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In its early years the company went through numerous and frequent name changes, including Gray & Hemingray; Gray, Hemingray & Bros.; Gray, Hemingray & Brother; Hemingray Bros. Hemingray & Company before incorporating into the Hemingray Glass Company, Inc in 1870.

The Hemingray company had factories in Cincinnati, Ohio and Covington, Kentucky with main production in Muncie, Indiana.

Discussing star-embossed glass insulators is similar to discussing the Loch Ness monster. The Acme Glass Company made use of a five-pointed star mark. 9311 Extra Deep Groove, double petticoat insulator Cat. 9312 Pony, Deep Groove, double petticoat insulator These items are embossed with a five-pointed star. Woodward relates that General Electric had insulators made for them embossed with a raised, five-pointed star. This facility, known as the "Lower Works", produced glass insulators when fuel was available.

Everyone has a theory or a belief but records are virtually non-existent. There was also a Star Glass Company in New Albany, Indiana (1860 to 1900). Today we refer to these insulators as CD 112, CD161, CD 162 and CD 160 respectively. It seems safe to assume that the five-pointed star embossing was intended as a user mark for General Electric items. came into existence in 1903 and the plant at Old Bridge was already producing insulators for the Thomson-Houston Electric Company (T-H E. The insulators produced were of the CD 102, CD 112, CD 160, and CD 164 variety.

Internal problems and financial shortfalls threatened the economic survival of the company (2). Ray Klingensmith excavated the Elmer sites and found remnants of Star insulators. Prior to 1912, insulator needs for the area West of the Rocky Mountains had been satisfied by Brookfield and Hemingray (5). Retooling of the molds to produce an embossed star quite possibly occurred at that time.

During this same time period several of the Edison-owned companies merged into a single entity known as the Edison General Electric Company intending to provide municipal electric lighting. Sprague was absorbed by Edison General Electric and a new company, the General Electric Company (G. It seems evident that Sterling, Harloe, and Novelty made insulators for G. Hemingray was already producing CD 134 insulators for the T-H E. Color and Quality are invaluable aids in determining origins of Star insulators.

Colors: Yellow Green, Green (Aqua is reported but not confirmed) The origin of Lynchburg's CD 281 is not certain.Why they were made, when, where and by who remains open to investigation. The number of styles that are star-embossed is known from actual sightings. They are: 102, 104, 106, 112, 113, 133, 134, 145, 160 161, 162, 162.1 162.3 164, 185, 200, 260 Embossing on glass insulators serves two principle purposes; the first is to identify the manufacturer (Brookfield, Hemingray,etc.), the second is to identify the customer (user) for which the insulator was made (T-H. There is no evidence to show that these star logo companies ever manufactured glass insulators. The major makers of Star insulators are believed to be Brookfield, Sterling, Novelty, and Harloe. Brookfield stated that he believed that insulators, embossed with five-pointed stars, were made at the Brookfield Glass Company plant at Old Bridge, New Jersey (4). Things did not go too well and in October, 1903, the Harloe Company vacated the plant and moved production to their Hawley, Pennsylvania facility.The styles are identified by Consolidated Design (CD) number designed by N. In 1888-89, the Sprague Electric Railway and Motor Company of New York contracted to connect a hydroelectric generating station to fourteen Sprague motors along an eighteen-mile circuit. In 1903, the Gilchrist Jar Company, located in Elmer, was sold to the Novelty Glass Manufacturing Company.That suggests that Lynchburg obtained obsolete molds from another company.Outdated or worn molds were usually sold to scrap dealers who would salvage the metal.However, there are reports of unscrupulous scrap dealers re-selling equipment back into the market rather than melting it down.