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Newsletter 25 - May 1977
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||The Journal (Preparations for Vol.2)||Terry Lockett|
|3||Lecture Meeting 27th Nov 1976 "The Rockingham Pottery" by Alwyn & Angela Cox||Diana Darlington|
|4||Rockingham 150 Review of Exhibition in Rotherham 1976-77||Terry Lockett|
|6||A Longton Pottery in 1833||Rodney Hampson.|
|9||Artificial Stone Manufacturers||Elizabeth Adams|
|9||Image and Emblem (Collection assembled for Morley CCC)||Reginald Haggar|
|11||Coffee Cans||Geoffrey Godden|
|11||Sampson Smith - Exhibition at Gladstone Pottery Museum, Nov-Dec 1976||Eileen Hampson.|
|12||The Potteries of Derbyshire - Impressions of the seminar at Morley College, Nov 1976||Margaret Newton|
|14||International Ceramics - A Victoria And Albert Museum Travelling Exhibition||Rodney Hampson.|
|14||Lady Charlotte Schreiber||Diana Darlington|
|15||Staffordshire / Yorkshire Competition (1796 Correspondence)||Pat Halfpenny|
|15||Letter to the Editor : Daniel Porcelain||Victor Thomas|
|16||Dealer-marked Hilditch Bone China Teaware||P.R. Helm|
|17||Barr, Flight and Barr - an item from the Worcester Journal (1807)||Robert C. Stones|
|18||Porcelain Tokens (information wanted)||Ronald Brown|
|18||Book Review : Pottery and Porcelain Tablewares by John P. Cushion||Terry Lockett|
|19||Book Review : Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre by Una Des Fontaines||Reginald Haggar|
|20||Liverpool Castle Excavations||Lionel Burman|
|20||Mason Porcelain and Ironstone 1796 - 1853 - Miles Mason and the Mason Manufactories, by Reginald Haggar & Elizabeth Adams||Terry Lockett|
|21||Forthcoming V. & A. Museum Exhibitions|
|22||For Your Diary|
|22||Sale Room Prices|
|23||Miles Mason - A New Book (Reviewed Above)|
|23||Two Minds, One Thought (Quotations)|
|23||An Epitaph on a woman who sold Earthenware (in 1764)||Elizabeth Adams|
|24||Apologies (Errors in production of previous Newsletter)|
|24||Mason at Samlesbury (Exhibition Jan-Feb 1977)||Reginald Haggar|
|25||Wedgwood International Seminar (May 1977, Notice of)|
|26||Annual General Meeting 1977 (Notice of)|