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Wheeling Glass 1829-1939: Collection of The Oglebay Institute Glass Museum
Gerald I Reilly, editor.
Oglebay Institute, 1994.
 
Nineteenth Century Glass: Its Genesis and Artistic Development
Albert Christian Revi.
Nelson, Revised Edition, 1967.
 
American Cut and Engraved Glass
Albert Christian Revi.
Nelson, Revised Edition, 1965.
 
Antiquamania
Kenneth L. Roberts.
Doubleday, 1928.
A satirical account of antique collecting on the verge of the great financial crash in 1929. Bottlefields is a more or less fictionalized account of well known collectors George Horace Lorimer, Edwin Lefevre and Joseph Hergesheimer touring rural Pennsylvania and Virginia in their automobile, searching for bottles.
Glass: The Strange History of the Lyne Stephens Fortune
Jenifer Roberts.
Templeton Press, ????.
 
The Story of American Pressed Glass of the Lacy Period, 1825-1850
James H Rose.
The Corning Museum of Glass, 1954.
 
A Beilby Odyssey
James Rush.
Nelson and Sanders, 1987.
The Beilby family of Newcastle, England, is well known for having decorated glass with enamels in the late 18th century.