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Newsletter 106 - June 1997
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|2||Editorial, Obituary and Scholarship Announcement|
|4||Yorkshire,Potteries: Some Personal Notes||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|15||Comments on an English Porcelain Assembled Part Tea and Coffee Service||Philip Miller|
|17||Enoch Wood - from a Seat in the Stalls||Philip Miller|
|19||John Voyez and Sam Greenwood||Florence Sibson|
|22||A Confusion of Croppers||Comp (L.A.Conipton)|
|28||Impressed Anchor Mark - Adams or Bridgwood?||Dr. G. A. Godden|
|32||More on the Attribution of Factory Z to Thomas Wolfe of Stoke-upon-Trent||Trevor Markin|
|34||Blowing Bottles in 1851||Rodney Hampson|
|36||A Further Greatbach Plate||Geoffrey Fisk|
|37||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Identification of Teapot|
|37||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Early 19th Century Exports of Earthenware|
|38||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Stoneware Caddy|
|38||Help Given, Help Wanted: - "Athenian" Mystery|
|39||Help Given, Help Wanted: -W(***)|
|40||Potteries Jotteries No. 64|
|44||Diary & Exhibitions|