New book alert:Baltimore Pike Cemetery, 1853-2010. See "Burial Records" category below.
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Maria Longworth Storer was an artist and skilled ceramic painter born into a wealthy Cincinnati family. In 1880 she opened her own business, Rookwood Pottery, employing both men and women to create unique ceramic pieces. In 1889 Maria's company received the First Prize Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle. This recognition forever changed how the international community viewed American art. Rookwood pottery remains highly prized by collectors.