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Newsletter 61 - Mar 1986

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
2 Banquet in a Box: Moira Lord Moira Lord
3 Lecture Meeting: Moulded Jugs
4 A Victorian Jug Treasure Trove: J. Bentley J. Bentley
4 Heather Lawrence Collection at Doncaster Museum
6 Everyman's Taste and Table: Diana Edwards Diana Edwards
12 Turner Creamware: Anthony Thomas Anthony Thomas
15 Some Further Thoughts on Prattware: Griselda Lewis Griselda Lewis
17 A Newcastle-on-Tyne Cruet Stand: Clarice & Harold Blakey Clarice & Harold Blakey
19 Sugar Castors in Cruet Stands: Janice Chambers Janice Chambers
20 A Little Creamware Jug: Pamela Rowan Pamela Rowan
22 Cunard and the Cube: J.V.G. Mallet J.V.G. Mallet
24 Davenport: The Cream of a Collection: Diana Darlington Diana Darlington
31 Canny with the Cream: Simon Cottle Simon Cottle
44 1985 Keele Seminar: Diana Darlington Diana Darlington
48 Lecture Meeting: Creamware
50 Books and Book Reviews
50 Exhibitions and Seminars
53 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
53 From the News
54 Society Publications
55 Future Programme
56 Agenda for A.G.M.