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|3||Dr. Geoffrey A. Godden, D.Litt,FRSA||Terry Lockett|
|5||Introductory Letter - Programme Secretary||Lyn Hillis|
|6||Thank You||Terry Lockett|
|7||Obituary - Betty Reed||Philip Miller|
|8||Report of Keele University Summer School- 19-26 August 2000||Peter Hyland|
|11||Reports of Meetings|
|11||30th September 2000 : George Jones - A History of the Factory and its Wares||Robert Cluett|
|12||30th September 2000 : Early Netherlands Maiolica and the origin of English Tin Glazed Earthenware||John Black|
|15||"Hurra for the Railway"||Peter Hyland|
|24||More Breakfast Cups||Terry Ratherham|
|26||Guildhall Library, London - "Collage"||Harold Blakey|
|29||A New Form of 'Angel and Banner' Jug||John Harbold|
|36||A Ceramic Appraisal of an Archaeological Study of Coalport c.1796-1814||Roger Edmundson|
|40||Further Discussion on Potted Meat Pots:?- More on Potted Meat Pots||John Howell|
|41||Further Discussion on Potted Meat Pots:?- A Potted Meat Pot???||David Doxey|
|42||Ceramic Curiosities 1: Two Practice Pieces by 1860's Art Pottery Students?||Mike Macphail|
|44||An "Operatives Manufactory" Jug||Nicholas Clapton|
|45||A Black Basalt Obconical Shape Jug||Trevor Markin|
|46||A Factory X Teapot Stand||Terry Ratherham|
|48||Pot Washing at Stoke-on-Trent||Peter Hyland|
|50||Hilditch Dessert Ware, Group 'B'||June M. Owen|
|52||New Shapes Attributable to Hicks and Meigh||Margaret Ironside|
|54||The Dudson Museum||Audrey Dudson|
|55||Help Wanted & Help Given:- A Curious Cup Handle|
|55||Help Wanted & Help Given:- Holy Water Containers or Stoups|
|56||Potteries Jotteries No. 78||Rodney Hampson|
|57||Books: The Liverpool Porcelain of William Reid - A Catalogue of Porcelain And Excavated Shards|
|58||Books: - Shire Books: Ceramic Water Closets; Copeland; Ceramic Bygones and other Unusual Domestic Pottery and Medieval Tiles|
|59||Books: - Irish Delftware - an illustrated history|
|59||Books: - 'Cup and Saucer Land'|