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1 Seaham Harbour UDC receive details of Bottle Works demise (1923) 25
2 Letter from United Glass Manufacturers confirm Bottle Works to remain closed (1921) 25
3 Distress at news that Bottle Works is not to re-open (1921) 28
4 Closure of Bottle Works because of shortage of coal (1921) 25
5 Secret war work of the Candlish Bottle Works revealed (1919) 127
6 Death of John Candlish (1916) 33
7 "The United Glass Bottle Manufacturers" formed and acquires Candlish Bottle Works (1913) 32
8 Fire at Bottle Works completely destroys the "Pot Loft" (1904) 43
9 Decline in trade for Bottle Works in the country because of free trade policy (1904) 43
10 New continuous regenerative gas furnace started at the Bottle Works (1900) 42
11 Bottle workers and families entertained by the management 58
12 SS Oakenwell (The Bottle-boat) 66
13 The Bottle Works, Ropery Walk and Duckyard (1905) 123
14 Working at the Bottle Works 99
15 Recollections of the Bottle Works 89
16 Talents of the Bottle Workers 105
17 John Candlish and his Bottle Works 114
18 Biography of John Candlish owner of the Seaham Bottleworks 136
19 Destructive fire at Seaham Bottleworks (1887) 186
20 Background notes to the Seaham Bottleworks 187
 
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