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|4||Annual General Meeting - Minutes|
|10||Reports of Meetings|
|12||Stafford Pottery Exhibition - Summer 2001|
|13||Snippets of Interest|
|16||"Fired Earth" - Some Shards from Rawmarsh||John D. Griffin|
|21||The History of the West Cumberland Potteries||Florence Sibson|
|23||Will the Real Artist Please Stand Up!||Bill Saks|
|25||An Italian Engraving on Yorkshire Pots?||Jennifer M. Moody|
|28||If Not Ridgway, Then What?||John Harbold|
|30||The Ester Saul Teapot||Florence Sibson|
|31||An Anti-Slavery Cup||Peter Hyland|
|32||Tea-Party in the North-East||John & Joyce Cockerill|
|36||Whence the Breakfast cup? - Progress Report||Murray Pollinger|
|38||Cup Shapes - "Yellow Shell" Pattern||Margaret Ironside|
|40||Help Given, Help Wanted: - An Early "Japan" Pattern Coffee Cup|
|41||Help Given, Help Wanted: - Art Pottery - South Devon|
|41||Help Given, Help Wanted: - For an Attribution please|
|43||Potteries Jotteries No. 73||Rodney Hampson|
|45||Diary and Exhibitions|