Boydell & Brewer
Publishers of all volumes and series issues by the Suffolk Records Society.
Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History
Founded in 1848 the Institute is Suffolk's largest and oldest archaeological and historical society. For a century and a half it has played an important role in encouraging and publishing research on Suffolk's past.
Suffolk Record Office
Part of Suffolk County Council's Libraries and Heritage Service, three research centres for all aspects of Suffolk History.
British Records Society
The British Records Society was founded in 1887 and publishes the The Index Library which now totals some 113 volumes.
Suffolk Local History Council
Founded in 1953, The S.L.H.C. is a county federation of local societies, groups and bodies interested in local history. Its origins lie back in 1950 with the informal meetings of the Local History Committee, a sub-committee of the Rural Community Council for Suffolk.
The Spanton Jarman Collection of Photographs of Bury St Edmunds
Early photographs of Bury St Edmunds
The Royal Historical Society
The Royal Historical Society was founded in 1868 and remains the foremost society in Great Britain promoting and defending the scholarly study of the past.