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A must for every Dryden pottery enthusiast and art pottery collector. The first and only biography of A. James Dryden, resourceful and energetic founder of the Pottery, is also a history of his enterprise first in Ellsworth, Kansas, (1946-56) and then in Hot Springs, Arkansas (1956-present), and a catalog of his products. The extensive catalog printed in black and white is A must for every Dryden pottery enthusiast and art pottery collector. The first and only biography of A. James Dryden, resourceful and energetic founder of the Pottery, is also a history of his enterprise first in Ellsworth, Kansas, (1946-56) and then in Hot Springs, Arkansas (1956-present), and a catalog of his products. The extensive catalog printed in black and white is repeated in full high resolution color on the included CD-ROM. The book, containing nearly 1000 images, is based on numerous interviews with Dryden, his family members, and former employees. Catalog photographs taken by the authors include pottery pieces held in many private collections. A comprehensive bibliography, index, and price guide follow the catalog.


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A must for every Dryden pottery enthusiast and art pottery collector. The first and only biography of A. James Dryden, resourceful and energetic founder of the Pottery, is also a history of his enterprise first in Ellsworth, Kansas, (1946-56) and then in Hot Springs, Arkansas (1956-present), and a catalog of his products. The extensive catalog printed in black and white is A must for every Dryden pottery enthusiast and art pottery collector. The first and only biography of A. James Dryden, resourceful and energetic founder of the Pottery, is also a history of his enterprise first in Ellsworth, Kansas, (1946-56) and then in Hot Springs, Arkansas (1956-present), and a catalog of his products. The extensive catalog printed in black and white is repeated in full high resolution color on the included CD-ROM. The book, containing nearly 1000 images, is based on numerous interviews with Dryden, his family members, and former employees. Catalog photographs taken by the authors include pottery pieces held in many private collections. A comprehensive bibliography, index, and price guide follow the catalog.

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