Excerpt from Surrey Archaeological Collections, 1926, Vol. 37: Relating to the History and Antiquities of the County; Part I
Local work for the society. - The Council would make, with fresh emphasis, its usual appeal for more assist ance in local work. The large number of Loc... al Secretaries now appointed should make it easy for Members to ascertain directions in which their efforts would be most useful: but the Honorary Secretary is at all times ready also to give, and to receive, information. The amount of work which may be done (not necessarily of a technical or difficult character) is unlimited; and the proportion of Members who assist personally in the Society's activities is Still far too small.
Membership or the society. - This has risen in a very gratifying manner to a total larger than any previously registered: but the number is still not great enough to balance the increase in necessary expenditure (especially on printing) since the War. The number of Members at the time of writing is 540.
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