Explorations in Glass: An Autobiography
S. Donald Stookey tells of his pioneering discoveries and accomplishments over a life-long career at Corning Glass Works. His discoveries and inventions have left their mark in homes around the world, and have affected the development of eyeglasses, defense systems, electronics, and significant discoveries for years. Learn how one man's risks, questions, interests, and explorations have benefited us all. A refreshing addition to your ceramics library!
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