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The publication of the Society’s annual Journal is one of the highlights of the year. It is a high quality production containing articles on various aspects of Liverpool and Merseyside’s history, both ancient and modern, and illustrated with plenty of photographs, maps, engravings etc.
This year’s Journal , the Society’s 15th, contains thirteen articles.
- Port of Liverpool Timeline – Ron Jones
- The Shelmerdine-Rathbone Connection – John Tiernan
- The Hispanic Liverpool Project: Notes on the History of Liverpool’s Luso-Hispanic Communities – Kirsty Hooper
- ‘Liverpool in Ecstacies’: Mafeking Night in Liverpool, May 1900 – John Pinfold
- ‘The Liverpool Phil’: A Brief History of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society Part II – Stephen A Gent
- Arthur Kenrick Lloyd: the story of a nobody – Bill Sergeant
- The David Lewis Hostel and Theatre – John Sharp
- Walking On Water Street, Part 9 – Publicans Galore in the Old Church Yard – Graham Jones
- The Man who bought the Tinted Venus – John Hussey
- Opera in Nineteenth Century Liverpool – Glyn Williams
- Fact & Fancy: Notable Relics of the CSS Shenandoah – J Andrew Briggs & Catherine M Wright
- Rolling with the Punches: Liverpool and Manchester’s experience of professional boxing during the Second World War – Gary Shaw
- William Mackenzie, the Rodney Street Pyramid and a Forgotten Liverpool Great – Richard Macdonald
Articles for the Journal are mostly written by the Society’s own members but articles from non-members are most welcome too. The PDF will give you a good idea of the type of article that has found its way into the Journal over the years.
Major articles should not normally exceed 4,000 words but we are more than happy to publish shorter articles too.
Do you have an idea for an article? In the first instance please email: email@example.com
with a brief explanation of what you have in mind and we’ll take it from there.