CONTACT DETAILS UPDATE - To contact the Librarian with collection queries, or to order one of our publications, please email - SLS Librarian (Gerry Nichols)
Please also note than any residual references in obsolete paperwork, book stickers etc., to our former librarian, the late Reg Carter, or to a return address in either Twickenham or Kingston Upon Thames must be ignored as these are obsolete.
Current Library Catalogue / the Master Accession list.
(Section and lists last updated 28 Mar 2017)
Book details are now included in the site search facility therefore the search option is duplicated on this page too.
A full catalogue listing is also supplied as a CSV file suitable for importation into a database programme and also some spreadsheets. Given the size of the file when imported in full ( 7 columns wide by 17999 rows) prospective users should check that their chosen application can handle that number of data items.
If you do not wish to use the PDF options above you can use the search box below to check your entered word(s) against the full text content of all pages on the site, which includes the Library Catalogue text. To use the electronic search option enter your desired text into the white box and then click find. The text index & site map are scheduled with FreeFind for an automated check for site content updates each Monday.
Work In Progress / Future developments
Work is programmed to update this website during late 2010 and early 2011 from the current format, built as a static html site, to the latest dynamic php (database driven) style. The two sections to be worked on for early conversion will be the meetings calendar and the library index/database.
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The withdrawn 2006 Catalogue
The last printed catalogue - The 2006 Catalogue included over 200 new titles and was the last paper copy to be compiled and issued. That catalogue was put on line in late 2006 as a set of pdfs and for ease of loading was split into two parts with an index at the beginning of each part. It has now been completely deleted from the live version of this website but has been archived off-line.