Pottery not out of the fire

Delaney, Arthur
May 2007
Hill;5/23/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 62, p36
The article reports on the impact of the fire that had spared the Eastern Market Pottery Studio to the pottery owners in the U.S. While ceramic crowd were given a chance to remove items they wanted to keep, Chuck Brome, pottery manager expressed his worries regarding their situation. The slowing growth of pottery and the government's lack of attention somehow put their livelihood in danger, he added.


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