The Exploitation of Glass-sands in the United States of America
T072-T078 (11 pages including 4 of plates)
In the Transactions of the Society of Glass Technology for 1917 (p. 147) the author gave a brief description, with analyses, of specimens of the six chief American glass-sands. The sands came from the following localities: Ottawa, Ill. (The Ottawa Silica Company and the Wedron Silica Company); Cheshire, Mass. (The Berkshire Glass-Sand Company); Berkeley Springs, W. Va. (Berkeley Glass Sand Company); Mapleton, Pa. (The Juniata White Sand Company, Baltimore); and St. Louis (The Tavern Rock Silica Company). Since the brief examination of these sands in the laboratory) the author has been able to visit most of the localities and confer with representatives of the companies.
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