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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 (Continued)
No.            SUBJECT
50    Sgraffito Pie Plate
51
52
53
54       "    Shaving Basin
55    Slip-Traced Dish
56    Slip Sugar Bowl
57    Sgraffito Pie Plate
58    Slip Flower Vase
59    Puzzle Mug
60    Potter's Mark
61    Sgraffito Pie Plate
62       "    Jars
63    Potter's Mark
64    fardiniere
69    Sgraffito Pie Plate
66       "    Dish
67    Portrait, David Hating
68    Tobacco Jar
69    Pottery Toys
70    Slip Pie Plate
72       " " Dish
73    Sgraffito Pie Plate
74
75
76
77
78    Deer Motive
79    Slip-Traced Dish
so
82     "    "      "
83    Barber's Basin
84    Sgraffito Pie Plate
85             1  1
86        "   Dish
87        "   Mug
88       "    Platter
89       "    jar
90    Slip Pie Plate
91        Cups
92        Jars
93    Potter's Tools (" Ribs ")
91       "     "   (" Coggles ")
DATE
c. 1810
c. 18io
1 814
1826
c. 1830
1847
c. 1B30
r808o
1849
1809
c. 1830
1831
c. 1830
1811
1828
1826
1823
i801-i871
c. 1840
18oo-1840
c. 1838
c. 1838
1838
1828
c. r830
c. 1830
1804
c. 1830
18,4
1769
c. 1796
c. 1796
1801
1733
1786
'793
1789
1826
C. T830
c. 1830
c. 1800
c. 1800
c. 1800
c. 1800
MAKER                  WHERE CUT FIRST APPEARED
Johannes Neesz    " Pottery and Porcelain of the United States''
"............... ....... .............. ............... ............................
"  " House arrd Garden," Philadelphia
Joh n  N ase    .........................................  ......................................
Pottery and Porcelain of the United States "
"....... I..........  .......................................  ....  ..................
Andrew Headman     'House and Garden," Philadelphia
Charles Headman    " Pottery and Porcelain of the United States"
Philip Kline        "           "        "
Jacob Scholl    "China. Glass and Pottery Review," New York
Pottery and Porcelain of the United States"
Henry Roudebuth    "China, Glass and Pottery Review," New York
Samuel Troxel    " House and Garden," Philadelphia
"  "Popular Science Monthly," New York
"     ..6 ................  ................................... ........................
" Glass and Pottery WVorld," Chicago
David Haring
Penn'a-German
Benjamin Bergey   " Pottery and Porcelain of the United States"
" Ceramic Monthly," Chicago
"Old China," Syracuse
Abraham Weaver     " Glass and Pottery World," Chicago
FriedrichHildebrand " House and Garden," Philadelphia
"1         "Glass and Pottery World.'" Chicago
Penn'a-German     "Clay Worker," Indianapolis
" Glass and Pottery World," Chicago
Johannes  N eesz  ......................................... ..  ....................................
Penn'a-G erm an   ......  ..........................................................................
"..... ............. ...................................................****......
" Old China," Syracuse
" German Immigration into Pennsylvania"    (By
Diffenderifer. Courtesy of Dr. Julius F. Sachse)
" Clay Worker," Indianapolis
" House and Garden," Philadelphia
"Clay Worker," Indianapolis
.........................** * * * ......... ..* * * * * * * --............... .. . . . . . .
C onnecticut         ......................................................................
Morgantown, W. Va. "'Smithsonian Report," 1899
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