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Mrs. Janka McClatchey Heads Potters Guild

Mrs. Janka McClatchey Heads Potters Guild image
Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
June
Year
1961
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Six Local Potters Showing Works

Six Local Potters Showing Works image
Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
October
Year
1965
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McMahon To Head City Potter's Guild

McMahon To Head City Potter's Guild image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
June
Year
1964
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Elaine Wolf Grinds Herbs And Spices, May 1965

Elaine Wolf Grinds Herbs And Spices, May 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1965
Caption
Freshly ground herbs and spices are the secret ingredients in many of Mrs. James M. Wolf's Mexican dishes. Mrs. Wolf grows her own herbs and spices, dries them and grinds them in a mortar and pestle she brought back from one of her many trips to Mexico. A row of chili peppers dries along the top of her kitchen window to be ground later for her dishes. Above her spice shelf are several of her pots. Mrs. Wolf has been a potter for over six years and is currently director of the Potter's Guild. Her house on Melrose Avenue reflects the influence of old Mexico, where the family spends as much time as possible.

Preparing For Potters Guild Sale, June 1970

Preparing For Potters Guild Sale, June 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1970
Caption
Preparing For Sunday Event. Checking items just removed from the kiln in preparation for the annual spring sale Sunday of the Ann Arbor Potters' Guild are Mrs. Robert B. Jaffe (left), vice president, and Mrs. James M. Wolf, kiln chairman. The sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 201 Hill St. (News Photo by Chief Photographer Eck Stanger)

Potters Guild Annual Outdoor Sale, June 1964

Potters Guild Annual Outdoor Sale, June 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1964
Caption
The Ann Arbor Potter's Guild is hoping for fair skies tomorrow when it stages its annual outdoor sale at the guild headquarters, 201 Hill. Setting up the displays are (from left) local potters Ellie Shappirio, Judy Reynolds, Maria Dickerman and (background) Elaine Wolf (on ladder) and Pauline Elliott.