William Hanneford-Smith FRSE AMICE ARIBA(Hon) (1878–1954) was a 20th century British engineer and publisher.
He was born in 1878 the son of Francis Smith.
He started working for B. T. Batsford Publishers in London in 1893 aged 15.
He trained as an engineer but instead went back into publishing, and is remembered for his connections to B. T. Batsford where he rose to be Director of the company. He lived most of his life at 1 The Avenue, Gravesend.
- Editor from 1907 of "Kempe's Engineers Year Book" (founded by his father and H. R. Kempe in 1893)
- Architectural Works (1934) with Sir Bannister Fletcher
- The Architectural Work of Sir Bannister Fletcher (1934)
- Recollections of Half a Century's Association with the House of Batsford 1893-1943 (1943)
- The Bookseller (journal) issue 2471
- The London Gazette 13 May 1955
- Biographical Index of Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783–2002 (PDF). The Royal Society of Edinburgh. July 2006. ISBN 0 902 198 84 X.
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