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Newsletter 130 - June 2003
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||22nd February 2003 : The Story of the Decorative Tile at the Gladstone Museum||Deborah Skinner|
|5||22nd February 2003 : Flushed with Pride - the story of the Toilet||Angela Lee|
|6||22nd February 2003 : Clay as Canvas - Pictorial Tile Panels||Tony Herbert|
|9||29th March 2003 : Bow Porcelain: a suggested chronology||Anton Gabszewicz|
|11||29th March 2003 : The Development of English Pottery to 1840||Jonathan Horne|
|13||Summer Visit - 28th June - An Update|
|14||Friends to the Rescue||Peter Hyland|
|17||Topographical Wares Produced by Hilditch and Hopwood during the Period 1845 to 1855||Margaret Hewat & June M. Owen|
|23||"A Set of Three Handsome Ornaments" (Daniels, 1846)||Geoffrey A. Godden|
|30||Hicks & Meigh - or Ridgway!!||Robert Carde|
|31||Produced by Hogarth, Copied and Engraved by Robson and printed at Middlesbrough Pottery||John & Joyce Cockerill|
|33||A Conservation Project for the Spode Museum Trust's Pattern Books||Pam Woolliscroft|
|41||The Origin of the Willow Pattern||Connie Rogers|
|46||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|47||Help Wanted & Help Given|
|49||Potteries Jotteries No. 88||Rodney Hampson|
|52||Obituary - M. Mellanay Delhom|