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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 / Tulip ware of the Pennsylvania-German potters : an historical sketch of the art of slip-decoration in the United States
(1903)

[Contents] Contents,   pp. 5-8


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ILLUSTRATIONS
MAAKER
WHERE CUT FIRST APPEARED
Sgraffito Pie Plate
English Slip Dish
German Slip Ware
a     "1  Dish
French Sgraffito Dish
Tulip Motive
Potter's Tools
Three Quill Slip Cup
Slip-Traced Pottery
Single Quill Slip Cup
Sgraffito Pottery
Pottery Kiln
Duck Motive
Penn'a Museum Collection
Slip-Traced Dish
Sgraffito Dish
Sgraffito Pie Plate
Molded Dish
Fuchsia Motive
Tulip Motive
Peacock Motive
Horse Motive
Human Figures
Illuminated "Sampler"
Iron Stove Plate
Potter's Mark
Sgraffito Tea Caddy
Sgraffito Dish
Pie Plate
Dish
Slip-Traced Dish
Sgraflito Pie Plate
Pie Plates
Plate
Portrait, Johannes Neesz
Sgraffito Pie Plate
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c. 1800      David Spinner      House and Garden," Philadelphia (Drawn by Miss Frontispiece
Anna M. Newbold, a pupil of the School of Indus-
trial Art of the Pennsylvania Museum)
VII cent.      Unknown         "Ceramic Monthly" Chicago                              33
VII cent.          "...................34
1826              "            House and Garden," Philadelphia                      35
VIII cent.       Entoine.     ...........    ............................................37
c. 1796      Penn'a-German     "Chilas Glass and Pottery Review" New York            41
111 cent.         "Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                                 48
New York "Sun"                                         53
769-1830                       " House and Garden," Philadelphia                     55
c. 1800                        " China, Glass and Pottery Review," New York
796-1830                       " House and Garden." Philadelphia 8
c. 1830            "" Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                              6o
1812      Johannes Neesz    ' China, Glass and Pottery Review,' New York           62
762-1849     Penn'a-German..         ......................................................... 63
c. 1825            "Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                                67
c. 1840            "Clay Worker, Indianapolis                                        69
1810                          Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                    71
c. 1830            "...................73
1794           1. T.           lass an  Pottery World," Chicago                    75
c. 1800      David Spinner..          .........................................................1
c. 1830      Penn'a-German         ........................................................... 83
c. 1825                  "      Glass and Pottery  'orld,' Chicago
1838      Benjamin Bergey         .......................................................... 87
c. 1800      David Spinner     " House and Garden," Philadelphia                     89
1804      Penn'a-German      New   'ork "Sun "                                     94
1763      Thomas Rutter      'Clay Worker," Indianapolis                           95
1799       Joseph Smith     ''China, Glass and Pottery Review," New York          108
1767             "...................109
1762             "Drawn by 'ernon Howe Bailey, a pupil of the School Color Plate
of Industrial Art of the Penn~sylvania Museumn   Opp. 110
1773                          German   Immigration   into  Pennsylvania'  (By      io
Diffenderffer. Courtesy of Dr. Julius F. Sachsel
1786      Georg Huibener      Glass ald Pottery World," Chicago
1789                            ay Worker," Indianapolis
179                         "Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                    1
1792G                                                                               6
1792       Rudolf Drach                                                           118
1796        John Leidy        Potter' and Porcelain of the United States"         119
1797             "               "            ""                                  120
"soGlass and Pottery World," Chicago                                       122
c. ]So      David Spinner      Clay Worker," Indianapolis                          128
c. 1800                        'lass and Pottery World," Chicago                     129
c. 1800            "              e
c. t~o    "             Kermic Studio.'' Syracuse                           130
c. 1800            "131
c. 1800            "31
c. I8o0                                                                             132
C. 1800            "133
c 1800             "Glass and Pottery World," Chicago                               133
c. 1800                         Clay Worker,' Indianapolis                           135
775-1867                         China, Glass and Pottery Review,' New York
1812      Johannes Neesz     "Ceramic Monthly," Chicago                           139
t8o9                         " House and Garden," Philadelphia                    141
C. I 8o5                 "     "Chins, Glass and Pottery Review," New York           143
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