Stoddard Glass


April 25. 2011 10:51AM

Stoddard Glass - Stoddard, New Hampshire (photo courtesy of the Historical Society of Cheshire County)







Route 9
Stoddard, NH

Marker Number: 52
Name and date established: Stoddard 1968

Description: Glassmaking in this town covered the years 1842 to 1873. Nearby stood the South Stoddard Glass Works founded by Foster in 1842. A second works was erected in 1846 at Mill Village two miles north. In its day a major industry of the state, Stoddard glass products are now highly prized by collectors.

Location: Located on Route 9, about .1 miles west of its junction with Route 123.
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