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Newsletter 71 - Sept 1988
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|2||Annual General Meeting 1988|
|11||Polish Views||Louise P.Richardson|
|13||The School Saucer||Tony Thomas|
|14||A Blue Printed Coffee Pot||J.B.Wilkinson|
|17||Recollections of a 19th Century Pottery Apprentice||Derek Chitty|
|20||Captured by the Italians||Margaret Whitehurst|
|24||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|24||Ariadne and Psyche||Sadia Walsh|
|25||John Russell & the Greens of Leeds Pottery||R.Morley|
|26||A Transfer Printed and Inscribed Loving Cup||J.B.Wilkinson|
|28||Shaw's Glazed Brick Company||Sadia Walsh|
|30||Recent Additions to the Leeds City Collections||D.A.Furniss|
|30||Another Davenport Container||R.K.Henrywood|
|33||An Interesting Hilditch Cuo and Saucer||L.G.& P.V.Holmes|
|35||A Yorkshire Plate,'Acropolis'Pattern from Ferrybridge||N.Wright|
|42||Letters to the Editor|
|44||Exhibition at Hanley:A Staffordshire Chinaman|
|44||News of Other Societies and Seminars|
|46||One for the Pot|