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Newsletter 2 - Dec 1972
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|1||Programme - Spring 1971|
|1||News From Leeds||Peter Walton|
|2||Dr. Christopher Dresser (1834 - 1904)||Paul Atterbury|
|3||The Lancaster Delftware Manufactory|
|4||Research and Publication||T.A. Lockett|
|4||Red Street, Newcastle, Staffs.|
|5||A Tragic Event August 1807||Elizabeth Adams|
|6||The Weekend Seminar At Holly Royde College Manchester (1972)||Hilary Evans|
|6||Morley College Seminar - Saltglazed Stoneware (1972)||T.A. Lockett|
|7||Julian Barnard, Victorian Ceramic Tiles (Studio Vista, £4.80)||Isabel Locket|
|7||T.A. Lockett, Davenport Pottery and Porcelain, 1794-1887. (David & Charles, £3.25)||Norman Emery|
|8||Geoffrey A. Godden, Ridgway Porcelains (Barrie & Jenkins, £6.00)||Reginald Haggar|
|8||Around The Antique Fairs||Anthony Thomas|