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Newsletter 155 - Sept 2009
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|3||Minutes - Annual General Meeting|
|12||Reports of Meetings|
|12||25th April 2009 : Ceramics & the Arts & Craft Movement||Deborah Skinner|
|15||25th April 2009 : What archaeology doesn't tell us about pots and the people who used them||Jacqui Pearce|
|18||30th May 2009 : An Analysis of the Delftware Shards from Lancaster||Barbara Blenkinship|
|21||Summer Visit - The Harris Museum Preston|
|22||An Appreciation of the work of Douglas Brown, Editor of the Journal, 1996-2009||Eileen & Rodney Hampson|
|23||Progress on Pad Marks - Riley Link - A Gap Filled||David Beaton|
|25||Mantz & Co.||Trevor Markin|
|26||A Reason for Rarity?||Beatrice Stocks|
|26||Progress on Pad Marks - The Imperial Stone & Oval Pad Groups||David Beaton|
|36||William Mason and Mason Earthenwares||Des Scanlon|
|46||W(***) Porcelain: Links to the Factory of W. & J. Turner||Michael Bailey|
|52||A Newhill Detective Story||Graham Oliver|
|57||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|58||Potteries Jotteries No. 113||Rodney Hampson|
|66||New Ceramics Galleries at the V & A Museum||Judith Crouch|