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Hello. Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we are unaware of records that detail how many units of a particular model or style Steuben actually produced.
The Rakow Research Library does have the Steuben archive, which is largely unprocessed. Most of this archival collection is open to researchers, though some parts of the collection are restricted.
Other Steuben Materials
The Rakow also holds more than 600 Steuben trade catalogs, other publications and promotional materials by Steuben, and a large collection of published materials about Steuben. You can see catalog search results by clicking the links below:
We would be happy to provide you with a bibliography of materials related to Steuben.
Frederick Carder Papers Online
For those interested in Carder-era Steuben, the Rakow has digitized the Frederick Carder papers and made them available online.
Additional Archival Collections
We have two additional archival collections that may be of interest:
- Constance Stuart Larrabee Steuben Exhibition Photographs and Documents
- Bolislav Manikowski Drawings and Artwork
Borrowing Library Materials
If you wish to borrow copies of library items, please contact your local library. The Rakow Research Library will lend designated books from its collection and will send copies of articles requested by other libraries. Your library can request items through the OCLC WorldShare Interlibrary Loan (ILL) system or by direct request through email at email@example.com. For more information, please see our ILL policies and procedures.
Visiting the Rakow
Please do not hesitate to contact us with your glass-related questions in the future!
The Corning Museum of Glass is currently closed to the public effective March 16 through April 22, 2020, as a precautionary measure for public health and safety. As a result, resources available to answer your questions are extremely limited. During this closure, you may be interested in searching our Ask a Glass Question FAQs or reviewing our Research Guides on various topics. We also highly recommend checking out The Corning Museum of Glass on YouTube for hours of artist demonstrations, lectures, and special events. Thank you for your patience.