Roseville, Ohio
Pottery Worker’s Registry

Honoring The Pottery Workers of Roseville, Ohio

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The Roseville Ohio Pottery Worker’s Registry was established to compile the names of the men and women who worked in the potteries in or near Roseville, Ohio. 

The registry recognizes each worker, by name, and honors their contribution in making the potteries a success from the earliest days in Roseville, Ohio (1838 – present).  


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Help Us Share History

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Our registry is an ongoing project that is only going to grow as research continues.  

If you know of a pottery worker who is not included in this registry, please consider sharing their story with us.

Pottery Workers Registration Form

Roseville Ohio Pottery Workers Registry List.csv

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Digital Collections

A growing digital collection of objects, records, genealogical materials, maps, paintings, prints, postcards, uniforms, and photographs.

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James L. Murphy Research Library

Photo Credit: Chris Crook
Houses a wide variety of objects, including genealogical materials, maps, paintings, prints, postcards, uniforms, and photographs as well as an archive of the Roseville Historical Society’s newsletter, The Roseville Legend

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Directory of Roseville Ohio’s Pottery Companies

Starting in 2022, the Roseville Historical Society established a working group to research the various potteries that once operated in Roseville. You can browse and search the results of this ongoing research here in our interactive directory.

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Two Ways To Donate

You can donate to the Roseville Historical Society online or by check.

Onlinepaypal.me/RosevilleOhio

By Check
Mail a check made out to The Roseville Historical Society and send it to:

Roseville Historical Society
P.O. Box 14
Roseville, OH 43777