Pottery Kiln and House, Indianapolis IN: in those early days, handymen picked up the rudiments of many manual arts and crafts. Those who became skilled in pottery were kept busy manufacturing the many household items--crocks, jugs and bowls--essential for the needs of the housewives. Crockery supplemented the woodenware or few store pieces available, especially in areas where good clay was available. Being unglazed, however, the pieces soon were saturated with grease and when used for cooking were likely to take fire on the outside. (Note: Drawn on the back of a Railroad commission of Indiana letter, 17 February 1908.) Drawn by Christian Schrader

Chicago citation style
Pottery Kiln and House, Indianapolis IN: in those early days, handymen picked up the rudiments of many manual arts and crafts. Those who became skilled in pottery were kept busy manufacturing the many household items--crocks, jugs and bowls--essential for the needs of the housewives. Crockery supplemented the woodenware or few store pieces available, especially in areas where good clay was available. Being unglazed, however, the pieces soon were saturated with grease and when used for cooking were likely to take fire on the outside. (Note: Drawn on the back of a Railroad commission of Indiana letter, 17 February 1908.) Drawn by Christian Schrader. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6691. (Accessed July 19, 2018.)
APA citation style
Pottery Kiln and House, Indianapolis IN: in those early days, handymen picked up the rudiments of many manual arts and crafts. Those who became skilled in pottery were kept busy manufacturing the many household items--crocks, jugs and bowls--essential for the needs of the housewives. Crockery supplemented the woodenware or few store pieces available, especially in areas where good clay was available. Being unglazed, however, the pieces soon were saturated with grease and when used for cooking were likely to take fire on the outside. (Note: Drawn on the back of a Railroad commission of Indiana letter, 17 February 1908.) Drawn by Christian Schrader. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6691
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Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6691>.
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