neagc dish 1935 70th anniversary, NAGC

Left: Pressed dish, 3 7/8 in. dia. 1 in. deep, maker unknown, with fired on lettering "The National Early American Glass Club 1935"
Right: Pressed window medallion, 3 1/4 in. dia., commemorating NAGC 70-th Anniversary, Art Reed, Sweetwater Glass, DeLancey, NY


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The Glass Club Bulletin, a biannual puplication, is given to the membership which includes more than thirty museums, libraries and other institutions in the United States, Canada and abroad. The Bulletin's editors have consistently brought to their readers leading scholarship in a wide variety of original articles and research, not only about American glass, but on international glass topics from antiquity to the work of contemporary artists.

The current issue of The Glass Club Bulletin, Fall Winter 2013, Number 224, contains:

The previous issue of The Glass Club Bulletin, Spring Summer 2013, Number 223 contained:

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Back issues are available for purchase at the members' price of $4.00 each ($6.00 for non-members). A complete set of The Glass Club Bulletin (1938 to the current issue) is $400.00. Send purchase requests to Karen Petraglia, 18 Smithfield Lane, Bedford, NH 03110. Telephone: 508.429.5135, e-mail:

Our First - The Glass Club Bulletin, No. 1, January 1938


50th anniversary, NAGC Rt: Pressed cup plate by Pairpoint Glass Co. Sagamore, Massachusetts commemorating NEAGC 50th Anniversary 1983

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NAGC Newsletter Editor:
    1980 - 1982:       John Gotjen, RI

Glass Shards Editors:
    1985-1993:         Sylvia Applebee Lyon, VA
    1994 - present:   Alice Walsh, MA

The National American Glass Club's membership directory is published annually solely for the use of the membership. It lists members' names and addresses, officers, local chapters, and, occasionally, a compilation of educational programs for NAGC members and chapters. The current Membership and Resource Directory 2010-2011, lists the NAGC Membership, forty-four Institutional Memberships and seventeen chapters nationwide. Members may list their collecting interests in the directory. Also included are the By-Laws of the National American Glass Club, Officers and Directors, Committee Chairs and Appointments, "Exploring the NAGC Web Site" and a list of supporting members. Also included are a number of illistrations depicting a variety of glass objects.
A sampling of the diversity of those interests includes American Glass, European Glass, cut glass, depression glass, paperweights, Moser art glass, sparkling lamps and other lighting, bottles and flasks, carnival glass, commerative and historical glass, Tiffany, salts, Bohemian glass, opaline, enameled glass, Gillinder, pressed pattern glass, Duncan, cordials and decanters, ancient through Islamic, Heisey, 18th & 19th c. Anglo-Irish, buttons, stained leaded glass, salt shakers, glass literature, cranberry glass, glass dolphins, perfume bottles, vaseline glass, cup plates, children's pressed glass, Sandwich glass, crackle glass, Dorflinger, Steuben - the list goes on.....

In addition, members may elect to include their e-mail addresses in the directory (those desiring to do so, should e-mail the NAGC Membership Chairperson).

The current Membership Directory was compiled and edited by Jim Davidson, Maryland.