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Image of Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Light blue tinted glass Atlas strong shoulder 1 quart canning jar. The jar is cylindrical with round shoulders and threads at the top for a screw lid. Mold seams on the side extend from a horizontal seam at the bottom up to but not over the lip. There is also a horizontal seam where the top and base are joined. Embossed on the side "Atlas" "strong shoulder" "mason". On the bottom is embossed "C" inside a circle that may be another seam.

Record Type: Object

Image of Saltshaker - Early 20th Century

Saltshaker - Early 20th Century

Small spherical shaped glass shaker with a metal screw-on cap that has dispensing holes. The glass body has a flat base molded onto the bottom and screw threads molded at the top. On the bottom of the base is molded the letter "L" in a circle.

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Blue tinted glass Atlas strong shoulder 1 quart canning jar. The jar is cylindrical with threads at the top for a screw-on lid. The side mold seams extend from a horizontal seam at the bottom up to but not over the lip. There is a horizontal seam where the shoulder starts to round. Embossed on the side "-atlas-" "Strong Shoulder" "mason" On the bottom is embossed "8". There are air bubbles in the glass in the sides and bottom.

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - Before 1915

Jar, Preserving - Before 1915

Clear glass one-quart canning jar with screw threads at the top for a screw-on lid. The jar is cylindrical in shape. There are mold seams on the side that extend from a horizontal seam at the bottom up to but not over the lip. There are also two mold horizontal seams at the top and at the top of the shoulder. There is a small circular mark in the center of the bottom. Embossed on the side: "Atlas" "strong shoulder" "mason". On the bottom: "8".

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Clear glass Atlas strong shoulder 1 quart canning jar. The jar is cylindrical with round shoulders and threads at the top for a screw lid. Mold seams on the side extend from a horizontal seam at the bottom up to but not over the lip. There is also a horizontal seam where the top and base are joined. Embossed on the side "Atlas" "strong shoulder" "mason". On the bottom is embossed "5" inside a circle that may be another seam.

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Jar, Preserving - 1915-1964

Clear glass 1 quart Atlas canning jar. The jar is square with rounded corners. The mouth of the jar is threaded for a screw lid. Mold seams are on the corners and extend from a horizontal seam at the base up to a horizontal seam at the rounded shoulder and below the top assembly. The top assembly, with the threads, has a seam offset from the side seam that extends slightly onto the side. This seam does not go over the top of the lip. Embossed on t ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - After 1915-late 1960s

Jar, Preserving - After 1915-late 1960s

Blue-green one-pint glass canning jar with screw threads. This jar is cylindrical in shape. The mouth is threaded for a screw-on lid. Mold seams extend from a horizontal seam where the bottom is joined up to and over the lip. There is also a horizontal mold seam below the top above the shoulder. There is a roundish scar on the bottom slightly off center. Embossed on the side: "Atlas" "strong shoulder" "mason".

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - 1923-1933

Jar, Preserving - 1923-1933

Light blue glass Ball 1 quart canning jar. Jar is cylindrical in shape with a flat top, a flat surface for a rubber seal, and a wire bail.The side mold seams extend from the circular seam on the bottom up to and over the lip. The bottom mold seam is circular with a second seam inside slightly off center. The following is embossed: On the side near the top "wire side 2" "552" "2" On the side "Ball" "Ideal" "pat D July 14, 1908" On the bottom "5" ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - 1923-1933

Jar, Preserving - 1923-1933

Light blue glass Ball 1 quart canning jar with wire bail (no lid). Jar is cylindrical. There are no screw threads. The lip is smooth with a lower, wider flat surface of a size that would fit a rubber seal. Mold seams on sides extend from bottom circular mold seam up to and over lip. Bottom mold seam is circular 3" diameter. The following is embossed: On side near lip: "wire side" "21443" On the side: "Ball" "Ideal" "Pat D July 14 1908" On the ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Clear glass Kerr one pint preserving jar. The jar is cylindrical in shape with screw threads at the top. The mold seams on the side extend from a horizontal seam on the side very near the bottom and go up to but not over the lip. There is a rough mold line where the top meets the base, and a second smoother line slightly below. Embossed: On the side: "Kerr" "Self Sealing" "trade mark reg" "patented" "Mason". On the bottom: "Kerr Glass Mfg Co" " ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Clear glass Kerr one-quart wide mouth canning jar. The jar is cylindrical in shape with a flat top and no screw threads. The mold seams on the side extend from a horizontal seam on the side very near the bottom and go up to but not over the flat ridge near the lip. Besides the seam near the bottom, there is a seam where the top meets the base (on the shoulder of the base). Embossed: on the side: "Kerr" "Economy" "trademark" and on the bottom: "Ker ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Jar, Preserving - After 1915 to circa 1920

Clear glass Kerr wide mouth one-quart canning jar. The jar is cylindrical in shape with no screw threads at the top. The mold seams on the side extend from a horizontal seam near the bottom and go up to but not over the wider rim at the top. There is a horizontal seam where the top meets the base and a second seam slightly below. Embossed on the side: "Kerr" "Economy" "Trade Mark" and on the bottom: "Kerr Glass Mfg Co" "Sand Springs Okla." "Pat 5 ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Preserving - After 1915

Jar, Preserving - After 1915

Clear glass Kerr one-quart canning jar. The jar is square with rounded corners so that it is almost cylindrical. It has screw threads at the top. The side mold seams extend from a circular seam on the bottom up to but not over the lip. There is also a horizontal seam where the top meets the base. Embossed on side: "Kerr" "Self Sealing" "trade mark reg" "mason" and on bottom: "1".

Record Type: Object

Image of Jar, Battery - Approximately 1910

Jar, Battery - Approximately 1910

Clear glass rectangular battery jar for an Exide farm lighting cell. Although some jars had rubber or wooden covers, this jar appears to be designed to be used with no cover (an open jar). Positive and negative plates were immersed in a sulfuric acid solution and kept apart by grooved wooden separators. "Hold-downs" were clamped onto the glass and extended across the top of the glass to keep the separators from floating. The connectors from the po ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Bottle, Drinking - 1940s

Bottle, Drinking - 1940s

Glass (partially clear and partially stippled) straight sided 6 oz round soda bottle. The lip is designed for a crown cap. On one side printed in blue inside a white square is "Nu Grape Soda" "reg US pat off" and "imitation grape flavor". On the other side, by the means of adhering a substance is "[?] Contents 6 FL oz" "Nu grape Soda" and "imitation flavor". Embossed on the side near the bottom is "39-B-6" and "DES [design] pat'd 130075" and a let ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Bottle - Early 20th Century

Bottle - Early 20th Century

Clear glass cylindrical liquor bottle with a straight neck above a rounded shoulder. Although there are screw threads at the top for a closer, there is a hand-carved cork inserted into the opening. A large (approximately 3") iron hook has been attached to the neck by wrapping wire around the hook and neck. A cloth has been inserted between the hook and the glass. Embossed on the side is "750 ml". On the bottom is embossed "L" in a circle, "84..84" ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Tap, Taper - Early 20th century

Tap, Taper - Early 20th century

These two taps are used to cut threads inside a bored hole creating female threads which functions like a nut and receives a bolt or other structure that has male threads. The taps are tapered, that is the portion that first enters the hole is a smaller diameter than the upper portion, so as to make the cutting function a gradual process. The flat portion at the top fits into a handle or "T wrench." The taps are covered with a coat of rust, but ...

Record Type: Object

Image of Anvil - Early 29th Century, Circa 1910

Anvil - Early 29th Century, Circa 1910

Octagon shaped metal cylinder for setting the teeth of a crosscut saw, used with a hammer that is designed to work with the anvil.. The face of the cylinder is machined so as to give the teeth a proper angle. On the side of the cylinder is stamped "Disston USA".

Record Type: Object

Image of Swage, Anvil - Late 19th Century

Swage, Anvil - Late 19th Century

Tapered octagon shaped cylinder for setting the teeth of a cross-cut saw. The object is designed to be used with a setting hammer. Four of the eight faces are wider than the other four. No marks or images were found on the object.

Record Type: Object

Image of Ring, Snub - Late 19th Century

Ring, Snub - Late 19th Century

Flat metal object with a ring on one end and a sharpened point on the other. At the ring end is a flat surface designed to be struck with a hammer so as to drive the pointed end into a log. Chains or cables were attached to the ring to hold logs together in a raft. Stamped on one side of the object is "S" or "9". The flat surface is slightly deformed as a result of being hammered.

Record Type: Object