Category Archives: Glass Factory

Our Own Bill Daley Announces Departure

Longtime Sandwich Historical Commission member and history lover William Daley has stepped down after volunteering in town over the last 18 years.  READ MORE Bill’s Background & Comments on the Sandwich Glass Factory       BILL’S ONLINE ARTICLES: Brady … Continue reading

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The Sand Hill School

The area around the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company in Sandwich became known as Jarvesville, named after the factory’s founder, Deming Jarves. As the number of glass factory workers grew, the company built housing for them as well as a … Continue reading

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The Acorn

The Acorn – a steam-sail ship once owned by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company by William F. Daley In 1825, entrepreneur Deming Jarves arrived in Sandwich to build his glass making operations, the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company (B&S). It … Continue reading

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