Date of Work
Pottery made from North Dakota clay was first displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Earle J. Babcock, Dean of College of Mining Engineering, was interested in promoting the properties of North Dakota clay. All the finished pieces, sewer pipe, paving brick, drain tiles, tableware, and decorative art pottery were made by potteries in Ohio, the J.B. Owen's Pottery Company and the Roseville Pottery Company.
Exposition; St. Louis; Missouri; St Louis World's Fair; Earle J. Babcock; Pottery; North Dakota Clay; Art; Decorative - Exhibitions; Pottery; Ceramics; Exhibitions; Exhibits; Pottery; American - Exhibitions; Fairs
North Dakota--Grand Forks; Saint Louis (Mo.)
Babcock, E. J. (Earle Jay), b. 1865
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota