The plant was located near the center of town on the west side of Marvin creek and was served by a switch from the Shawmut R.R. There was never more than one furnace which was a tank, and all the glass was hand blown.
In 1904 the Hazel Hurst Window Glass Company was re-organized as the Healy Window Glass Company, with Mack Healy and Courtney Hazelton from the previous company and A.J. Bond, W.S. Gaffney, A.M. Mayor, and C.V. Merrick as leading stockholders. All the stockholders were from Bradford and the total capital stock was $80,000.00.
Apparently this plant did not re-organize after 1905 and it appears to have operated until 1912, when it burned and did not rebuild.
One man who remembers that plant said that the one thing he can remember about that fire was the fact that the tank collapsed during the fire and released the molten glass which flowed into the creek before it solidified and on contact with the water, formed a dam across the creek. Much of this glass is still visible near the former site of that plant.