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Newsletter 59 - Sept 1985
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|2||Lecture Meeting:1.A Mystery Porcelain Factory|
|2||Lecture Meeting:2. Changing Attitudes in Museums|
|5||More About The Sutton Heath Pottery||Lionel Burman|
|9||I Didn't Know They Had Any Pots||Diana Darlington|
|10||Creanrware Vases with Named Views||Miranda Skinner|
|11||Ceramics at Nuremberg||Betty Reed|
|13||An Interesting Holiday 'Find'||Margaret Ironside|
|15||A New Hall Postscript||David Holgate|
|19||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|19||Bow Underglaze Blue Printing: An Unrecorded Subject||Norman Stretton|
|19||Excursion to Coalbrookdale||Valerie Milford|
|21||From the News|
|23||Annual. Genera]. Meeting Reports|
|23||Factory Z, Another Clue|
|30||The Heather Lawrence Reference Collection of Yorkshire Pottery|
|32||Wedgwood and Embossed Vine Leaf||J.K. des Fontaines|
|32||The New Staffordshire Agency||Simon Cottle|
|34||Opening of the New Wedgwood Museum|
|45||Letters to the Editor|