Dangos 1947 canlyniad

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Grant Applications,

The group comprises computer files for 569 grant applications, A-C, 1998-2010. Each grant application folder includes a Supporting Information folder, and very rarely a Grant Monitoring folder. All folder names are as given by depositor. The group doesn't include unsuccessful grant applications, which were deleted by Arts Council of Wales according to their retention schedule.

Okehampton estate,

Rentals, 1771-1778, and surveys of estates in and near the borough of Okehampton, Devon, which Clive purchased from Thomas Pitt, M.P. for the borough, and from John Hippisley Coxe following his final return from India in 1767. The surveys are of pre-1767 date and relate to the period of Pitt’s ownership of the estate. The rentals, beginning in 1771, extend to 1778, those that post-date Clive’s death (1774) reflecting the work of Clive’s trustees.

Phyllis Playter papers

Personal and literary papers of Phyllis Playter, comprising correspondence, diaries, commonplace books, address books, passports and savings book, and early fragmentary/draft pieces of prose and poetry, together with material relating to the sale of John Cowper Powys's manuscripts.

Charles Francis Powys papers

Papers of, or in the possession of, the Rev. Charles Francis Powys, father of John Cowper Powys, comprising personal papers; letters from family members and other correspondents; personal and family estate documents; and papers of various family members, namely his brother Major Littleton Albert Powys, his wife Mary Cowper Powys and her sisters, and his parents Littleton Charles and Amelia Powys.

Powys, Charles Francis, Reverend, 1843-1923

Francis Llewellyn Powys papers

Papers once in the possession of Francis Llewellyn Powys, nephew of John Cowper Powys, relating to the wills of John Cowper Powys and Phyllis Playter and to the literary executorship, copyright, translation rights and royalies, etc. of John Cowper Powys's estate. The material includes contracts, correspondence, and notes and accounts concerning proposed publication and translation of, and performance rights, copyright and royalties relating to, the works of John Cowper Powys, Theodore Francis Powys and Philippa (Katie) Powys. The literary executorship of both John Cowper Powys and Theodore Francis Powys was in the hands of Phyllis Player until she transferred it to John Cowper Powys's nephew (and Theodore's son) Francis Llewellyn Powys by deed of gift in 1972; Francis, in turn, transferred it by deed of gift to his son John Francis Cowper Powys in 1994.

John Cowper Powys papers

Papers of or relating to John Cowper Powys, comprising correspondence with family members, friends and acquaintances, publishers and agents, literary papers, including early prose works, and material relating to the Powys estate and literary executorship; together with papers, including estate papers, of previous generations of Powys's family.

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