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Transactions (80)

The Transactions of the Society are annual volumes of current research papers dating back to 1852? We are currently digitsing the entire collection and will be adding to this category over time. We currently have all volumes from xxx to xxx in searchable PDF format. While we will make every attempt to ensure you can easily read these, please ensure you have a PRF reader extension enabled in your browser to view these documents if you are having any trouble. Else, please contact the webmaster on the Website Help page.

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ESSEX SOCIETY FOR ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY

LIBRARY & ARCHIVES COMMITTEE

A CATALOGUE OF THE MINUTE BOOKS AND OTHER RECORDS OF THE SOCIETY

Originally compiled by Peter B Boyden B.A. (1980)

Updated annually by Jane Pearson, Hon. Librarian & Andrew Smith, Hon. Deputy Librarian

Essex Society for Archaeology and History 2016 edition

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In common with other organisations, the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (until 1985 named the Essex Archaeological Society) has, during its long history, created archives and this catalogue describes the papers which are kept in the Storeroom in Hollytrees. A project is currently in progress to deposit material, not immediately necessary to the running of the Society, on permanent loan at the Essex Record Office.

The Essex Society for Archaeology and History, formerly the Essex Archaeological Society, has had a long line of distinguished Presidents.

 

  • 1852-67 Charles Gray Round
  • 1868-1916 Rt. Hon. James Round (O. & P. xiv pt 3)
  • 1916-17 William Chapman Waller (O. xiv pt 4, 356)
  • 1917-29 Christopher William Parker (O. & P. xx pt 1)

The Honorary Secretary has, throughout the Society’s history, been its 'Chief Executive'. In addition to fulfilling the usual secretarial duties, the Hon. Secretary also edited the Transactions until 1907; and at various times stood in as Curator, Treasurer and Librarian. The Hon. Secretary has had various assistants, as detailed below, the chief of whom has been the Excursions Secretary - now styled Social Secretary.

The Honorary Editor has responsibility for the production of the Society's Transactions, and oversight of other publications although the detailed editing is usually delegated to others. As explained earlier, the Honorary Secretary acted as Editor until 1907 when Rickword was appointed as Editorial Secretary.

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