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  • Corning Museum of Glass - Contains over 40,000 objects representing 3,500 years of glass and glassmaking from Egyptian to 20th century. Collections, exhibitions, education, demonstrations, events. Located in New York.
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  • Mbad African Bead Museum - Major repository for African sculptures, textiles, pottery, beads, bead works, and metal items and seeks to preserve the cultural heritage of African people. Sponsors programs, workshops, and exhibitions. Located in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
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  • Museum of Glass - Tacoma, Washington, museum of international contemporary art and glass.
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  • Museum of Neon Art - Exhibits, documents, and preserves contemporary fine art in electric media and outstanding examples of neon signs. Located in Los Angeles.
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  • The Stained Glass Museum - Houses a national collection of British stained glass. The illustrated online catalogue can be browsed by designer, subject, date or place. Includes brief biographies of designers. Located in Ely, United Kingdom.
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  • Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center - An exhibit oriented glass museum in Millville, New Jersey. Features hours, admission fees, a history of the village, FAQs, memberships, and volunteer opportunities.
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  • Wondrous Glass - The Kelsey Museum (Michigan) describes its collection of ancient glass from Iraq, Palestine and Egypt, with photographs. History and techniques of glass-making, especially glass-blowing. Roman styles.
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  • World of Glass Museum - Museum in St Helens, UK, displaying items from the St Helens Council Collection. On-line database of glassware in the collection.
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