University of Exeter Library online searchable catalogue – The Devon and Exeter Institution Library holdings are incorporated into the University of Exeter Library online searchable catalogue.
Devon Archaeological Society – The Devon Archaeological Society plays an important role in the protection and management of the county’s archaeological sites and historic buildings.
The Devonshire Association – Advancing science, literature and the arts in Devon since 1862.
Exeter Cathedral – The Cathedral Library and Archives at Exeter contain nationally and internationally significant treasures.
Society of Genealogists – Offers lectures, courses and visits.
Devon History Society – Supporting local history since 1970 through its journals, its meetings and its encouragement of local authors and research.
Association of Independent Libraries – Founded in 1989 to further the conservation restoration and public awareness of a too little known but significant section of our cultural heritage.
Devon Gardeners Trust – Devon Gardeners Trust is an active charity which aims to promote the education of the public on matters connected with the arts and sciences of garden land and to preserve, enhance and re-create for education and enjoyment of the public whatever garden land may exist in and around the county of Devon.
The Dartington Hall Trust Archive – The Dartington Hall Trust Archive and Collection manages art and artifacts, archives and bibliographic collections belonging to The Dartington Hall Trust.
South West Maritime History Society – Based in South West England, to encourage interest in all aspects of maritime history and promote research in these fields.
Silverton Local History Society
Friends of Devon Archives
Friends of Exeter Cathedral
The Historical Association – The Historical Association is an independent charity incorporated by Royal Charter and has been supporting the study and enjoyment of history since 1906. It publishes a range of material to support teachers in primary, secondary education, academics and researchers and all those who love history. All past publications and articles are available online as well as a wide range of online resources. There are over 50 branches nationwide who run over 300 walks, talks and visits annually.