HIAS Publications

 

Our regular publications, the half yearly newsletter Focus and the annual Journal are free to members and are for sale at a small price to others.  

Please contact:

Eleanor Yates, Publications Officer, Danesacre, Worthy Road, Winchester,Hampshire, SO23 7AD. Telephone- 01962 852594, e-mail:[email protected] 

The following publications are also available at the costs advertised, which include postage and packing.  

Edwin Course & Martin Gregory:  The Itchen Navigation. New edition. 2011 (978-0-905280-10-3)  - 7.50

Pam Moore (Ed.) : A Guide To The Industrial Archaeology Of Hampshire and The Isle Of Wight 1984 (with                                                                                                                supplement) ISBN 0 905280 08 3  - 3.00

Edwin Course & Pam Moore : The changing railway scene in Hampshire.  1991.   ISBN 0 905280 08 3 -  5.00

Hampshire Farmsteads In The 1980's: Surveyed and recorded by SUIAG members, an excellent 'Domesday' record of farmsteads, barns and granaries with photographs, plans and drawings. Compiled by Edwin Course,
                                                                                                                        ISBN 0 905280 09 1
 - 5.00

Adrian Rance (Ed.) : Seaplanes and Flying Boats of  the Solent 1981 ISBN  0 905280 03 2  - 6.00

Monica Ellis : Ice and Icehouses Through the Ages 1982 ISBN 0 905280 04 0  - 5.00 
                                                                                                                            (With the Hampshire Gazetteer) 

 

Documents available in the University of Southampton Hartley Library

Papers of Michael Tighe (largely printed material): guidebooks and local history books; copies of maps of Southampton; newspaper cuttings, pamphlets on Southampton and the New Forest and other local history material   Ref: 79/1 (Formerly A700 )

Papers of George Judd: notes, photographs and two scrapbooks on industrial archaeology   Ref: 79/2 (Formerly A789) 

Surveys by Southampton University Industrial Archaeology Group (SUIAG): mills, roads, brickworks/clay based industries etc.   Ref: 79/3

  

Other archive material is stored in the Hampshire Records Office in Winchester.  A list is available on request.