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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 ...


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.


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.

Llanrhaiadr Church from Wynnstay, Old Neg.

A view of the church taken from the Wynnstay Arms. This appears to be a copy photograph of an original by John Thomas, 47 Everton Road, Liverpool. The corresponding negative in the John Thomas Collection is jti003 "Llanrhaiadr Church from Ho...

John Peris Jones.

The Avenue, Llangedwyn.

A portrait format view through the entrance to Llangedwyn Hall, a portion of which can be seen in the distance. Enclosure reads "The Avenue, Llangedwyn, Upright, New one."

John Peris Jones.

Pandy-Coed, Llanrhaiadr.

A small valley with meadows adjacent to a small stream. The sides of the valley are lightly wooded and above the treetops in the centre of the image can be seen a large house. One of the meadows contains a small agricultural building.

E. C. Burns.

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