Daniel Rhodes

ceramic, circa 1940

Donated to the University in Spring 2002 from Joseph I. & Margaret (Gentle) Hall
O.C.E. Class of 1941.

Daniel Rhodes is the author of Clay and glazes for the potter, New York, Greenberg [1957], (a definitive source for ceramicists.)

This work is currently not on exhibit in the library and is stored in the University Archives. It can viewed by appointment with the Archivist.

Rhodes, Daniel

In a letter from Joseph Hall, he describes how this piece came into their possession.

"The piece is one of Rhodes' earlier works and come into our possession through an intermediary.  When I was a teaching fellow at Harvard in 1945 one of my fellow students in the doctoral program was Mildred M Landis who also taught a course in ceramics in which my wife was enrolled.  ...We kept in touch and twenty years ago she gave us the Rhodes piece as a gift.

Dr. Landis had received the piece from Daniel Rhodes when he was teaching at Alfred University and Dr. Landis was a mature student there.  I do recall that she had the piece in her apartment in Cambridge."


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