Radioactive Glass featured in AGR e-Newsletter

Did you know that radioactive glass was once popular? This yellow-green, florescent and slightly radioactive, Vaseline glass enjoyed popularity in the latter part of the 19th century.

You can read more about it in the just released AGR December e-Newsletter Volume 2/Issue 4 in our Library.  If you are not already a subscriber to our free quarterly e-Newsletter you can easily sign up.Visit our Library – e-Newsletters section.

600450 Radioactive Glass featured in AGR e-Newsletter

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