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Newsletter 125 - Mar 2002

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
2 A Message from the Chairman Dr. Maurice Hillis
3 Summer Visit
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
31 Colour Illustrations
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
56 Books
59 Diary and Educational Exhibitions
63 AGM Agenda - 18th May 2002
64 NCS Publications