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Agnew and Hunter Families
Agnew and Hunter Families
 
 
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Agnew Archibald draft 1917.jpg
Agnew Archibald draft 1917.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Archie P marriage Image.jpeg
Agnew Archie P marriage Image.jpeg
 
 
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agnew archie robb nellie marriage docket.jpg
agnew archie robb nellie marriage docket.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Baldwin Twp.pdf
Agnew Baldwin Twp.pdf
 
 
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Agnew Catalog--Jar
Agnew Catalog--Jar
The 1894 catalogue of the Agnew Company notes its location as Hulton, in Oakmont, then 12 miles north of Pittsburgh. At that time, it was a member of the industry's trade organization, the Western Flint Bottle Association, and served the needs of bottlers, druggists, and food processors in that area. The markings "A. & Co." and "A.G. Co " denoted… 
 
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agnew chambers dissolution partnership 2.jpg
agnew chambers dissolution partnership 2.jpg
 
 
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agnew chambers dissolution partnership.jpg
agnew chambers dissolution partnership.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Charles B draft 1942.jpg
Agnew Charles B draft 1942.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Charles Everson draft 1917.jpg
Agnew Charles Everson draft 1917.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Charles Naylor draft 1917.jpg
Agnew Charles Naylor draft 1917.jpg
 
 
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agnew charles naylor obit Pitts Press Jan 10 1904
agnew charles naylor obit Pitts Press Jan 10 1904
 
 
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Agnew David Headstone
Agnew David Headstone
 
 
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Agnew Emmet Craig draft 1917.jpg
Agnew Emmet Craig draft 1917.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Emmet Craig draft 1942.jpg
Agnew Emmet Craig draft 1942.jpg
 
 
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Agnew glass
Agnew glass
The 1894 catalogue of the Agnew Company notes its location as Hulton, in Oakmont, then 12 miles north of Pittsburgh. At that time, it was a member of the industry's trade organization, the Western Flint Bottle Association, and served the needs of bottlers, druggists, and food processors in that area. The markings "A. & Co." and "A.G. Co " denoted… 
 
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Agnew glass
Agnew glass
NY Times Nov 2 1893 
 
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Agnew Glass Catalog
Agnew Glass Catalog
The 1894 catalogue of the Agnew Company notes its location as Hulton, in Oakmont, then 12 miles north of Pittsburgh. At that time, it was a member of the industry's trade organization, the Western Flint Bottle Association, and served the needs of bottlers, druggists, and food processors in that area. The markings "A. & Co." and "A.G. Co " denoted… 
 
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Agnew Glass Catalog
Agnew Glass Catalog
The 1894 catalogue of the Agnew Company notes its location as Hulton, in Oakmont, then 12 miles north of Pittsburgh. At that time, it was a member of the industry's trade organization, the Western Flint Bottle Association, and served the needs of bottlers, druggists, and food processors in that area. The markings "A. & Co." and "A.G. Co " denoted… 
 
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Agnew Glass Catalog
Agnew Glass Catalog
The 1894 catalogue of the Agnew Company notes its location as Hulton, in Oakmont, then 12 miles north of Pittsburgh. At that time, it was a member of the industry's trade organization, the Western Flint Bottle Association, and served the needs of bottlers, druggists, and food processors in that area. The markings "A. & Co." and "A.G. Co " denoted… 
 
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Agnew glass factory
Agnew glass factory
interior photo of the Agnew glass factory in Oakmont (source: Oakmont Carnegie Library). Note from Robert Agey: Found your web site searching for Agnew Glass as my wife's Grandfather, Orlando Sheldon Grubbs worked at Agnew Glass starting about 1882. Photo @ Oakmont library's website was from our collection showing him 2nd from left. We have a… 
 
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Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
Agnew Glass Factory location in Oakmont 1903
 
 
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Agnew glass factory site in Oakmont
Agnew glass factory site in Oakmont
The Agnew glass factory was on the site of the later Thompson Paint Co., near or at this present day building along the railroad tracks. 
 
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Agnew Glass House Fire 1853.jpg
Agnew Glass House Fire 1853.jpg
 
 
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Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Brownsville Rd. and E. Agnew Ave., Carrick PA 
 
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Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Agnew Home and Glass Factory
Brownsville Rd. and E. Agnew Ave., Carrick PA 
 
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Agnew home in Oakmont
Agnew home in Oakmont
The photo below is from Oakmont Library. It shows the former Agnew home when it was the paint laboratory for the Thompson Paint Co. in the 1940s. The original house is on the left, with a later addition built by Thompson. (source: Oakmont Carnegie Library) 
 
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Agnew Hunter childrens party Pittsburgh Press Mar 22 1904
Agnew Hunter childrens party Pittsburgh Press Mar 22 1904
 
 
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Agnew Hunter homes Oakmont 1897 subdivision plat
Agnew Hunter homes Oakmont 1897 subdivision plat
 
 
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agnew hunter marriage announcement.png
agnew hunter marriage announcement.png
 
 
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agnew hunter marriage license.jpg
agnew hunter marriage license.jpg
 
 
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Agnew in The Pittsburgh and Allegheny blue book, 1895, Vol. 9.
Agnew in The Pittsburgh and Allegheny blue book, 1895, Vol. 9.
 
 
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Agnew Jar
Agnew Jar
John Agnew & Son Wax Seal Fruit Jar 
 
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Agnew John and Mary Ann 'at home' card
Agnew John and Mary Ann "at home" card
Southern Avenue = the Brownsville Road 
 
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agnew john assault.jpg
agnew john assault.jpg
 
 
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Agnew John bio
Agnew John bio
from Samuel Durant's 1876 History of Allegheny County (on the Historic Pittsburgh site) 
 
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Agnew John Chambers death cert.jpg
Agnew John Chambers death cert.jpg
 
 
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Agnew John death record 1905
Agnew John death record 1905
 
 
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Agnew John home in Oakmont
Agnew John home in Oakmont
The white house in this photo from my grandmother was the Elizabeth Bradley Home for Children at 214 Hulton Road (earlier designation H Street) in Oakmont, torn down in the '70s for the new Riverview High School. It was apparently originally John Agnew's home. He died in 1905, the year the Bradley Home was established. However, the house was… 
 
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Agnew John home in Oakmont
Agnew John home in Oakmont
This house, later the Bradley Home for Children, is pictured in Oakmont (Images of America) by Vince Gagetta, Paul A. Calabrese, Cheryl Zentgraf, Gary Rogers, Arcadia Publishing (SC) October, 2003, and identified as the home of the owner of the Agnew Glass Company. 
 
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Agnew John Obituary
Agnew John Obituary
June 26, 1905 Pittsburgh Gazette 
 
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Agnew John Obituary
Agnew John Obituary
June 26, 1905 Pittsburgh Gazette 
 
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Agnew John Obituary
Agnew John Obituary
Pittsburgh Press June 26 1905 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Township, 1862
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Township, 1862
This 1862 map of Baldwin Township shows the location of John Agnew’s home and glass factory, at Brownsville Road and Agnew Road, in present-day Carrick in the South Side of Pittsburgh. 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1886
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1905
 
 
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Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew John, Carrick, Baldwin Twp, 1916
Agnew Apartments 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Photos taken August 2003 in Carrick, near intersection of Brownsville Road and E. Agnew Ave. This land was once owned by John Chambers, and passed on to Mary Ann Chambers Agnew and her husband John Agnew, who established his first glass factory there.
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 
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Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
Agnew John, site of family home and glass factory, Carrick
 
 

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