North Dakota Pottery Collectors Society




You are invited to become a member of the North Dakota Pottery Collectors Society. The Society was formed to create and promote a genuine and continued interest in this valuable product that was produced in North Dakota, made from North Dakota clay and completed with North Dakota labor.

The purpose of the Society is to expand and create an interest in collecting these wares by individuals throughout the United States. Through sharing our findings, experiences and knowledge, we can all become better acquainted with one another and the products of  Rosemeade, UND, Dickota, WPA, Messer, etc. No records have been found listing all the items that were produced. As someone adds a unique find to their collection and shares it with others, our knowledge grows.

An annual convention is held the second weekend in June. The 2017 Convention will be held June 9-11 in Minot, ND. 

The NDPCS offers endowments to qualified non-profit organizations.

The cost of membership is $30 per person per calendar year and must be renewed by February 1 to remain active.  Each paid member will receive the NDPCS newsletter and is entitled to order an NDPCS commemorative and consign/sell items in the annual NDPCS auction. 



Please print this application and fill in the information
Mail it and the membership fee of $30 to:

Linda Fiedler
4402 4th Street S.
Moorhead, MN 56560

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Collecting Interests (types of ND pottery that interest you)
Checks should be written to NDPCS


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Last modified: 09-09-17