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Newsletter 16 - Sept 1975
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||Lecture Meeting 5th April 1975 : "The Ferry-Bridge Pottery" by Heather Lawrence||Una and Geoffrey Charles|
|2||Lecture Meeting 5th April 1975 : "The Hull Pottery" by Elsie Blatch||Una and Geoffrey Charles|
|3||Samuel Gilbody In York||Angela Cox|
|4||Figure of William Roscoe - Information Wanted||Lionel Burman|
|4||A Case of Mistaken Identity||Peter Bradshaw|
|5||Edmund Wall||Elizabeth Adams|
|5||Art Deco - Impressions and Memories (3)||Reginald Haggar|
|9||An Unrecorded Bullers Artist||R.G.H.|
|9||Lowesby (Display Of Terracotta Wares At Leicester)||Anne Palmer|
|9||A Pauper Apprentice (at Don Pottery, Swinton, In 1832)||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|10||James Mist||Anthony Thomas|
|12||Mason And Wedgwood||Dorothy Haggar|
|12||Firing A Down Draught Oven (At Bovey Tracey)||Simon Hunt|
|13||Wedgwood Pâte-sur-Pâte||David Buten|
|14||The Journal (Plans For The Next One)|
|14||Letter to the Editor - Chemistry of Pottery||John D. Griffin|
|17||A Meteyard Letter||Reginald Haggar|
|18||Book Review : Chinese Ceramics by Michel and Cécile Beurdeley||Peter Bradshaw|
|19||A Stoke-upon-Trent Election Souvenir||L.A.Compton|
|20||Abraham Moore||Margaret Whitehurst|
|20||A Plea For Help|
|21||Charles Dickens on Taste|
|21||Accidents And Accidents (Quote From 1812)||Elizabeth Adams|
|21||Some Sale Prices|
|21||Anything Goes (Exhibitions)|
|22||Dates For Your Diary|