Corning Museum of
This is an exhaustive site that contains a great glass making glossary and an excellent resources link that provides information such as "How Do You Make Glass" and insight into the chemical properties of glass.
On Line (New Zealand)
This is an awesome web site, with many articles about interesting glass subjects and a forum frequented by some of the more knowledgeable folks in the glass world.
Historical Glass Museum -
This is a nice and informative web site from a glass museum in California. The site contains a nice photo tour of some of the more significant pieces that are found in its collection.
Minnesota Museum of American Pattern Glass
Museum of American Pattern Glass. This website is dedicated to preserving and providing free public access to one of the largest collections of decorated American pattern glass in the United States, spanning the years from the 1880s to the 1920s
National Heisey Glass
An introduction to Heisey Glass and it's museum located in Newark, Ohio.
National Imperial Glass
Opened in 2003. Check this link for information including hours of operation, admission, location and directions.
Located in Lancaster, Ohio. Photos of past exhibits and listing of glass factories that were located in the Lancaster area.
This is the web site for the Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village in Millville, New Jersey.
WV Museums on the
A list of West Virginia Museums and Historical Societies on the "Web".
Glass Clubs and Organizations:
Antique and Art Glass
Salt Shaker Collector's Society, Inc.
Wonderful pictures of shakers and informative articles.
Early American Pattern Glass Society
Informative articles from past newsletters and many links to other glass-related sites.
Fairy Lamp Club
Beautiful informative site about fairy lamps. Many photos and articles.
Fry Glass Home
Official web site of the H.C. Fry Glass Society. Beautiful pictures of Fry glass.
Historical Glass Club of Pittsburgh
The Historical Glass Club of Pittsburgh (HGCP) promotes the education, study, knowledge, appreciation, and history of American Glass, with emphasis on glass manufactured in the Pittsburgh region, as well as its relationship to useful and decorative arts.
American Glass Club LTD
This fine group studies all types of glassware. See pictures of unusual items, or check the calendar for upcoming collector events.
National Cambridge Glass Collectors
An informative web site that has a number of educational articles about Cambridge Glass.
Cambridge Glass Collectors, Miami Valley Study Group.
Site that boasts a large number of Cambridge Glass photos and much info on Cambridge Glass.
National Depression Glass
Home page for this National organization. Educational articles and information about the upcoming annual convention.
Official site of the Society which formed in 1975. Informative history of Duncan & Miller and directions to and hours of the Duncan & Miller Museum located in Washington, PA.
National Fenton Glass Society,
Home page of the Society with wonderful photos of Fenton glass!
Home page with lots of great images and information about Greentown Glass and the Association.
Imperial Glass Collectors Society
Home page for the NIGCS. Informative articles about Imperial glass and information on becoming a member of the Society.
National Milk Glass Collectors Society Home page for this collectors group -- a nonprofit organization devoted to research, study and education on opaque glass. Many great pictures, good information and how to join online.
Toothpick Holder Collectors Society
Home page for NTHCS -- information on joining and several informative articles.
Glass Collectors Guild
Home page for this National organization. Great photos and information about Morgantown glassware. Also tells about the annual Convention and how to join the Guild.
Phoenix and Consolidated
Glass Collectors Club
Information on purpose of club and how to join. Also good photos and info about the glass.
Rocky Mountain Depression Glass Society
(RMDGS) was created in the early ‘70’s by avid collectors interested in learning more about Depression-era glass and china.
Explains what "stretch glass" is and shows how it was made. Information on how to join the society.
Society of Chicago
Home page of this very active Depression Era glass and pottery club. Great pictures of the displays and dealer booths at their once a year (always the 2nd weekend of March) show and sale. Check their site for exact times, dates and location of the next show.
Open Salt Collectors
Web Site dedicated to all open salts collectors and consisting of 7 member clubs across America. Publishing a newsletter 3 times a year. With a National Open Salt Convention held every two years.
Paperweight Collectors Association, Inc.
Founded in 1953, the Paperweight Collectors Association, Inc. (PCA, INC.) is a non-profit organization of art glass paperweight enthusiasts from throughout the world. The membership includes, museums, and libraries
Peach State Depression Glass Club
Home page of the PSDGC. Beautiful photos of depression-era glass plus information about the glass, the club and their annual show.
Three Rivers Depression Era Glass Society
Home page of this Pittsburgh area collecting club. Wonderful web site with informative photos of depression-era glassware and also information about their annual show.
Glass Collectors, Inc.
The official Website of the Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc.
Other Informative Sites:
Chat About DG
Hundreds of photos of DG and Elegant glass to aid in identification of pieces. Also has a chat board that requires registration
Fenton Vanity Items, Hobnail & Hand Vases
Articles about vanity items produced by the Fenton Art Glass Company for DeVilbiss, A.B Wrisley and others; about Hobnail items; and information on the similar hand cornucopia vases made by Geo. Duncan & Sons and the Fenton Art Glass Company.
One of the largest non-profit glass schools in Europe. Located near Istanbul, Turkey.
Detailed map and driving directions to glass attractions in three states.
Historic Glass Bottle
Identification & Information Website
A wonderful site that helps to identify the age and type of utilitarian bottles.
All about marbles including how to play.
A web site to assist collectors of Libbey glass as well as preserve the phenomenal history of the company.
Part of this blog tells the story of their donation of a mold-makers tool box to WVMAG -- plus wonderful photos of the Museum.