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Pottery

Man at Pottery Wheel
Title: Man at Pottery Wheel
Type: Photograph
Date: 1936
Source: Goodhue County Historical Society

Description: Red Wing Potteries employed workers to make pots in the factories.
Workers in the Clay Pits
Title: Workers in the Clay Pits
Type: Photograph
Date: ca. 1915
Source: Goodhue County Historical Society

Description: Workers in the clay pits dug clay for the Red Wing Stoneware Company factories to use in making stoneware products.
Minnesota Stoneware Company Advertisement
Title: Minnesota Stoneware Company Advertisement
Type: Advertisement
Date: no date
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: The Minnesota Stoneware Company published ads in magazines to promote its products.
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Blueprints of the Minnesota Stoneware Company Factory
Title: Blueprints of the Minnesota Stoneware Company Factory
Type: Data
Date: no date
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: This blueprint was created by the Milwaukee Appraisal Company for insurance purposes.
Red Wing Sewer Pipe Information
Title: Red Wing Sewer Pipe Information
Type: Document
Date: 1912
Source: Minnesota Historical Society

Description: Red Wing Stoneware began making sewer pipe to sell to local communities. This pamphlet described the construction and benefits of using stoneware sewer pipe.
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Red Wing Stoneware Boarding Agreement
Title: Red Wing Stoneware Boarding Agreement
Type: Document
Date: 1898
Source: Goodhue County Historical Society

Description: This agreement was made with Louis Johnson to provide room and board for Red Wing Stoneware employees.
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