|Title:||Baudour Porcelain records|
|Creator:||Manufacture de porcelaine de Baudour|
|Size:||1 box (.25 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Binder containing company history, information, price sheets, and photographs of La Manufacture Nationale de Porcelained de Baudour (the Belgian porcelain manufacturer Baudour). All material is undated, but appears to be from the mid to late 20th Century. Contained in the binder is a business card of Rex Eugene Pingle, International Assistant at the First National Bank of Maryland.|
|Citation:||Baudour Porcelain records, Collection 162, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Engineer Francois DeClercq established the first Baudour porcelain factory in Belgium in 1842. In 1880 the French government awarded the company to the Fuisseaux family. It changed hands numerous times until 1977, when NGK was invited to join Baudour.
Source name, date of acquisition, and details of how the records were received are unknown.
Records were retained in their original binder and sleeves. Previously assigned Ms. Coll #16.
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