Art and Reform

Un libro in lingua di Nonie Gadsden edito da Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 2007

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In 1899, local reformers organized a club known as the Saturday Evening Girls (SEG) to provide cultural activities for young Italian and Jewish immigrants of Boston's North End. This narrative describes how the group began creating the original "Paul Revere" pottery that was ultimately sold in department stores in cities throughout the Eastern U.S. Some 50 color photographs of these highly collectible ceramics accompany the text. Gadsden is a curator for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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