magnifying glass (as explained in the accompanying text, used as a link to The Suffolk Institute's website)INDEX                                          

If you reached this page while searching for the "Proceedings of The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History", then note that issues up to 2015 (from 1853) are free to view or download direct from their website by clicking on the magnifying-glass (left)¢ $                              

Our Help Centre contains much local information, including several local graveyard surveys (listed here), censuses, directories, information on local war memorials, books and historic maps.  We have a large number of books, CD's and microfiches of local interest — in fact, we hold a wide variety of records, both physical and digital.


Most of our resources relate to Suffolk — maybe half to the Alde Valley (see map) —
so we believe our archive is a unique resource that should be widely available.
 Our full Index is downloadable from the link at the top of our Downloads page —

as is our recent-acquisitions list (also appearing here and summarised in our Newsletter).


The Index is an Excel-type spreadsheet, to simplify maintenance and searches.  Each physical resource (book, CD, map, whatever) usually carries a sticky PROPERTY-OF label marked with a structured nine-character Reference-id (in Column G), whilst computer filenames are prefixed with their Ref-ID too.

You can read «How to use our Index» by clicking here.


☞   If you identify any items of interest, please feel free to drop in at our fortnightly Help Centre sessions to view them in person.
However, if you are further afield or are seeking information about, or help with, your local family history matters,
you are welcome to visit our Facebook page (to which there is a link at the foot of every webpage).


☞   If you have any observations on the content or production of the Index, please email either or both of us.     

Pat Carter (Archivist) and Steve Stocks (Webmaster)