slightly different from others;

 

Folder 3: numbers A 440-A 499 (acc. 2018x72.250a-h):

            .250a-b: A 445/80: compartment vegetable dish covered, and salad plate: top view of salad plate, and side view of vegetable dish; .250b lacks rim design;

            .250c-d: A 446/80: jardinière and plateau; side and top view of plateau; decoration varies between the two drawings;

            .250e: A 448/80: fern dish pan and mesh: top and side views;

            .250f: A 449/80: compote, top and side views;

            .250g: A 489/73: sherbet, with glass material;

            .250h: A 495/80: entrée dish; top and side views;

 

Folder 4: numbers A 500-A 599 (acc. 2018x72.251a-o):

            .251a-c: A 500/80: coffee cup and saucer; top and side views of saucer;

            .251d-e: A 503/80: bouillon cup;

            .251f-g: A 504/80: almond dish; side and top views;

            .251h-j: A 512/80: oval chop dish; side and top views;

            .251k: A 513/80: bowl, side and top views;

            .251L: A 516/80: open vegetable dish; side and top views;

            .251m: A 522: mayonnaise bowl;

            .251n: A 550/80: sandwich plate; side and top views;

            .251o: A 562/80: double vegetable dish, side and two top views;

 

Folder 5: numbers A 600-A 1065 (acc. 2018x72.252a-g):

            .252a: A 630: bowl;

            .252b: A 674/80: gravy boat;

            .252c-d: A 675/80: gravy boat tray;

            .252e: A 676/80: nappy; side and top views;

            .252f: A 1064: mayonnaise bowl; top and side views;

            .252g: A 1065: bowl, top and side views

 

Folder 6: numbers ADE and AH 2- AH 376 (acc. 2018x72.253-.254):

            .253: ADE 100: coffee pot;

 

            .254a: AH 2-X2: coffee pot;

            .254b: AH 3: coffee pot;

            .254c: AH 277/70: coffee cup and saucer, with top and side views of saucer;

            .254d: AH 344/70: bowl with two handles, possibly a bouillon cup;

            .254e-h: AH 373/80: sugar bowl and creamer, and coffee pot (two of each);

            .254i: AH 374/80: water pitcher, matches drawings above;

            .254j-L: AH 376/80: water pitcher, same design but different shape from above;

 

Folder 7: numbers AH 500- AH 599 (acc. 2018x72.255a-k):

            .255a: AH 549/80: bowl, top and side views;

            .255b: AH 550/80: bowl, top and side views;

            .255c-d: AH 554/80: ice cream plate, top and side views;

            .255e: AH 580/80: bowl, top and side views;

            .255f: AH 581/80: bowl, top and side views;

            .255g-i: AH 582/80: sandwich plate, top and side views;

            .255j-k: AH 583/80: centerpiece & mesh: top and side views;

 

Folder 8: numbers DE 1- DE 148 (acc. 2018x72.256a-g):

            .256a: DE 1-A: star flower almond dish, dated 6-1-33;

            .256b: DE 1-B: grape leaf raisin dish, dated 6-1-33;

                        [DE 1-C: this is also numbered SE 355 and is filed under that number]

            .256c: DE 33: teapot;

            .256d: DE 122: mayonnaise bowl, top and side views;

            .256e: DE 128: sandwich plate, top and side views;

            .256f-g: DE 148: sandwich plate, top and side views; .256f has note: “return with sample to Mr. Syms”;

 

Folder 9: numbers DS 1- DS 324 (acc. 2018x72.257a-e):

            .257a: DS 46: coffee cup; watercolor on black board;

            .257b: DS 80: bowl with pine cone decoration [see also set for state of North Carolina]; wash drawing on board; side and top views;

            .257c: DS 194: compote, side and top views;

            .257d: DS 279: celery dish, top and side views; also numbered 1413/87;

            .257e: DS 324: plated waiter, side and top views; with note: C. W. Warren, statistical order 7536;

 

Folder 10: numbers H and N.E.  (acc. 2018x72.258-.259):

            .258: H 356: coffee pot; (number DE 29 is crossed out);

           

            .259a: N.E. 108: coffee pot? a pitcher of some sort, with an air chamber inside;

            .259b: N.E. 119: a stand for the Hotel Pennsylvania, perhaps a table number stand; dated July 30, 1932;

            .259c-d: N.E. 146: ravier dish, top and side views on one sheet; side view only on other;

            .259e: N.E. 154: vegetable dish 2800, top and side views, for Parker House;

            .259f: N.E. 156: match box, with peacock on top;

            .259g: N.E. 228: tea or coffee pot; [in a Moderne style];

            .259h: N.E. 293: tea or coffee pot, with extra sketches;

            .259i: N.E. 557: coffee pot, in Hotel style, top and side views; stamped Turner;

            .259j: N.E. 563: coffee pot, top and side views, dated 1.6.44;

 

Folder 11: numbers S 1104 and S.E. 0-199 (acc. 2018x72.260-.261):

            .260: S 1104: Bosch trophy;

 

            .261a: S.E. 91: sandwich plate, top and side views; initialed T;

            .261b: S.E. 111: bon bon dish; top and side views; initialed T;

            .261c: S.E. 112: bowl, top and side views; initialed T;

            .261d: S.E. 127: compote; top and side views;

            .261e-f: S.E. 146: creamer and sugar; to supersede SE 86; top and side views, plus detail of handle;

            .261g-h: S.E. 147: creamer and sugar; to supersede SE 87; top and side views, plus detail of handle;

            .261i: S.E. 156: gravy boat, top and side views; initialed and dated G.F., 12/14/31;

            .261j: S.E. 166: gravy boat tray, top and side views; initialed and dated G.F., 12/14/31;

 

Folder 12: numbers S.E. 200-S.E. 299 (acc. 2018x72.262a-i):

            .262a: S.E. 257: comport [compote]; top and side views; “this drawing okay from S.E. 257”;

            .262b: S.E. 258: comport [compote]; top and side views; “drawing okay SE 258”;

            .262c: S.E. 277: coffee pot; written on back: Clovis 1st, Romaine;

            .262d: S.E. 292: vegetable dish (open), line 600, Jan. 1933; top and side views;

            .262e: S.E. 293: gravy boat and tray, no. 600; top and side views;

            .262f-g: S.E. 296: salad plate, line 600, Jan. 1933; top and side views; drawing, blueprint;

            .262h: S.E. 297: double shell bon bon dish, Jan. 1933; shown from top, and in closed position;

            .262i: S.E. 299: shell bon bon dish, Jan. 1933; shown from top and side,   

 

Folder 13: numbers S.E. 300-S.E. 339 (acc. 2018x72.263a-v):

            .263a-b: S.E. 304 and S.E. 305: cocktail goblets, Jan. 1933; S.E. 304 has a rooster on the stem; SE 305 has an owl;

            .263c: S.E. 308: sandwich plate, Jan. 1933; top and side views;

            .263d: S.E. 311: three-light candelabra, sterling, dated 2/10/33; wash drawing;

            .263e-f: S.E. 312: sandwich plate, top and side views; Feb. 1933, ok’ed by Mr. Weeks; .263e has color and shading; .263f is just an outline of plate and design;

            .263g-h: S.E. 313: sandwich plate, top and side views; Feb. 1933, ok’ed by Mr. Weeks; .263g has color and shading; .263h is just an outline of plate and design;

            .263i-j: S.E. 314: grape dish or bon bon, top and side views; Feb. 1933, ok’ed by Mr. Weeks; .263i has color; .263f is just an outline of plate and design;

            .263k: S.E. 316: sandwich plate, top and side views; wash drawing;

            .263L: S.E. 317: teapot, top and side views, with other small sketches; on two attached sheets of paper;

            .263m: S.E. 319: bon bon or nut dish, with top, side, and bottom views, wash drawing; OK JHM, 4/4/33;

            .263n: S.E. 321: tid bit stand, top and side views;

            .263o: S.E. 325: bon bon dish, top and side views, decorated with a swan;

            .263p: S.E. 327: almond dish, top and side views;

            .263q: S.E. 329: fruit dish, top and side views;

            .263r: S.E. 334: celery or relish dish;

            .263s: S.E. 335: sandwich dish, 4-13-33; top and side views;

            .263t: S.E. 336: sandwich plate, also #925, top and side views;

            .263u-v: S.E. 338 and SE 339: comports [compotes], both decorated with seahorses; S.E..338: side view only; S.E. 339: top and side views

 

Folder 14: numbers S.E. 340-S.E. 399 (acc. 2018x72.264a-s):

            .264a-b: S.E. 340 and S.E. 341: bowls, both decorated with seahorses; S.E. 340: shown with flower holder inside bowl; S.E. 341: shown with mesh top;

            .264c: S.E. 345: small dish or bowl, top and side views;

            .264d: S.E. 347: coffee pot, side view, with outlines of body, cover, and foot;

            .264e: S.E. 348: no drawing, just the note “dish with doily center”;

            .264f: S.E. 348: comport [compote], top and side views;

            .264g: S.E. 350: relish dish, top and side views;

            .264h: S.E. 355, compound leaf almond dish, dated 6-1-33 , also numbered DE 1-C [see also DE 1-A and DE 1-B above];

            .264i: S.E. 357: bread tray, top and side views;

            .264j: S.E. 362: bon bon dish, “ok JHM”;

            .264k: S.E. 367: bon bon dish, sterling, 8/17/33, top and side view, “using Francis 1st tea spoon handle”; with some small sketches;

            .264L: S.E. 370: dessert sugar and creamer, using Francis iced tea for handles; top and side views;

            .264m: S.E. 371: luncheon set loaf sugar [creamer, and dish to hold lump sugar]; top and side views;

            .264n: S.E. 374: no. 938 fruit dish; top and side views;

            .264o: S.E. 375: cocktail tray, sterling, top and side views; handles include rooster design;

            .264p-q: S.E. 376: vase, side view with outline of foot on .264p; and side view with outline of foot and opening on .264q;

            .264r: S.E. 385: shell vase, sterling, July conv’n, with note to make a sample in plaster;

            .264s: S.E. 393: three lemon forks, with variations in design on handle;

 

Folder 15: numbers S.E. 400-S.E. 499 (acc. 2018x72.265a-y):

            .265a: S.E. 402: cocktail spoon, front and side views;

            .265b: S.E. 417: muffin dish; top and side views; (blueprint);

            .265c: S.E. 426: bread & butter plate; top and side views;

            .265d: S.E. 427: service plate; top and side views;

            .265e: S.E. 428: after dinner coffee pot;

            .265f: S.E. 438: after dinner coffee set: creamer (S.E. 429), coffee pot, sugar bowl (S.E. 368); wash drawing;

            .265g: S.E. 433: lemon dish, gilt inside; top and side views;

            .265h: S.E. 437: service plate, top and side views;

            .265i: S.E. 439: cracker plate, top and side views; “ok, JHM, make samples, Dec. 1st/33”:

            .265j: S.E. 441: sandwich plate, top and side views; “like shell vase”; wash drawing;

            .265k: S.E. 442: gravy boat and tray, top and side views;

            .265L: S.E. 443: open vegetable dish; top and side views;

            .265m: S.E. 446: sandwich plate, top and side views;

            .265n: S.E. 447: style 280 b&b [bread and butter plate], in form of leaf; top and side views;

            .265o: S.E. 448: style #320 b&b [bread and butter plate], in form of leaf; top and side views;

            .265p: S.E. 449: plate or dish, in form of leaves; top and side views;

            .265q: S.E. 450: cucumber dish, top and side views;

            .265r: S.E. 451: outline of a plate or dish in form of a leaf;

            .265s: S.E. 459: an oval dish of some sort, top and side views;

            .265t: S.E. 466: teapot, “hold till May”;

            .265u: S.E. 471: sandwich plate, sterling, top and side views;

            .265v: S.E. 492: sandwich plate, top and side views; #23 B&S; wash drawing;

            .265w: S.E. 493: plate or dish, top and side views; with sketches of a flatware handle (“see Antoinette for new front”) and a pitcher;

            .265x: S.E. 494: fruit bowl, oval, with variations in handle;

            .265y: S.E. 495: vegetable dish, with cover; top and side views;

           

Folder 16: numbers S.E. 500-S.E. 899 (acc. 2018x72.266a-h):

            .266a: S.E. 511: bowl, sterling, in form of shells, top and side views, dated 1/4/35;

            .266b: S.E. 512: bon bon dish, in form of anemone flower, 1/4/35; top and side views,

            .266c: S.E. 515: bowl decorated with anemone flowers, 1/4/35; top and side views,

            .266d: S.E. 516: bowl, top and side views;

            .266e: S.E. 518: bowl, triangular in shape, with three different decorations shown; wash drawing of top view; pencil of side view;

            .266f: S.E. 585: teapot, 18th century style;

            .266g: S.E. 631” salad dish, top and side views;

            .266h: S.E. 897: comport [compote]; sterling, initialed T; side and partial view of rim;

 

Folder 17: numbers S.E. 900-S.E. 1199 (acc. 2018x72.267a-L):

            .267a: S.E. 905: salad dish, top and side views;

            .267b: S.E. 915: bowl, with top and side views;

            .267c: S.E. 959: condiment stand: to hold three shakers, with top and side views;

            .267d: S.E. 981: waiter for tea set no. 625; top and side views;

            .267e: S.E. 1102: marmalade jar; “not to be considered at present, 2/28/38”;

            .267f: S.E. 1116: coffee cup and saucer, partially colored; dated March 1938;

            .267g: S.E. 1122: marmalade: silver cover and plate; hold 3/10/38; top and side views;

            .267h: S.E. 1128: three-light candelabra;

            .267i-j: S.E. 1144: handles for spoons, slight variations in design; gouache drawings;

            .267k: S.E. 1167: double vegetable dish; 7/15/38; “hold for Gorham dish”; top and side views;

            .267L: S.E. 1170: pepper & salt shakers on a stand, 7/15/38; two side views;

 

Folder 18: numbers S.E. 1200-S.E. 1399 (acc. 2018x72.268a-o):

            .268a: S.E. 1248: Nancy Lee coffee pot, “convention recommendation” [see also acc. 2018x72.245, other designs in Nancy Lee pattern]

            .268b: S.E. 1253: coffee pot, 4/25/29;

            .268c: S.E. 1274: bowl, 6/23/39; top and side views;

            .268d: S.E. 1275: bon bon dish, 6/23/39; top and side views;

            .268e: S.E. 1277-B: bon bon dish, hold 8/8/39, “favored by conference, 7-11-39”; top and side views;

            .268f-g: S.E. 1278 and S.E. 1278-B: “Tradition” mayonnaise bowl, “shape favored conference 7-11-39”; top and side views; both initialed T within a shield;

            .268h: S.E. 1278-D: [compote], top and side views;

            .268i-j: S.E. 1288 and S.E. 1288-B: bowl and bon bon dish, 9/29/29; top and side views;

            .268k-L: S.E. 1289: bowl and bon bon dish; both have production forms stapled to the drawings; top and side views;

            .268m: S.E. 1322: pitcher, “this is right”; notes on back;

            .268n: S.E. 1322: also numbered S.E. 1345-C: pitcher, chased, initialed T within a shield;

            .268o: SE 1352-A: also no. X645 chased: coffee pot; initialed T within a shield;

 

 

Folder 19: numbers S.E. 1500-S.E. 1599 (acc. 2018x72.269a-l):

            .269a: S.E. 1504: plate, with top and side views; another sketch on back;

            .269b: S.E. 1512: bon bon dish, with top and side views, stamped Cayer;

            .269c-d: S.E. 1514, S.E. 1515, designs for curved or straight rims or edges, both stamped Turner;

            .269e-f: S.E. 1561, S.E. 1562: designs for straight rims or edges, both stamped Turner, Miller;

            .269g: S.E. 1562: designs for curved rim, dated 3/12/41;

            .269h-i: S.E. 1563: designs for straight or curved rims or edges, .269h is stamped Turner, Miller; .269i is dated 3/12/41;

            .269j-L: S.E. 1579: coffee pots, side views are wash drawings; outlines of lids are in pencil; .269j-k are stamped Turner, Lafferty; .269L stamped Turner;

 

Folder 20: numbers S.E. 1600-S.E. 1699 (acc. 2018x72.270a-i):

            .270a: S.E. 1603-C: creamer, top and side views;

            .270b: S.E. 1666: compote, sample made and approved 11/5/45; top and side views;

            .270c: S.E. 1668: bowl, showing new legs, R&B pattern, top and side views;

            .270d: S.E. 1672: compote, revised;

            .270e-f: S.E. 1689: gravy boat and tray; .270e is stamped Cayer; .270f has revised outline of tray; top and side views on both drawings;

.270g: S.E. 1689: tray for gravy boat; wash drawing; top and side views;

            .270h: S.E. 1694[? – faded]: sandwich plate, stamped Lafferty; top and side views;

            .270i: S.E. 1695[? – faded]: aspic dish; stamped Lafferty; top and side views;

 

Folder 21: numbers S.E. 1700-S.E. 1766, S.E. 1768- S.E. 1799 (acc. 2018x72.271a-q):

                        [note: drawings for S.E. 1767 are in the next folder]

            .271a: S.E. 1712: sandwich plate; wash drawing; top and side views;

            .271b-c: S.E. 1714: bon bon dishes; top and side views; .271b is stamped Turner; .271c is marked ok, JHM, 6-15-43;

            .271d: S.E. 1720: sandwich plate, wash drawing, stamped Turner; top and side views;

            .271e-f: S.E. 1722: candlestick, both stamped Turner, .271e marked ok, JHM, 3-2-43;

            .271g: S.E. 1729: sandwich plate, style: Colonial Pineapple, with wash highlights;

            .271h: S.E. 1739: cake tray, stamped Turner; “ok, JHM, 3-2-43”; top and side views;

            .271i: S.E. 1761: bon bon dish, oval; “ok, JHM, 5-8-46”; top and side views;

            .271j: S.E. 1762: gravy boat and tray, “ok, JHM, 5-8-46”; top and side views;

            .271k: S.E. 1765: fruit dish; “ok, JHM, 5-8-46”; top and side views;             

            .271L: S.E. 1766: twin mayonnaise bowls, oval, with tray; “5-7-46, ok, JHM”; top and side views;

            .271m: S.E. 1763: bread tray; “ok, JHM, 5-7-46”; top and side views;

            .271n-o: S.E. 1765L double vegetable dish, with lid; top and side views on both; .261o: “5-7-46, ok, JHM, discard”;

            .271p: S.E. 1786: part of kettle #663, “accepted 3/5/48”;

            .271q: S.E. 1787-663: water pitcher; “accepted 3/5/48”;

 

Folder 22: number S.E. 1767 (acc. 2018x72.272a-o):

            .272a: original folder, decorated with drawing of a coffee pot;

            .272b: sauce boat matching SE 1767, wash drawing, initialed T within circle;

            .272c: coffee pot: outline of pot, spout, and handle;

            .272d: S.E. 1767-2: coffee pot, with outline of lid or body; colored drawing;

            .272e: water pitcher to harmonize with S.E. 1767-2, with outline of opening and body;

            .272f-h: S.E. 1767-A: teapots, with outlines of lid or body;

            .272i-k: S.E. 1767-B: sugar bowls, with outlines of lid or body;

            .272L-n: S.E. 1767-C: creamers, with outlines of opening or body;

            .272o: unlabeled, but outline of coffee pot body;

 

Folder 23: numbers WS (acc. 2018x72.273a-b):

            .273a: WS 7428: punch bowl;

            .273b: WS 7596: trophy plaque: “Wellesley College Horse Show, Awarded for Outstanding Horsemanship, Presented by Weston Saddle and Bridle Club”

                       

           

 

Box 20: Drawings arranged by number: WE (acc. 2018x72.274-.283)

 

Folder 1: numbers WE 1-199 (acc.  2018x72.274a-q):

            .274a: WE-1: teapot;

            .274b: WE 45: creamer, with detail of handle;

            .274c: WE 58: vase #5074, Aug. 1930;

            .274d: WE 59: bowl, #500, Aug. 1930, approved for sample, JHM, 7-15-30;

            .274e: WE 60: mayonnaise bowl, Aug. 1930, approved for sample, JHM, 7-15-30;

            .274f-g: WE-84: creamer; and sugar bowl;

            .274h: WE 85: sugar bowl and creamer: rough sketches, with side and top views;

            .274i-j: creamer; and sugar bowl; both include side and top views;

            .274k: WE 88: bowl, side and top views;

            .274L-m: creamer; and sugar bowl; both with side and top views;

            .274n: WE 99: coffee pot or small pitcher, on a plate, #1671;

            .274o: WE 102: vegetable dish, #4090, Dec. 1930, top and side views, with price;

            .274p: WE 129: tray to carry #20 and #26, also used as occasional tray, top and side views;

            .274q: WE 153: beaker;

 

Folder 2: numbers WE 200-299 (acc.  2018x72.275a-p):

            .275a: WE 238: three light candelabra, sterling, “make it in plate”; wash drawing;

            .275b-c: WE 260: Tea or coffee pot, with view of top and plan of foot (drawing and blueprint);

            .275d: WE 266: plated coffee pot, parts like WE 259, with view of top;

            .275e: WE 271: fruit bowl “pewter”; with top and side views;

            .275f: WE 273: cow compote, with top and side views;

            .275g: WE 274: cake dish, dated 8/17/33;

            .275h: WE 276: Dutch lunch dish, top and side views;

            .275i: WE 290: centerpiece: top and side views;

            .275j-k: WE 290: fruit dish, top and side views; .275k is wash drawing, labeled convention July 1933;

            .275L: WE 292: open vegetable dish, top and side views; handles with design of corn, carrots, beets, and other vegetables;

            .275m: WE 294: miniature double dish for cigarettes, convention, July 1933;

            .275n: WE 297: Windsor teapot, with view of top; “ok, JHM”;

            .275o: WE 298: Windsor sugar bowl, top and side views, “Mr. Eickham; ok, JHM”;

            .275p: WE 299: waste bowl [matches Windsor set], top and side views;

 

Folder 3: numbers WE 300-363 (acc.  2018x72.276a-t):

            .276a: WE 300: Windsor creamer, “ok, JHM”;

            .276b: WE 306: probably a nut or bon bon dish, two shells together;

            .276c: WE 308: kettle with stand, dated 11/20/33;

            .276d: WE 309: twin double dish, with two side views and a top view;

            .276e: WE 310: twin double dish, with two side views and a top view;

            .276f-g: WE 312: bowl; .256f is dated and initialed 11/18/33, G.T.[?]J.; .276g has top and side views;

            .276h: WE 315: pitcher, with lid and a plate, leaf and twig decorations, with outline of top;

            .276i: WE 319: flower holder, side and top views;

            .276j: WE 321: tray with cover, top and side views; [one corner almost broken off];

            .276k: WE 323: flower holder; top and side views;

            .276L: WE 330: cocktail shaker, with detail of handle;

            .276m: WE 331: tartar sauce dish, in shape of fish;

            .276n: WE 332: cocktail tray, top and side views;

            .276o: WE 350: pitcher, top and side views;

            .276p: WE 351: [flower holder or centerpiece], top and side views;

            .276q-r: WE 361: two candlesticks, in form of lily pads, .276r has two rough sketches of the candle cup;

            .276s: WE 362: Windsor meat dish, top and side views;

            .276t: WE 363: meat dish, in W&T [well & tree] 5300 line;

 

Folder 4: numbers WE 365-399 (acc.  2018x72.277a-t):

            .277a: WE 365: fruit bowl, top and side views;

            .277b: WE 367: ash tray, top and side views;

            .277c: WE 368: sandwich shell, top and side views;

            .277d: WE 370: fruit bowl, using WE 289 stampings; decorated with grapes;

            .277e: WE 371: Dutch lunch dish, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277f: WE 372: vegetable dish, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277g: WE 373: sandwich plate, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277h: WE 374: tray, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277i: WE 375: Dutch supper dish, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277j-k: WE 376: waiter, decorated with grapes; top views and partial side view;

            .277L: WE 377: vase, decorated with grapes;

            .277m: WE 379: after dinner coffee pot, decorated with grapes;

            .277n: WE 381: comport [compote], decorated with grapes;

            .277o: WE 382: bowl, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277p: WE 384: Dutch supper dish cover; decorated with grapes; top and side views;

            .277q: WE 387: water pitcher, decorated with grapes;

            .277r: WE 390: candlestick and three-light candelabra, decorated with grapes;

            .277s: WE 396: water pitcher, decorated with grapes, wash drawing;

            .277t: WE 397: meat dish, decorated with grapes; top and side views;

 

Folder 5: numbers WE 400-499 (acc.  2018x72.278a-n):

            .278a: WE 401: chop dish, wash drawing; top and side views;

            .278b: WE 402: waiter, top and side views;

            .278c: WE 407: water pitcher, decorated with grapes;

            .278d: WE 424: sandwich plate, to and side views, with some other small sketches;

            .278e: WE 426: breakfast dish, [a covered dish], top and side views;

            .278f: WE 427: a shell-shaped dish, with grapes as decoration;

            .278g: WE 430: sandwich plate, wash drawing, rough outline of side view;

            .278h: WE 431: bon bon dish, shell-shaped, with grapes as decoration; also #205;

            .278i: WE 452: chop dish, top and side views;

            .278j: WE 461: bread tray, top and side views;

            .278k: WE 468: relish dish, top and side views;

            .278L: WE 469: relish tray, glass lining, top and side views;

            .278m: WE 470: dish or shallow bowl, top ad side views, to match a salad dish;

            .278n: WE 482: dish of some sort, top and side views;

           

Folder 6: numbers WE 500-699 (acc.  2018x72.279a-g):

            .279a: WE 519: 3-legged frame with spring holders [to hold a bowl], top and side views;

            .279b: WE 548: fruit bowl & centerpiece with flower shelves, top and side views;

            .279c: WE 648: well & tree meat platter, top and side views; dated 6/24/36;

            .279d: WE 657: 2 compartment covered dish, top and side views, with variations in handles;

            .279e: WE 661: meat dish with hot water dish, top and side views;

            .279f: WE 669: bowl to match #600 candelabra;

            .279g: WE 670: bowl;

 

Folder 7: numbers WE 700-999 (acc.  2018x72.280a-f):

            .280a: WE 796: hors-d’oeuvre [tray] with hot water pan, top and side views;

            .280b: WE 817: candelabra [three-lights]; May 16, 1937;

            .280c: WE 874: compote, side views, with top views of bowl and foot, 4/15/35;

            .280d: WE 960: coffee pot, “convention recommendation,” initialed T;

            .280e: WE 961: bowl, top and side views, “convention recommendation,” est. 4/25/39;

            .280f: WE 965: meat dish [with well & tree], top and side views; “convention recommendation”; dated 4/25/39;

 

Folder 8: numbers WE 1000-1199 (acc.  2018x72.281a-h):

            .281a: WE 1002: 3 compartment vegetable dish, top and side views, with variations in design; “shown Jan. 1940”; pencil drawing on board;

.281b: WE 1022: cocktail shaker; wash drawing on board;

WE 1054: cigarette box; wash drawing on board;

WE 1055: cigar box; wash drawing on board;

            .281c: WE 1023: gardenia dish, top and side views; dated 11/3/19; also sketches on back;

            .281d: WE 1025: marmalade basket, topped with a strawberry; initialed L, dated 9/29/39 and 11/10/39;

            .281e: WE 1037: tea set in Celtic style, showing coffee pot, sugar bowl, and creamer, shown Jan. 194- [torn]; wash drawing on board;

            .281f: WE 1103: chop dish, top and side views; stamped Lafferty;

            .281g: WE 1110: salad dish, top and side views; dated 5/3/40; stamped Rodgers;

            .281h: WE 1112: bon bon dish, top and side views; dated 5/3/40; stamped Rodgers;

 

Folder 9: numbers WE 1200-1299 (acc.  2018x72.282a-p):

            .282a: WE 1263: double vegetable dish, top and side views;

            .282b: WE 1264: [centerpiece?], top and side views, dated Jan. 25/42 and 1/18/44;

            .282c: WE 1266: centerpiece, top and side views, dated 8-23-43 and 1/18/44; stamped Turner;

            .282d-f: WE 1268-A: teapot;

                        WE 1268-B: sugar bowl;

                        WE 1268-C: creamer;

            .282g: WE 1274: salad dish, top and side views, dated 5/9/46;

            .282h-j: WE 1278-B: sugar bowl; top and side views; detail of handles;

                        WE 1278-C: creamer; top and side views; detail of handle;

                        WE 1278-D: waste bowl; top and side views;

            .282k-L: WE 1280 bon bon dish, and compote, made from it “ok, JHM, 5/9/46”; top and side views of both;

            .282m: WE 1281: bread tray, “ok, JHM, 5/9/46”; top and side views;

            .282n: WE 1282: double vegetable dish, signed Lafferty; top and side views;

            .282o: WE 1283: gravy boat & tray, “ok [with note], JHM, 5/9/46”; top and side views;

            .282p: WE 1286: tray for double mayonnaise, “ok, JHM, 5/9/46”; top and side views;

 

Folder 10: numbers WE 1300-2999 (acc.  2018x72.283a-g):

            .283a-b: WE 1303: chop dish, top and side views; (.283a is a more complete drawing0;

            .283c: WE 1304: top and side views of a shallow dish;

            .283d-e: WE 1318: coffee pot, dated 2/18/48; .283d is a more detailed drawing;

            .283f: WE 1409: bowl, top view and two side views, dated 9/9/49;

            .283g: WE 2926: tea and coffee pots, creamers and sugar bowl; Jamestown bodies;

 

 

Box 21: Blueprints for United States Navy (discontinued) (acc. 2018x72.284a-s):

            .284a-b: labels from original folders, one of which identified the blueprints as an incomplete set, and the other described the blueprints as a discontinued set, dated 5/25/35;

            .284c1-7: “Suggestions of sizes to be used on marking U.S. Navy flatware by Reed & Barton per blue-prints submitted, June 29, 1934”: typed list of many kinds of flatware (carving knifes, crumb scrapers, pickle forks, etc., in addition to the usual table knives, forks, spoons), and the markings to be used for various ranks (admiral, captain, wardroom and warrant officers, etc.)

            .284d: markings to be used on silver for admiral, vice and rear admirals, captain, and junior, warrant, wardroom and hospital messes; in different sizes, undated;

            .284e: markings to be used on silverware in officers’ messes, in different sizes, with dates ranging from June 18, 1927-June 22, 1933, but a note added in pencil says these were revised in 1934-1935; sheet 1 of 13;

            .284f: blueprint for meat dishes (3 sizes), fish dish, bread tray, and celery dish, top and side views of all, dated 1926-1927; sheet 2 of 13;

            .284g: gravy boat, sugar bowl, baking dish (2 sizes), fruit dish, vegetable dishes (2 sizes), syrup pitcher, tea strainer, and waiter; some with more than one view; dated 1926-1927; sheet 3 of 13;

            .284h: mustard pot, teapot (2 sizes, caster, butter dish, water ewer, cream pitcher, ice pitcher; dated 1926-1927, 1935; sheet 4 of 13;

            .284i: gravy boat, sugar bowl, celery dish, cream pitcher, coffee pot, smoking set [with match holder and cigar lamp], ash holder [i.e. ashtray], cigar and cigarette holders, salt and pepper shakers, bread tray; dated 1926-1927; sheet 5 of 13;

            .284j: flatware: forks (dessert, oyster, pickle, table), knives (butter, dessert, table); caring and fish knives and forks; gravy ladle, nutcracker, crumb scraper, spoons (coffee, dessert, mustard, salt, sugar, table, tea), carving steel, sugar tongs; dated 1926-1927; sheet 6 of 13;

            .284k: fish dish, meat dish (3 sizes), vegetable dish; dated 1926-1927; sheet 7 of 13;

            .284L: caster, baking and fruit dishes, bon bon, water pitcher, tea and coffee pots; dated 1926-1927, 1935; sheet 8 of 13;

            .284m: gravy boat, sugar bowl, baking dish and lining, butter dish, meat dish (2 sizes), vegetable dish (2 sizes), waiter; dated 1926-1927; sheet 9 of 13;

            .284n: caster, forks (dessert, table), knives (butter, dessert, table), gravy ladle, spoons (coffee, desert, mustard, salt, table, tea), sugar tongs, water pitcher; dated 1926-1927; sheet 10 of 13;

            .284o: bowls (finger, sugar), creamers, coffee pot, finger bowl tray; dated 1926-1927; sheet 11 of 13;

            .284p: pepper and salt shakers [called cruets], fruit and vegetable dishes, cream pitcher, tea and coffee pots, bread tray; dated 1926-1927; sheet 12 of 13;

            .284q: salt cellar, cream pitcher, teapot, spoons (bouillon, soup, sugar), waiter; dated 1926-1927; sheet 13 of 13;

            .284r: gravy boat, sugar bowl, celery dish, cream pitcher, coffee pot, smoking set [with match holder and cigar lamp], ash holder [i.e. ashtray], cigar and cigarette holders, salt and pepper shakers, bread tray; dated 1926-1927, 1935; sheet 5 of 14;

            .284s: bowls (finger, sugar), creamers, coffee pot, finger bowl tray; dated 1926-1927, 1935; sheet 11 of 14;

           

Box 22: Ecclesiastical drawings and W.M. [white metal] Department drawings (acc. 2018x72.285-.296):

            [note: these are extra-large drawings; smaller drawings from the same folders are found in Box 23]

 

Folder 1: Ecclesiastical miscellany (acc. 2018x72.285a-r)

            .285a-b: alms basins or plates, dated 14 May 1907, top and side views;

            .285c-d: no. 10115-B and no. 10115-C: alms basins or plates, top and side views;

            .285e: possibly a ciborium, with a matching baton, noted as ordered & made Sept. 1918, with name Turner;

            .285f1-2: altar crucifix for St. Mary’s, West Quincy, cast bronze, “drawn by Turner”; [drawing is in two pieces, but both within same polyester folder]; [see also 2018x72.3338L];

            .285g: candlestick for St. Mary’s, West Quincy, cast bronze, “drawn by Turner”; [see also 2018x72.3338m];

            .285h1-2: processional cross, 31 Dec. 1914 [drawing is in two pieces, but both within same polyester folder]; [see also .288h]

            .285i-j: bread boxes, with side and front elevations and top views; .285i is no. 121114, and .285j is dated 30 Dec. 1914;

            .285k-m: candlesticks; .285L-m are numbered 121114 A and B;

            .285n: cross on base, no. 112414;

            .285o: cross on base, dated 16 Dec. 1914;

            .285p: no. 23: ewer for baptismal font for Memorial Church, Fairhaven, Mass., with text of inscription;

            .285q-r: no. 50 and no. 51: designs of inscriptions for ewer for Memorial Church, Fairhaven, Mass.

 

Folder 2: Ecclesiastical goods: flagons, cruets, etc. (acc. 2018x72.286a-m)

            .286a: a candelabra? Goblets on a tiered tray?, communion set? wash drawing;

            .286b-c: two ewers or flagons, both with details of handles; one includes drawing of a cup; wash drawings;

            .286d: ADS-45: alms basin for Mr. H. Hebbard, Nov. 9/22; [see also 2018x72.45, p. 96];

            .286e: alms basin with inscription: “I Am the Bread of Life”;

            .286f: alms basin with inscription: “Give and it shall be given unto you;

            .286g-h: alms basins, with leaf borders;

            .286i: chalice, outline of paten, and ewer or flagon, wash drawing;

            .286j-k: SX 8137 flagon, for Hufnagel & Co., July 30/21; .286k is watercolor;

            .286L: flagon, goblet or chalice, candlestick, with helmet designs; gouache drawing;

            .286m: no. 122327: seven-branch electric candelabra, initialed M; wash drawing;

 

Folder 3: specials without numbers, 1911-1927: trophies (acc. 2018x72.287a-i)

                        [note: these probably came from the White Metal Department, but the folder was not so labeled]

            .287a: Myopia Cup: decorated with animal head, belt, horn, dated 3-15-12;

            .287b: trophy plaque, decorated with a track and field figure, dated 6-8-14;

            .287c: Wianno Yacht Club Commodore’s Trophy, presented by B.H. Dowse, 1915: trophy plaque, dated 7-28-15;

            .287d: trophy plaque, or shield, decorated with a basketball, no. 123020;

            .287e: Southern Pacific Lines Athletic Associations Athletic Trophy, May 28, 1927, Houston, Texas, no. 42127;

            .287f: Monongahela Valley Country Club Second Flight Championship, trophy plaque for golf, no. 102721; [see also .386i and .387dd]

            .287g: trophy plaque for a golf trophy, 12026;

            .287h: Connie Mack Trophy for the Inter-Department Base Ball Championship of the John B. Stetson Company, no. 31317, 1917; decorated with baseball players and an elephant holding banners; [search Connie Mack to find other drawings for this trophy];

            .287i: Shaker Heights Country Club Championship Trophy, decorated with figure of woman golfer, #22749, no. 82519, “no S number”

 

Folder 4: specials without numbers, 1911-1927: miscellaneous items (acc. 2018x72.288a-h)

                        [note: these probably came from the White Metal Department, but the folder was not so labeled]

            .288a-b: epergnes, “for foreign sample, never made,” dated 28 and 29 Oct. 1915;

            .288c: three-light candelabra;

            .288d: centerpiece, dated 19 Sept. 1912;

            .288e-g: waiters [trays]

            .288h: processional cross, dated 31 Dec. 1914 [see also .285h]

           

Folder 5: W.M. Department: regular (acc. 2018x72.289a-d)

            .289a: #382: loving cup;

            .289b: #2036: Loving cup, dated 27 May 1911, with name Laurena;

            .289c: #4080: tray or waiter, top view, with partial side view;

            .289d: one side: #4080: references to frames and grilles;

                        Other side: sample #252: vase, 24 inches tall, 10 Feb. 1914;

 

Folder 6: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3182-3374 (acc. 2018x72.290a-h):

            .290a: 3182-S (also 2032): loving cup;

            .290b: 3305-S/3395: trophy cup, topped with an eagle; design includes initials B and F, The Automobile Club of America, a car, and Grand Prize, dated Jan. 2, 1912;

.290c: 3306-S: ten-light floor lamp, Feb. 14, 1912;

            .290d: 3341-S: trophy plaque: Hotel Grant Trophy, San Diego, Cal.; for Hotel U.S. Grant;

            .290e: 3356-S-7: seven-light candelabra;

            .290f: 3366-S: no. 61812, possibly a centerpiece, or dish of some kind. Cost $55 net; stamped June 18, 1912;

            .290g: 3374-S: newspaper rack???;

            .290h: 3374-S: no. 72512: Fireman’s Trophy: presented by the Board of Fire Commissioners [for excellence in] Department Drill Schools, and illustrated with a tower; [for Hartford, Connecticut];

 

Folder 7: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3545-4089 (acc. 2018x72.291a-L):

            .291a: 3545-S: electric lamp base, from design 10812;

            .291b: 3572-S: waiter for Phipps Grill, order by M.L., Dec. 5, 1913;

            .291c: 3692-S: six-light candelabra, with Davenport crest, 27 May 1914;

            .291d: 3841-S: candelabra with various numbers of arms, for Hotel Muehlebach, 17 Sept. 1914; [a hotel with that name is located in Kansas City, Mo.]; [search hotel name to find other items designed for it];

            .291e: 3855-S: urn [for coffee or hot water];

            .291f: 3874-S: waiter or tray;

            .291g: 3876-S: no. 12815-B: waiter or tray;

            .291h-i: 3918-S to 3924-S and 3926-S to 3933-S: loving cups in various sizes; both dated April 1915;

            .291j: 3976-S: trophy plaque: Post-Dispatch Trophy, emblematic of the Public School Baseball Champions, St. Louis; decorated with baseball bats;

            .291k: 4070-S: candlestick [but perhaps a lamp], “Kepple” model, from Miss Elsie de Wolfe;

            .291L: 4089-S: no. 91615: trophy plaque for golfing;

 

Folder 8: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4243-4432  (acc. 2018x72.292a-p):

            .292a: 4243-S: no. 11016: trophy plaque: for Edison Light (emblem includes a light bulb), and decorated with rifles; dated 12 Feb. 1916;

            .292b: 4245-S: design 2116-C: plaque, with basketball player, dated 17 Feb. 1916;

            .292c: 4254-S: plaque, to have a scene (but not shown), dated 17 March 1916;

            .292d: 4263-S: trophy plaque: New York State Prize won by Seventh Regiment, Peekskill, New York, September 3, 1915, decorated with a rifle; dated 19 Feb. 1916;

            .292e: 4264-S: trophy plaque: no. 11416-A: John Arthur Keppelman Trophy, Interscholastic Debating League, with scene of Greek orator; dated 25 Feb. 1916;

            .292f: 4283-S: no. 21816-A: bowling trophy, dated 21 March and April 10, 1916; with bowling pins and bowling ball;

            .292g: 4290-S: design 32716: Radel Trophy, B.P.O.E., decorated with head of an elk; dated 27 March 1916; [see also .333x]

            .292h: 4293-S: no. 31616-A: trophy plaque, decorated with two male runners;

            .292i: 4293-S: no. 31616-A: trophy plaque for Hand Ball Tournament, Single; with emblem: square divided by diagonal line, triangle in upper left, initials DAC in lower right;

            .292j: 4326-S: trophy plaque: decorated with crossed rifles and U.S. and Massachusetts flags;

            .292k-L: 4385-S: no. 52316-B: special shield for J.E. Caldwell, Miller, 5/23/16;

            .292m-n: 4386-S: no. 52316-A: special shield for J.E. Caldwell, Miller, 5/23/16;

                                    [note: .292n is stuck closed; DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN]

            .292o: 4389-S: no. 275-A: centerpiece/punch bowl for Hotel Deshler [different from punch bowl depicted in 2018x72.26]; [search Deshler for other items]

            .292p: 4432-S: no. 31516-A: trophy plaque

 

Folder 9: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4565-5124  (acc. 2018x72.293a-i):

            .293a: 4565-S: #1417-A: trophy plaque, topped with soccer player kicking ball;

            .293b: 4606-S: design no. 1517-A: curling trophy plaque; decorated with curling stone and brooms, and scene of people curling;

            .293c: 4633-S: #5317-A: trophy plaque, decorated with golfer and golf clubs;

            .293d: 4634-S: #5317-B: trophy plaque, decorated with golfer and golf clubs;

            .293e: 4635-S: #31317: The Connie Mack Trophy for the Inter Department Base Ball Championships; decorated with baseball players and an elephant holding banners Stetson is written on one banner); [search Connie Mack to find other drawings for this trophy];

            .293f: 4905-S and 4906-S: tall decorative item, either standard or vase holder, with initials H P;

            .293g: 4907-S and 4908-S: candelabras, available with 5 or 9 lights, with initials H P;

            .293h: 4954-S: trophy plaque, decorated with male basketball player, drawn by Miller, for Bunde & Upmeyer Co., order #1909;

            .293i: 5124-S: vase made for Mr. Douse[?], 2/18/20;

 

Folder 10: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4565-5124  (acc. 2018x72.294a-p):

            .294a: 5207-S: waiter or tray, order #18131 for Marcus & Co.;

            .294b: 5229-S: no. 102720: covered dish, C.N. Hancher[?], order 18955;

            .294c: 5261-S: centerpiece, with candle holders, blueprint;  

            .294d: 5310-S: trophy cup, on base;

                        On back: inscription about the division of a company of the 27th Division, Regiment O, on Oct. 11, 1917;

            .294e: 5311-S: trophy or loving cup, on base;

            .294f: 5393-S: tray or waiter: outline only

            .294g: 5452-S: no. 62322: tray or waiter, top and side views;

            .294h: 5546-S: trophy plaque: University Club Championship, Squash, Racquets, C.E. Sanders Trophy;

            .294i: 5547-S: no. 11322-B: trophy plaque: University Club Championship, Tennis Singles, C.E. Sanders Trophy;

            .294j: 5581-S: tray or waiter;

            .294k: 5782-S: no. 2624: trophy plaque; 3/4/24, order #6037 for Alsted Kasten Co. [Milwaukee, Wisc.];

            .294L: 5791-S: no. 22924: trophy plaque for baseball, decorated with batter, bats, ball; 3/11/24, order #6675, Sam. Becker; part of design was taken from Dupont Trophy;

            .294m: 5803-S: no. 22824: trophy plaque: Equitable Life of Iowa, Production Record Shield; S. Joseph & Sons, Des Moines, Iowa, order #8177, 3/26/24;

            .294n: 5860-S: trophy plaque for golf, monogram of NFCC; Mather Bros. Co., 16982, 7/18/24;

            .294o: 5893-S: no. 82624: tray or waiter, top and side views;

            .294p: 5931-S: #29793L special order 2195-F: outline of trophy plaque and shield;

 

Folder 11: W.M. Department Specials: no. 6146-6364  (acc. 2018x72.295a-j):

            .295a: 6146-S: no. 11425: plaque: Cadet Captains of B Company, Saint Johns School, Manlius, N.Y., (with list of names, 1889-1925, and space through 1940), Winners Company Competition, presented by E.M. Statler; decorated with rifles;

            .295b: 6206-S: no. 2626: trophy plaque, order 8286, dated 3/6/26;

            .295c: 6228-S: no. 42026: trophy plaque: decorated with golf ball and golf clubs;

            .295d: 6241-S: trophy plaque: decorated with an anchor, dolphins, and rope; order 15643, dated 6/10/26;

            .295e: 6242-S: trophy plaque: decorated with shells, sea horses, and a trident coming out of a keystone; order 15643, dated 6/10/26; [see .295i for flag with similar design];

            .295f: 6252-S: design no. 6326: Spetgang trophy cup, decorated with an owl and other classical designs;

            .295g: 6334-S: design no. 22527-B: trophy plaque: Socony Petroleum Products, Motor Oil Contest, East Cambridge Field; S.C&L. Co. [Shreve Crump & Low), 3/4/27; initialed M; watercolor; blind embossed Property of Reed & Barton;

            .295h: 6344-S: no. 31827: trophy plaque, with plates for engraved names;

            .295i: 6363-S: no. 3227-B: H. Barton Lewis Trophy, Speed Boat Regatta, 1927, First Prize; decorated with speed boat on water and a ship’s wheel; order 14652, J.E. Caldwell & Co., 6/17/27; watercolor; [similar flag is found on .295e];

            .295j: 6364-S: no. 3227-A: H. Barton Lewis Trophy, Speed Boat Regatta, 1927, Second Prize; decorated with speed boat on water and shells; order 14652, J.E. Caldwell & Co., 6/17/27; watercolor;

           

Folder 12: W.M. Department Specials: no. 6442-6847  (acc. 2018x72.296a-i):

            .296a: 6442-S: ice water urn, no. 2129-C, “o.k., H.H. Galbraith, see order Dr. R.C. Lynch”;

            .296b: 6573-S: no. 4528: plaque: “A Master Artist, Costumer, Designer, Creator, Builder, Originator, in the cause of better costuming and costuming conditions, presented by the officers and members of the N.C.A. [National Costumers Association, U.S. and Canada], to Lester C. Essig”;

design includes logo of NCA, also rifles and flags of U.S and Canada; [Essig owned Lester Costume Co. in Chicago];

[IN SEVERAL PIECES, USE WITH CARE];

            .296c: 6597-S: no.11429-A: plaque: American Legion, presented by Russell A. Wilcox for Advancement of Aviation, with space for name of post and achievement being honored; order 70507; decorated with an airplane;

            .296d: 6641-S: no.4539: waiter to match set 2760;

            .296e: 6649-S: no.42629: pewter waiter;

            .296f: 6655-S: no.51429-B: trophy: top and side views, featuring a boat with outboard motor, for Annual Out Board Motor Marathon;

            .296g: 6676-S: no.62829: meat dish, top and side views;

            .296h: 6693-S: trophy plaque: outline, but shows eagle, crossed flags, shield, and two pistols; order 72687;

            .296i: 6847-S: no. 81920: meat dish, top and side views;

 

Box 23: W.M. [white metal] Department drawings: regular and special (acc. 2018x72.297-.320):

           

[note: the extra-large drawings from the W.M. department are found in Box 22]

 

Folder 1: W.M. Department Regular: no. 1-27 (acc. 2018x72.297a-jj):

            .297a: #1: some sort of bowl with glass lining, wire handle, set in a small tray; [compare with .297i – similar form so perhaps this is also cereal dish and plate];

            .297b: #1: honey dish, side view and detail of rim of tray; dated 22 Nov. and 12-22, 1910

            .297c: #1: ewer, 3 Jan. 1912; with a variation showing the design as a vase;

            .297d: #1: smokers set or smokers tray, 6/8/12; top and side views

            .297e: #1: newspaper rack, 6/23/14; with detailed drawings of some parts;

            .297f: #2: coffee pot, with sugar bowl and creamer; “invalid set” is crossed through;

            .297g: #2: ewer, 2 Jan. 1912; with a variation showing the design as a vase;

            .297h: #2: sherbet cup, with glass lining, 20 Dec. 1912;

            .297i: #2: cereal dish and plate, 3/18/13;

            .297j: #3: ewer and basin, 21 Dec. 1911 [basin only in profile];

            .297k: #5: trivet, top and partial side view, 18 July 1911;

            .297L: #5: jam caster, top and side views, 13 Feb. 1911;

            .297m: #5: hot milk jug, large size, Dec. 19, 1912;

            .297n: #6: grated cheese bowl, 27 Oct. 1911;

            .297o: #6: caviar dish;

            .297p: #8: cheese dish, Feb. 17, 1913, size for camembert;

            .297q: #8: bread & butter plate, 4/ /14;

            .297r: #8: place plate, 4/ /14; 

            .297s: #10: egg cup, 11 Dec. 1912;

            .297t: #10: fruit knife holder or knife stand, 2 Jan. 1913; top and side views;

            .297u: #10: trivet: top view; 10 Jan. 1913;

            .297v: #10: newspaper stand, 6/23/14;

            .297w: #12: egg cup;

            .297x: #12: cheese dish, for camembert, date stamped Dec. 10[?] 1918[?];

            .297y: #12: punch bowl, 21 Dec. 1911;

            .297z: #13: mayonnaise bowl;

            .297aa: #15: asparagus set (tray, with sauce boat); 9 Dec. 1912;

            .297bb: #15: mayonnaise bowl, with top and two side views; 23 Dec. 1913; blueprint;

            .297cc: #15: veranda set: a stand with space for two beer bottles and two beer glasses, 27 Jan. [year difficult to read]; top and side views;

            .297dd: #18: asparagus set (tray, with sauce boat); 9 Dec. 1912; “ask Froelich [for] new pattern”;

            .297ee: #20: veranda set: a stand with space for whiskey bottle, two highball glasses, and two club sodas, 27 Jan. 1913; top and side views;

            .297ff-1-2: #24: bread & butter plate, top and side views; with attached note;

            .297gg-hh: #25: jam casters, 22 Nov. 1910 and 8/15/11;

            .297ii: #25: veranda set: with space for six sherbet glasses, 27 Jan. 1913;

            .297jj: #27: cigar lighter, top and side views;

 

Folder 2: W.M. Department Regular: no. 30-96 (acc. 2018x72.298a-s):      

            .298a: #30: shaving brush, 20 June 1911;

            .298b: #30: a dish with cover, on legs; [perhaps a jam jar, see .298d]

            .298c: #32: jam jar, 28 Aug. 1912;

            .298d: #34: jam jar, 28 Aug. 1912; detail of handle, “similar to card stand we make”;

            .298e: #38: covered jar, with cut-glass body, 11/7/13;

            .298f: #40: marmalade jar, with spoon, 14 Feb. 1913;

            .298g: #48: tray for Uneeda Biscuits, 1-20-14, also stamped Jan. 23, 1914; blueprint;

            .298h: #50 and 52: Domino sugar tray [for sugar lumps], top and side views, blueprint;

            .298i: #54: tray for gingersnaps, cookies, etc., 1-17-14, side views; blueprint;

            .298j: #70: also 4094-S; possibly a crumb scraper, 30 Sept. 1915;

            .298k: #80: match holder, with four nested trays, ok, 11/22/12;

            .298L: #80: watch stand, 18 July 1913;

            .298m: #80: ice cream stand, with glass lining;

            .298n: #82: watch stand, front and side views; 18 Feb. 1913; stamped Sept. 12, 1913[?];

            .298o: #84: watch stand, front and side views; 18 Feb. 1913; stamped Sept. 12, 1913;

            .298p: #86: watch stand, front and side views; 18 Feb. 1913; stamped Sept. 12, 1913;

            .298q: #90: plain oval bread tray, top and side views, Sept. 12, 1913;

            .298r: #95: relish dish, top and side views, showing compartments for sardines, olives, and celery;

            .298s: #96: a dish of some sort with nude female figure in middle; variations seem to be ash trays; date difficult to read, but year seems to be 1912;

 

Folder 3: W.M. Department Regular: no. 100-172 (acc. 2018x72.299a-y):

            .299a: #100: match holder and ash receiver, top and side views, June 16 and Sept. 12, 1913;

            .299b: #100: pie plate [stand to hold a pie plate];

            .299c: #100 or 105: relish dish, top and side views, 10 Aug. 1914; blueprint;

            .299d: #105: sandwich plate with glass cover with center handle, 20 Nov. 1913;

            .299e: #110: condense milk holder (attached tray);

            .299f: #113: loving cup, old no. 2030, 1/18/26;

            .299g: #122: sauce boat, 14 Nov. 1910, selected by Mr. A,;

            .299h: #125: shaving cup;

            .299i: #130: shaving cup, Apr. [?]4, 1914;

            .299j: #140: kettle on stand, 14 July 1913;

            .299k: #145: kettle on stand;

            .299L: #145: cigarette box, top and side views, from E.H. Adams, San Francisco; see letter & order, 6-27-1913;

            .299m: #150: coffee or chocolate pot, Jan. 25, 1912;

            .299n: #150: cigarette box, top and side views; 20 Feb. 1913;

            .299o: #150: kettle on stand;

            .299p: #150: vase with lid, or covered loving cup, “made”;

            .299q: #151: shield [probably for a trophy plaque];

            .299r: #152, but also #150-155: covered loving cup, on base, “made”;        

            .299s: #153: covered loving cup,

            .299t-w: #160, #161, #162, #163: covered loving cups, .299w is on a base;

            .299x: #164-166-168-170: tureens in different styles and sizes, Jan. 6, 1913;

            .299y: #172: sandwich dish, with handle, side and top views and detail of handle; blueprint;

 

Folder 4: W.M. Department Regular: no. 200-525 (acc. 2018x72.300a-bb):

            .300a: #200: plaque, with room for inscription;

            .300b: #220: lamp base, 6 Dec. 1912;

            .300c: #225: lamp base, 6 Dec. 1912; also #32;

            .300d: #230: lamp base, 6 Dec. 1912; also #31;

            .300e: #230: horse radish jar; also #27;

            .300f: #238: French dressing bowl, also labeled child’s bowl;

            .300g: #240: electrolier [lamp base], 28 Oct. 1914, with detail of foot; blueprint;

            .300h: #244: child’s bowl & plate, Sept. 12, 1913;

            .300i: #B-245: electrolier [lamp base], 28 Oct. 1914, blueprint;

            .300j: #262: punch cup to match #262 punch bowl, July 21, 1911;

            .300k: #265 and #270: muffineers, 8 Aug. 1914; blueprint;

            .300L: #275: inkstand, top and side views, decorated with nude female figure;

            .300m: #285: jardinière, vase, 11 Aug. 1910;

            .300n: #295: syrup pitcher;

            .300o: #300: syrup pitcher & plate, 4/21/14;

            .300p: #300: covered jar, perhaps a biscuit jar, 12-30-10;

            .300q: #305: syrup pitcher & plate, 4/21/14;

            .300r: #308: covered jar, perhaps a biscuit jar, 12-30-10;     

            .300s-t: #310 and #315: syrup pitchers, both drawn by Parker; 6 March 1915; blueprints;

            .300u-v: #320 and #325/326: centerpieces, with removable candlesticks; 31 Dec. 1913, and Jan. 5, 1914; top and side views; blueprints;

            .300w: #372: loving cup, 27 June 1910;

            .300x-y: #373: loving cups;

            .300z: #500: cigar box, front and side views;

            .300aa: #510: cigar box, front and top views;

            .300bb: #525: no. 32716: probably a chocolate pot, possibly hot milk pot;

 

Folder 5: W.M. Department Regular: no. 600-999 (acc. 2018x72.301a-w):

            .301a: #620: pepper shakers, 3/11/13 and Sept. 12, 1913;

            .301b: #690: egg boiler no. 207, 21 Jan. 1914; with details of interior space; blueprint;

            .301c-d: #700 and #705: ice tub, ice pail;

            .301e: #745: salt and pepper shaker, 4/21/14;

            .301f: #745: electrolier, 28 Oct. 1914; with detail of foot; blueprint;           

            .301g: #750: salt and pepper shaker, 4/21/14;

            .301h: #760: lavatory set, including covered bowls for soap, puff, and powder; a water goblet, a tooth brush cup, open bowl for sponge, and some details for a basin;

            .301i-j: #900: bon bon dishes, .301i has two side and a top view, dated 1-18-11; .301j has two side views; dated 13 Feb. 1911, and 2-3-11;

            .301k: #913: probably a sugar bowl as drawing is labeled hotel ware, tea ware;

            .301L: #930: tea and coffee pots, creamer, sugar bowl, 14 Feb. 1913;

            .301m: #930: candlestick, side view with top and base details, 30 July 1913;

            .301n-o: #935: candlestick and candelabra; .301n dated Dec. 3, 1913, a blueprint; .301o dated 20 Aug. 1914;

            .301p: #950: candlestick, 5 Nov. 1914; with detail of candle socket; blueprint;

            .301q: #955: sandwich plate and bon bon dish, 3/17/13;

            .301r: #960: candlestick, 6 Nov. 1914; blueprint;

            .301s: #960: confection stand/bon bon dish, 3/17/13;

            .301t: #962: confectionery stand, Dec. 3, 1913;

            .301u: #966: bon bon basket, 1 Oct. 1914;

            .301v: #970: jewel box or casket; 1/12/15;

            .301w: #985: candlestick (#5016 is crossed out);

 

Folder 6: W.M. Department Regular: no. 1000-1999 (acc. 2018x72.302a-p):         

            .302a: #1025: candlestick;

            .302b: #1030: candlestick;

            .302c: #1080: bake dish;

            .302d: #1145: bake dish; 31 Jan. 1911;

            .302e-f: #1155 and #1156: baking dishes; both also labeled no. 121212; .302f in two pieces;

            .302g-k: #1158, #1160, #1162, #1164, #1166: baking dishes or bake dishes;

            .302L: #1185: baking dish, glass lining, 28 Dec. 1915;

            .302m: #1190: bake dish for 3690 service;

            .302n: #1222-10: hot water dinner plate, top and side views; 12/20/12;

            .302o-p: #1704, #1706: pickle casters; .302o is dated 23 Nov. 1912;

 

Folder 7: W.M. Department Regular: no. 2000-2999 (acc. 2018x72.303a-tt):         

            .303a-b: #2010: sugar bowl and creamer; “dest.” probably stands for dessert set;

            .303c: #2020: Domino sugar and creamer, drawn by Parker, “dest. set”;

            .303d-e: #2024: loving cup on base, and sketch of outline of same;

            .303f: #2025: sugar bowl (no lid);

            .303g-h: #2026: loving cup on base, and sketch of outline of same;

            .303i: #2030: sugar and creamer, top and side views, 2 Feb. 1915; drawn by Parker; blueprint;

            .303j-k: #2035: open sugar bowl and creamer; .303j is a blueprint;

            .303L: #2056, and #2058: loving cups, 21 Jan. 1914, Jan. 23, 1914;

            .303m: #2060, and #2062: loving cups, 21 Jan. 1914, Jan. 23, 1914;

            .303n-r: #2070; #2072; #2074; #2076; #2078: loving cups, most dated 9 April 1914, but #2074 is dated 21 Jan. 1914; .303n-q are blueprints;

            .303s-bb: #2080; #2082; #2084; #2086; #2088; #2090; #2092; #2094; #2096; #2098: loving cups, dated January-May 1914; all blueprints;

            .303cc-dd: #2100: loving cup on base, and sketch of outline of same;

            .303ee: #2182: individual butter dish;

            .303ff-gg: #2184; #2186: butter dishes? [see 2018x72.531d];

            .303hh-jj: #2192; #2194; #2196: shallow bowls with covers;

            .303kk: #2198: a round ball-shaped item, perhaps a butter dish, dated 13 Jan. 1913;

            .303LL-qq: #2320; #2322; #2324; #2326; #2328; #2330: child’s cups; #2322 has two handles; acc. .303nn-pp are blueprints;

.303rr-ss: #2340: child’s cup and saucer; cup drawing is dated Oct. 6, 1913;

            .303tt: #2545: ice pitcher;          

 

Folder 8: W.M. Department Regular: no. 3000-4999 (acc. 2018x72.304a-z):

            .304a: #3850: tea kettle on stand, 1 Feb. 1911;

            .304b-c: #3852: tea kettle on stand, 26 July 1910; and water pitcher, 11.10.10;

            .304d: #3882: no. 1514: sugar bowl, with bail handle;

            .304e-g: #3883: butter dish, spoon holder, and tureen, 5/18/14;

            .304h: #3900: teapot, hot water urn, tea kettle on stand, pitcher: 4 drawings glued together;

            .304i-m: #3940: set with creamer, sugar bowl, teapot, coffee pot, and tea kettle;

            .304n: #3960: teapot, Oct. 9, 1913; on back: sketches of floor lamps, ash tray, cigar cutter, etc.;

            .304o-p: #3970: tea and coffee pots;

            .304q: #4000: vases. 27 Jul. 1910;

            .304r: #4010: vase. 6-18-10;

            .304s: #4010: compote, top and side view; STUCK CLOSED – DO NOT TRY TO UNFOLD;

            .304t: #4020: fish dish, with note to Mr. Eddy from J.B.;

            .304u: #4030: vase?, 12-30-10;

            .304v: #4060: candlestick? 12 Sept. 1912;

            .304w: #4074: vase, 10 Feb. 1914;

            .304x: #4076 and #4078: vases, 10 Feb. 1914;

            .304y: #4082: vase, 15 Jan. 1914;

            .304z: #4090: four vases, 21 April 1914;

 

Folder 9: W.M. Department Regular: no. 5000-5549 (acc. 2018x72.305a-dd):       

            .305a: #5014: vase, 6 Feb. 1915, drawn by Parker;

            .305b-e: #5040; #5042; #5044; vases (two numbered #5044);

            .305f: #5272: frame to hold six egg cups, top and side views and drawing of a cup, Sept. 12, 1913;

            .305g: #5435: basket, 10-24-10;

            .305h: condiment caster: not numbered but found with #5435 and decoration matches;

            .305i: condiment caster, for mustard, open salt, and salt, 23 July 1912;

            .305j1-5: #5443: condiment casters: five drawings which were pasted together: 1912;

            .305k: #5444: condiment caster, with space for oil and vinegar bottles and salt bowl, July 23, 1912;

            .305L: #5445: centerpiece or large bowl; 30 Dec. 1910;

            .305m: #5447: condiment caster, with room for two salts, mustard, oil and vinegar, 23 July 1912;

            .305n: #5450 & 5458: caster, show with two cruets, no. 20, 1912;

            .305o: #5452: bread tray, 14 Nov. 1910;

            .305p: #5454: caster, with oil and vinegar bottles and mixing bowl, Dec. 1912;

            .305q: #5456: caster, with oil and vinegar bottles, pepper, paprika, and salt shakers, and mixing bowl, Dec. 1912;

            .305r: #5466: breakfast set, with room for butter dish, two egg cups, salt and pepper shakers, and toast rack, 11 Feb. 1913; top and side views;

            .305s: #5468: breakfast set: with room for butter dish, two egg cups, salt and pepper shakers, toast rack, and a coffee pot, Feb. 17, 1913; top and side views;

            .305t: #5470: condiment set, to hold mustard and horseradish pots, and salt and pepper shakers; 11 Aug. 1914; blueprint;

            .305u: #5474: breakfast set: with room for butter dish, two egg cups, salt and pepper shakers, toast rack, a coffee pot, sugar bowl, hot milk pot,  2/21/13; top and side views (on two separate sheets);

            .305v-w: #5500: pitchers, 12/3/14;

            .305x: #5512: toast tray, 11 Dec. 1912;

            .305y: #5536: fruit dish, with name Hopewell on drawing;

            .305z: #5536: no. 91813-B: pitcher, decorated with grapes;

            .305aa: #5545: pitcher and goblet, 11 Feb. 1915, drawing by Parker; blueprint;

            .305bb: #5546: basket, 7 Jan. 1914;

            .305cc: #5548: basket: 1-22-14;

            .305dd: #5550: no. 6415-B: pitcher;

 

Folder 10: W.M. Department Regular: no. 5550-5999 (acc. 2018x72.306a-z):

            .306a: #5550: basket, 17 Jan. 1914;

            .306b: #5552: salad bowl, 12/18/13; name Hopewell on drawing;

            .306c: #5554: fruit dish or bread tray? with handle; name Hopewell on drawing;

            .306d: #5555: no. 6415: pitcher;

            .306e: #5556: nut bowls, 20 Jan. 1914; blueprint;

            .306f: #5558: basket, 19 Jan. 1914; blueprint;

            .306g-h: #5560: baskets, 16 and 17 Jan. 1914; blueprints;

            .306i: #5560: pitcher;

            .306j: #5565: basket, 17 Jan. 1914; blueprint;

            .306k: #5570: basket, Jan. 5, 1914; blueprint; name Hopewell on drawing;

            .306L: #5575: nut bowl, with room for nutcrackers; blueprint;

            .306m: #5580: nut bowls or nut dish, 14 Jan. 1914;

            .306n: #5582: bread tray, side and top views;

            .306o: #5585: compotier [compote], 23 Oct. 1914; blueprint;

            .306p: #5600: basket; blueprint;

            .306q: #5638: centerpiece, 14 Dec. 1914;

            .306r-s: #5666, #5568: comports [compotes], top and side views;

            .306t: #5755: centerpiece, Pompeian, blueprint;

            .306u: #5790: comport [compote];

            .306v-z: four drawings for the 4020 line, plus a note that was with them; all were found together, and are as follows:

                        .306v: #5070: vase;

                        .306w: #5072: vase;

                        .306x: #980: fruit bowl;

                        .306y: #5852: fruit bowl;

                        .306z: note with the drawings

 

Folder 11: W.M. Department Regular: no. 6000-11999 (acc. 2018x72.307a-x):

            .307a: #6260: tray to hold after dinner coffee set, Dec. 31, 1913;

            .307b: #6315: tray;

            .307c: #10000: double dish, 14 Nov. 1910;

            .307d: #10001: meat dish, 15 Nov. 1910;

            .307e: #10024: entrée dish;

            .307f: #10032: tray or dish;

            .307g-L: #10042: four meat dishes; a gravy boat and tray; and a covered dish, probably a vegetable dish;

            .307m: #10062: gravy boat, 12-24-13;

            .307n1-11: #10062: pack of 11 drawings: 2 vegetable dishes, a chop dish, a covered dish [for vegetables?], 7 meat dishes (with two well & tree designs, which are STUCK CLOSED – do not attempt to open);

            .307o: #10072: three-compartment vegetable dish; Dec. 11, 1913;

            .307p: #10082: double vegetable dish, with cover, 10/22/13;

            .307q: #10092: double vegetable dish, with cover, 10/22/13;

            .307r-t: #11012: double dish, with cover, perhaps for vegetables; with two detail drawings;

            .307u: #11022: two compartment vegetable dish, 30 Dec. 1913;

            .307v-w: #11032: vegetable dishes, 5 Jan. 1914;

            .307x: #11040: double vegetable dish, with cover, Sept. 15, 1913;

 

Folder 12: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3000-3499 (acc. 2018x72.308a-q):

            .308a: #3198-S: also 3331-S: jardinière, Dec. 12, 1911;

            .308b: #3304-S: centerpiece? J.J. Sheelan, 7 Feb. 1912;

            .308c-d: #3318-S: bowl and plan of bowl, to match lavatory set as requested by Mr. Clark, 3/1/12;

            .308e: #3322-S: bowl, to have inscription, 23 March 1912;

            .308f-g: #3328-S; #3329-S: jardinières, Dec. 11, 1911;

            .308h-i: #3333-S; #3334-S: jardinières; #3333 was made in five sizes for Senors Broqua & Scholberg of Montevideo, Uruguay; #3334 is dated Briggs, April 5, 1912;

            .308j-L: #3335-S; #3336-S; #3337-S: jardinières, dated Briggs, April 5, 1912;

            .308m: #3356-S: no. 8416-A: candelabra with seven lights, probably missing top part of drawing as only part of shaft and the plan (as viewed from top) is present and there is no depiction of the candle cups;

            .308n-o: #3360-S; #3361-S: probably vases; glass to be supplied by Clark’s customer;

            .308p: #3372-S: arms for a three-light candelabra, for Hotel Oakland; shaft not shown;

            .308q: #3372-S: candlestick for Hotel Oakland; with notes from salesman E.H. Adams;

 

Folder 13: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3500-3599 (acc. 2018x72.309a-m):

            .309a: #3513-S: coffee or hot water urn, Adams;

            .309b: #3515-S: no. 72913: beaker or mint julep cup, for John Bolland Jewelry Co., St. Louis;

            .309c: #3516-S: football trophy on pedestal, front and end views;

            .309d: #3517-S: basketball trophy on pedestal, front and end views;

            .309e: #3523-S: trophy plaque, to have a motor boat scene, decorated with nautical symbols; dated 9-13-13, Caldwell;

            .309f:  #3540-S: part of a trophy or covered loving cup, dated 18 Oct. 1913;

            .309g: #3541-S: probably a centerpiece or epergne;

            .309h: #3546-S: des. no. 10813: pewter cigar box, with front and end views;

            .309i: #3547-S: des. no. 108[missing]: pewter cigar box, front and end views;

.309j: note: 3548-S: vase: see 4216-S; [see 2018x72.313n for #4216-S];

            .309k: #3549-S: des. no. 10813: smoker’s tray, top and side views;

            .309L: #3560-S: cup or trophy with head of an elk;

            .309m: #3584-S: oyster cracker caster, Café Boulevard, top and side views;

 

Folder 14: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3600-3699 (acc. 2018x72.310a-l):

            .310a: #3602-S: hot cake dish;

            .310b: #3619-S: #4006 vase with shield & mono[gram] added: vase with initials SG, decorated with anchor and shells;

            .310c: #3635-S, 815-9: nine-light candelabra, with die and top views;

            .310d: #3639-S: unnamed dish, perhaps an ashtray?;

            .310e: #3633-S: silver nickel urn (for coffee or hot water);

            .310f: #3634-S: pewter kettle to match tete-a-tete set no. 5, top and side views;

            .310g: #3664-S: creamer or ewer, with tall stem; 16 April 1914;

            .310h: #3668-S: vegetable caster [i.e. dish], top and side views;

            .310i: #3678-S: football trophy, order #9269;

            .310j: # 3681-S and #3682-S: cake stands or compotes?

            .310k: #3691-S: design 32614-C: candlestick, Davenport, 26 May 1914;

            .310L: #3698-S: cocktail set, a tray with room for mixer and glasses, order #10714, 6/3/14;

 

Folder 15: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3700-3899 (acc. 2018x72.311a-r):

            .311a: #3700-S: centerpiece?  Covered bowl?, side view, with outline of top view;

            .311b: #3701-S: probably just the base of something;

            .311c: #3739-S: pepper, salt & mustard caster, top and side views; 7-22-14;

            .311d-e: #3742-S: covered platter, no. 7714-A; with outline of platter

            .311f: #3749-S: a suggestion for some electrical element, from E.H. Adams to attention of Mr. Anthony, “see letter Dec. [missing]5, 1914, order 334-18-15th, 1914;

            .311g: #3842-S: punch bowl for Hotel Muehlebach; [search hotel name to find other items designed for it];

            .311h: #3850-S: flower bucket [vase with bail handle], decorated with irises;

            .311i:#3864-S: finger bowl to match colonial tea set, top and side views; with name: Grove[?] Hinman;

            .311j: #3865-S: partial drawing of bowl with handle, 5 May 1914;

            .311k: #3865-S: tea kettle on stand, drawn by Parker, plaster taken by Stark, side view, plus outlines of side and top views;

            .311L: #3866-S: centerpiece & plateau, drawn by Parker, 3 Feb. 1915; blueprint;

            .311m: #3866-S and #3867-S: centerpiece and plate: outlines only;

            .311n-o: #3868-S: centerpiece, 15 April 1915; plus wash drawing of detail;

            .311p: #3869-S: vase for Hotel Muehlebach; [search hotel name to find other items designed for it];

            .311q: #3875-S: tray or waiter;

            .311r: #3883: coffee or hot water urn; [note: not marked S to indicate Special, but filed with the Special drawings];

 

Folder 16: W.M. Department Specials: no. 3900-4099 (acc. 2018x72.312a-o):

            .312a-b: #3910-S to 3917-S: four drawings of loving cups in different sizes, 16 April 1915;

            .312c: #3937-S: coffee pot;

            .312d: #3941-S: tray, top and side views, Drawn by Parker, 6 April, 1915; blueprint;

            .312e: #3949-S: trophy plaque, decorated with a boat and flags; 14 April 1915;

            .312f-g: #3955-S: bowl for baptismal font, Ravenswood Presbyterian Church, top and outline views; blueprint is drawing no. 53; initials RLM in middle of bowl;

            .312h: #3958-S: no. 72216-A: trophy or loving cup, #2092, with horse heads for handles;

            .312i: #3968-S: sketch no. 1: oil and vinegar caster, from salesman E.H. Adams, Geo. Haas & Sons, San Francisco, Calif., order 11018; 1915;

            .312j: #3969-S: sketch no. 2: whipped cream compote, from salesman E.H. Adams, Geo. Haas & Sons, San Francisco, Calif., order 11018; 1915;

            .312k: #3975-S: no. 52615-A: cup, wash drawing, 10917, initialed P.H.M.;

            .312L: #3981-S: unknown object, including a base, a tube, and a round object;

            .312m: #4070-S: lamp base, order #7236; 4-18-18;

            .312n: #4083-S and #4084-S: two vases, designs 91415-A & 91815; dated 24 Sept. 1915;

            .312o: #4091-S and 4092-S: two cups, also numbered 52615-B and 52615-C.

 

Folder 17: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4100-4599 (acc. 2018x72.313a-w):

            .313a: #4112-S-12: meat dish, for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313b: number damaged, but probably #4112-S-14: waiter; for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313c: #4112-S-14: meat dish, for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313d: #4112-S-16: meat dish, for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313e: #4112-S-18: meat dish, for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313f: #4114-S-12: entrée dish, for Black Starr & Frost; top and side views;

            .313g: #4114-S-14: entrée dish, for Black Starr & Frost; top and side views;

            .313h: #4115-S: double vegetable dish, for Black Starr & Frost; top and side views;

            .313i: #4116-S-10: open vegetable dish, for Black Starr & Frost; top and side views; dated 10/13/15;

            .313j: #4117-S: gravy boat & tray, for Black Starr & Frost; top and side views;

            .313k: #4118-S-8: waiter; for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313L: #4118-S-10: waiter; for Black Starr & Frost;

            .313m: number damaged, end in 8-S-12: waiter; for Black Starr & Frost; no. 91015;

            .313n: #4216-S: pewter loving cup, copy of sterling cup 1000, des. no. 10813; no. 3548-S is crossed out [see 2018x72.309j for note about this];

            .313o: #4237-S: no. 2216: three-light candelabra;

            .313p: #4255-S: design 31616-A: trophy plaque, Mr. MacAusland, 29 March 1916;

            .313q: #4265-S: no. 13116: tankard or covered pitcher, dated 29 Feb. 1916;

            .313r: #4333-S: punch bowl, [Hotel] Deshler, Turner, with hotel’s crest; [search Deshler for other items]

            .313s: #4389: punch bowl tray, [Hotel] Deshler, Turner; top and side views;

            .313t: #4396-S: no. 42016-A: trophy cup on base, decorated with a horse and seal of State of Michigan; decoration to be picked by McA & Baldwin;

            .313u: #4408-S: candlestick, Hotel Deshler, drawn by Turner, side view and plan of base; blueprint;

            .313v: #4416-S: no. 27716-B: trophy or loving cup, with horse head handles, #2022;

            .313w: #4455-S: terrapin dish, with turtle on lid, blueprint; [see also 2018x72.338b-c];

 

Folder 18: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4500-4699 (acc. 2018x72.314a-s):

            .314a: #4519-S: #372: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;          

            .314b: #4520-S: #2044: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;

            .314c: #4523-S: #366: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;                                  

            .314d: #4525-S: #377: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid; on base;        

            .314e: #4526-S: #307: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;          

            .314f: #4530-S: #364: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;

            .314g: #4531-S, #4532-S: #2044: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;

            .314h: #4547-S: #2078: #1517: trophy or loving cup, with lid;        

            .314i: #4551-S: #1517-R: trophy cup, decorated with oars;

            .314j: #4561-S, #4562-S: #1517-F: trophy cup, decorated with rifles;

            .314k: #4563-S: #1517-G: trophy cup on base; decorated with rifles;

            .314L: #4564-S: #1417-B: trophy plaque, decorated with rifles;

            .314m: #4579-S & 4580-S: dish and cover, top and side views; with note from E.H. Adams, Jan. 1, 1917;

            .314n: #4604-S: bowl: top and side views, Robert Day; on back of part of order form dated Aug. 19, 1908, for order from Hyman, Berg & Co., Chicago;

            .314o: #4611-S: asparagus dish, top and side views, to match 4356-S;

            .314p: #4630-S: 10797: waiter, top and side views;

            .314q: #4634-S: outline of trophy plaque, with faint sketch of bowling pins;

            .314r: #4650-S: no. 4217: coffee pot; side view and outline of lid or base;

            .314s: #4680-S: sliced banana dish, for Hotel Grunewald, top and side views, with note for Mr. Staples to see Mr. Anthony;

 

Folder 19: W.M. Department Specials: no. 4700-5199 (acc. 2018x72.315a-o):

            .315a: #4756-S: centerpiece or epergne, with cupids;

            .315b-c: #4811-S and 4812-S: no. 31318-B and C: creamer and sugar bowl;

            .315d: #4902-S, #4903-S: plateau for crown and a scepter (topped with a dove), signed Turner;

            .315e: #4955-S: no. 11618-A: tea kettle on stand; (drawing in two pieces);

            .315f: #4957-S: memorial shield: “In Loving Remembrance of Lieut. Alvin W. Splane from fellow officers of Payne Field Aviation School, West Point, Miss., Dec. 16, 1918”; designed by Turner, Jan. 1918; IN SEVERAL PIECES – HANDLE WITH CARE; [added genealogical information is filed with the drawing];

            .315g: #4990-S: cup or chalice;

            .316h-i: #5136-S, 5137-S, 5138-S: punch bowl, cup, and waiter; however those are not the items depicted on these two sheets; what is depicted are a covered jar and a cup holder, both decorated with irises, with notes initialed PHM, March 12, 1920; .316i is a blueprint;

            .316j-k: #5139-S, 5140-S, 5141-S: punch bowl, cup, and waiter; however those are not the items depicted on these two sheets; what is depicted are a covered jar and a cup holder, both decorated with swags, with notes initialed PHM, March 12, 1920; .316k is a blueprint;

            .316L-m: #5142-S, 5143-S, 5144-S: punch bowl, cup, and waiter; however those are not the items depicted on these two sheets; what is depicted are a covered jar and a cup holder, both decorated with grapes, with notes dated March 12, 1920; .316m is a blueprint;

            .316n-o: #5145-S, 5146-S, 5147-S: punch bowl, cup, and waiter; however those are not the items depicted on these two sheets; what is depicted are a covered jar and a cup holder, both decorated with lines of designs; .316o is a blueprint;

 

Folder 20: W.M. Department Specials: no. 5200-5999 (acc. 2018x72.317a-m):

            .317a: #5284-S: no. 51921-B: trophy plaque: decorated with scene of woman and man in boat with outboard motor;  [see also .382m-o];

            .317b: #5450-S: loving cup, design no. 6-7-22, 3 handles, but only two shown;

            .317c: #5551-S: finger bowl and tray bowl, no. 121822-A, Mrs. Carl A. Weitz;

            .317d: #5556-S: candelabra, no. 121522-B, H. H. Galbraith, to have a Statler crest;

            .317e: #5720-S: des. #11123: I.O.O.F. [Odd Fellows] bowling trophy;

            .317f: #5783-S: no. 22124: a dish cover, top and side views;

            .317g-j: #5827-S: design no. 4524: teapot; sugar bowl, creamer, waste bowl;

            .317k: #5833-S: tray or waiter;

            .317L: #5585-S, 5886-S, 5887-S, 5888-S: libation set: flagon, paten, chalice, and candlestick, Smith Patterson Co., 10/8/24; presentation drawing;

            .317m: #5987-S: no. 82024-D: tray: top and side views;

 

Folder 21: W.M. Department Specials: no. 6000-6299 (acc. 2018x72.318a-s):

            .318a: #6103-S: plat du jour: a divided dish, with meat and two vegetable compartments, top and side views;

            .318b: #6137-S, 6138-S: no. 11525: chop dish and cover, top and side views;

            .318c-f: #6149-S: water pitcher, for Illinois Central Rail Road, design no. 111625-A, for Irvine of Chicago (3 drawings), plus a note to Designing Room about the pitcher, signed Kerry, Dec. 1, 1925;

            .318g: #6159-S: trophy shield, for Bailey Banks & Biddle, 1-15-26;

            .318h: #6162-S, no. 12026: dish with cover, side view and partial top view;

            .318i: #6163-S: no. 12126: salad bowl, OK. H. H. Galbraith, top and side views;

            .318j: #6182-S: no. 11826: compartmented dish [plat du jour?], top and side views; presentation drawing;

            .318k: #6203-S: hospital caster, top and side views: stand with room for salt and pepper shakers and what is probably a sugar jar;

            .318L: #6274-S: fern dish, with plaque reading Clyde Lines;

            .318m: #6283-S: libation candlestick, with cross and emblem on side; side view and plans of candle cup and base, dated 11 [or 10]/18/26;

            .318n: #6284-S: hand candlestick and snuffer, same design as on #6283-S;

            .318o-q: #6285-S: no. 122326: libation goblet: two drawings, same design as on #6283-S; one dated 10/18/26, the other labeled Prince Cotter Co.; plus a note requesting drawings be returned to Designing Room;

            .318r: #6286-S: libation bowl, same design as on #6283-S; dated 10/18/26; with plan of base;

            .318s: #6287-S: libation pitcher, same design as on #6283-S; dated 10/18/26; with plan of base;

 

Folder 22: W.M. Department Specials: no. 6300-6599 (acc. 2018x72.319a-L):

            .319a: #6318-S: no. 122726: metal base, in form of Doric temple, for a cup [probably trophy], for Carroll P. Rickert, Mount Hermon [School for Boys], Mass.;

            .319b: #6335-S: no. 102226: perhaps a match holder in a tray; what might be a match holder has the initials SF; top and side views; with note from Ernest H. Adams, Reed & Barton Hotel Department, San Francisco;

            .319c: #6349-S: no. 32327-B: combination cocktail glass, cut top & tripod, top and side views, for Beaumont Loan Co., blind embossed property of Reed & Barton;

            .319d: #6350-S: bowl; salad plate – crossed out; for Beaumont Loan Co., order 9824;

            .319e: #6359-S: trophy for C.Y.C. Colonial Marathon, topped with a boat with an outboard motor; various details shows;

            .319f: #6380-S: design no. 6127: kettle on stand, with detail of lid;

            .319g: #6437-S: design no. 113027-B: goblet; stamped as property of Julius C. Walk & Son [jewelry store in Indianapolis]; dated R&B 12/3/27;

            .319h: #6438-S: design no. 113027-A: tray or waiter, top and side views; stamped as property of Julius C. Walk & Son [jewelry store in Indianapolis]; dated R&B 12/3/27;

            .319i: #6532-S: design no. 22428: goblet;

            .319j: #6564-S: no. 8928-C: ash holder, Sept. 27 [no year];

            .319k: #6547-S, 6548-S: hot water plate and cover: top and side views, blueprint;

            .319L: #6565-S: no. 8928-C: bake dish;

 

Folder 23: W.M. Department Specials: no. 6600-6999 (acc. 2018x72.320a-r):

            .320a: #6634-S: design no. 32829: appears to be a gravy or sauce boat, but has something attached to it;

            .320b: #6651-S: no.32829-C: chap dish, side and partial top views; ordered by L. Lewis & Co.;

            .320c: #6667-S: design no. 6329-C: water pitcher no. 3690, side view with detail of lid; ordered by F.[?] M. Herrick & Co.;

            .320d: #6722-S: loving cup; STUCK CLOSED – DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN;

            .320e: #6755-S: design no. 10429-A: lamp, apparently an oil lamp; for Hamilton Watch Co.;

            .320f: #6792-S: design on. 31830: 3 compartment vegetable dish, order H.H. Galbraith; top and side views;

            .320g: #6803-S: horseradish pot, top and side views; dated 5/17/30;

            .320h: #6865-S: ice bowl for U.N. Co.; top and side views;

            .320i: design no. 5-26-30: mineral water bottle, with name Chippewa engraved on it; “Mr. Noel” written on the paper; includes request to return to Designing Room;

            .320j: #6921-S: bread tray, for St. Nicholas Plaza, o.k. H.H. Galbraith, 11/18/30;

.320k-q were found in a folder labeled “10 percent Special,” with note “10 percent wares” written on the designs themselves: [the folder is acc. 2018x72.320r]:

            .320k: #6946-S: celery dish, top and side views;

            .320L: #6947-S: compotier [compote], top and side views;

            .320m: #6948-S: finger bowl [with saucer or tray]: top and side views, o.k. H.H. Galbraith; blueprint;

            .320n: #6949-S: teapot;

            .320o: #6951-S: meat dish, top and side views;

            .320p: #6952-S: fruit bowl, top and side views;

            .320q: #6954-S: vegetable dish, top and side views;

 

Folder 24: labels from original folders holding the design drawings in this box (no accession number on these)

 

 

Box 24: Drawings arranged by date: 1902-April 1916 (acc. 2018x72.321-.334):

 

Note: These drawings were in folders labeled by date.  However, a few drawings were in incorrect folders, or had fallen out of their folders.  Although it was easy to replace 112718 into the folder for November 1918, a problem arose with a very few numbers such as 12519: was this Jan. 25, 1919, or Dec. 5, 1919?  Such drawings were just placed into one folder or the other. 

 

Since more than one design could have been done in a day, sometimes different projects have the same number.  Also, one particular project could have been worked on over some time, so designs for the same project are sometimes scattered.

 

Folder 1: 1902-1910 (acc. 2018x72.321-.325):

            .321: candlestick, 21 Nov. 1902;

           

.322a: love cup [loving cup], 9 Aug. 1904; partial sketch on back;

            .322b: coffee pot, 13 Oct. 1904; partial sketch on back;

           

.323a: love cup [loving cup], 28 March 1905;

            .323b: probably a loving cup, decorated with flowers, May 3, 1905; watercolor;

            .323c: two punch bowls, 12 June 1905;

           

.324a-c: candlesticks, 21 April and 16 August 1909  [date on c is very faint];

            .324d: loving cup, 8 Sept. 1909

           

.325a: tea kettle, no. 33010, with printed notice of ownership by Reed & Barton;

            .325b: candelabra with vase, or a centerpiece, 10 Aug. 1910;

 

Folder 2: 1911-1912 (acc. 2018x72.326-.327):

            .326a: creamer for Hotel Utah, Briggs, Feb. 16, 1911; additional sketch on back;

            .326b: tureen for Hotel Utah, Briggs, Feb. 21, 1911; side view and plan;

            .326c: gravy for Hotel Utah, 2.23/11; side view and plan;

            .326d: centerpiece or epergne, 11 May 1911;

            .326e: trophy plaque: 7-1-11: Indiana National Defense Trophy, First Honors; - TORN – HANDLE GENTLY;

            .326f: chalice, 20 July 1911: in memory of Alice Gilmore Baldwin, presented to Cass Avenue M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, by Mashburn Circle, King’s Daughters, 1911.

            .326g: part of centerpiece or epergne, 25 July 1911;

            .326h-i: two candlesticks per sheet, 22 Aug. 1911;

            .326j-k: one candlestick per sheet, 4 and 5 Oct. 1911;

            .326L: tall vase or loving cup, 6 Oct. 1911;

            .326m: candlestick, 23 Nov. 1911; with plans of base and candle cup;

            .326n: rough tracing of design no. 12211-A: trophy, with policemen on the base;

 

            .327a: trophy on base, 11 June 1912; the only part of inscription shown reads “Forty Mile”; company name difficult to read: Traub Bros. & Co.;

            .327b: trophy, original made Nov. 23, 1906, copy made 27 June 1912; to include crest of Sir John Dewar, design includes Canadian and American flags, a sailboat, mermaid handles, and other nautical decorations;

            .327c: no. 72612-A: coffee urn, for St. James Hotel;

            .327d: no. 93012: tea kettle on stand, Pittsburg, decorated with oak leaves and acorns and design not to be used for anyone other than original purchaser; card of ownership of Reed & Barton attached to drawing;

            .327e: no.102912: urn, for coffee or hot water;

 

Folder 3: 1913-1915 (acc. 2018x72.328-.330):

            .328a-b: two loving cups, or vases, both with female figures forming handles, 29 Sept. 1913;

            .328c: no. 11513: urn for coffee or hot water;

           

            .329a-b: one candlestick per sheet; 2 April and 7 May 1914; with plans of bases;

            .329c: no. 51614: Michigan State Soccer Association: part of a trophy, includes a soccer player;

            .329d: no. 61514-B: urn for coffee or hot water;

            .329e: condiment set, 11 Aug. 1914: top and side views, with room for mustard and horseradish pots, and salt and pepper shakers;

            .329f-h: no. 10814-A, B, C: two goblets per sheet, wash drawings;

            .329i: candlestick, 20 Oct. 1914;

            .329j-o: no. 11214: candlestick; centerpiece, coffee pot; teapot; sugar bowl and creamer; kettle on stand; some drawings mounted on gray paper, some not;

           

            .330a: candlestick, with design details, 11 Jan. 1915; another candlestick on back;

            .330b: combination creamer and Domino sugar holder, 14 Jan. 1915, top and side views;

            .330c: no.21715: urn for coffee or hot water, decorated with oak leaves and acorns;

            .330d: no. 32715: coffee pot;

            .330e: no. 4615: baseball trophy, showing player at bat; Goodman; partial drawing;

            .330f: condiment set, 15 May 1915, top and side views; with from for salt shaker, vinegar cruet, and mustard pot;

            .330g: no. 52515-B: flagon, probably for communion set as it is topped with a cross and decorated with grapes; includes plan of foot;

            .330h: no. 72115-A: large candlestick for a church, with IHS initials;

            .330i: no. 82415: urn for coffee or hot water; with plan of base;

            .330j: no. 6 Oct. 1915: muffineer and creamer;

 

Folder 4: 1916: January-February (acc. 2018x72.331-.332):

            .331a-b: no. 1116-A and 116-B: both are trophy plaques; A shows a prone marksman; B includes crossed rifle; both for Walbridge & Co., Buffalo;

            .331c-d: no. 1416-A, B, C, D: five designs (one not lettered) for memorial plaques; two names are found: Jas. F. McPartland, Southington, Conn., and “Fred. R. Kenyon”;

            .331e-h: no. 1516: these were filed together, although only one sheet is numbered; .332e has various items: porringer, bowls, sugar bowl, creamers or pots, tablespoon, goblet, muffineer; the name N. G. Wood is written on this sheet;

                                    .332f: caudle cup, Hudson Fulton; and creamer, Jack Shepherd;

                                    .332g: bowl, and some sketches; Tappit Heus[?];

                                    .332h: tankards(?) M and N: Tappit Heu[?];

            .331i-m: no. 1616-A, B, C, D: cruet or condiment stands for oil and vinegar, salt and pepper, tooth pick holders, and mustard pots; plus an extra, unnumbered drawing of two oil and vinegar bottles;

            .331n: no. 11016: part of a trophy plaque, with gun, for Shreve Crump & Low; almost in two pieces;

            .331o: no. 11416-A: part of a trophy plaque, with orator in classical dress, for Caldwell;

            .331p: no. 11416-B: part of a trophy plaque,  with classical orator, man in academic robe, and something adorning the top; for Caldwell;

            .331q: no. 111816: coffee pot, Bunde & Upmeyer;

            .331r-s: no. 12016-A, B, C: centerpiece or bowl, gravy boat or half a punch bowl, and possibly a plateau; B is labeled Muehlebach; A and C are labeled Maiden Lane;

                                    Back of .332r: memorial plaque to Eliphalet Remington;

                                    Back of .332s: part of a trophy, with date 1816;

            .331t: no. 12116: rough sketch of a design, perhaps for a trophy plaque; Maiden Lane;

            .331u-v: no. 12816-A, B: rough details for a trophy or memorial plaque; .332u is a classical woman carrying laurel wreath; both for Herren Bros.;

           

            .332a-b: no. 2316-A, B: outlines of trophy cups, Maiden Lane;

            .332c: one side: no. 2816-A: rough outline of trophy plaque for a Boston Plattsburg rifle club match; for Shreve, Crump & Low;

                        Other side: no. 2816-B: very rough sketch of plaque; also Shreve, Crump & Low;

            .332d: no. 2116-A, C: rough sketches of trophy plaques, Bunde & Upmeyer, Interscholastic basketball, Wisconsin High Schools (La Crosse High School);

            .332de-f: boys playing basketball, possibly details for no. 2116-A, C;

            .332g: no. 21116-A, B: details of corners of something, with feet, 5th Ave.;

            .332h: no. 21616: details of corner of something, with feet; and a tray handle, 5th Ave.;

            .332i: no. 21616: outline of trophy plaque with rifle, Boston Plattsburg; for Shreve, Crump & Low;

            .332j: no. 21716: rough sketches of various things, 5th Ave.;

            .332k: no. 21816-A, B: rough sketches of bowling trophy, Barrett & Co., Pittsburgh;

            .332L: no. 22316: tea kettle on stand; [number not clear and possibly has been mis-read]; partial sketch of something else on back;

            .332m-n: no. 22316-A: tall trophy cup, to have rods; and a separate sketch of fishing rods, reels, and hooks; this sketch was found with .332m;

            .332o: no. 22416: various sketches, including palms, and what may be a bowling pin, for Traub Bros. & Co.;

            .332p: no. 22616-B: trophy cup, with two handles;

            .332q-r: no. 22916: creamer, with sketch of family crest to adorn it; and a matching fork;

 

Folder 5: 1916: March (acc. 2018x72.333a-dd):

            .333a: no. 3116: basket with handle, rough sketch, 5th Ave.;

            .333b: no. 3616-A, B: punch bowl, for Hotel Sinton: variations in design;

            .333c: no. 3616: various sketches and calculations;

            .333d: no. 3716: details of corner of something, with feet; 5th Ave.;

            .333e: no. 3716: variations in rims of trays or plates, 5th Ave.;

            .333f: no. 3816: tea kettle on stand, Ch. Warren & Co.; with rough sketch on back;

            .333g: no. 3816-A: table, Chas. Mayer & Co.;

            .333h: no. 31316-A: golf trophy, Chas. B. Oyer;

            .333i: no. 31316-C, D, E, F: apparently mirror frames, Chas. B. Oyer, Indianapolis;

            .333j: no. 31316-B: golf trophy, Chas. B. Oyer, Indianapolis, with golfer and angels;

            .333k-L: no. 31516-A, B, C: various sketches of wreaths, for N. G. Wood;

            .333m: no. 31616-A, B: track and field trophy plaque, for Bunde & Upmeyer;

            .333n-p: no. 31616-A, B: Hand Ball [also Handball] Tournament trophy plaque and trophy cup; with emblem: square divided by diagonal line, triangle in upper left, initials DAC in lower right; for Taub Bros. & Co., Detroit, Mich. [i.e. Traub Bros.];

                                    With extra sketch of hand ball players, to go with trophies; 

            .333q-r: no. 31716-A, B: two large trophies, one with a car on top of a globe; the other design indicates the car is a Ford racing car; for Traub Bros. & Co., [Detroit];

            .333s-t: no. 31816-A, B: coffee pot and teapot; name Miller appears on .333t;

            .333u: no. 32416: trophy, with classical building, for H.L. Mitchell, Buffalo;

            .333v-w: no. 32716: tray or dish (top and side views), and matching gravy boat with tray;

            .333x: no. 32716: half of a trophy plaque, with elk head and B.P.O.[E.] [see also .292g]; with flower designs along one edge; CAUTION: PAPER TEARS EASILY;

            .333y-bb: no. 32816-A, B, C, and extra sketch: covered dishes on trays; an eagle is drawn on .333aa;

            .333cc: no. 32916: bowl, top and side views;

            .333dd: no. 33116: trophy plaque: Municipal Golf Association Championship Trophy offered by Walter D. Thompson, with scene of golfers; plaque is topped with figure of St. Louis [the king]; for J. Boland Jewelry Co., St. Louis;

           

Folder 6: 1916: April (acc. 2018x72.334a-oo):

            .334a: no. 4516: probably a salt and pepper shaker, for New Willard, Washington, D.C.;

            .334b: no. 4616: part of a candelabra, with names Deshler and Galbraith; [search Deshler for other items]

            .334c: no. 4616: cigar tray, top and side views;

            .334d-h: no. 4616-A, B, C, D, E: teapots; all with name Chas. R. Lynde; the two labeled Hudson Fulton, with page numbers, are illustrated in The Hudson-Fulton Celebration: Catalogue of an Exhibition Held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, volume 2 (1909);

            .334i: no. 41016: design for engraving, with IHS, for T. Hausmann & Son;

            .334j: no. 4116-A, B: two loving cups or trophy cups, one with cupids; Maiden Lane;

            .334k1-21: no. 41116 (redrawing of 4716): packet of hotel wares, possibly for Hotel Pennsylvania; includes dinner plate, various bowls, chafing dish, hot milk pot, small coffee pot, cocktail server, “Reserved” sign holder, lamp base, cigar & match holder, a shell-shaped dish, a holder for salt and pepper shakers, a cup or tankard, and designs incorporating the initial P; all found together, but only the card found with them has the design number on it;

[search Hotel Pennsylvania for other designs for this establishment];

            .334L: 41216: layout for regular cache table: to hold various kinds of forks, knives, and spoons; Marcus & Co., “Allen”;

            .334m1-4: no. 41416-A: a religious item, possibly an alms basin, being made in memory of Margaret Cantey Venable Minor (1895-1897); with name J.H. Law [or Low];

            .334n-o: no. 41516: entrée and open vegetable dishes, top and side views; .334n is marked “not made, 5th Ave.”;

            .334p: no. 41716: a small two-handled cup, with regular coffee cup saucer; Chicago;

            .334q: no. 41716: tea kettle on stand, with extra sketch of something else;

            .334r-t: no. 41816-A, B, C: boating trophies, with Neptune and a motor boat;

            .334u-v: no. 42016-A, B: trophy cups: Michigan State Fair, Detroit, Michigan: with horses; A has name J.W. Grant, Saginaw, Michigan;

            .334w-z: no. 42016-A, B, C, and an unnumbered drawing in two pieces: trophy cup (or punch bowl), decorated with a caduceus; .334y has an extra design drawing; .334z, which is in two pieces, is not numbered but is part of the set; it is labeled as being from a blueprint sent by Ryrie Bros., Toronto;

            .334aa: no. 42116: sketch of trophy cup, decorated with race cars;

            .334bb-cc: no. 42516-B and no. 42616-A: amateur rowing trophy, with standing men holding oars; .334cc is labeled Bagley & Co.

            .334dd-ff: no. 42616-A, B: trophy and trophy plaque, with guns and rifles, and an extra drawing of a rifle; labeled N. G. Wood; plaque to have Massachusetts state seal;

            .334gg-hh: no. 42816-A, B: teapot and coffee pot, 5th Ave.

            .334ii: no. 42816-A, B: trophy cup: inscription not complete, but is an automobile trophy, with name Bosch [for Bosch Magneto Company], design includes the company’s Mephisto figure; A.A.A. [American Automobile Association] also mentioned;

            .334jj: no. 42816-A, B: golfing trophy cups, with name Lawrence, and Harris Sartor Jewelry Co.; includes scenes of golfers and a building;

            .334kk-nn: Reading Eagle trophy: various designs:

.334kk: no. 4716-A: Colman Cup, with man, next to a table, giving speech;

                        .334LL: no. 4716-B: man giving speech, for J.E. Caldwell Co.; with magazine illustration (of man giving speech) pinned to the drawing;

                        .334mm: no. 41116-A: classical orator, for Caldwell;

                        .334nn: no. 41116-B: man, based on the magazine illustration, for Caldwell;

            .334oo: eagle design, not numbered, found in April 1916 folder and presumably a design for one of the items in that folder;

           

 

Box 25: Drawings arranged by date, May 1916-January 1917 (acc. 2018x72.335-.342):

 

Folder 1: 1916: May (acc. 2018x72.335a-kk):

            .335a-b: no. 5316: plaque with inscription about New Year resolutions, with room for a portrait on the plaque; the watercolor drawing is from J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia; also a pencil line drawing of the plaque;

            .335c-e: no. 5316-A, A, B/C: gravy boat and tray, and a ramekin;

            .335f-g: no. 5416-A, B: creamer and what might be a trophy cup, both to have same crest (possibly state seal of Michigan), for Taub [sic, i.e. Traub] Bros. & Co., Detroit;

            .335h: no. 5516-B: rough sketch of a trophy;

            .335i-j: no. 5616-A, B: teapot and coffee pot, no. 42816-A, B are crossed out;

            .335k-L: no. 5616-A, B: caché tables, Jacobean styles;

            .335m: no. 51716: cup, perhaps a sherbet, with head of Native American, Onwentsia;

            .335n: no. 51816-A: trophy plaque, with a male rower;

            .335o-p: no. 51816-A, B: baseball trophies, showing players at bat;

            .335q: no. 52216: vase, 36”, New Willard;

            .335r: no. 52516-B: tankard or mug, plus wreath design for no. 32516-A;

            .335s-y: no. 52616-B, C, D, E: trophies for National Regatta, Duluth, Minn., Aug. 1916: blueprints, drawings, and descriptive notes; all with rowers;

            .335z: no. 52716: comport [compote]: side view and detail of rim;

            .335aa: no. 52916-A, B: designs of some sort;

            .335bb-hh: no. 52916: plaques in memory of Frederick R. Kenyon, Southington, Conn., who went down with the Titanic [genealogical information filed with drawings]; also an extra drawings of features of the plaque, including the ship;

            .335ii-kk: unnumbered design elements, found in May 1916 folder but not attached to any particular drawing;

 

Folder 2: 1916: June (acc. 2018x72.336a-q):

            .336a-b: no. 6816-A, B: two cups, perhaps sherbets;

            .336c-d: no. 61216: urn for coffee or hot water; one is marked “made, Carter Bros.”;

            .336e: no. 61216: trophy cup: White Bear Yacht Club, decorated with a bear;

            .336f: no. 61416: trophy bowl on ebony base;

            .336g-h: no. 61416: trophy plaque: National Municipal Recreation Federation, Saint Louis Golf Trophy; decorated with statue of St. Louis, a building, and scene of golfers; also an extra drawing of a scene with golfers, incorporating the building and the statue;

            .336i-L: no. 61616: arrangements of compartments for knives, forks, and spoons in drawers;

            .336m-n: no. 62116-A, B: William B. Uihlein Interclub Trophy: two designs, for golf;

            .336o: no. 62916: partial design for a bowl;

            .336p-q: no. 62916: Colman Cup, trophy for La Crosse Country Club, ordered L.B. Rose; with extra drawing of details; larger drawing has card of Reed & Barton attached;

 

Folder 3: 1916: July (acc. 2018x72.337a-r):

            .337a: no. 7116: crucifixion, but also mentions candlesticks; in several pieces;

            .337b-c: no. 7616-A, B, C, D, E: variations in designs of rowers, for trophies; .337c is in several pieces;

            .337d: no. 71016: probably a bowl, with side view and detail of rim;

            .337e-g: no. 71116: crests and two teapots for Hotel Windsor;

            .337h: no. 71116-A, B: two styles of knives, Bailey Banks & Biddle;

            .337i: no. 71216-A: loving cup presented to Victor Herber [sic, i.e. Herbert], musician, upon becoming president of Friendly Sons of St. Patrick; in several pieces;

            .337j: no. 71216-B, C: two designs for punch bowls, one to be `presented to Victor Herbert, by Friendly Sons of St. Patrick;

            .337k: no. 71216-C: punch bowl presented to Victor Herbert, by Friendly Sons of St. Patrick; parting along fold lines;

            .337L: no. 71916: coffee pot;

            .337m: no. 72016: punch bowl, decorated with scenery along a river; blueprint;

            .337n-p: no. 72216-A, B: trophy cups, with horse head handles; plus more detail sketch of head; (no. 72216-A was first written as 72316-A, but was corrected);

            .337q: no. 72516: plaque with words: W. T. McBurney, Grove City, PA;

            .337r: no. 72816: rough sketch of a plaque;  

 

Folder 4: 1916: August (acc. 2018x72.338a-n):

            .338a: no. 8116: child’s cup; [in archival polyester sleeve; in two pieces];

            .338b-c: no. 8116: terrapin dish, with turtle on lid, for Bailey Banks & Biddle [see also 2018x72.313w];

            .338d: no. 8316: trophy with figure and heads of bulls; a small broken-off bit is in a separate archival polyester sleeve; DRAWING IN TWO PIECES;

            .338e: no. 8416: note about a logging scene for cup 967;

            .338f: no. 8416-A: candelabra; with plan showing six arms;

            .338g-h: no. 8516-A, B/C: details for a golf trophy;

            .338i: no. 8716: memorial plaque to Capt. John Edward Salter (1816-1874) about wallpaper and a mantel in the Portsmouth Athletic Club;

            .338j: no. 8816: plaque or tablet: New England Historic Genealogical Society;

            .338k: no. 82316: tea kettle on stand, focusing on stand, with rough sketch of kettle;

            .338L-m; no. 82416: crucifixion; candlestick; for Shreve Crump & Low, for St. Mary’s, West Quincy, Mass.;  [see also 2018x72.285f-g]

            .338n: no. 83116: beginning of sketch, perhaps for a bowl;

 

Folder 5: 1916: September-October (acc. 2018x72.339-.340):

            .339a: no. 91216: memorial tablet: Isaac Hyatt, 1854-1912;

            .339b1-2: no. 91916: trophy plaque: outline, with overlay; on back: teapot;

            .339c: no. 92016: perhaps body of a teapot, for Bailey Banks & Biddle;

            .339d1-2: no. 92216: teapot for Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, with separate drawing of its logo;

            .339e1-2: no. 92716-A: sketch of a plaque; in two pieces;

            .339f1-2: no. 92716-B: sketch of part of a plaque; in two pieces;

            .339g-h: details for no. 92716-A or B;

            .339i: no. 92816: sugar bowl with creamer on top;

            .339j: no. 93016: appears to be a lectern for a church;

 

            .340a: no. 10?16: tea kettle on stand, “Stark says Brook[?]”;

            .340b: no. 10416: kettle on stand, “regular kettle”;

            .340c: no. 10416: an unknown object, perhaps an ink stand with tray for pens;

            .340d: no. 10516: labeled gravy boat, double dish, comport [compote], but what is shown is a meat dish and the compote;

            .340e: no. 10916: missal stand, St. Mary’s;

            .340f: no. 101116-A: coffee pot;

            .340g-k: no. 101616: a number of items, some numbered, some pinned to numbered drawings; includes teapot (with sugar body) and candlestick, chocolate pot and entrée dish, bread tray, salad bowl, and platter, bread and butter plate;

            .340L: no. 102316-A, B, C: plaques or tablets for a Masonic temple;

            .340m: no. 102516: trophy cup, decorated with firefighting equipment, for Wright Kay & Co., Detroit;

            .340n: no. 102616: loving cup, for Bowler & Burdick Co., Cleveland;

            .340o-p: no. 102616: tablet: College Point Savings Bank, with names of officers and architects of building; found with the tablet drawing was drawing of a bee hive;

 

Folder 6: 1916: November (acc. 2018x72.341a-m):

            .341a: no. 11116: punch bowl or centerpiece;

            .341b: note about no. 11216 dinner plate, for Louis Esser & Co.;

            .341c: no. 11216: one side: gravy or sauce boat and tray; other side: bowl, with design of rim;

            .341d: no. 11216: tablet or sign: Thompsons Restaurant, Quick Service, Standard Prices;

            .341e: no. 11916: plate;

            .341f: no. 111016: bowl;

            .341g-h: no. 111616: sugar bowl and tea kettle on stand; finished pencil drawings;

            .341i-j: no. 111616 and 111616-A: two designs for Inter Club Trophy for squash, done for Wright Kay & Co., Detroit;

            .341k: no. 111816: teapot;

            .341L: no. 112016-A/B: ice bowl, Union League;

            .341m: no. 112916: tea strainer;

 

Folder 7: 1917: January (acc. 2018x72.342a-kk):

[note: drawings for the U.S.S. New Mexico silver set are in a separate folder, although dated January 1917]

            .342a1-2: no. 1217: tray, decorated with grapes, and a small drawing attached to it;

            .342b: no.1-4-1917: candelabra, with letter P; [possibly for Hotel Pennsylvania];

            .342c-d: no. 1517-A, B: part of a curling trophy plaque and part of a curling trophy cup;

            .342e-f: no. 1617-A, B: trophy plaques for golf championships for women and men, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia; [see also 2018x72.346j and .359b];

            .342g-i: no. 1917-A, B, C: coffee pot and two teapots;

            .342j-K: no. 11017: Connie Mack Trophy for the Inter-Department Base Ball Championship of the John B. Stetson Company, decorated with baseball players and an elephant holding banners; .342k had two small drawings pinned to it, focusing on the elephant and baseball players;  [search Connie Mack to find other designs for this trophy];

            .342L: no. 11217: chocolate pot;

            .342m: no. 11317: plate or dish;

            [.342n: number not used];

            .342o: no. 11517: tines for Francis fish fork;

            .342p: no. 11617: vase, Loring Bros.;

            .342q: no. 11717: a piece of case furniture: cabinet above, drawers below;

            .342r: no. 11917: bowl;

            .342s-u: no. 12017-A, B, C: coffee pots and spoons, with letter H and monogram HC;

            .342v: no. 12017-B, C: two trophy cups, on stands, B was “made, 5th Ave.”; watercolors;

            .342w: sketch found with .342v; cup has inscription: Metropolitan Club, Bridge Dinner Club, Club Cup, December 6, 1906;

            .342x: no. 12017-B: trophy cup, for Metropolitan Club;

            .342y-z: no. 12017-A, C: two styles of trophies for Metropolitan Club, N.Y.; with extra drawing of no. 12017-A, although it is not so labeled;

            .342aa: no. 12217-A: trophy plaque, to have picture of bowlers;

            .342bb: no. 12217-B, C: trophy cup with bowling pins and balls;

            .342cc-dd: no. 12217-B and unlabeled drawing which was pinned to .342bb; one is a detail of the trophy cup, and the other show a man bowling;

            .342ee: no. 12417: probably a dish; Robinson, R&B;

            .342ff: no. 12417: memorial plaque: Corp. J. Whitall King, died in service, Douglas, Arizona, August 1916; [see also 2018x72.346g]

            .342gg: no. 12517: fork, with keystone on handle, Galbraith;

            .342hh: no. 12517: partial drawing on something;

            .342ii: no. 12617: candelabra, two or three lights;

            .342jj: no. 13117: goblet or chalice;

            .342kk: no. 13117: tray or dish;

 

 

Box 26: Drawings arranged by date, January 1917 (U.S.S. New Mexico drawings)-July 1917 (acc. 2018x72.343-.349):

 

Folder 1: 1917: January: U.S.S. New Mexico proposal (acc. 2018x72.343a-r):

[note: ultimately, the commission the silver for the U.S.S. New Mexico was given to Tiffany, not to Reed & Barton]

            .343a: no.1217: salad bowl;

            .343b: no. 1217: punch bowl, with arrowheads, a shield, an eagle;

            .343c: no. 1217: coffee urn, with decoration as above;

            .343d: no.1217: centerpiece, with eagle at one end, mermaid at the other;

            .343e-f: no. 1217: comports [compotes], with variations in decorations;

            .343g-h: punch cup and ladle;

            .343i: raviar dish;

            .343j: not labeled, but perhaps a cigar box: front, side and top views;

            .343k: a dish with compartments; decoration includes dolphin and trident;

            .343L-m: serving trays, decorated like .343k;

            .343n: plate or tray; decorated with eagle, arrowheads, and shields;

            .343o: vase;

            .343p: pitcher and goblet;

            .343q-r: candlestick and candelabra;

 

Folder 2: 1917: February (acc. 2018x72.344a-y):

            .344a-e: no. 2117, 2117-A, B: bread & butter plate; syrup cover and lip on creamer body; coffee pot with separate drawing of handle; coffee cover;

.344f: no.2617: tray;

            .344g: no. 2817: waste bowl;

            .344h-i: no. 2817-A, B: trophy cup and plaque for Griesedieck Four Man Classic Shell Labor Day Winner, decorated with rowers; [Griesedieck Brewing Co. was in St. Louis, Mo., and possibly these pertain to that]

            .344j-k: no. 2917-A, B: designs for Linz Bros., jewelers in Dallas;

            .344L-m: no. 21217: trophy bowls: A. Elliot Paine Bowl, and Commercial Club Bowling Trophy; both decorated with bowling pins; both for Gurney Bros. Co.;

            .344n: no. 21217: candlestick for Bailey Banks & Biddle;

            .344o: no. 21217: trophy bowl, with horse head; Clark, Florida, Gainesville;

            .344p: no. 21317-A, B: lettering: The Fairmont; with name H.H. Galbraith;

            .344q: no. 21417-A, C: vegetable dishes;

            .344r1-2: no. 21617: outline of shield and the design to go on the shield (eagle on top of a fasces, with thistles);

            .344s: no. 22317: trophy cup, with rough outline of dog head;

            .344t-y: no. 22317-A, B, C: flask with variations in monogram HRK, plus a cup; “Maiden Lane per Clifford”

 

Folder 3: 1917: March (acc. 2018x72.345a-w):

            .345a-d: no. 3317-A, B/C, D, E: memorial plaque: to William Franknomen: various designs;

            .345e: no. 3717: coffee pot; Robinson, 5th Ave.

            .345f: no. 3717: trophy plaque: YMCA Athletic Contest, 1917: on both sides;

            .345g: no. 31317: outline of fork;

            .345h: no. 31317: Connie Mack Trophy for the Inter-Department Base Ball Championship of the John B. Stetson Company, decorated with baseball players and an elephant holding banners; for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia;  [search Connie Mack to find other designs for this trophy];

            .345i: no. 31717 (also labeled no. 91717): plaque or tablet for names of Organizers of Kora Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S.  [see also 2018x72.346i];

            .345j: no. 31917: goblet in form of a drinking horn;

            .345k: no. 32017: trophy plaque with head of German shepherd; N.Y. store, 5th Ave.;

            .345L: no. 32017: trophy plaque: The Mowglis, decorated with head of snarling dog or wolf, and with rowers;

            .345m-n: no. 32017: asparagus dish; Philip Oriel; .345n has top and side views;

            .345o: no. 32217: tray or waiter, top view, with rough sketch of side view;

            .345p-q: no. 32617-A/C, B: cup, goblet or sherbet, and some kind of dish;

            .345r-t: no. 32717: oyster cocktail plate: watercolor marked “made, H. Washington”; pencil sketch of top view, marked Galbraith; and a pencil sketch of side view;

            .345u-w: no. 32917: memorial plaque for Michael Henry Kinsley, West Hoboken, N.J.; with sketch of an ancient lamp to go on plaque; and a pencil sketch of the plaque;

 

Folder 4: 1917: April (acc. 2018x72.346a-q):

            .346a: no. 4217: coffee pot;

            .346b: no. 4617-A: tray or waiter: top and side view; [see also 2018x72.351a];

            .346c-d: no. 4617-A, B: Bosch trophy cup: [for Bosch Magneto Company], design includes the company’s Mephisto figure, and an automobile tire;

            .346e-f: no. 4617-A, B: trophy plaque: St. Georges Club of Princeton, for excellency in military efficiency;

            .346g: no. 41217-A/B: memorial plaque to Corp. J. Whittall King, from Battery B Field Artillery; “see 12417” [which is 2018x72.342ff];

            .346h: no. 41317: stand for salt and pepper shakers;

            .346i: no. 41617: outline for tablet for Kora Temple [see also 2018x72.345i];

            .346j: no. 41717-A/B: note: same as 1617-A, B: made for Caldwell & Co.; [see also 2018x72.342e-f and .359b];

            .346k: no. 41817: tureen or covered bowl;

            .346L-m: no. 42017-A, B: two trophy cups, both for sailing, made for Bunde & Upmeyer Co., Milwaukee;

            .346n: no. 42317: candelabra, per A.K. Clifford, C.S. ok;

            .346o: whiskey glass and supreme stand[?] (looks like a sherbet cup); [see also .346q – seems to be a matching set to the supreme stand]