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Salt Glazed Stoneware
Edwin Atlee Barber
Hodder & Stoughton, 1907
Antiques & Collectibles; Pottery & Ceramics; Antiques & Collectibles / Pottery & Ceramics; Crafts & Hobbies / Pottery & Ceramics
About the Author: Edwin Atlee Barber (1851 1916) served as curator and then director of the Pennsylvania Museum (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art). He had a particular interest in pottery, ceramics, and glassware and played an integral role in developing the collection held today at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, including a substantial collection of Pennsylvania German slipware.
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