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Newsletter 171 - Sept 2013
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|3||Printed British Pottery and Porcelain 1750-1900|
|4||Haggar Lecture 2013 by Pat Halfpenny|
|4||The CCRF - The End of an Era|
|5||Minutes - Annual General Meeting|
|13||Thank You||Maurice Hillis|
|16||25th March 2013: Visit to the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge||Claire Blakey|
|17||23rd March 2013: Victorian Pottery Religious Figures - and who bought them?||Stephen Duckworth|
|21||27th April 2013: More than just pots - Lessons from the Ferrybridge Pottery||Alan Tomlinson|
|25||27th April 2013: Studio Ceramics in York - the collector's tale||Helen Walsh|
|29||11th May 2013 Andrew Hull: Artist and Sculptor||Kathy Niblett|
|32||Pots For All Purposes||David Doxey|
|35||The Newhill Pottery: Its Sale and Connections with the Kilnhurst and Don Potteries||Dr Alwyn Cox|
|44||Mexborough Money Boxes - An Update||Keith Docker|
|45||The Earl of Abergavenny [shipwrecked] Caneware||David M Pendergast|
|55||W(***) - Another Pointer to the Whitehead Connection||Roger Pomfret|
|58||Another Myth||Pamela Gardner|
|60||The Stinton Family||Colin Andrew|
|74||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|77||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|81||Potteries Jotteries No. 129||Rodney Hampson|