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History of the Home Canning Jar and Collecting Antique Mason, Ball and Kerr Jars
Hazel-Atlas Glass Company
Co of New Jersey Patented July 16 The familiar term Mason Jar came after its inventor, Mr. Mason, who, at age 26, was a tinsmith in New York City. He perfected a machine that could cut threads into lids, which ushered in the ability of manufacturing a jar with a reusable, screw-on, lid. These jars freed farm families from having to rely on pickle barrels, root cellars, and smoke houses to get through the winter.
Hazel-Atlas Glass Company (1902-1964)
Hazel-Atlas eventually grew to become one of the largest glass manufacturing firms in the world, probably second in the United States, behind Owens-Illinois Glass Company with 14 glass plants operating simultaneously. The Plainfield plant was later sold to A. I have noticed items listed for sale by dealers and sellers at antique malls, flea markets and other venues such as ebay with labels indicating Anchor Hocking.
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