The Indiana Glass Company of Dunkirk, IN is a favorite glass company of mine. They made some beautiful glass in their day. Indiana Glass was officially formed in 1907, however, they have roots tying them back to the Beatty-Brady Glass Company in 1895. The company made by blown and pressed glassware.
There is one type of glass which Indiana Glass holds the record for being the longest producer of - Goofus Glass. Goofus Glass was an inexpensive way to make colored glass. Pieces of pressed or pattern glass were cold painted. This led to the paint not being permanent and after use and washing would flake off. Typically pieces are seen in red or gold but there were some done in green as well.
In the 20's, Indiana introduced a pattern called Avocado. This pattern was an Art Nouveau pattern andd was considerd to be the first Depression Glassware pattern. Avocado was made in green, pink, crystal and white milkglass. The pattern has been reproduced and known as Sweet Pear.
Indiana made numerous other patterns as well. Some of my other faves are Constellation, Pebble Leaf, King's Crown and Horsemint.
Here are some of my favorite resources for online researching of Indiana Glassware