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Saturday Evening Girls Pottery

Saturday Evening Girls, or SEG, pottery provides one of the most compelling examples of American industriousness at the turn of the 20th century. It was essentially a club created as part of Boston's Paul Revere Pottery, a facility established to help train young women of less affluent means in the art of ceramics. Their production yielded some of the most acclaimed pottery pieces of the era.

Emerging in Boston's North End in 1899, the Saturday Evening Girls first met as a reading club for young immigrant women. Its rapid success, however, meant the offerings soon expanded to encompass everything from folk dancing to etiquette lessons. By the early years of the 20th century, the number of women involved in the program led one of the directors, librarian Edith Guerrier, to propose the... Read more

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