NDPCS ROAD SHOW
The North Dakota Pottery Collectors Society has developed a
program called the “NDPCS Pottery Road Show”. The program provides
historical and general information about the major producers of the types of
pottery made from North Dakota clay. The program includes a slide
presentation, a possible display of ND pottery types, and an identification
session. The one to three hour program format would be presented by volunteer
The NDPCS invites your organization to consider scheduling
and hosting the Pottery “Road Show” in your community. Details and
information about scheduling the event, location and facilitator will be worked
out on an individual basis. Further details may be obtained from Quent Christman,
941 Oxbow Court, Grand Forks, ND 58203, 701-775-3265.
Bob Barr, Quent Christman, and Arley
pottery at a Road Show held in Wahpeton, ND.
Upcoming NDPCS Road Shows
Shows will be posted as they are scheduled.
NDPCS Pottery Road Show Towner County Historical Society,
Egeland, ND 7-14-13
by Quent Christman
The NDPCS Pottery “Road Show” was hosted by the Towner County Historical
Society and conducted by Quent Christman at 2 PM on Sunday, July 14, 2013.
Sixteen individuals attended the presentation. Pottery items were
identified and evaluated. UND Pottery by Forster, Rosemeade Price Guide by
Bakken, and Beautiful Rosemeade by Harms books were given as door prizes.
The Historical Society displayed their acquisition of two Messer Elevator
sets with Arndt Grain Co. and Bisbee Grain Co. advertising. The Messer items
were obtained with a NDPCS Endowment received in 2009.
NDPCS Pottery Road Show Northeast North Dakota Heritage Association at
Heritage Center, Icelandic Park, North Dakota
by Quentin Christman
The NDPCS Pottery “Road Show” was hosted by the Northeast North Dakota
Heritage Association at the Pioneer Heritage Center, Icelandic Park at 2 PM
on Sunday, September 22, 2013 with Quent Christman serving as the
facilitator. 16 individuals attended the “Road Show” presentation.
Five individuals brought numerous pottery items in for identification and
evaluation. The items included UND, WPA, Rosemeade, and North Dakota
Four NDPCS memberships and a $150 honorarium were received. Two books each
of “UND Pottery” by Forster and “Beautiful Rosemeade”
by Harms were given as door prizes. A book “UND Pottery” by Forster was
donated to the Heritage Library.