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Topic: pottery industry

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Abm. Miller manufacturer of portable furnaces, cylinders, fire bricks & tile, dentist furnaces, muffles &c. superior earthenware &c. Callowhill below Broad St. Philadelphia on stone by R.F. Reynolds no. 75 Dock St. Phila. ; Wagner & McGuigan's steam lith. pr

Abm. Miller manufacturer of portable furnaces, cylinders, fire bricks ...

Print shows a street view of "Abm. Miller's Pottery & Fire Brick Manufactory" facilities in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Title from item. Date inscribed in ink below title: 1852. (DLC/PP-2001:068) Forms part of:... more

[Map of Washington D.C. and vicinity].

[Map of Washington D.C. and vicinity].

Shows "Axes Arrow-Points Pottery," "Arrow Heads Axes Pottery," soapstone quarries, forts, etc. Title devised by cataloger. LC copies laminated and mounted on cloth backing. Copy 2 also missing upper right corne... more

Cincinnati, Ohio, Rookwood pottery

Cincinnati, Ohio, Rookwood pottery

Title from jacket. "G 5850" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 039032. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinnati, Ohio

Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017354. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Photograph shows potter at work and rows of finished pots. H63269 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. No. 20647. Copyright 1905 by B.L. Singley.

Mt. Clemens, Mich. pottery co.

Mt. Clemens, Mich. pottery co.

Title from jacket. Possibly related to negatives D420-2864, D420-2200, and D420-3064. "K2200 set IV B.E. 138" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 2200 C. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Pot clay kneaded with bare feet

Pot clay kneaded with bare feet

Title from jacket. Possibly related to negatives D420-2200, D420-2864, and D420-3064. Numbers on negative: K 2864, 35107. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

No machine-made pots are equal to handmade

No machine-made pots are equal to handmade

Title from jacket. Probably related to negatives D420-2200, D420-2864, and D420-3064. Detroit Publishing Co. nos. 10099, 35104, K 3064. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ

Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer ...

Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, Pickens, Pickens County, SC

Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp, Dining Hall, Intersection of Routes 178 & 199, ...

Significance: The dining hall of the Rocky Bottom 4-H Camp is significant because it is the only original structure left of the first permanent county 4-H Camp built in South Carolina and in the nation, and is ... more