The first County Archivist of the Royal Berkshire Archives (formerly the Berkshire Record Office) was Felix Hull in 1948, and there have been many other County Archivists since then.
This page provides a list of all of them, together with an image of each under their name, right up to the present County Archivist, Mark Stevens.
Simply scroll through to see who looked after the running of the archive service throughout the history of the RBA.
Felix Hull 1948 to 1952 (photograph courtesy of Kent Archives Service)
Peter Walne 1952 to 1962 (photograph courtesy of Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies)
Will Smith 1962 to 1967 (seen here with a later County Archivist, Peter Durrant MBE, at the 50th Anniversary of the RBA)
Angela Green 1967 to 1979
Amanda Arrowsmith 1979 to 1982 (seen here with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at the official opening of the Shire Hall, Reading in 1981)
Adam Green 1983 to 1988
Peter Durrant MBE 1988 to 2014 (seen here with HRH The Princess Royal at the opening of the RBA in Coley Avenue, Reading in 2001)
Mark Stevens 2015 to the present (photograph courtesy of Get Reading)