Joseph Hunter (antiquarian) - Hunter Archaeological Society

Hunter Archaeological Society

The Hunter Archaeological Society, which was formed in 1912 "to study and report on the archaeology, history and architecture of South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire", was named in his honour.

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Sheffield Archives - The Collections - Family and Estate Records - Hunter Archaeological Society
... Correspondence and diaries of Mrs Margaret Gatty and her daughter, Mrs Juliana H ... Ewing, form part of the Hunter Archaeological Society's collection ...

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