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Newsletter 75 - Sept 1989
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|2||Paul Atterbury and the Doulton Frieze|
|3||The Warrillow Collection of Photographs||John W. Bentley|
|4||Peter Bates 1802?||Debbie Skinner|
|7||Richard Daniel, 1849-1861||Rodney Hampson|
|9||Toby takes Snuff||Dr Nigel T Cooke|
|10||· Marsden Horse||Ron Morley|
|11||more Basalt curiosities and fakes||Ron Morley|
|15||Research Methods (Thomas Wolfe)||Trevor Markin|
|17||Soil Hill Pottery|
|18||The Moulded Jugs of Samuel Alcock||Dr Dick Henrywood|
|28||A Spode hybrid hard-paste jug?||Betty Reed|
|30||Annual General Meeting, May 20th 1989|
|36||Another Holly Royde!|
|39||T'wo more marks||Derek Chitty|
|40||A political election jug||Ron Govier|
|41||Two Sprigged and slip decorated pieces||Ray Parkin|
|42||Three times lucky (Davenport porcelain)||Diana Darlington|
|44||Cataloguing impressed decoration||John Adeney|
|46||Wardle's Art Pottery||Joy Hallam|
|46||Glass hats and Herculaneum vases||Tony Thomas|
|47||Westall prints & Thomas Goodwin||Trevor Markin|
|49||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|50||The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge|