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Newsletter 162 - June 2011
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|3||Winter Weekend Report 28th - 30th January 2011||Claire Blakey|
|7||Reports of Meetings|
|7||26th February 2011 : Dudson: A Potted History||Rosie Cooke|
|9||26th February 2011 : Ceramic Form and Function||Robin Emmerson|
|11||Landscape Painting on Creamware by William Absolon of Yarmouth||John Harbold|
|14||Progress on Padmarks - A Chetham Link with the Chrysanthemum Factory||David Beaton|
|19||Eric Ravilious - An Unexpected Sighting of his Work||Pamela Gardner|
|21||William Adams Caneware||David M Pendergast|
|23||Two Unreported Marks on Black Basalt Wares||John Adeney|
|24||A Burdett Beaker||David M Pendergast|
|29||The Marks of Ralph Wedgwood||Alan and Janet Tomlinson|
|31||Dagger Border Class V - An Attribution||Des Scanlon|
|37||John Goodwin Potter to the Marquis of Stafford! 1804-1805||Geoffrey Godden|
|40||Canton Copies of Worcester||Peter Sanders|
|43||Alfred Crowquill Designs - Extracts from an Auction Sale Catalogue 1867 and the Catalogue of the Great Exhibition in 1851||Geoffrey Barnes|
|45||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|52||Potteries Jotteries No. 120||Rodney Hampson|
|53||Summer Visit to the V&A Ceramics Galleries on 25th June|
|61||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|65||Friends of Spode Museum|