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The Wycombiensian Magazines

John Saunders is in possession of a range of editions from 1957 onwards and would welcome more (read this).
Following his lead I have now scanned my own collection of Wycombiensians (1951 - 1956) and have also received earlier editions from the fabulous '49ers.

Clicking one of the links below will open a pdf file in a new tab or window.

Edition Worth reading for:- Edition Worth reading for:-

April 1955
Original owned by me

Obituary for Alan Coventry, aged 39, New Sports pavillion, Ruddigore, School jazz band, Toton Marshalling Yards.Empire and Commonwealth.    

April 1954
Original owned by me

 

September 1954
Original owned by me

 
   

September 1953
Owned by me

 

March 1952
Original owned by D Wiltshire

 

September 1952
Original owned by me

 

April1951
Original owned by D Wiltshire

 

September 1951
Original owned by me

 

April 1950
Original owned by Tony Barr

  September 1950
Original owned by David Wiltshire
 
February 1949
Original owned by B Peaty
 

September 1949
Original owned by B Peaty

 

Spring 1948
Original owned by D Wiltshire

 

Summer 1948
Original owned by B Peaty

 

Spring 1947
Original owned by D Wiltshire

     
June 1946
Original owned by B Peaty
     
June 1945
Original owned by D. Wiltshire
Quote:- "this edition is a special effort to bridge the gap between 1942 and 1945" September 1945
Original owned by B Peaty
 
1943 - 1944 No editions published during these war years.      
   

September 1939 
Original owned by Tony Barr

 
   

October 1936
Original owned by D. Wiltshire

 

1911 (extract)  
Original owned by Tony Barr

References to the building of the new school. Speech Day, Debating Society discuss pre-1914 strikes.    

Viewing the pdf file:- Hopefully, depending on your browser, you will see some controls allowing you to move through all the pages (usually more than 50). You should also be able to zoom in or out of the pages
Alternatively you can print or download the file to your computer and open it in Adobe Reader or similar.

Does anyone have copies of the missing editions after 1945 or any earlier i.e. 1940, 1941, 1942 ?

This Bankers Order was enclosed with the February 1949 edition.

Note: I find the pdfs are best viewed using Firefox. on a large screen
Internet Explorer and Chrome also work but not as well.
If using an Android tablet or phone the device will probably download the file and then open its own pdf viewer app.
My solution to viewing a pdf on my Android tablet and phone is use Firefox with the PDF viewer addon

Anyone using an iPad, Kindle etc? Let me know if it works


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