• We often travel on our own time and own dime. When we receive complimentary products, services, or accommodations as a result of our blogging activities, we will disclose that at the time we write about it. Midwest Guest is a member of ad affiliate programs and networks. If you click through the affiliate links or ads from here and purchase something from one of our affiliate partners, we receive a small commission. This income helps us pay for our blogging expenses and Midwest travel.


  • Thumbs up!

  • View Dominique King's profile on LinkedIn


  • Travel Blog Sites - Site of the Day
    As chosen by TravelPod
    the web’s original travel blog

« Historic King bridges at Detroit's Belle Isle | Main | Check out the World's Largest Teapot in Chester, West Virginia »

August 09, 2011


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Karen Shivers

Great site great product

Elizabeth Riley

My grandmother worked at Homer Laughlin from the time she was 16 years old until she was 60. They had no benefits then so she walked out of there with her last pay check. Hard to believe it is still going. I was born in Newell, West Virginia in 1939 so my grandmother was probably working there then. I used to check the bottom of dishes for years and found lots all over with the Homer Laughlin name on them. Small world.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by Elizabeth. It is amazing to see how many Laughlin dishes make it out all over. Wish your grandmother had better memories of working there...

The comments to this entry are closed.

Become a Fan

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter
    Blog powered by Typepad