Camertonia 2 (1951-52)
Key Logo. See Camertonia No 1
Preface, Officers, Lectures and Excursions
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 1 – 3.
3rd A.G.M.W J Wedlake
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 3 – 4.
30th November 1951. Report on work on Bath City Wall. Thanks to Mrs Parfitt and those who helped with research work at the Library and the Archaeological Survey, especially the Kingswood schoolboys under Mr Gardner. Offer of basement room in Henry Street, Bath as Headquarters. Resignation of Nancy Smith. Reports from Officers of the Club. Alterations to the Rules of Membership.
Archaeological Survey of Bath area for Ordnance SurveyMrs E Parfitt
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 4 – 5.
Detailed report on sources of information already covered and future plans. Mention of Meehan Collection.
Camerton Excavation Club Interim Report 1951 – 1952W.J.Wedlake
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 5 – 10.
Camerton excavation; new premises; excavations in Bath City, Chew Valley, London Road Bath; stone coffin and stone axehead discoveries.
Priddy Nine BarrowsW J Wedlake
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 11 – 13.
Transcript from the Skinner MSS in the B.M s
Obituary. The Right Reverend Abbot Horne. O.S.B., F.S.A.W J Wedlake
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 13 – 15.
The First President of the Club. Photograph p 14
Obituary. Dr Arthur Bulleid. L.R.C.P., F.S.A.W J Wedlake
Camertonia 2 (1951-52) pp. 15 – 16.
The Discoverer and Excavator of the Glastonbury Lake Village.