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Newsletter 1 - Sept 1972

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial Reginald Haggar
1 Talks arranged for the season 1972-3
2 The Lancaster Delftware Manufactory Elizabeth Adams
3 New books
3 Centenary (of William Moorcroft b.1872)
3 A Wedgwood Gallimaufry Reginald Haggar
5 Another Society (The Mason Collectors Club, newly formed)
5 Bomb Mortars (visitor's description of appearance of pottery kilns, now disappearing)
5 Industrial Museum (Gladstone Potworks, formation of a Trust)
5 Meetings
5 Receipts
6 A bit of Thomas Whieldon's fireplace in Manchester Michael Parkinson
6 From our Sale Room Correspondent Anthony Thomas
7 Obituary Mr. Geoffrey J..V. Bemrose
8 Keele seminar 1972 Elsie Blatch
8 Morley college ceramic seminar 1972