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Newsletter 125 - Mar 2002
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|2||A Message from the Chairman||Dr. Maurice Hillis|
|4||Reports of Meetings|
|4||29th September. 2001 : Repair. Restore or Reject.||John Black|
|5||29th September. 2001 : Every Pot Contains a Story||Sam Cole|
|6||29th September. 2001 : Insuring the Past & the Present for the Future||Lynne Williams|
|7||29th September. 2001 : Displaying Ceramics||Gaye Blake-Roberts|
|8||27th October, 2001 : Dinner Services Through the Ages||Dr. Howard Coutts|
|9||27th October, 2001 : Maling||Prof.Terry Lilley|
|9||24th November. 2001 : Research & Source Material from the Godden Collection||Dr. Geoffrey Godden|
|12||24th November. 2001 : W(""") Part II||Michael Bailey|
|18||Newcastle Exports of Earthenware||Harold Blakey|
|19||The Caughley 'Tower' Pattern - a Possible Origin||Charles Bawden|
|22||A Factory Z Tea Canister?||T. C. Ratheram|
|24||Anthony Keeling & John Mare. Exports to France & Spain||Rose Meldrum|
|28||A Documentary Biscuit Barrel - Problems in Attribution||Trevor Darling|
|35||An Attribution to Coalport? No!!||Roger Edmundson|
|37||"for the gratification of future antiquaries..." Enoch Wood's caches at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery||Catherine Banks|
|44||Greatbatch in Broseley||Roger Edmundson|
|46||W(***): Some Archaeological Evidence||Noel Boothroyd|
|47||A Postal Survey of NCS Members' Methods of Recording their Ceramics Collections||Sam Cole|
|51||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|54||Potteries Jotteries No. 83||Rodney Hampson|
|55||Ceramics Collections UK||Deborah Skinner|
|59||Diary and Educational Exhibitions|
|63||AGM Agenda - 18th May 2002|