In an email, William Curry, one of our readers, stated:
I would like to thank whoever is responsible for putting up all the great information about ELO’s history. I just worked up a post for my genealogy blog about my grandfather, William “Jack” Curry who was the founder of Adament Porcelain and American Porcelain. The maps and photos on the West End were invaluable in helping me understand the geographic aspects of his professional life as was Calhoun’s history of Ohio River potteries.
Since my parents were both ELO born, my blog will spend a lot of time on subjects relating to the town. If you’d like to take a look, you can visit William here:
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