News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - If you are a collector of depression era glassware or are just interested in finding out more information about the artistry of glass making during this wonderfull time in history you will want to join our club!
We currently have over 100 members and we are looking for more collectors or interested people to join our Club!
The 20-30-40s Glass Society of Illinois is a not-for-profit group organized for the social and educational purposes of Depression Era Glass. The Club has been organized to gain more knowledge about the history of American-made glassware of the 1920's, 1930's, and 1940's, the making of the glass, and to further its preservation. We as members share a common bond which is our love of glass and to indulge in the pleasure of collecting.
We have 6 general meetings per year with outstanding presentations, that are dazzling, entertaining and above all informative.
A few of the member benefits are:
Access to the Clubs extensive reference library
By becoming a member you will receive THE SOCIETY PAGE NEWSLETTER published every other month/6 times a year.
Members enjoy our informative presentations from glass manufacturers like the Fenton Glass Company, authors of glass books, and our members collections.
Attend an exciting day/week long trip to a glass museum, glass shows, or antique shops.
We currently have over 100 members but are looking for more people share in the fun that we have in our Club!
Please join us for one of our club meetings to see what we are all about and be with people who share a love and interest in American made Glass.
Please feel free to come and join us!
For further information you can write to:
The 20-30-40 Society
P. O. Box 856
LaGrange, IL 60525
Our regular meeting location and agenda:
AMERICAN LEGION HALL
900 S. La Grange Rd.
La Grange, IL
10:30 a.m. Social Hour
12:30 Business Meeting
Our meetings also include a raffle!