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Topic: pottery

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Potter building her kiln

Potter building her kiln

Photograph shows Tewa Hopi potter Nampeyo building a kiln.

By the canal--Maricopa

By the canal--Maricopa

Photograph shows a Maricopa woman sitting on the bank of a canal, holding a clay pot.

The Mohave potter

The Mohave potter

Old woman with rabbit skin blanket around shoulders, painting design on piece of pottery with yucca stem brush, Arizona.

Ka Deh U Peh Deh

Ka Deh U Peh Deh

Photograph showing a Pueblo Indian woman working with pottery.

The girl with the olla

The girl with the olla

Photograph showing a young Isleta woman standing with a ceramic pot.

The pottery vendor

The pottery vendor

Photograph showing a woman with a ceramic pot.

Seller of water bottles, Mexico City, Mexico

Seller of water bottles, Mexico City, Mexico

Man carrying load of pottery jars(?) on his back.

A drying platform of the Zunis

A drying platform of the Zunis

Photograph shows Zuni women making pottery beneath a drying platform composed of tree trunks and limbs forming the framework and flooring, on which is placed tall plants and corn, in an exhibition display of th... more

Indians selling pottery at Santa Fe R.R. station, Albuquerque, N. Mex.

Indians selling pottery at Santa Fe R.R. station, Albuquerque, N. Mex.

Stereograph showing three Indian women with children selling pottery on street outside of railroad station; man with camera buying small trinket from woman.

Glasgow House, 1 Main Street, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Glasgow House, 1 Main Street, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Photograph shows Ellen Glasgow's collection of old English porcelain and pottery dogs.

Glasgow House, 1 Main Street, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Glasgow House, 1 Main Street, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia

Photograph shows Ellen Glasgow's collection of old English porcelain and pottery dogs.

Free summer art classes for children Drawing and painting, metal craft - sculpture, pottery - lithography : Queensboro Community Art Center.

Free summer art classes for children Drawing and painting, metal craft...

Poster announcing free art classes for children at the Queensboro Community Art Center, 136-76 Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, New York, showing children painting and making pottery.

Federal Art Project summer program Offers sculpture, pottery, woodcarving, modeling, crafts, painting : Free classes in each of the 5 boroughs in New York City.

Federal Art Project summer program Offers sculpture, pottery, woodcarv...

Poster for Federal Art Project announcing free summer art courses.

Rural Pennsylvania Colonial Pennsylvania exists to-day in many churches, costumes, crafts of the German Sectarians / / Milhous.
Craft school Pottery, modeling, weaving, painting, drawing, woodcarving, sewing, needlework, metalwork, photography / / jr [monogram].

Craft school Pottery, modeling, weaving, painting, drawing, woodcarvin...

Poster for WPA Federal Art Project sponsored art and craft classes offered at the Henry Street Settlement, 265 Henry Street, New York City.

Hull-House community workshop Register now : Free classes in painting, sculpture, pottery, weaving, poster art / / Beard.

Hull-House community workshop Register now : Free classes in painting,...

Poster for arts classes at Hull House, showing a budding plant, a sculpture of a bird, and an artist's palette.

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