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Newsletter 100 - Dec 1995
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|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|