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Welsh Political Ephemera Collection,

  • GB 0210 EPHEMERA
  • Fonds
  • 1837-2021 (accumulated [1911]-2021)

The collection consists of election addresses, leaflets, circulars and other printed matter, 1837-1991, generally acquired before the establishment of the Welsh Political Archive; election addresses, leaflets etc., 1905-2019, collected by the WPA; and printed materials, 1887-2019, concerning the political parties in Wales, various pressure groups and organisations, subject files, and other miscellaneous papers.

Welsh Political Archive.

CMA: Calvinistic Methodist Archive

  • GB 0210 CALMETHS
  • Fonds
  • 1734-2011

The records deposited in 1934 included two major groups, the 'Trevecka Group' and the 'Bala College Group'. The former, which represents the largely autonomous 18th-century development of Methodism in Wales, beginning in the 1730s, is centred on the archives of the founding father of Welsh Methodism, Howell Harris, and of the religious community which he established, the 'Trevecka Family'. Besides the 290 volumes of Howell Harris's diaries (for 1735-73), it comprises some 3000 letters, accounts of Societies (individual groups of adherents) and records of Associations. The 'Bala College Group' represents the development of Methodism during the 19th century, its spread in North Wales, the separation from the Established Church in 1811 and the formation of the Confession of Faith in 1823. The accessions of the years 1934 to 1974 include the records of the Sasiwn [the Association], district meetings, colleges, some individual chapels and churches, personal archives (both those of ministers and laymen), and those of the Foreign Mission. In content, the accessions of the years 1974-83 are distinguished from those of the earlier period by the high proportion of records of individual churches, many of them deposited because of the closure of the church. A third series, following a classification similar to that of the second, lists accessions from July 1983 onwards. The records of the North Cardiganshire Presbytery, detailed in a schedule [c.1940], have been withdrawn. Particular mention should be made of the archives of the Foreign Mission, which cover the missionary work of the Church in North East India from its beginning in the 1840s.

Harris, Howell, 1714-1773

E. G. Wright Collection of Anglesey and Merionethshire Deeds

  • GB 0210 EGWRIGHT
  • Fonds
  • 1551-1902 (accumulated 20th century) /

Deeds and documents, mostly relating to cos Ang. and Mer. Several items relate to the Lloyd family of Dduallt, Ffestiniog, co. Mer., 1551-1740. The collection also includes overseer's accounts and other parochial records relating to the parish of Llandyfrydog, co. Ang., 1828-1869.

Wright, Evan Gilbert, 1903-1994.

Cambrian Archaeological Association archive

  • GB 0210 CAMION
  • Fonds
  • 1846-1989

Records of the Cambrian Archaeological Association, including minute books, 1847-1989; committee attendance books, 1920-1975; agenda books, 1921-1947; correspondence, 1846-1989; treasurer's records, 1895-1982; members' papers and registers, 1930-1988; general secretary's papers, 1958-1989; conference papers, 1967-1983; and publication records, 1931-1988.
Additional records of the Association, 1989-1998, were received. This group remains uncatalogued.
Further records of the Cambrian Archaeological Association were received. These remain uncatalogued.
CAA records received as a Bequest from Donald Moore per Christopher Moore, April 2015,9 large archive box.

Cambrian Archaeological Association

Llythyrau llenorion Cymraeg

  • NLW MS 22036D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1917-1986

Over seventy letters and cards, 1917-1986, of miscellaneous provenance from twentieth-century Welsh writers to various recipients; the correspondents include E. Tegla Davies (1) 1956, W. J. Gruffydd (1) 1952, R. T. Jenkins (1), 1946, David James Jones (Gwenallt) (1) 1953, T. Gwynn Jones (9) 1923-1939, J. Saunders Lewis (5) 1931-1976, Caradog Prichard (4) 1962-1972, Kate Roberts (28) 1937-1983, D. J. Williams (6) 1917-1969, and T. H. Parry-Williams (1) 1953.

John Tripp Papers

  • GB 0210 JOHNTRIPP
  • Fonds
  • [1950s]-1986

Literary papers of John Tripp, [1950s]-1985, including drafts and notes of published and unpublished poetry, 1968-1985; prose works comprising plays for radio and television, mostly not broadcast, miscellaneous prose drafts and notes, 1969-1985; correspondence mostly with other Anglo-Welsh and Welsh authors, 1967-1986; critical reviews of and by J.T., 1968-1985; and personal and miscellaneous papers, [1950s]-1986, such as press cuttings, papers relating to literary organisations and events, J.T.'s employment, photographs and other personal ephemera, and drafts or published versions of works by other writers given to or collected by him.

An additional consignment of papers of John Tripp comprising correspondence and some prose works. This group remains uncatalogued.

Tripp, John, 1927-1986

Papurau Elfyn Jenkins

  • GB 0210 ELFINS
  • Fonds
  • 1950-1955

Papurau ymchwil Elfyn Jenkins, 1950-1955, yn ymwneud â thafodiaith Llŷn, sir Gaernarfon, a fwriadwyd ar gyfer gradd MA, gan gynnwys drafftiau llawysgrif a theipysgrif o'r traethawd anorffenedig = Research papers, 1950-1955, of Elfyn Jenkins relating to the dialect of Llŷn, Caernarfonshire, intended for an MA degree, including manuscript and typescript drafts of the unfinished thesis.

Jenkins, Elfyn.

D C Harries Collection : Military Portraits

  • D C Harries Military Portraits
  • Ffeil
  • [c1890-c1947]

Over nine hundred portraits, mostly studio, predominantly of First World War era British Soldiers. Most are individual portraits, some are in small groups with family or friends, also large group photographs. Many depicting a Territorial Force summer camp may well be from a 1913 camp held between Bridge and Lovelock farms, Ffairfach in the summer of 1913. The vast majority are anonymous but some can be given approximate dates by the presence of overseas service chevrons, good conduct stripes etc. Many of those dated 1914, especially the Pembroke Yeomanry, may well date from the years preceding the outbreak of WW1. Other portraits are of members of associated services and include veterans of earlier conflicts and servicemen & women from World War Two. The latter category including American troops from the 28th Division who were camped in South Wales from October 1943 until July 1944 as well as Free French and Belgian soldiers. Both US Corps of Engineers and infantry corps are represented. The engineers are believed to be men of the 103rd Engineer Battalion who served with the 28th Division. Their headquarters from October 1943 to April 1944 was the Hotel Belgrave, Tenby. There are also a considerable number of US Quartermaster Corps GI's including African-American soldiers.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

Rhondda place-names

  • NLW MS 16264D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1921-1938

Notebook of Henry Harris, Ystrad Rhondda, begun in 1921, containing lists of place-names and field names in the Rhondda. Some of the names are taken from a tithe map of 1847 (ff. i, 1-51).
Also included is a typescript list of the same place-names, on loose sheets, the names numbered and in alphabetical order (ff. 52-98); typescript and manuscript notes, [?1938], on the Rhondda in the year 1737, including transcripts of Overseers of the Poor accounts (ff. 103-109); notes, 1938, relating to bird life in the Rhondda (f. 110); and three letters to Harris, October 1921-May 1928, including two from M. H. Jones, Penllwyn (ff. 99-102).

Harris, Henry, 1871-

Caniad Llywelyn ab Ivan ab y Gov

  • NLW MS 9391D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1935

An extract translated into staff notation by Arnold Dolmetsch from British Museum Additional MS 14905, 29 January 1935.

Dolmetsch, Arnold, 1858-1940

Radnorshire & Breconshire mineral springs

  • NLW MS 9666A.
  • Ffeil
  • [1872x1933]

A copy of Pryse's Handbook to the Radnorshire & Breconshire Mineral Springs: With Various Descriptive Journeys and Excursions Therefrom to Numerous Places of Interest in Central Wales (Llanidloes, 1872), with identifications and additions, transcribed from A Journey to Llandrindod Wells, 2nd edn (1746), in the autograph of Sir Joseph Bradney.

Pryse, John, 1826-1883

Cardiganshire Constabulary register of criminals.

  • NLW MS 23203B [RESTRICTED ACCESS]
  • Ffeil
  • 1897-1933

A register of criminals apprehended by Cardiganshire Constabulary, 1897-1933, with physical descriptions of prisoners and details of previous convictions. Photographs are included of most of those sentenced between 1897 and 1909.

Llansadwrn, Carmarthenshire, school records, &c.

  • NLW MS 13928B.
  • Ffeil
  • 1854-1861, 1930

A volume containing attendance registers, accounts, committee minutes and memoranda, 1854-1856, of the charity school at Llansadwrn, co. Carmarthen, in the hand of the schoolmaster, John L. Butler. Also included are accounts, memoranda and correspondence in Butler's hand, 1858-1861, relating to his activities as a tea dealer and grocer in Dowlais, together with a signed temperance pledge witnessed by Butler (f. 37 verso), temperance verses in Welsh (ff. 39 verso-40), and a letter from J. J. Thomas, Carmarthen, 1930 (f. 24).

Butler, John L., of Llansadwrn and Dowlais

Castell Gorfod Manuscripts

  • GB 0210 CASFOD
  • Fonds
  • 1567-1920 (accumulated [mid-19 cent.]-1920)

Manuscripts and rare books relating mostly to the counties of Brecknockshire and Carmarthenshire, on subjects such as history, topography and especially genealogy, 1604-1859, including a transcript of the Golden Grove Book of pedigrees and other pedigrees, relating mainly to South Wales families; 19th century transcripts and copies of letters, including some from Sir Walter Raleigh, [1624]-[1807]; lists of Carmarthenshire sheriffs and Brecknockshire Lords Lieutenant, 1809-1849; parts of original manuscripts of Theophilus Jones and William Owen Pughe, [1792]-[1805]; notebooks and scrapbooks, 1839; and various annotated printed books; and deeds and other documents, 1588-1911, relating mostly to properties in Brecknockshire (particularly in the parish of Bronllys), with a few relating to Carmarthen and Swansea.

Joseph, Joseph, 1825?-1890

Autograph album

  • NLW MS 22875C.
  • Ffeil
  • 1879-1918

An autograph album, 1879-1918, thought to belong to 'Ap Ieuan', possibly Samuel Evans, a member of Tabernacl Welsh Congregational church, Shrewsbury, containing entries in Welsh, English, Chinese and other eastern and African languages, mainly by Congregationalist ministers and missionaries, including Ben Davies, Pant-teg, T. Eynon Davies, David Picton Jones, J. R. Kilsby Jones and H. Elvet Lewis ('Elfed'); together with pasted-in photographs. Papers found loose inside have been tipped in at the end of the volume (ff. 27-32).

Evans, Samuel, Ap Ieuan.

Ellen Glynne's Charity

  • NLW MS 22887C.
  • Ffeil
  • 1796-1909

Minute-book, 1796-1909, of the trustees of the charity created by the will of Ellen Glynne of Elernion, parish of Llanaelhaearn, co. Caernarfon, spinster, respecting the almshouse at Llandwrog and property in the parishes of Llandwrog and Llanllyfni, co. Caernarfon, and in the parish of Llangoed, co. Anglesey. The minutes include details of admittances to the almshouse and details of tenants, rents and repair of trust property. Also included in the volume are copies of the will, 1727, with codicils, 1728 and 1732/3, of Ellen Glynne, proved at London, 1733 (tipped in between ff. i and ii; ff. 1-6v).

Glynne, Ellen, d. 1733?

Cyfrifon crydd.

  • NLW MS 16249D.
  • Ffeil
  • 1887-1906

Llyfr cyfrifon, 1887-1906, [David Hughes], crydd, o Lanuwchllyn, sir Feirionnydd, yn cynnwys manylion atgyweiriadau a wnaethpwyd, costau'n daladwy, ayyb. = A ledger, 1887-1906, of [David Hughes], bootmaker, of Llanuwchllyn, Merioneth, containing details of repairs carried out, costs payable, etc.

Hughes, David, 1838-1923.

Burchinshaw and Tremadog Deeds,

  • GB 0210 LIVOOL
  • Fonds
  • 1602-1900 (accumulated 1900-1931)

Deeds, mostly relating to the estate of the Burchinshaw family, Denbighshire, 1668-1750, and the Tremadog, Caernarfonshire, estate of the Roche family, 1895-1900.

Burchinshaw and Roche families.

Llawlyfr cyfarwyddiadol i ganu Penillion

  • NLW MS 16595C
  • Ffeil
  • [?1890au]

Adysgrif, [?1890au], gan John Williams (Wyr yr Eos), o'r traethawd 'Llawlyfr Cyfarwyddiadau i ganu Penillion ac Awdlau gyda'r Tannau' a ysgrifennwyd yn y 1870au gan ei daid John Williams (Eos Môn). = A transcript, [?1890s], by John Williams (Wyr yr Eos), of an essay on penillion singing, 'Llawlyfr Cyfarwyddiadau i ganu Penillion ac Awdlau gyda'r Tannau', written in the 1870s by his grandfather John Williams (Eos Môn).
Cynhwysir hefyd lythyr, 22 Medi 1955, gan y rhoddwr, yn disgrifio hanes y llawysgrif (f. i). = Also included is a covering letter, 22 September 1955, from the donor, describing the history of the manuscript (f. i).

Wyr yr Eos, 1870-1929

Tour in Wales and Ireland

  • NLW MS 23064iD.
  • Ffeil
  • 1848-1891

Journal of a tour through Wales and part of Ireland in August 1848 by Charles Lucey of Clapham and later of Henley, shipwright, with a map showing his itinerary and further notes added by him, 1856-1891.

Lucey, Charles (Shipwright)

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