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Newsletter 5 - June 1973
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|1||Lecture Meeting 24th March 1973 : "Under-glaze blue transfer-printing - with special reference to Wedgwood" by J.D des Fontaines.|
|1||Informal talk following AGM : "Newcastle-under-Lyme pottery and porcelain of the eighteenth century" by Paul Bemrose|
|1||Help: Please (re. Castleford)||Heather Lawrence|
|2||William Mainwaring Palin, R.B.A. (1862-1947) - Wedgwood Artist||Norman Emery|
|3||Replies To Queries :|
|3||The Hulmes Of Swinton||Heather Lawrence|
|3||A Railway Print after Samuel Bourne||Elizabeth Adams|
|3||Prescot Wair - Editor|
|4||Wednesbury Pottery||Hugh Stretton|
|4||City Museum And Art Gallery, Stoke-On-Trent (rebuilding plans)||Arnold Mountford|
|5||Nicholas Blundell's Will||Elsie Blatch|
|5||Spode Notes and Queries||Dorothy F. Haggar|
|6||Beer Pumps and Bellringers' Jugs||Reginald Haggar|
|6||A Piece of Seth Pennington's||Anthony Thomas|
|7||The Craftsman's Art||Paul Atterbury|
|8||Exhibition : Shugborough, Staffs. : William Moorcroft (1872-1945).|
|8||Herculaneum Pottery (recent discovery)||Robin Gurnett|
|8||Worcester and early Diarists||Reginald G. Haggar|
|9||Bullers Art Pottery (Information Wanted)||Paul Atterbury|
|10||Northern Museums, No. 1 - Abbot Hall, Kendal||Elizabeth Adams|
|11||Sales and Fairs||Anthony Thomas|
|12||Acquisitions at Leeds||Peter Walton|