Oxford Historical Society
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Distribution||Boydell & Brewer|
The society formally became a charity in 2003.
The OHS exists to publish archives, historical texts, bibliographical tools and studies about the city and University of Oxford, and the neighbouring villages and towns in Oxfordshire (as it was before 1972). The society seeks out materials from a wide variety of sources for its research. It has published around 140 volumes on the history of Oxford and Oxfordshire, especially concentrating on early records.
The Society is administered by a committee of trustees from the University and city of Oxford.
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