MAGAZINE ARCHIVE
Dear Visitor, since the Society was established late in 1967 the First issue of the Blackcountryman magazine was published in 1967. This tradition has been continued and you will therefore find all Issues numbered 1 in the year before the following issues 2,3 and 4. If you have any queries please contact the society and we will be pleased to help with your enquiry.

1992

ISSUE 1

Black Country Personalities -

      Ken Downing from the Rock Band Judas Priest - S. Hill

Himley Recollections - P.R. Rostron

William Bannister & Co. Chainmakers - R. Moss

When Barnum & Bailey came to the Black Country - N. Williams

Galton Bridge (Poem) J.W. Jones

Noel Brettell, Lye's long distance Poet - H.J. Haden

Halesowen's Municipal History

Wall Heath House - J. Sparry

Professor Robert Baker - S. Hill

Local Studies in Wolverhampton - A. Franklin & P. Toulmin

My Love of the Black Country - A. Saholta

Mobs & Methodists, The Wednesbury Riots 743-44 - C. Spittall

Papers - T. Jukes

The Communications of Wolverhapton II - D. Huffer

Walsall Evening Institute - W.L. Pace

Princes End and its Railway II - M. Hale

The Grange Theatre, Walsall II - P.F. Viles

1993

ISSUE 2

Black Country Personalities - Stanley George Yardley - S. Hill

The Man who Bowled Bradman - C. Morris

Grorty - T. Jukes

Politicians, Press and the Public - H.J. Haden

West Park, Wolverhampton - S. Whitehouse

When Sundays were Sundays - D.E.M. Massey

Wood's Boat Dock, Short Heath - W.L. Pace

A Walsall Doctor in the Falklands - C.J.L. Elwell

Mrs Baldwins - D. Barlow

The Garman Ryan Collection - D. Vodden

The Pewterers of Bewdley & Wribbenhall - R. F. Homer

Warley Male Choir

The Communications of Wolverhampton III - D. Huffer

Cooper's Ducks, Coots, Lezzers & Gobs - J. Sparry

Cauliflowers & Duck Eights - A. Price

Mobs & Methodists (Conclusion) - C.J. Spittal

A Night in the Workhouse - A. Charwin

When Barnum & Bailey came to the Black Country - N. Williams

ISSUE 3

Black Country Personalities -

                             James Cooksey Mason O.B.E. - S. Hill

Frederick William Hackwood - Historian or Journalistic Bohemian? - C.J.L. Elwell

The Commemoration of a Black Country Locomotive - J. Allen

Actresses in the Black Country during the

    19th & early 20th centuries - S.R. Wallin

The Black Country Disaster 1992 - R. Hooper

Busy Lines at Dudley - K. Tibbetts

The Loxtons of Wednesbury, Walsall & Cannock - J. Stringer

An Elizabeth II Manor House

    (a) Hunters Lodge - G. Wood

    (b) Another Man's Dream - R. Davies

My Richest Black Country Eid - S. Siddique

Last Days on the Line to Dudley - N. Williams

A Missile of the Thunder God - J. Sparry

The Communications of Wolverhampton, Canals - D. Huffer

Boscobel - S. Browne

Penn Common & Upper Penn, Goldthorpe

Hill and Bradmore - A. Dunphy

The Grazebrooks at Audnam House - P. R. Rostron

Oakeswell Hall - I. Bott

The Tipton Slasher Statue Unvieling

ISSUE 4

Black Country Personalities - Basil Eugene Poole - S. Hill

Railway Reminiscences, Dudley Station 1938-41 - K. Tibbetts

A Day in the Country - G.M Welsh

Bright The Vision That Delighted - J. Sparry

Radio Recollections - H.L Kershaw

The Communications of Wolverhampton, Canals II - D. Huffer

Tales from Tipton - Dummy - T. Jukes

Nevere a Dull Moment - D.E.M. Massey

Paul Bloomer 'Our Man at the Royal Academy' - S. Hill

An American Citizen's Black Country Ancestors - R.G. Martin

A Link with Wolverhampton Motorcycle History - J. Boulton

Jack Downing - The Actor & His Gilbert &

       Sullivan Connections - S.R. Wallin

In Buritt's Footsteps (I) - C.J.L. Elwell

Graveston Omissions - P. Hurley

Memories of a Black Country Lad -

      Wulfrun College 1959-61 - W. Pace

Baylie's Chainworks, Stourbridge - W.L. Downes

Appreciation - Jim William Jones - E. Lowbery

1993

ISSUE 1

In Burritt's Footsteps - C.J.L. Elwell

Consequences, New Year's Day - D. Cartwright

A Thoroughly Modern Marge - J. Sparry

Baylie's Chainworks, Stourbridge - W.L. Downes

Wulfrun College of F.E. 1961-70 - W.L. Pace

The Remedies - M. Marsh

Flying the Flag in the USA - S. Hill

Black Country Water Supplies - B.J. Williams & J. Van Leerzem

Harts Hill Bus Garage

Tales from Tipton - T. Jukes

Black Country Personalities - Harry Eccleston O.B.E. - S. Hill

The Communications of Wolverhampton-Railways - D. Huffer

An Unusual Holiday - S.Hill

Wordsley Amateur Dramatic Society - B. Cotton

Mon O' Many Parts (Poem) - J. Hunt

My Life at Orchard Lane JM School, Lye 1941-44 - P. Dunn

Down in the Forest - R.Weston

Oldbury Independent Congregational Church - F. Allen

A Fearful Pit Accident - R. Hoole

1994

ISSUE 2

Black Country Personalities- Colonel Audrey Smith - S. Hill

Fetes, Fireworks & Flummery ay Dudley Castle - C.B. Round

The Wall Heath Air Show - C. Harper & J. Van Leerzem

The Communications of Wolverhampton - D. Huffer

Taming the Tearaways - D.E.M. Massey

Museum Stalwart Moves On - R. Moss

Two Mobile Men - J. Sparry

Black Country Gas - C.J.L. Elwell

Public Art in Dudley - G. Warburton

Black Country Sounds & Smells - P. Shilson

Work in Lye in the 19th Century - Census1851-1881 - A. Day

Davies Brothers and their Neighbours,'Wolverhampton 21' - P. Thorn

Theatrical Entertainment in Cradley Heath - S.R. Wallin

Nick Adams - A Black Country Sculptor - A. Mabbett

Wulfrun College of F.E. 1970 - 82 - W.L. Pace

Home Straight (Poem) - A. Davis

ISSUE 3

Black Country Personalities - Hilda Mantle - S. Hill

Inside an Early Glasshouse - P. Chandler

The IMI Marston Heritage Centre - J. Boulton

Water Supplies of the Black Country -

    Smestow Valley - B.J. Williams & J. Van Leerzdem

Theodore Mander (1853 - 1900) Whitwick Manor - P. Pegg

Dan's Overalls - J. Sparry

The Gypsies of Brierley Hill - K. Russell

A Black Country 'Garden' - T. Jukes

Black Country Canals - B. Clarke

Brockmoor School (1887-1994) Pt1 - R. Julian

Black Country Gas - C.J.L. Elwell

The Mary Stevens Hospice mpves on - G. Wood

FD Ended - B. Minton

Training & Enterprise - Key to the Future - B. Turner

The Communications of Wolverhampton, Railways - D. Huffer

ISSUE 4

Black Country Personalities - Ian Messiter - S. Hill

Brockmoor School Pt 2 - R. Julian

Early Schooldays in the Black Country - E. Hobbs (nee Hill)

Reflections on Archie Hill's Corridor of Mirrors - P. McDonald

Inside an Early Glasshouse Pt2 - P. Chandler

First Job - D.E.M. Massey

Childhood in Ladymoor, Cisley - F.A. Barnett (transcribed T. Genge)

Around West Bromwich with Ron Davies - R. Davies

Ceres Works, Wolverhampton 1861 - A. Chatwin

The Walsall Anarchists - D.F. Vodden

A Tipton Wedding - J. Boulton

From Gladrags to Ragbags - C. Hackett

Taking the Bad with the Good - N. Sale

Leaving Home - M. Homer

Stourbridge Students - Garman Ryan Collection - J. Swift

From Wolverhampton to Wall Heath via Moose Jaw

    and Medicine Hatt - J. Sparry

Julie Hanson - J. Mantle

Washing Day 1920 (Poem) - C. Hackett

New Feature at the Museum - B. Clarke

The Experts aren't Always Right - E. Cotterill

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