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dc.creatorMurphy, James L., 1941-
dc.identifier.citationJames L. Murphy, "Horatio Bodine's Crucible Cooking Ware," Contributions to Ohio Ceramic History 4. Grovetucky Press, Grove City, Ohio (2010).en_US
dc.description.abstractHoratio R. Bodine (1826-1883) was an enterprising Muskingum County, Ohio, potter with several patents to his credit. Two of his sons continued the potting tradition, George H. Bodine (1858-ca. 1905) and Greenbury W. Bodine (1863-1896). The family’s best known product was "Bodine’s Crucible Coffee Pot," manufactured in Zanesville from at least 1883 to 1890 by George H. Bodine. It is unclear whether Horatio R. Bodine produced these earlier or whether Greenbury Bodine continued their manufacture at his South Zanesville pottery after his brother turned to paving brick manufacture. Other examples of Bodine’s patented Crucible cooking ware are also described and illustrated.en_US
dc.publisherGrovetucky Pressen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesContributions to Ohio Ceramic History : No. 4en_US
dc.subjectBodine, Horatio R., 1826-1883en_US
dc.subjectBodine, George H., 1858-ca. 1905en_US
dc.subjectBodine, Greenbury W., 1863-1896en_US
dc.subjectBodine's Crucible Cooking Wareen_US
dc.subjectCooking Ware Manufacture (Zanesville, Ohio)en_US
dc.titleHoratio Bodine's Crucible Cooking Wareen_US
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