Many glass companies which were flourishing during the Depression are no longer in existence, but a few are.Corning Glassware is still with us. Fondly known as GLW for short.http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/123/cornings-history.htm...L.E. Smithhttp://www.lesmithglass.com/content/home/about/Fenton Glasshttp://www.fentonartglass.com/about/If you know of any other glass companies that were started either before or during the Depression which are still around, please add a comment.
Anchor Hocking ;-)http://www.anchorhockingmuseum.com/History%20of%20Anchor%20H...
The link about the history of Anchor Hocking also mentioned Libbey Glass which has been around for a VERY long time. I had no idea it was such an old company.http://www.myantiquemall.com/AQstories/libbey/libbey.html
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