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Research relating to Rowland Huw Prichard of Bala

  • NLW ex 3058
  • Ffeil
  • 2021

Research by Dr. Clive Gareth Grey on the work of Rowland Huw Prichard, namely: 1) 'The 'Other' Hymn Tunes of Rowland Huw Prichard of Bala (1811-1887)'; 2) 'Sixteen Hymn Tunes including 'Hyfrydol'. Arranged and reharmonised by Clive Gareth Grey. Revised 2021'; 3) 'Un deg chwech o donau. Trefnwyd ac ail-harmoneiddwyd gan Clive Gareth Grey. 2021'. Copies of the above were printed and bound at NLW.

Grey, Dr. Clive

Dissertation relating to the Ukrainian Famine, 1932-33

  • NLW ex 3048
  • Ffeil
  • 2021

A dissertation, by the donor, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the BA History degree at the University of Southampton (13/5/2021), entitled 'You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs: an investigation into the role of Western correspondents and governments in the cover-up of the Ukrainian Famine, 1932-33'. The contribution of the journalist Gareth Jones is covered in this study.

Evans, James

Valerie Wynne-Williams correspondence

  • NLW ex 3075.
  • Ffeil
  • 2017

A file of correspondence, 30 March-7 May 2017, between Valerie Wynne-Williams and her solicitors Kuits on the one hand and Thomas Dilworth and his publishers Penguin Random House UK on the other, relating to the contents of Dilworth's biography David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Painter, Poet (London, 2017). The correspondence resulted in a number of amendments being made to subsequent editions of the book.

Wynne-Williams, Valerie

'Election Bites' scripts

  • NLW ex 2943
  • Ffeil
  • 2016

Six scripts, 2016, of the television programme 'Adrian's Election Bites', being interviews between Adrian Masters, political editor at ITV Wales, and leaders of the political parties in Wales, broadcast on ITV Cymru Wales prior to the 2016 Welsh Assembly elections. The leaders interviewed were Alice Hooker-Stroud (Wales Green Party), Nathan Gill (UKIP), Kirsty Williams (Liberal Democrats), Leanne Wood (Plaid Cymru), Andrew R. T. Davies (Conservatives) and Carwyn Jones (Labour).

Layers in the Landscape Archive

  • GB 0210 LITL
  • Fonds
  • 2015-2020

Manuscript, typescript and traditional printed material created as part of the interdisciplinary Layers in the Landscape project, which applied the concept of deep mapping to the submerged landscape of Cardigan Bay, and in particular the submerged forest at Borth. The papers relate especially to the theoretical side of the project (notably the geomythology of Cardigan Bay and the relationship between poetry and archaeology in the 'King of the Sea Trees' poem), as well as the 'Borth's lost legends' exhibition at Borth Station Museum.

Kavanagh, Erin

Clement family history

  • NLW ex 2917
  • Ffeil
  • 2015

Two volumes, [2015], comprising ‘A millennium of Clement ancestry’ by Dillwyn Clement bearing the Clement coat of arms with the motto ‘I's gorau ein gorau’. The first file contains the ancestry of the Clement family especially in Wales and the second file is an appendix to the study.

Clement, David Dillwyn

Douglas Houston interview

  • NLW ex 2922
  • Ffeil
  • 2015

A copy, [2015], of an interview conducted by Dr Jules Smith with the poet Douglas Houston between August 2011 and early 2012, the last interview before his death. It was published on Hinterland, an online e-poetry journal associated with the University of Leicester, in 2013.

Smith, Dr. Jules

Ashmole 19

  • NLW Facs 1071.
  • Ffeil
  • [2012]

Llungopi o Ashmole Roll 19 a gedwir yn Llyfrgell y Bodley, Rhydychen, yn cynnwys arfbeisiau cyndeidiau John ap Dafydd ap Bened ap Dafydd, a luniwyd gan Wiliam Cynwal yn yr unfed ganrif ar bymtheg (gweler M. P. Siddons, Welsh Pedigree Rolls (1996), rhif. 75).

Cynwal, Wiliam, -1587 or 1588.

Bethania, Aberfan Book of Remembrance

  • NLW MS 24016E.
  • Ffeil
  • 2010

Facsimile copy of a calligraphic book of remembrance to deceased victims of the 1966 disaster at Aberfan, Glamorgan. The original volume was displayed at Bethania Independent chapel, Aberfan, and contained the names, dates of birth, and age upon death of 143 individuals (117 children and 26 adults) who died in the disaster on 21 October 1966, their names arranged under the month in which they were born. The official number of fatalities was 144 individuals (116 children and 28 adults). The identity of the calligrapher, and the circumstances surrounding the creation of the original volume, was unknown to chapel Trustees when asked in 2007.

Mesurau a Deddfau Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru = National Assembly for Wales Measures and Acts,

  • GB 0210 MCCCM
  • Fonds
  • 2008-2019

Mesurau Trydydd Cynulliad Cymru, 2008-2011 a Deddfau Pedwerydd Cynulliad Cymru, 2011-. Arwyddwyd pob mesur a deddf gan Brif Weithredwr a Chlerc Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru. = Measures of the Third Welsh Assembly, 2008-2011 and Acts of the Fourth Welsh Assembly 2011-. All the measures and acts are signed by the Chief Executive and Clerk of the National Assembly for Wales.

Wales. National Assembly

Archif Cymru Yfory

  • GB 0210 CYFORY
  • Fonds
  • 2007-2011

Papers of Cymru Yfory/Tomorrow's Wales, including correspondence, administrative papers, publications and copies of evidence submitted to the All Wales convention, copies of lectures, speeches and campaigning material.

Tomorrow’s Wales (Movement)

"The man who went into the West"

  • NLW Facs 1029.
  • Ffeil
  • 2007

Printouts of web pages, 2007, of an article in Swedish on R. S. Thomas published in Dagens Nyheter, Swedish daily newspaper.

Rogers, Byron.

Photocopy of Mary Grierson's dairy.

  • NLW Facs 974
  • Ffeil
  • 2003

A photocopy of a diary, 1930, kept by Mary Grierson, whilst at school in Bangor, in which she recounts her exploits in the Snowdonia area with three school friends, Brenda Chamberlain, Jean Jones, daughter of E. H. Jones (Registrar of the University College of North Wales, Bangor) and Joy Witton-Davies, daughter of Professor T. Witton-Davies, of the University College of North Wales, Bangor.

Grierson, Mary, 1912-

Art for mercy exhibition : letters.

  • NLW ex 2597.
  • Ffeil
  • 2002, 2008

Correspondence between the donor Rosemary Markham and Peter Prendergast, Kyffin Williams, Jonah Jones, Martin Tinney and others relating to an appeal for the donation of artworks towards the exhibition 'Art for Mercy' at the Washington Gallery, Penarth, 22-24 November 2002, to raise funds for Tearfund, together with minutes of the organising committee and exhibition and auction catalogue. Also included is a letter (in Welsh), 2008, to the donor from David T. Jones, Jonah Jones's son, relating to the project 'Cofio Jonah Jones'.

Prendergast, Peter, 1946-2007.

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