TURNER SOCIETY JOURNAL
The journal of the Turner Society is free to members and available for 50p to nonmembers. The Society was founded in 1975. The journal contains a variety of information, news, and articles. The Spring 1976 issue, for instance, began with an editorial about establishing a Turner gallery, which was followed by a miscellany of news, and ended with Part II of the text of a lecture delivered to the Society by Jack Lindsay.[e] The address given in the journal is Turner Society, BM Box Turner, London WC1V 6XX.