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MCKEE GLASS COMPANY

McKee and Company (McKee Glass Company) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (c.1834-1888) Jeannette, Pennsylvania (1888-1951) This company went through various name and ownership changes. Sources of information on McKee frequently disagree and the timeline for company and factory names and their actual years of operation are confusing and incomplete. At least 4 or 5 McKee brothers were involved in the early glass industry in Pittsburgh. Samuel & James McKee reportedly started a factory in Pittsburgh circa 1834. Samuel McKee operated a factory (S.McKee & Company) after c.1836.(Some sources give 1850 or 1860). There were evidently at least 3 separate McKee factories under operation at the same time, using similar names, although the owners, of course, were related. Bottles, fruit jars, window glass and other products were made in abundance. Company names included "McKee Brothers" and "McKee Brothers & Co" during certain periods. Glass factory embossed marks on some bottles give the spelling as "M'Kee". Threadless glass telegraph line insulators (CD 731) marked "S.McKee & Co." were evidently produced in the Civil War period and immediately afterward (circa 1865-1875). McKee moved to Jeannette, PA in 1888, (at that time known as McKee Brothers' Works), and then in 1899 became part of the National Glass Company "combine". However, by 1903, McKee had apparently broken away from the combine, and later reorganized to become known as the "McKee-Jeannette Glass Works". At some point in time, it seems to have become known simply as "McKee Glass Company", but with perhaps some minor variations in the exact business name being used through the years. Under this name large quantities of high quality glassware was produced, including pressed "pattern glass", milk glass and other opaque ware, blackglass, etc. Window glass was also produced, at least during the early years at Jeannette. McKee also made industrial glassware as I have received information from Mark Ounan indicating they produced automotive glass headlight lenses in the c. 1917 period. He owns a lense marked "Dodge Brothers / U. S. A. / McKee & Co. / Jeannette PA". I presume this is the same company as "McKee Glass Company" though there is a slight possibility it was a separate McKee company also located in Jeannette. Any additional info is appreciated. After many years of production the factory was acquired in 1951 to become the McKee Division of Thatcher Glass Company. In 1961 Jeannette Glass Company bought the property and a variety of pressed glass items and ornamental tableware was manufactured there by Jeannette until it closed in 1983.

McKee Glass:Concord Milk Glass Pedestal Punch Bowl Set
Great for any holiday McKee Concord Milk Glass Pedestal Punch Bowl Set Punch Bowl: 13 top diameter x 5 tall x 4-1/2 deep
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McKee Glass:Glasbake 19CJ Large White Mixing Bowl w/ Tab Handles
Vintage...Glasbake..
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McKee Glass:Glasbake Rectangular Baking Pan w/ Flowers
McKee Glasbake rectangular baking pan # J263-2 1/2 quarts ,13 3/4" by 8 1/4" and about 2" high with flowers on both sides...No chips or...
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McKee Glass:Glasbake Yellow Soup Mug Chili Bowl w/Handle
Glasbake yellow soup bowl with handle 4 3/4" in diameter and about 2 3/8" high.
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McKee Glass:Goblet Amber Cane Pattern Water Goblet

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McKee Glass:Goblet Amber Cane Pattern Water Goblet
McKee Glass Co
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Mckee Glass:Milkglass Crosshatch & Dot Goblet
Mckee Crosshatch & Dot Milk Glass Goblet.This discontinued crosshatch & dot goblet 3 1/8" in diameter and 5 1/2" high.The square base is...
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McKee Glass:Quintec Bowl
McKee Glass Pattern Quintec.
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