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Newsletter 18 - Jan 1976
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||27th Sept 1975 : "The German Porcelain Factories" by John Cushion||Elsie Blatch|
|3||25th Oct 1975, "Modern English Handmade Pottery" by Bill Ismay||Diana Darlington|
|5||Dolls' Heads in Parian||Sheila Bradbury|
|6||Charles Bourne||Hugh Stretton|
|6||Delftfield Fire Insurance Policies||Elizabeth Adams|
|7||Little Things||Reginald Haggar|
|11||Abbott And Mist||David Holgate|
|11||The Twelfth Keele Seminar (Report On), Aug 1975||Kathleen Woolliscroft & Diana Darlington|
|13||Art Deco - a lecture at Keele by Reginald Haggar|
|18||Opening of the Wedgwood Museum, Barlaston||J.K. des Fontaines|
|21||Wild Animals and Birds on early .19th Century Porcelain||Dorothy Haggar.|
|22||Pottery from Eccleshall Castle||R.G.H.|
|23||The Minton Museum (visit from Keele Seminar)||Diana Darlington|
|24||Letters to the Editor :|
|24||The Liverpool City Arms||Elizabeth Adams|
|25||F. Schenk: Pâte-Sur-Pâte||Paul Atterbury|
|26||Appreciation from Mrs. G.E. Brown of Ontario.||G.E. Brown|
|26||Shaw's Chemistry||David Holgate.|
|27||Potters, Preachers And Sweethearts (1723 letter quoted)||Arnold Mountford.|
|28||To Kill Ratts||Pat Halfpenny|
|29||Fishermen of the Red Anchor||Peter Bradshaw.|
|30||A Manly Pursuit||Lionel Burman|
|31||English Porcelains c.1780-1820 - a study weekend (Aug 1975)||D.F. Holgate|
|32||The Anderton Boat Lift, Northwich|
|33||Joseph Lacasse (1894-1975)||R.G.H.|
|33||Stop Press (Diary Notes)|