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Panel of Lecturers (Second Series).
|Archaeological Photography||Mr P A Connolly, 47 Norfolk Road, Gravesend.|
|Bronze Age in East Kent||Mr J Bradshaw, 8 Forest House, Challock, Ashford|
|Cave Paintings||E C H Jones Esq, CBE, BSc, FRAI. 104 Goddington Lane, Orpington|
|Dendrochronology & Timber Houses||E R Swain Esq, "Old Mill Cottage," Chequers Hill, Doddington.|
|Eltham Valley||Mr B.Gipson, "Greenside," Stockers Hill, Rodmersham, Sittingbourne.|
|Footscray Place||Mr John Mercer, BSc (Econ.), " Wraysbury," 16 Eynswood Drive, Sidcup|
|Genealogy & Family History||Cecil R Humphrey-Smith Esq, FHS, Northgate, Canterbury, Kent.|
|Herculaneum & Pompeii||B. J. Philp Esq, ACCS. 242 Langley Way, West Wickham, Kent.|
|Industrial Archaeology in Kent||Mrs J H Saynor, MA, 4S Kenwood Drive, Beckenham, Kent|
|Jullieberries Grave||Mr Ian A Grant, RIP, The Saxon Cemetery, Sarre.|
|Kentish Castles||Miss E Pole-Stuart, JP, BA, PhD "Leonis," 4 The Bayle, Folkestone.|
|Lullingstone Park Excavations||Graeme K. Horner, FBOA, 17 Orchard Road, Sidcup.|
|Mausoleum Temple at Lullingstone||Lieut. Col. G W Meates, FSA, The Gatehouse, Lullingstone Castle, Eynsford|
|Old Tunbridge Wells||Mr R G E Sandbach, BA, The Municipal Museum, Tunbridge Wells|
|Parish Records as a Local History Source||Mrs K M Percy (Nat. Trust), 42 Queen Anne's Gate, London S.W.1.|
|Queensborough's History||Applications to "The Town Hall, Queenborough."|
|Romano Celtic Temples & Cults of Source||W S Penn, BSc, 53 Hollywood Lane, Strood.|
|Saxon Cemetery at Polhill||Tony C Young, Esq., "Upland," The Rise, Sevenoaks.|
|The Pilgrim's Way||Mrs A E.Halsall, 41 Manor Road. Crayford.|
|Uses of a Level on Archaeological Sites||Mr J E L Caiger, "Three Ways," 43A Barnehurst Avenue, Barnehurst.|
|Village Churches of Kent||Mr Marcus Crouch FLA, "Springfield," Maidstone, Kent.|
NOTE: All organisations affiliated to the KARGC may make application to any of the lecturers listed, for a lecture at an agreed fee of £1, which provides a token payment towards the expenses of the lecturer who is kindly providing his time to help with the work of the KARGC Lecture Panel.