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coops in brooklyn

updated sat 31 may 97


Bill Amsterlaw on tue 27 may 97

Hi Ashley:

You wrote:
I've just started throwing and will be spending the summer in Brooklyn. I'm
looking for a co-op where I could continue with pottery and possibly take a
few lessons.

You might ask at the Jack D. Wolfe Company, a clay supplier located in
Brooklyn. They should be able to give you the names of local co-ops who have
bought materials and supplies from them.

Jack D. Wolve Co.
2130 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233

- Bill Amsterlaw (
Plattsburgh, NY