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Newsletter 38 - June 1980
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|1||Lecture Meeting: Victorian Pictorial Tiles||Margaret Macfarlane|
|3||Holly Royde 1980||Nancy Gunson|
|9||David Rhodes and John Dixon||Angela Cox|
|11||A Bowl from the Whitehaven Pottery||Maurice and Lyn Hillis|
|13||The Trapnell Collection||Peter Bradshaw|
|17||Past Imperfect||Nancy Gunson|
|20||Stoke-on-Trent Rate Records||Rodney Hampson|
|24||Potter or Salesman?||R.S. Edmundson|
|24||Lady's Thingamty-pots||Rodney Hampson|
|29||Rockingham Saleroom Notes||J.G. Evans|
|30||Earthenware for America||Arlene Palmer Schwind|
|30||Rockingham Teaware Pattern Numbers||Ming Evans|
|32||The Haggar Retrospective Exhibition||L.G. King|
|34||The Potteries Scene||Rodney Hampson|
|35||Collecting Habits||Margaret Newton|
|36||A.J.B. Kiddell (1894-1980)||Elizabeth Adams|
|37||The Creamware Potter: East Coast of Scotland||P.A. Gunson|
|38||The Bramelds at Large||J.G. and M.I.N. Evans|
|40||Brownfields||Rodney and Eileen Hampson|
|41||"Wedgwood of Etruria and Barlaston" - 250th Anniversary Exhibition of the Birth of Josiah Wedgwood.|