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Newsletter 32 - Dec 1978
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|2||Annual General Meeting - Diana Darlington|
|7||Summer Outing to Bedford||Diana Darlington|
|8||Mathematical Ceramics||Pat Halfpenny|
|9||Peel Pottery and Porcelain||Reginald Haggar|
|12||Hieroglyphic Eating||Elizabeth Adams|
|12||Jubilee Mugs||Rodney Hampson.|
|12||China Repairs without Revits||Maurice Hillis|
|14||Salopian China||Ronald Brown|
|14||Gerard's Bridge Pottery, St. Helens||Esme Lloyd|
|17||Teaspoons to Trains, Frank Pick 1878-1941||Jennifer Hawkins|
|19||Exhibition, Josiah Wedgwood.||Terry Lockett|
|20||Those confusing marks of S & G, S & Co, W S & S||Hazel Brown|
|23||Ceramics in Bristol|
|24||Elegance & Utility, Susie Cooper||Margaret MacFarlane|
|27||Wally Dugs||Molly Midworth|
|28||University of Keele Summer School||Jennifer Hawkins|
|31||On Living with a New Hall Collector||Kit Holgate|
|33||Obituary - Peggy Henman|
|34||Reginald Haggar - A Retrospective Exhibition|
|34||Courses - Pots, Places and People|