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Proceedings of HFC&AS Online - Volumes 14 (Part 3)-17 (Part 1) -1940-1949

Below, there are thumbnails of covers or other images of the 'Proceedings of the HFC&AS' for this period. By taking the links, the table of contents can be seen for each volume in the date range above. Each article is linked to a scanned pdf which can be read online or downloaded. During this period the proceedings were published in Parts 1-3; these three parts were then bound to make up one volume. For each volume there is a link to an index of the published articles. As might be expected, the frequency of publication was affected by World War II, though it was not until after the war that there were breaks in the annual publication of a new part.



Pottery from Bury Hill
Vol 15, Part 1 Cover
Vol 15, Part 2 Cover
Vol 15, Part 3 Cover
Vol 14, Part 3
Vol 15, Part 1
Vol 15, Part 2
Vol 15, Part 3




Vol 16, Part 1 Cover
Vol 16, Part 2 - Officers
Flint Tools from article by G W Willis
Vol 17, Part 1 Cover
Vol 16, Part 1
Vol 16, Part 2
Vol 16, Part 3
Vol 17, Part 1


Should you wish to see hard copy, you will need to visit either the Hampshire Field Club & Archaeological Society Library, which is held at the Hartley Library of the University of Southampton, or any of a number of the larger of Hampshire County Council's libraries which hold selections of the back numbers. The Publication Sales Officer has an archive selection of Studies but these only commence with Vol 30. Please download the 2018 price list for details of all available publications.

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