LINCOLN LAND DEPRESSION ERA GLASS & POTTERY CLUB
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS



OUR HISTORY



The Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass & Pottery Club was formed circa 1972 in Springfield, Illinois, with its first show & sale being held in 1976 in New Berlin, Illinois.


Since that first year the show has been held in Springfield, Illinois. In 2014 the Club will hold it's 40th annual show & sale in the Illinois Building at the Illinois State Fairgrounds located on Sangamon Avenue at 9th Street.


The theme for this year will be "Our Favorite Things".


American-made glass and pottery are featured. This includes the elegant glass as well as machine-made glass from the late 1920's through the 1970's.











​COME  AND  JOIN  THE  FUN .    WE  MEET  AT  THE  PUBLIC  LIBRARY   AT  7TH  AND  CAPITOL  ON  THE  FIRST  MONDAY  OF   THE  MONTH

(EXCEPT  FOR   JUNE  AND  DECEMBER)  AT  6:00  P.M.  UNTIL  8:00  P.M.   WE  ENJOY  PROGRAMS  ON   GLASS  AS   WELL  AS   MANY 

​​OTHER  TOPICS OF INTEREST.  YOU  ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.  SEE OUR INVITATION PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​