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Spanish American - 1901

Shell and Jewel, Spanish American and Indiana Feather pitcher, 1901
Shell and Jewel
Spanish American
Indiana Feather
Spanish American - 1901

Spanish American or Spanish American Dewey pattern was produced by Beatty - Brady in 1898.  In 1899 National Glass purchased the Beatty - Brady Company and continued to produce the above patterns.  The enlargement is from a 1901 Falk Stern and Company Catalog. Indiana Glass was operating as National Glass, Factory #1 in 1901 when the above patterns were produced.  Indiana Glass began operating as the Indiana Glass Company in 1904 when a group of investors, lead by Frank Merry, leased Factory #1 from National Glass.

The Spanish American pattern was made to honor Admiral Dewey. The pattern design shows Cannons, Cannonballs, Flags, Ships and Admiral Dewey.

Spanish American Pitcher - Admirial Dewey side
Spanish American Pitcher - Admirial Dewey side
Spanish American Pitcher - Ships Side
Spanish American Pitcher - Ships Side

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