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Newsletter 138 - June 2005

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Reports of Meetings
3 28th to 30th January 2005 : Winter Weekend
5 26th February 2005 : A Group of Transfer Prints used at Derby associated with Richard Holdship Anneke Bambery
6 26th February 2005 : Nottingham Stoneware Pamela Wood
8 19th March 2005 : Black Britannia: Images of black people in English ceramics Stella Beddoe
9 19th March 2005 : Harold Holdway, 20th century Ceramic Designer Ruth Holdway
11 19th March 2005 : The Great Western Potteries and Candy Art Pottery Ian Turner Ian Turner
13 Success to Middleton Market David Atherton
19 Daniel Pattern Book Drawings Acquired by the V & A Hilary Young
26 An Unusual Caneware Nelson Jug David M. Pendergast
33 A Danish Liaison - Stanley Pottery Co., Lance S. Fuller
37 Wolfe-Mason-Lucock: Confirmation of Attribution Des Scanlon
40 Did Booths Copy Caughley? Barry Lomax
43 Artistic Licence? Derek Chitty
44 Scholarship Award Announcement
45 Wasters of White Saltglaze and Jackfield Type Wares (from the Southern Bank of the Severn near Jackfield) Michael Ursinus
47 Rockingham Porcelain Figures 1826-42 Alwyn and Angela Cox
50 Help Wanted and Help Given
52 Potteries Jotteries No. 96 Rodney Hampson
53 Summer Visit
54 Books
58 Museums News
62 Diary
64 Exhibitions