Dry Towns

The fact that 19th century Vineland and Landis Township were part of the temperance movement imposed by founder Charles K. Landis is common knowledge, but

On Strike

Just before becoming a part of Owens-Illinois, Kimble Glass of Vineland attracted national attention in 1944 when its workers decided to strike. As a manufacturer


Before Kimble Glass, the Chicago-based company established by Evan Ewan Kimble in 1901, became part of Owens Illinois following World War II, it enjoyed a

Road to Millville

Route 47, commonly known as Delsea Drive by local residents, has been a well-known pathway to the shore no matter what name we choose to

Singing the Blues

Tracing the folk songs written or performed in South Jersey during the early 20th century hasn’t been a common practice but, in 1983, Dorothea H.

Glass Mergers

It can be said that the merging of Victor Durand’s Flint Glass Tube Company in Vineland and the Chicago-based Kimble Glass Company was a homecoming

Kimble Glass

Kimble Glass Company, Vineland’s long-standing glass manufacturer, is truly a tale of two cities, spanning the Midwest to the East Coast. By 1961, Kimble Glass

Charles K., Jr.

It’s fair to say that Charles K. Landis Jr. never experienced the same spotlight as that of his father, founder of Vineland and Sea Isle