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Newsletter 68 - Dec 1987
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|1||Obituary: Leonard S.Rakow M.D.|
|2||Lecture Meeting: The Wares of Ralph Wedgwood. Some Sources of Animal Design|
|6||John & William Wainwright Potts||Nancy Gunson|
|12||The Bisto Bull||Norma Wright|
|15||Clay Allsorts||Harold Blakey|
|16||The Bowers Family,the Later Generations||David Richardson|
|22||Two Unusual Worcester Marks||Nigel T. Cooke|
|24||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|25||Definitely Davenport||Norma Wright|
|26||Three Unusual Prints||Tony Thomas|
|28||Pottery Manufacturers 1800-1807||Eileen and Rodney Hampson|
|30||Three of a Kind||Chris Tyzack|
|32||Three Bulb Pots||Diana Darlington|
|34||More about Church Gresley||Margaret Newton|
|36||Richard Daniel at Fenton||Rodney Hampson|
|37||An Unrecorded Daniel Mark||Betty Reed|
|38||Letters to the Editor|