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Newsletter 26 - June 1977
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|2||Lecture Meeting 19th Feb 1977 : "Things I Love" by Reginald Haggar||Diana Darlington|
|4||New Hall China (a Potter's Norebook)||Reginald Haggar|
|6||Tree Trunk Jug||Elizabeth Adams|
|7||Wrecclesham Pottery||Rodney Hampson.|
|9||Leeds Pottery Billhead||Heather Lawrence|
|10||Some Yorkshire China Dealers of the Eighteenth Century||Angela Cox|
|13||Georgian Tea Drinkers||J. K. des Fontaines|
|13||The Tyne Potteries - Marks||Ivor Robertshaw|
|15||Ceramic History as once told|
|16||More from Old Newspapers||Reginald Haggar|
|17||The Way To Strike Home : Another song about Truck from the Enoch Wood Collection||Pat Halfpenny|
|20||Articles In Journals, Catalogues, etc.||R.G.H.|
|21||Obituary: Norman Humphrey Trace (1908 - 1977) - SRT & HA|
|22||Dates For Your Diary|
|23||Michael Cardew: Mud and Water Man 1923 - 76 (Exhibition)|