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Newsletter 34 - June 1979
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|3||Lecture Meetings||Diana Darlington|
|3||Potteries of the Rotherham Area||Chloe Bennett|
|4||Liverpool Creamware||Alan Smith|
|5||Miles Mason's father-in-law||Bill Saks|
|6||Alfred Meigh||Rodney Hampson.|
|7||A fragment of a Pattern Book||Reginald Haggar|
|14||A Mason Miscellany||Elizabeth Adams and Reginald Haggar|
|17||Out of which he was fashioned||Nancy Gunson|
|18||Ovens Galore !||Rodney Hampson.|
|19||China Repairs without Revits continued||Eileen Hampson.|
|20||Porcelain figures from lesser known factories||Peter Bradshaw|
|22||English Potters in America - an enquiry||Bill Saks|
|23||Simeon Shaw and a Search for Roman Pottery||Diana Darlington|
|23||Doulton House, London|
|23||Frank and Kathleen Tilley||Michael Parkinson|
|24||Progress by Canal|
|24||Elwyn James (1942-1978) - Obituary|
|24||Short Measures to Order||Ivor Robertshaw|
|25||Cleaning and Sealing of Minor Damage||Ivan Smith|
|26||Rockingham Tea Ware Pattern Numbers||Muriel Eaglestone ard Ming Evans|
|28||Book Review - English Enamel Boxes by Susan Benjamin||Diana Darlington|
|29||Summer Outing to Worcester|