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Ormsby-Gore, Owen Arthur, d. 1852 -- Monuments -- South Africa.
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Correspondence of William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore,

Letters to William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore, fourth Baron Harlech, from relatives, military and government colleagues, and fellow board members of national cultural institutions, 1894-1950. Recurring general topics are the disendowment of the Church in Wales, 1914; political, military and social matters during the two World Wars; Gore 's involvement with the Arab Bureau, the War Cabinet and Palestinian affairs, 1917-1942; British foreign policy and the system of colonial administration; the government, economy and culture of South Africa during Gore 's appointment as High Commissioner, 1941-1943; civil defence organisation in Yorkshire, 1941-1942; committee business of the National Gallery and other cultural institutions; preservation of London architecture, 1931-1933; and items of historical interest, including the grave of Owen Arthur Ormsby-Gore.

Correspondence to George Ralph Charles Ormsby-Gore,

Letters to George Ralph Charles Ormsby-Gore, third Baron Harlech, 1862-1938, from his wife, family, friends, political acquaintances, military personnel and several individuals whose sons were killed in service with the Welsh Guards. Topics of interest are: political representation of Merionethshire; the Unionist party in Blaenau Ffestiniog, 1910-1912; army appointments, including the recipient 's command and eventual resignation from the Welsh Guards, 1915-1918; government military policy and army life during the First World War; travel in China; renovations to the grave of Owen Arthur Ormsby-Gore in South Africa, 1926-1928; the economic life of pre-war Canada, 1910; the military and political career of William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore in Egypt and Palestine during the First World War and later in the British cabinet; family history relating to Sir George Seymour and to Gore monuments in Ireland; research on a painting of Charles II; history of the coastline at Harlech; liquidation of the Ardudwy Farmers' Association, 1912; formation of Talsarnau Co-operative Society, 1914; a church appointment in Shropshire, 1937; and the transfer of Criccieth Castle to H.M. Office of Works, 1932-1933.