THE USE OF AMERICAN RAW MATERIALS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF WHITE WARE POTTERY1

A. V. Bleininger, W. W. McDanei
1920 Journal of The American Ceramic Society  
At one time during the war the curtailment of shipments of kaolin and ball clay from England was seriously considered by the War Industries Board. This a t once brought up the question as to whether satisfactory white ware pottery could be manufactured from domestic clays, it being understood, of course, that American feldspar and flint are already being used. Upon discussing this matter with Mr. Marcus Aaron, president of the United States Potters' Association, in April, 1918, it was suggested
more » ... 8, it was suggested that a test be conducted consisting in preparing a series of bodies and making them into pottery under commercial condiball clay %
doi:10.1111/j.1151-2916.1920.tb17271.x fatcat:ilfmtxv5wng65eitn6zi6kdpvq