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Newsletter 100 - Dec 1995

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme, Exhibition, Subscriptions, a Correction
2 Editorial and new Editors
3 Genesis and Revelations Terence Lockett (President)
5 Whither the Society? Roger Pomfret (Chairman)
6 Reminiscences Anthony Thomas (Treasurer)
7 A Herculaneum Photo Archive at Liverpool Myra Brown
8 Factory Z - clarification or complications! Geoffrey A Godden
8 The End of Two Eras Geoffrey A Godden
10 Hermitage in Whitely Wood - a source Blanka & Ukrich Linnemann
11 Factory Z Jugs, a Review Trevor Markin and Gill Wight
12 The Allen Gallery, Alton Margaret Macfarlane
14 A Cooee pot and other Echoes of Staffordshire Mike Macphail
21 James Brannam and a Minor Mystery Patrick Brannam
26 Edge Mouldings, Clews? Keith & Maggie Farmer, John Harbold
29 Hicks, Meigh & Johnson Margaret Ironside
32 Hicks, Meigh & Johnson Austin Wragg
34 Samuel Hollins of Shelton Olive Talbot
36 More examples from Samuel Hollins Harold Blakey & others
38 T J or T & J Hollins? Harold Blakey
39 English Earthenware made in Belgium John Cockerill
46 A Greatbatch in Valparaiso Helen Phillips
50 Josiah Wedgwood and the Slave Trade L A Compton (Comp)
69 A Correction - Wolfe & Hamilton accounts
70 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
71 The Chamberlain Dessert Service - progress John Harbold
75 The Regency Minton Jigsaw Gina Langford
76 Regency Minton porcelain marking Duncan Langford
77 Hilditch Cups with Wavy Edges Maggie & Keith Farmer
79 Help Given and Help Wanted: Villeroy & Boch jug
79 Mason Pattern Books Peter Stovin
80 Help Given and Help Wanted: More about Leake and the Dixon family
80 Help Given and Help Wanted: shell handle terminal
80 Help Given and Help Wanted: green glaze teapot
81 Early Chinoiserie Printed Pottery Renard Broughton
91 Diary
92 Books