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Milk Bottles and the El Paso Dairy Industry By Bill Lockhart
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This book contains extensive histories of many of the dairies of El Paso, Texas, and the containers that they used. The focus is on the bottles, although the book also looks at other paraphernalia. ... More > The volume is filled with photographs and other illustrations.< Less
Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers -- Volume B By Bill Lockhart
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Volume B of the Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers presents a chronology of these marks, along with descriptions, photographs, drawings, and discussions about who used the logos... More > and for what purposes. We include histories of the glass factories involved as well as discussions about what types of bottles, flasks, and jars were produced.< Less
Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers, Volume A By Bill Lockhart
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Volume A is the first volume of the Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers. The book is filled with information about the logos, histories, and dating of both the glass factories... More > and the marks that they used.< Less
The Remarkable T.L. Reber; Soda Bottles and Bottling in the Black Range and Silver City, New Mexico By Bill Lockhart
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This book is divided into three sections. First is the Story of T.L. Reber, a unique salesman who opened soda bottling plants in the Southwest, sold the entire business, then moved on. Reber, and... More > his wife, Rebecca, opened as many as 50 bottling works, mostly in New Mexico and Arizona. Part 2 is the soda bottling history of the Black Range (New Mexico), the site of two of Reber's early plants. It follows the subsequent bottlers in this well-known mining district. The final section traces the development of another of Reber's early businesses, this time in Silver City, New Mexico. It begins with Reber's plant in 1880 and the sequence of bottlers who followed. The book includes short sections on the breweries in the two locations.< Less