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.

1971 continued

ISSUE 4

Lucy Woodhall - P. Barnsley

Wednesbury Poor Law Rate Book - D.D.

A Famed Sunbeam Mechanic - H.P.

A Master Craftsman of Churchill, Worcs. - F.E. Campbell

Some Black Country Words - D. Foster

The 1921 Coal Strike - H.J. Haden

Jem Butler V Joe Burton - T. Langley

Subterranean Fires in the Black Country - J.M.F.

Pollution Survey, Walsall Canal

Prince End Railaway Station - M. Hall

The Guest Hospital Dudley

Stourton Castle - P. Rostron

Wolverhampton Low Level Railway Line -

                                                             Springfield CS School

1971

ISSUE 1

The Story of Pargeter St, Walsall (Portland Vase) - H.E. Green

New Hawne Colliery - J. Thompson & R. Moss

Herbert's Park Tavern, Darlaston - J.M.F.

The Hill & Smith Story - H. Parsons

Wedgbury Market - Mrs M. Hutchinson

Breweries & Brewers - D. Preedy

Tramways of the Black Country

E. Wood & Sons of Lye (Anvil makers) - G.Stevens & K. Fellows

The Black Country Farmer (Joe Beasley of Lutley) - P. Barnsley

A Craftsman to Remember (Les Allen-Boat Builder) - P. Freakley

1921 Coal Strike - L. Rowbottom

Two Recent Canal Reports

1972

ISSUE 2

Bradley & Foster - L. Holden

Emanuel Tinsley V Harry Catron - T. Langley

Disaster at Coombes Wood - P. Barnsley

Charles II at Bentley - D. Foster

Bradley & Moxley Railway Stations - M. Hall

Great Tinplate Workers Strike - W. Highfield

Book Review - Glass of Frederick Carder - H.J. Haden

ISSUE 3

The Aaron Man - J.S. Allen

Baker - A Lye Firm - G. Stevens

King of the Black Country - G. Stevens

Witley Colliery - P. Barnsley

Baggeridge Poker 19341-2 - S.A. Williams

The Christian Church & The Black Country - Rev. E.J. Alldrit

Fighting Holdens of Walsall - T. Langley

Women in the Nail - J.M.F

Name This Child - H.J.Haden

History under the Foundation Stone - J.B.

ISSUE 4

By Rail to Halesowen - M. Hale & N. Williams

Darby Hand Cricket Club - P. Barnsley

The Brewers Swan sung - G. Stevens

Church Hill, Wednesbury - R.Taylor

West Bromwich in the 30's - A.E. Truby

Toll End, Tipton - D.D.

Bird Watching - P.B.

Full Circle-Richard Smith - Rev E.T.B. Farncombe

The Black Country - Rev J.B. Owen M.A.

Tipton 1912-Health Hygiene & Sanitation - J. Brimble

Top Church, Dudley - Rev R. Efemey

1972

ISSUE 1

The Mander Story - H. Parsons

A Black Country Childhood - S.H. Edge

Company Cameo: Samuel Lewis & Co.

The Black Country from an early Railway Guide - P. Bryars

G.P. Grazebrook by Rail to Halesowen (Pt.II) - M. Hale & N. Williams

50yrs of Wireless in Wolverhampton - H. Parsons

Josiah Parkes & Sons - H. Parsons

Public Houses in Wednesbury - G. Norton

Landscape with - Label - L. Jay

Staffordshire Blues, Quarries & Half Enders - G. Stevens

1973

ISSUE 2

Thoughts on Trams - C. Spencer

A Darlaston Gun Catalogue

Historic Churches of The Black Country - J. Roper

The Stour Vale Lire & The Dudley Moon - A.E. Truby

All Saints Church, Darlaston - J.M.F.

An Old 'Old Hill' Smithy - R. Moss

Black Country Friendly Societies - H.J. Haden

The Black Country's earliest recorded Wireless Transmission -

                                                             W.C.L. Moorwood

Life in Halesowen & Old Hill - S.H. Edge

Railway Stations at Darlaston - M. Hale

ISSUE 3

An Airship over Amblecote - J.R. Williams

Cannon Industries - H. Parsons

The Birth of a Small Car - S.H. Edge

Thomas Pearce, Walsall - H.E. Green

Smethwick's early School Board Education - L.E. Webster

Early Days beneath Dudley - J.M.F.

Black Country Place Nmaes - L.O. Clarke

A Survey of the Stourbridge Canal - P. Purcell

Weldless Steel Tube Co. Ltd - H. Parsons

Book Review: William Caslon (johnson Ball) - H.J. Haden

ISSUE 4

The Halesowen Cavalry - J.R. Williams

She Lived in Six Reigns (Sedgley)

Drama at the Hawthorns - P. Barnsley

Sky High MP's in 19th Century Dudley - H.J. Haden

Umfshire (Willenhall) - Mrs H.M. Durman

Downings Hand Pumps - R. Moss

The Gas Industry, Tube Trade & The Fosters - D. Foster

Sandwell Park Colliery Co. - D. Dilworth

Black Country Structure Plans

J.P.S. means Beer - G. Stevens

Technical Education in Smethwick - L.E. Webster

1973

ISSUE 1

The Beginnings of Methodism in Wednesbury - J.M.F.

A Large Tipton Family - J. Parsons

Paperweights

West Bromwich Volunteer Corps. - J.R. Williams

West Bromwich Gun Trade (19th cent) - G. Stevens

A Little Black Country Colliery - A.E. Price

Post Boxes Made in the Midlands - H. Parsons

Reminiscences - Walsall History - H.E. Green

Wolverhampton Trolley Bus - R. Clark

Tipton Free Library - J. Brimble

William Glazebrook (1791 - 1878) - P. Rostron

Dudley's Historic Buildings

They serve the Black Country Society - D. Simkins & A Moseley

 

1974

ISSUE 2

Black Country Childhood - E. Rubery

Early School Days - E. Massey

Can we save Haden Hall - P. Barnsley

The Making of a Museum - J. Brimble

Square Dealing (Tokens) - P. Rostron

The Elwell's Wednesbury Church - J>M>F>

The Wesley Handstamp

Henry William Treece - G. Stevens

A Methodist Worthy

A Boozers Guide to the Font of Knowledge - H.J. Haden

Ciseley Railway Station - M. Hale

John Petty (Walsall Author) - A. Price

From Brierley Hill to British Columbia - S. Hill

1974 is continued on the next page

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