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Two books on Carlton Ware were published in 2012. See our Publications page for details.
Ian & Jerome's Newsletter archive

Enthusiasts, Ian Harwood and Jerome Wilson mostly produce their newsletters from their home in Canada.

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Newsletter 65 - January 2014

Newsletter 64 - December 2013

Newsletter 63 - October 2013

Newsletter 62 - August 2013

Newsletter 61 - July 2013

Newsletter 60 - May 2013

Newsletter 59 - Jan 2013

Newsletter 58 - May 2012

Newsletter 57 - March 2011

Newsletter 56 - February 2011

Newsletter 55 - January 2011

Newsletter 54 - December 2010

Newsletter 53 - November 2010

Newsletter 52 - October 2010

Newsletter 51 - September 2010

Newsletter 50 - August 2010

Newsletter 49 - June 2010

Newsletter 48 - October 2009

Newsletter 47 - September 2009

Newsletter 46 - August 2009

Newsletter 45 - July 2009

Newsletter 44 - December 2008 

Newsletter 43 - October 2008

Newsletter 42 - August 2008

Newsletter 41 - July 2008

Newsletter 40 - February 2008       

Newsletter 39 - December 2007

Newsletter 38 - April 2007

Newsletter 37 - January 2007

Newsletter 36 - November 2006


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