||Jugtown Pottery 1917-2017' tells the entire story of the founding and success of his and Juliana Royster Busbee?s remarkable folkcraft enterprise. Fully illustrated with numerous black-and-white and color photographs of the place, the people who made pottery there, and the pottery produced by them, the book tells how the Busbees convinced a few of rural Moore County's old-time utilitarian potters to make new-fangled wares for them to sell in Juliana's Greenwich Village tea room and shop. Following New Yorkers' wild acceptance of their primitive-looking and alluring pottery offerings, the Busbees built their own workshop and employed their own potters for pottery-making in out-of-the-way Moore County, and called it Jugtown. The shop's success spurred the creation and advancement of dozens more art potteries in the region with now well-known names like J. B. Cole Pottery, North State Pottery, A. R. Cole Pottery, and Auman Pottery. Today, nearly one hundred potters make and sell their wares within a few miles of Jugtown, all because a hundred years ago, the Busbees and their Jugtown potters found a new way to make old jugs.