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41st Welsh Regiment

Copy of a framed photograph of a formal group portrait. "41st Welsh Regiment" has been written in ink on the negative. This regiment ceased to exist after 1881 when it amalgamated with the 69th (South Lincolnshire) Regiment of foot.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

Arllenfawr.

Photograph of the exterior of a stone built house with three dormer windows at the front. Arllen Fawr is a grade II listed building dating back to the 1500s.

John Peris Jones.

Articles

The contents of a concertina file (discarded) entitled 'Christopher Morgan, freelance writer', arranged by Imelda Morgan his sister, comprising articles, many published in the 'Freelance Informer', and poems, 1992-204, and lett...

Branson, R E

Studio portrait of a United States Army serviceman, believed to be in an Engineer Regiment (as per enclosure). His uniform has one medal ribbon attached as well as a shoulder patch and two collar badges.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

Bridge End, Llanrhaiadr, looking west.

Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant with the Plough Inn (landlord E.J. Hughes) on the left. On the right can be seen an enamelled sign advertising Home & Colonial Tea. In the 1911 census Edward John Hughes aged 48 is listed as the landlord of the Plough ...

E. C. Burns.

Bronilog, Llansilin.

View of a large two storey house set among trees. The house has a distinctive veranda running the length of the front and is approached along a straight driveway. Although spelt 'Bronilog' on the original enclosure, should this read �...

John Peris Jones.

Casgliad John Peris Jones Collection

  • Casgliad John Peris Jones Collection
  • Ffeil / File
  • [1899-1913].

Glass negatives, the majority of views in and around Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant during the first decade of the twentieth century. The original numbering system (1, 2, 2a, 3 etc.) has been retained with the prefix JPJ added. Many were used to produce ...

[Various]

Castile magazine

Copies of 'Castile', vol. 1, no's 2-3, undated, including poems by Christopher Morgan. 'Castile' was edited by Richard Thomas, and stated to be the successor to 'The New Clynian', which had been established in th...

Children's culture

'Playground and street games record cards', mainly versions of tag / touch, written by boys in Forms 1M and 1R of Neath grammar school, being homework set by Christipher Morgan, March 1971, and a copy of 'Sawdsheet Three', a cy...

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