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Anchor Hocking

Plant #44 in Monaca, Pennsylvania.

Anchor Hocking Company is a manufacturer of glassware that is part of EveryWare Global Inc.. The Hocking Glass Company was founded in 1905 by Isaac Jacob (Ike) Collins in Lancaster, Ohio and named for the Hocking River.[1][2]

That company merged with the AnchorCap and Closure Corporations in 1937.[3] From 1937-1983 the company operated the oldest glass manufacturing facility in the United States, established in 1863, in Salem, New Jersey.[4] Plant #44 is located in Monaca, Pennsylvania. It also had facilities in Elmira, New York and Streator, Illinois

The company was the sponsor of the radio drama "Casey, Crime Photographer."

Contents

  • Depression glass 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Depression glass

Anchor Hocking Depression glass, Teardrop and Dot pattern

The company was a major producer of Depression glass. The first glassware produced as Anchor Hocking Glass Company was Royal Ruby in 1939. In addition, Anchor Hocking produced Forest Green Glass, Fire-King and Anchor Ovenware.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.anchorhockingmuseum.com/History%20of%20Anchor%20Hocking.html
  2. ^ Trenton Evening Times, October 23, 1975, Page 23.
  3. ^ http://www.sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/AnchorHocking.pdf
  4. ^ Williams, Michael (June 23, 2013). "Under a new name and ownership, Salem City glass plant celebrates 150 years in operation". South Jersey Times. Retrieved 2013-07-25. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Webpage showing some marks used by Anchor Hocking




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