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Sara Galner (United States, 1894 - 1982) , Paul Revere Pottery of the Saturday Evening Girls' Club (United States, Massachusetts, Boston, 1908 - 1942) Pitcher, 1914

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service - Women, Art, and Social Change: The Newcomb Pottery Enterprise

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Yogi Gift

Incense Burner TeePee that smokes, Ceramic Navy Blue and White, Native American Aztec Design, Stoneware Clay Pottery, Unique Namaste Gift by JessicaHicklin on Etsy:

Vase Mazie Teresa Ryan (United States, 1880-1946) Joseph Fortune Meyer (France, Alsace-Lorraine, active United States, 1848-1931) Newcomb College Pottery (United States, Louisiana, New Orleans, 1895-1940) United States, New Orleans, 1906 Furnishings; Accessories Earthenware

Paul Revere Pottery of the Saturday Evening Girls (1908–42), executed by Ida Goldstein (b. 1894), vase, Boston and Brighton, Mass., ca. 1911 – 1914 Earthenware. H. 8-3/4 in. Promised Gift of Robert A. Ellison Jr. L.2009.22.233. Photograph Robert A. Ellison Jr.