Peanut butter glasses were made in the 1950's in three sizes to sell commercially produced peanut butter, primarily from the Boscul Peanut Buitter Company of New Jersey. The glasses were decorated with colorful painted images of flowers and a few birds, dogs, and specialty images, usually with the image identified by a label, such as the name of the flower depicted. This book catalogs the known decorations by showing both the front and back views of each glass. 977 photographs and identifying text tell the whole story. The pictures are arranged alphabetically and a value range is supplied in the labels for easy reference. Author Barbara E. Mauzy is a dedicated third grade school teacher and a dealer in Depression Glass and kitchen collectibles of the 1920's through 1950's at Renninger's Antique Market in Adamstown, Pennsylvania.