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Lloyd George, Margaret, 1866-1941.
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Interview with A. J. Sylvester,

The text of an interview given by A. J. Sylvester to Ruth Nixon, c. 1984-89. During the course of the interview he reflects mainly on the long relationship between Lloyd George and Frances Stevenson, the role of Dame Margaret, and the recent BBC t...

Sylvester, A J Albert James 1889-1989.

Letters to Myvanwy Rhys,

Letters, 1893-1945, addressed to Myvanwy Rhys from her sister, Olwen, 1911-1945 (mostly 1945), and various correspondents. Some letters are addressed to both sisters, and a few may have been sent solely to Olwen Rhys. Many relate to the proposed b...

Rhys, Olwen.

Lloyd George Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSLLOYDGEORGE
  • Fonds
  • 1890-1968 /

Papers, 1886-1968, of the Lloyd George family. The collection is comprised mainly of correspondence, the bulk of which is addressed to David Lloyd George, mostly from contemporary political figures and from members of his family. The political cor...

Lloyd George, David, 1863-1945

Lloyd George family letters,

Miscellaneous letters, 1893-[c. 1936], to and from members of the Lloyd George family. Among the correspondents are William George (to David Lloyd George and Margaret Lloyd George), 1893-1931, Mair Eluned Lloyd George (to her sister Olwen and her ...

Margaret Lloyd George letter,

Letter, [?27 May 1928], from Margaret Lloyd George, Kensington, to a Mr Lewis, concerning her daughter Megan's selection as the Liberal candidate for Anglesey (f. 51), together with a Christmas card from David and Margaret Lloyd George, Bryna...

Lloyd George, Margaret, 1866-1941.

William George (Solicitor) Papers

  • GB 0210 WILGEORGE
  • Fonds
  • 1766-1981 (accumulated [c. 1880]-1989)

Papers of William George, Criccieth, consisting of his personal and family correspondence, diaries and notes, 1881-1960, and papers relating to his publications and public life (including political, legal, religious and Welsh cultural material), 1...

George, William, 1865-1967