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dc.contributor.authorHONEY, W.B.
dc.identifier.otherLocated in Centre for Ceramics Studies, CSAD
dc.descriptionAnnotated: 'BR from WBH, Jan 20 1949' (enclosure: cutting from the Stafford Evening Sentinel, 4 March 1930, 'Why Josiah Wedgwood won World-Wide Fame: Analytical Appreciation by Mr. Bernard Rackham') (additional enclosures noted 9 November 2011, obituary of Alfred Powell, The Times, 1 June 1960; obituary of Louise Powell by Alfred Fairbank, The Times, '10 x 1956'.)en_GB
dc.publisherFaber and Faberen_GB
dc.relation.ispartofThe Bernard Rackham Collection. Bernard Rackham was Keeper of the Department of Ceramics at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 1914 to 1938. The Bernard Rackham Collection consists of 68 books from his private library, some of which contain loose archive material such as letters and associated personal papers. The collection was given to Cardiff School of Art and Design as a series of donations from Bernard Rackham’s family over a six year period from 2002 to 2008.
dc.subjectHONEY, W.B.en_GB
dc.subjectRACKHAM, Bernarden_GB
dc.titleWedgwood Wareen_GB
dc.description.sourceElizabeth Rackham 2008

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