Papers, 1921-1945.


Papers, 1921-1945.

The collection includes a booklet about making pottery from North Dakota clay, Post-War Ceramic Opportunities in North Dakota (an article about the benefits of North Dakota pottery), assorted newspaper clippings, and The Development of Ceramic Work at the University of North Dakota by Margaret Kelly Cable. The addition to the collection is a speech by Anna M. Miller about the history, components and process of making of pottery. Anna was a student of Margaret Kelly Cable.

Three folders (1 box)

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Cable, Margaret Kelly (person)

Margaret Kelly Cable was born (March 1, 1884) and raised in Minnesota. After realizing that she would be unable to attend college for economic reasons, she decided to apprentice at the Guild of Handicrafts in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After two years of studying and two years of teaching she accepted a position in the Ceramics Department at University of North Dakota in 1910 to teach pottery. She continued to educate herself in pottery by attending several sessions of summer schools and visiting d...