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Walter and Dorothy Auman legacy

Quincy J. Scarborough

Walter and Dorothy Auman legacy

by Quincy J. Scarborough

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Published by Q. Scarborough Companies in Fayetteville, N.C .
Written in English

  • North Carolina,
  • Seagrove
    • Subjects:
    • Auman, Dorothy Cole, 1925-1991.,
    • Auman, Walter Snoten, 1926-1991.,
    • Seagrove Pottery -- History.,
    • Potters -- North Carolina -- Biography.,
    • Pottery, American -- North Carolina -- Seagrove -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSeagrove Pottery.
      StatementQuincy Scarborough, Robert Armfield.
      ContributionsAuman, Walter Snoten, 1926-1991., Auman, Dorothy Cole, 1925-1991., Armfield, Robert.
      LC ClassificationsNK4210.S43 S25 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 104 p. :
      Number of Pages104
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1747262M
      LC Control Number92061687

      A Celebration of Life service will be at 10am on Saturday, Septem in Auman's Inc. Funeral Home, W. Neversink Rd., Reading, PA Jeanne will be laid to rest with Bill in Forest Hills Memorial Park, Reading. Walter Silverman Brighton - On July 31st, , our treasured husband and father, Walter Silverman passed away at age He was well known for being the owner of Carvel in Irondequoit from

      Mr. Armfield worked with Dorothy and Walter Auman (The Seagrove Pottery), co-authoring a book on their legacy, and he opened Oakland Pottery in No chips, cracks, or crazing. This is a handmade piece of pottery, and there are some imperfections in the finish. See photos for details. I will pack your item carefully! Thanks for visiting my site!Seller Rating: % positive. The Walter and Dorothy Auman Legacy. Fayetteville, North Carolina: The Quincy Scarborough Companies, pp. Paperback. $, discounts for quantity purchases. Order direct from authors Quincy Scarborough and Robert Armfield, Post Office Fayetteville, NC () or () No ISBN, Library.

        Dear sister of the following deceased: Florence Kwiatkowski (Walter), Irene Lefkowski (Edward), Harry, Edward and Edwin Kruzel (Jeanette). Also survived by nieces, nephews and many dear friends. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN or The Upside of. A Dorothy and Walter Auman Seagrove plate, North Carolina art pottery, colorful polychrome decorated plate depicting a turner's hands and building; image credit on full record. Find Current Values for your Antiques! Art Pottery; Seagrove (Dorothy & Walter Auman), Plate, Building & Turners Hands, 12 inch.

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Get this from a library. The Walter and Dorothy Auman legacy. [Quincy J Scarborough; Walter Snoten Auman; Dorothy Cole Auman; Robert Armfield] -- This is the story of Dorothy and Walter Auman, Seagrove potters who were killed in a tragic traffic accident.

They produced and paid for a brochure detailing the pottery and were unselfish. The Walter and Dorothy Auman legacy Unknown Binding – January 1, by Quincy J Scarborough (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

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Price New from Used from Author: Quincy Scarborough, Robert Armfield. Buy The Walter and Dorothy Auman legacy by Quincy J. Scarborough, Walter Snoten Auman, Dorothy Cole Auman, Robert Armfield online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.

Shop now. Dorothy and Walter Auman operated the Seagrove Pottery from to They were tragically killed in an automobile accident in October Dorothy was an eighth generation potter. Find Dorothy Auman's memorial at You can leave condolences in the Guest Book, buy sympathy flowers, and pay your respects.

Dorothy Auman was a potter, whose works won a North Carolina Heritage Award, infrom the North Carolina Arts Council. Life. Dorothy Cole Auman belonged to the eighth generation of a potter family: her father owned a pottery business but wasn't a potter himself, though her grandparents and cousin were avid potters.

Father: George Hadley AUMAN b: 19 Aug in Steeds, Montgomery Co., NC Mother: Maggie Margaret BEAN b: 26 Jan in Montgomery Co., NC Marriage 1 Dorothy Mae COLE b: 8 JUN ASHEBORO - Walter Snoten Auman, 65, of Seagrove died Thursday in Asheboro of injuries received in an automobile accident.

Funeral. He worked with the Aumans for seven years and is the co-author of “The Walter and Dorothy Auman Legacy.” InArmfield opened Oakland Pottery. He worked part-time out of his shop untilwhen he began producing pottery full-time.

Oakland Pottery appears in Nancy Sweezy's well-known book "Raised in Clay" (pages ). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. He co-authored “The Walter and Dorothy Auman Legacy.”The clay Armfield uses to make his pottery is all processed at Oakland Pottery.

All of the firing is done there as well. Walter and Dorothy Auman, Potters, Seagrove, NC. Season Episode | 28m 16s.

Volume 90%. Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard. Dorothy was a descendant of the Cole family which was comprised of a long line of potters. She and her husband Walter operated the Seagrove Pottery in Seagrove, North Carolina.

They worked together to create beautiful utilitarian ware such as this bowl. Dorothy was the turner and her husband prepared the clay, mixed the glazes and burned the kiln.

Up for auction from my private collection are a set of four NC Seagrove Pottery (Dorothy and Walter Auman) mugs that were given to me by Dorothy Auman in They are a. Armfield is known for his traditional-style, salt-glazed pottery and his writing as the co-author of “The Walter and Dorothy Auman Legacy.” Williams chose sculpting as.

Dorothy M. Auman Dorothy M. Auman, 87, of Carlisle, PA passed away Thursday, Novem at Church of God Home, Carlisle. A Celebration of. Walter C. Hoke, Jr. 72 of Grantville entered into eternal rest on Saturday, Aug at his home with his wife by his side. He was born J in Harrisburg and was the loving son of.

Dorothy Auman was known as the expert on North Carolina pottery. She and her husband, Walter, had a comprehensive col-lection of North Carolina pottery and had opened the Seagrove Pottery Museum to display part of their collection. The porch swing on the covered patio beside her studio was a perfect place for discussions.

A special thank-you also must go to each of the potters who participated in the project, but especially to Walter and Dorothy Auman whose patience and encouragement were of immeasurable help to the project coordinator. Michelle A. Francis. Raleigh, North Carolina.

October Although misattributions have stifled research for more than half a century, scholars like Dorothy and Walter Auman (fig. 17) began to assemble information on non-Moravian potters during the s. Descendants of potting families from the Seagrove area, the Aumans knew that the ceramic history of North Carolina was far less monolithic than most.

DG Martin interviews basketball coaching legend Dean Smith about his book A Coach's Life. A look back at the life & legacy of UNC Coach Dean Smith. Dorothy and Walter Auman discuss the art.Auman, Dorothy and Walter (DorothyWalter - ) Seagrove Area. R NC A Auman, Ida King ( -) The Families Descending From Peter King.

R NC King w/Roberta A. Edmonds and J. Edward King. Auman, William Thomas ( ) The Diary of Mary Elizabeth Auman: Seagrove, North Carolina – Front Cover: Jacon B.

Cole stoking his groundhog kiln, Montgomery County, NC, USA, ca Photograph courtesy of Charles Zug. From the collection of the late Walter and Dorothy Auman.