The Hunter Archaeological Society was founded in 1912 to study and report on the archaeology, history and architecture of South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire in recognition of the work of Joseph Hunter in researching and recording the history of the region.
- William Addy & Nathaniel Stringer Stenographers S.O. Addy p 95
- The Sembly Quest Charles Drury p 105
- A Visit to Sheffield in the 18th Century J.E. Tyler p112
- Excavations at Cresswell Crags, Derbyshire, 1924-26 A. Leslie Armstrong p 116
- Letters and other Papers relating to Church Affairs in Sheffield Rev. C.V. Collier p 123
- Thee Court Leat of the Manor of Sheffield p143
- The Bay as a Unit of Measurement James R. Wigfull p 154
- Beauchief Abbey W.H. Bigar p163
- Walkley Hall W.H. Bigar, C. Drury and R.G. Bagshaw – 165
- Extracts from a Late Eighteenth Century Diary John. B Wheat
Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society: Vol III No 2.