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Newsletter 21 - June 1976

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington
2 The Holly Royde Seminar (March 1976) Report On "English Porcelain 1745-1815" Una and Geoffrey Charles
5 The Official Opening of the Northern Ceramic Society's Exhibition, Manchester, Saturday, 13th March, 1976 Elizabeth Adams
6 A Stroll with Mr. and Mrs. Wooton Reginald Haggar
8 A Point of View Terry Lockett
9 An Exhibition Query
9 Not on the Programme
9 Useful or Useless Numbers (Exhibition Statistics)
10 For Kitchen or Coronation - The Times Educational Supplement, 13th March 1976, review of the exhibition by Heather Park under the above headline Diana Darlington
10 Comment and Appreciation