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James Griffiths papers

  • GB 0210 JAMTHS
  • Fonds
  • 1897-1975 (accumulated 1912-1975)

Letters, newspaper cuttings, notes, pamphlets and periodicals, typescripts, reports, volumes of parliamentary debates, and other papers of James Griffiths relating to the following: the coal industry and the South Wales Miners' Federation, 1912-1967; the Labour Party, 1919-1975; the Central Labour College, 1919-1922; National Insurance, 1931-1954; the Colonies, 1939-1972; his work as Secretary of State for Wales, 1964-1966; papers relating to Welsh affairs including devolution, the Welsh Reconstruction Advisory Council, education and local government reorganization, 1935-1975; constituency affairs, 1937-1969; overseas visits, 1936-1968; the Nigeria-Biafra War, 1968-1970; papers relating to his autobiography Pages from Memory, including letters from Gwilym Prys Davies and others, 1961-1969, notebooks, [1960s], typescripts, [1964]-1969, and cuttings of reviews, 1969; unpublished reminiscences, 1955-1974; notes and typescripts for lectures and speeches, 1940-1971; typescripts of broadcasts by Griffiths, 1937-1967; typescripts of articles and reviews, 1940-1974; newspaper cuttings, 1919-1974; and other miscellaneous personal matter, [1930s]-1975; and papers relating to Mrs Silyn Roberts, 1897-1954.

Griffiths, James, 1890-1975

An excursion to North Wales and Chester

  • NLW MS 24197B.
  • File
  • 1829

A manuscript account of an excursion to North Wales and Cheshire, 3-[6] September 1829, by Elizabeth Bower, [of Broxholme House, Doncaster], travelling with her husband John Seddon Bower (f. 1-19).
The couple left their lodgings at Crosby on 3 September and boarded the Prince Llewelyn steam packet at Liverpool (f. 1 verso), sailing along the North Wales coast (ff. 2-5) to Beaumaris (ff. 5-6 verso). They crossed the Menai Bridge (ff. 7-9) and proceeded to Bangor (ff. 9-10 verso), Conway (ff. 12-13 verso) and Chester (ff. 14 verso-18), returning to Liverpool and then Crosby on the [6] September (f. 19). Included are descriptions of Penrhyn Castle, Bangor (f. 11 recto-verso), and Eaton Hall, Chester (ff. 16-18).

Bower, Elizabeth, 1785-1858

Plas Gwyn Estate Records

  • GB 0210 PLASGWYN
  • Fonds
  • [1231]-1847

Estate and family papers of Panton of Bagillt, Flintshire, and Plas Gwyn, Anglesey comprising deeds of the estate in North Wales, 1507-1844; Panton family correspondence, notably that of Paul Panton and Paul Panton junior, 1752-1847; and papers of John Jones (1650-1727), dean of Bangor, including records relating to the diocese of Bangor, and antiquarian correspondence.

Panton family, of Bagillt and Plas Gwyn

'Thin Deep Map'

A photograph, 2016, of the ‘Thin Deep Map’ designed by Erin Kavanagh to depict the multidisciplinary components of the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project, drawing on geological science, medieval literature, poetry by Erin Kavanagh and images by Peter Stevenson to illustrate the change in the coastal border, the prehistoric antlers and related folklore; the map was used in the film ‘Layers in the Landscape’ and in the project exhibitions.

Artists' files Dav-Edw,

Papers relating to the artists: John Davies; Justin Davies; Kürt Davies; Lynn Llewelyn Davies; Lilian Valerie Davies; C. Lowri Davies; Ogwyn Davies; Pamela Davies; Rebecca Davies; Rhodri Glyn Davies; Robin Lorne Davies; Ron Davies; Susan Davies; Tanya Davies; Tim Davies; Pete Davis; Christina Davison; Muriel Delahaye; Marian Delyth; Alwyn Dempster Jones; Brian Denman; Haydn Denman; Lynne Denman; Jennifer Denning; Laura Denning; Eve Dent; David Devonside; Gerald Dewsbury; Lynne Dickens; Kathryn Dodd; Ian J. Douglas; Marie Louise Douglas; Brigitte Doxsey; Mark Draper; Lisa Driscoll; James Duckett; Stephen Dumayne; Tanja Durrant; Wendy Earle; John Anthony East; Anthony Eveleigh; Ebola Café (Tom Belton); Gareth Economides; John Edington; Michael Edmonds; and Fred Langford Edwards.

'Layers in the Landscape' poster

A poster, 2016, describing the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project, produced by Erin Kavanagh to be shown in London as a requirement for funding by the ISRF; the poster was also displayed with the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ film in the National Maritime Museum, Amsterdam, in 2017.

‘King of the Sea Trees’ postcard

A postcard image, 2017, of the ‘King of the Sea Trees’, drawn and designed by Erin Kavanagh with an extract from her poem of the same name; the postcard was produced by the ‘Layers in the Landscape’ project and used in the project exhibitions.

‘King of the Sea Trees’ shanty

A recording, August 2017, of the 'King of the Sea Trees' shanty, composed and performed by David Moore (under the pseudonym Dafydd Eto) and drawing on traditional songs of the sea in response to Erin Kavanagh's poem of the same name, with spoken word and backing vocals by Erin Kavanagh; recorded by Jacob Whittaker and used in the project exhibitions.

'Haenau'r Tirlun' poem

A photograph, November 2017, of 'Haenau'r Tirlun', an englyn composed by Mererid Hopwood for the ‘Layers in Lampeter’ exhibition; photograph by Jacob Whittaker.

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