This item is newspaper clipping showing the 1898 "graduating class" of apprentices with the Whitney Glass Works in Glassboro, NJ. The clipping is titled, "When Father Wore Peg Top Trousers". Top row, left to right: William Shaw, John Wood, Forrest Tomlin, Calvin Craner, John M. Cake, Edward E. Vanneman, Samuel Warren, and William Jarrel Middle row, left to right: William Ray, William Richards, Delbert Elkins, William Dill, James Bowe, Chester V. Johnson, Amos Cart, and John Simmerman Front row, left to right: Frank Weed, Horace Henderson, Charles Dill, Joseph McCaron, Peter Jones, Benjamin Miller, and Edward Parker
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