This volume is bound in morrocan leather and has gold lettering and lines on the boards and spine. The volume is made up of parchment pages sewn on 5 raised cords. The first page contains the Welsh text "ER CÔF" and the signature, "Edward P", of Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII), and is dated "12 June 1928". The preface contains the following information in gold lettering: "HEREIN ARE RECORDED THE NAMES OF THE MEN AND WOMEN OF WELSH BIRTH AND PARENTAGE AND OF ALL THE MEN BELONGING TO THE REGIMENT OF WALES WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR OF 1914-1918 A:D: THEY ARE COMMEMORATED BY THEIR FELLOW COUNTRY MEN IN THE MEMORIAL ERECTED NEAR BY." The following is noted at the end of the volume: "The work of Graily Hewitt, B.A., LL.B., of Lincoln's Inn, and his assistants Helen Hinkley, Ida D. Henstock, Florence Capey, and Helen Luker. Finished Mar. 1928. Treyford, Midhurst."
An illuminated and noted missal of the mid-fifteenth century, probably copied in a London workshop, and apparently of Sarum use. The Rev. W.H. Maskell's theory that it was the sole survivor of the 'use of Bangor' is not substantiated by subsequent authorities on liturgical studies. Originally produced for the church of Great Easton, Essex, for the Calendar includes its dedication, at 4 August ('Dedicacio ecclesie sancti Egidii de Eyston. ad montem'); a note by a later hand at 20 August of the death of William Jaye ('Obitus Willelmi Jaye') and an erased inscription in the bottom margin, show that the manuscript was still at Great Easton in 1508. References to the pope (e.g. f. 261), to purgatory (f. 256 verso) and to St Thomas of Canterbury (e.g. f. 24) are, as usually, erased or cancelled, particularly so in the calendar. Responses for the marriage service are given in English (f. 240), with English forms of the priest's address to couples added in a late-15th or early-16th cent. hand on f. 239 verso.
This is a digital print prepared from the negative after it's treatment for Vinegar Syndrome. The photograph is believed to have been taken at the proclamation ceremony for the 1958 National Eisteddfod in Ebbw Vale.
Glass mounted slides of views in Mid and North Wales, approximately half of which have been captioned. Included are views inside Dolaucothi Gold Mine and at an abandoned but unidentified limestone quarry.
Six miscellaneous photos including a child playing on a beach, family portrait, a view of Cricieth Castle, two anonymous portraits and a studio portrait of Rev Owen Evans DD, Congregationalist minister, Liverpool.
Transparencies connected with the professional and personal life of Sydney Wignall. Included are images of the 1981 Loch Ness Expedition, Domestic scenes, Royal Navy vessels, visit to Texas & New Mexico, North Molton Parish church.
Mae'r casgliad yn cynnwys sgriptiau ffilm a baratowyd yn ystod y 1980au a'r 1990au gan Eurwyn Williams fel aelod o amrywiol griwiau ffilm, yn bennaf ar gyfer Ffilmiau Eryri. Ceir hefyd nifer o daflenni gan gynnwys amserlenni ffilmio, lleoliadau a rhestri o actorion, y mwyafrif yn ymwneud â'r ffilm 'Owain Glyndwr: Prince of Wales' = The collection consists of film scripts prepared during the 1980s and 1990s by Eurwyn William as a member of various film crews, mainly for Ffilmiau Eryri. There is also a number of leaflets including filming schedules, locations and lists of actors, most of these relating to the film 'Owain Glyndwr: Prince of Wales'.