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Newsletter 41 - Mar 1981
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|3||Obituary: Arthur A. Eaglestone, B. Litt. T.A.L.|
|5||Lecture Meeting: Excavations in Shropshire||Nancy Gunson|
|7||Lecture Meeting: Dry Body Earthenwares||Nancy Gunson|
|9||"Love in Disguise for Desert"||Peter Bradshaw|
|12||John Voyez or Mea Culpa||Rodney Hampson|
|12||The Masons: A Dynasty of Potters||Sadia Walsh|
|13||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|13||"Jackfield" Pottery on Tyneside||Rodney Hampson|
|14||Liverpool Porcelain: Fact, Fantasy and Fiction||Reginald Haggar|
|22||Manufacturing Trades and Crafts Linked with the Pottery Industry, Part II||Ron Brown|
|22||"Jim's in Blue||Terry Lockett|
|26||A print for Pugh||Eileen Hampson|
|27||Book Reviews and Publications|
|27||Geoffrey Godden's Educational Activities 1981|
|30||The New Hall Bi-Centenary||David Holgate|
|32||Lecture on Old Apothecaries Drug Jars|
|32||Ashbourne Antique Circle - "Derby Day"|
|33||Society Meetings 1981|
|34||Annual General Meeting|