"Little Wash" and His Big Crock

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Title: "Little Wash" and His Big Crock
Creators: Murphy, James L., 1941-
Keywords: George Washington Brown (1824-1900)
George Washington Brown (1842-1912)
Stoneware Manufacturing (Roseville, Ohio)
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Roseville Historical Society
Citation: James L. Murphy, "Little Wash' and His Big Crock," The Roseville Legend 13, no. 4 (Fall, 2011): 1, 6.
Abstract: A poorly stenciled 20 gallon crock is the only known piece of stoneware attributable to George Washington Brown (1842-1912), of Roseville, Ohio. Brown was known as "Little Wash," to distinguish him from his uncle, George Washington Brown (1824-1900), a prominent Roseville entrepreneur. The history of the pottery and destruction of the site is described.
ISSN: 1524-5632
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/50049
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