File CM/2 - Edward Edwards: letters

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Edward Edwards: letters


  • 1881-1917 (Creation)

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Edward Edwards was professor of History, 1896-1930, and vice-principal of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. He was born in Llanuwchllyn and was the brother of writer and educationalist O. M. Edwards.

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The file contains mainly letters addressed to O. M. Edwards, and a small number to their parents or their sister. The majority of the letters were sent from St John's College, Cambridge, where the writer was a student, or from Aberystwyth, where he was a lecturer and subsequently Professor of History. They describe his activities, pursuits and surroundings in some detail. There are also some references to family news and events.

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Letters, 1881-1917, to Edward Edwards and John Edwards from O. M. Edwards are AF2/1.

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Preferred citation: CM/2

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  • Text: CM/2 (34).