A newly-discovered American ceramic treasure, the Anna Pottery Liberty Monument is one of the most artistically expressive and racially progressive stoneware objects in existence. Made in the wake of the tragic 1873 Colfax Massacre in Louisiana, it communicates the Kirkpatrick brothers’ outrage at the treatment of Reconstruction-era African Americans. This masterwork is being sold as part of our Summer 2021 auction of American stoneware & redware pottery. https://www.crockerfarm.com
[Journal] American Ceramic Circle Newsletter. American Ceramic Circle. Published: Fall, 2021 issue, Recent Acquisitions section, Leslie B. Grigsby, “Winterthur Museum, Library & Garden,” pp. 28.
[Electronic] Crocker Farm Auctions. Crocker Farm, Inc. http://www.crockerfarm.com. Sold at auction: Summer 2021 sale, lot 2. For extensive details, see https://www.crockerfarm.com/stoneware-auction/2021-08-06/lot-2/The-Anna-Pottery-Liberty-Monument-1873/.
[Electronic] Hinckle, Amanda. 2018 Celebrating a Milestone: A Lithograph Honoring the Fifteenth Amendment. Winterthur 09/07/2021 http://museumblog.winterthur.org/2018/03/15/celebrating-a-milestone-a-lithograph-honoring-the-fifteenth-amendment/.