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Newsletter 34 - June 1979

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
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
29 Seminars
29 Exhibitions
29 Lecture Meeting
29 Staffordshire Porcelain