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Gwyn Thomas photographs

These photographs relating to the family and career of Gwyn Thomas were found on cataloguers desk in a brown envelope marked "photographs" without any explanation following a period of absence. However photograph 0200500920/1 is marked in ink "M Parnell D778 Mark required print X" suggesting that these are from the same source as photographs bearing accession no. 0199900613.

T. Lloyd the Harpist

Full-length portrait of a middle-aged man with a harp standing in front of the doorway to a stone built house. He is wearing a medal on his chest, possibly signifying a win at a local eisteddfod. This could possibly be Tom Lloyd the harpist (1848-1917) aka 'Telynor Ceiriog.'

[Tanat Valley Light Railway - cutting the sod #1]

Crowds watching the sod-cutting ceremony at Pontywaen by the Countess of Powis. Note that JPJ003 and JPJ004 are better quality images of the same event. The Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser dated 16th September 1899 gives an account of the proceedings.

John Peris Jones

[Tanat Valley Light Railway - cutting the sod #2]

Crowds watching the sod-cutting ceremony at Pontywaen by the Countess of Powis. In the foreground are two large marquees whilst the ceremony is taking place in the distance under a banner that reads "Success to the Tanat Valley Light Railway." Note that JPJ004 is a similar view of the same event. The Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser dated 16th September 1899 gives an account of the proceedings.

[Tanat Valley Light Railway - cutting the sod #3]

Crowds watching the sod-cutting ceremony at Pontywaen by the Countess of Powis. In the foreground are two large marquees whilst the ceremony is taking place in the distance under a banner that reads "Success to the Tanat Valley Light Railway." Note that JPJ003 is a similar view of the same event. The Montgomery County Times and Shropshire and Mid-Wales Advertiser dated 16th September 1899 gives an account of the proceedings

Llangedwyn- General View

General view of the village of Llangedwyn. Additional information on the original enclosure indicates that this was used to produce 500 brown collotype postcards published by Lloyd, Llanrhaiadr. Mr Lloyd was the owner of the premises prior to Mr John Peris Jones.

E.C. Burns

The Vicarage, Llanyblodwel.

View of an ivy-clad large house. Above one arched doorway is a partially obscured inscription "In the year of our ..." In the centre of the picture is the figure of the vicar, identifiable by his collar.

John Peris Jones

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

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