GB 0210 GERWIN
Geraint Goodwin Papers,
- 1929-1987 / (Creation)
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Name of creator
Arthur Geraint Goodwin, a novelist and short-story writer, was born on 1 May 1903, at Newtown, Powys. He moved to London in 1923 where he worked as a journalist having previously worked as an apprentice on The Montgomeryshire Express. He died in 1941 of tuberculolosis and in 2010 The Geraint Goodwin Society was formed.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
Geraint Goodwin's daughter, Mrs Myfanwy Lumsden; Montgomery; Donation; November 2014; 6806162.
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Scope and content
Typescript and manuscript copies of novels and short stories by Geraint Goodwin, 1929-1987.
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System of arrangement
Arranged at NLW into two series: literary papers and miscellaneous papers.
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Conditions governing access
Readers consulting modern papers in the National Library of Wales are required to abide by the conditions set out in information provided when applying for their Readers' Tickets, whereby the reader shall become responsible for compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 in relation to any processing by them of personal data obtained from modern records held at the Library.
Conditions governing reproduction
Usual copyright rules apply.
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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales
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Description follows NLW guidelines based on ISAD(G) 2nd ed.; AACR2; and LCSH
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Compiled by Ann Francis Evans. The following sources were used in the compilation of this description: Oxford DNB website and Wikipedia, viewed 2 September 2015;