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Newsletter 27 - Sept 1977
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|1||Editorial||Reginald Haggar & Diana Darlington|
|5||Annual General Meeting (Minutes of) May 1977|
|9||Members' Pieces (on display at the AGM)||Rodney & Eileen Hampson|
|10||Problem Pots and Potters 1750 - 1830 : Holly Royde Seminar March 1977||Diana Darlington & Maurice Hillis|
|13||Lecture Meeting 30th April 1977 : "Thoughts on English Hard-paste Porcelain - Plymouth, Bristol, New Hall, Caughley - Coalport" by David Holgate||Diana Darlington|
|15||The Art of Bernard Leach (Exhibition at the V&A March to May 1977)||Terry Lockett|
|16||William Hassells, Pot-Maker : a Note from The Ipswich Journal 1759||Sheenah Smith|
|17||Ironstone China Sale In Derby (1820)|
|18||Land And Water (18th Century Transport)||Elizabeth Adams|
|19||Archibald Knox, Designer and Painter||Reginald Haggar|
|21||Twilight Ware||Pat Halfpenny|
|22||Josiah Haggar A Suffolk Potseller||Reginald Haggar|
|22||Rockingham for The President||Diana Darlington|
|22||Letters to the Editor :|
|22||Char Pots and Potted Char||Valerie Milford|
|23||Verses on Pottery||Dorothy Ward|
|24||Amstel Porcelain||Elizabeth Mitchell|
|25||Royal Commemorative Pottery and Glass at Manchester City Art Gallery (Jubilee Exhibition)||Hilary Thomas|
|27||Mentmore - a Personal View||Diana Darlington|
|28||Obituary : Reg Phillips||Reginald Haggar|
|28||China Repair - A Tradesman's Card|
|29||Change of Address for Reginald Haggar||Terry Lockett|
|31||Subscriptions (cancel Standing Orders)||T.A.L.|