Letters to the Editor
Dear Don & Dora,
I didn't mean to let my
subscription run out. So here's 18.00 for a first class subscription.
been very active in insulator collecting since I got married a little over a
year ago. But I wouldn't be without C.J. of the Wire every month. I still have
| ||by Marilyn Albers|
Setting Values on Australian Insulators
There has been a real surge of interest in Australian insulators over
the last year. I attribute this to the increased amount of correspondence
between collectors in the U.S.A. and our collector pals over there in Australia.
Corning Glass Works Insulator Production and the Corning-Pyrex 660
| ||Text by Jeff McCurty, Photographs by Dan Wagner|
Corning-Pyrex insulators were
manufactured by the Corning Glass Works in Corning, New York, from 1924 through
1951. Initial consideration to use glass as an insulator material by Corning is
dated as far back as 1913 according to existing records. Pyrex glass was
developed in 1915 by Corning and was used for cookware, bakeware, and
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod, NIA #13|
The enclosed snapshot
is of an insulator I found in an antique store a while back. It caught my eyes
from a distance, since it looked like an insulator. There was no information on
it, just a price tag with the word "insulator". It's about 10"