: Photograph of an exhibit of early Ohio glass, possibly in the rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse. Since the early nineteenth century glassmaking has
been one of the major industries of Ohio, and Ohio glass holds an important place in the development of the industry in the United States. According to Rhea Mansfield Knittle of Ashland, Ohio, whose book "Early American Glass" was published in 1927, the first glass house in Ohio was a Zanesville organized by a group of citizens and incorporated May 13, 1815, as the White Glass Works. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL07538 Subjects
: Other--Ohio Historical Society; Glass industry; Glassware; Art, American--Ohio; Artists--Ohio; Arts and crafts movement Places
: Columbus (Ohio)