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John Cowper Powys letters to Dinah White

Some one hundred and seven letters and cards, 1953-1956, from John Cowper Powys to Dinah White, whom Powys addresses as 'dear adopted daughter'. The letters, some of which are illustrated with Powys's ink drawings, mostly refer to family, health and literary matters, in particular the declining health and death of his son Littleton Alfred Powys and White's role as his carer, the deaths of his brothers T. F. Powys and Littleton C. Powys and the health of his brother William (Willie). There are also references to John Cowper Powys and Phyllis Playter's move from Corwen to Blaenau Ffestiniog in 1955, and their new neighbours Raymond Garlick and his family; and to Cowper Powys's progress with his novel The Brazen Head (published 1956).

Powys, John Cowper, 1872-1963

General correspondence: Meic Stephens

The file comprises mainly of correspondence, 1968-1969, relating to the preliminary meeting and other early meetings of the English Language Section of the Academi. The preliminary meeting was arranged by Meic Stephens and the file includes invitations sent out by him, letters of reply, and letters commenting on this first meeting. The file also includes letters inviting writers to become members of the Academi, their replies and lists of those writers who have accepted or declined membership. There are a few references to discussions about the establishment of a new English language literary magazine, an idea which was rejected for the time being. There are letters from and references to, many prominent Anglo-Welsh and Welsh language writers including Dannie Abse, Alison Bielski, W. H. Boore, Alexander Cordell, Brenda Chamberlain, Tony Conran, Rhys Davies, Tudor David, Menna Gallie, Bryn Griffiths, Peter Gruffydd, Raymond Garlick, Ll. Wyn Griffith, Gwenallt, Cledwyn Hughes, Richard Hughes, Emyr Humphreys, A. G. Prys Jones, David Jones, Dedwydd Jones, Glyn Jones, Gwyn Jones, Jack Jones, John Idris Jones, Sally Roberts Jones, Bill Meilen, Gerald Morgan, Robert Morgan, Roland Mathias, Leslie Norris, John Ormond, Alun Owen, D. Parry-Jones, Cecil Price, Alun Richards, Gwyn Thomas, R. S. Thomas, John Tripp, Aled Vaughan, Richard Vaughan, Harri Webb, Gwyn Williams, Herbert Williams, John Stuart Williams and Raymond Williams.

Stephens, Meic

General correspondence: Sally Roberts Jones, 1968-1969

The file contains corresondence, 1968-1969, accumulated by Sally Roberts Jones as secretary of the English Language Section of the Academi. The correspondence relates to the first and other early meetings of the section and includes letters and references to many prominent Anglo-Welsh and Welsh language writers including Dannie Abse, Alison Bielski, W. H. Boore, Brenda Chamberlain, Alexander Cordell, Aneirin Talfan Davies, Pennar Davies, Rhys Davies, Tom Earley, Raymond Garlick, Ll. Wyn Griffiths, Peter Gruffydd, Cledwyn Hughes, Richard Hughes, A.O.H. Jarman, Glyn Jones, Harri Pritchard Jones, John Idris Jones, R. Brinley Jones, R. Gerallt Jones, Sally Roberts Jones, T. Gwynn Jones, Roland Mathias, Bill Meilen, Gerald Morgan, Robert Morgan, T. J. Morgan, James Morris, Leslie Norris, D. Parry-Jones, T. H. Parry-Williams, Cecil J. L. Price, A. G. Prys-Jones, Alun Richards, Kate Roberts, Meic Stephens, Gwyn Thomas (Bangor), R. George Thomas, Aled Vaughan, Richard Vaughan, Gwyn Williams (Trefenter), Herbert Williams and Raymond Williams.

Abse, Dannie

General correspondence: 1987-1989

The file consists mostly of correspondence, 1987-1989, between the Academi's English Language Section administrator and its members. The file includes a resignation letter from Raymond Garlick over issues relating to the New Welsh Review. There is also correspondence with other prominent writers including Cary Archard, Christine Evans, Graham Thomas, Roland Mathias, Carl Tighe, Gillian Clarke and Robert Minhinnick.

General correspondence: Sally Roberts Jones, 1970-1971

The file contains correspondence, 1970-1971, accumulated by Sally Roberts Jones as Secretary of the English Language Section of the Academi Gymreig. It includes a letter inviting A. G. Prys-Jones to become the next chairman of the English Language Section following the death of Jack Jones. There are also letters relating to poetry readings including one to be held by the poetry group Horse, established by Peter Finch. Other correspondents include Ron Berry, Alison Bielski, Gillian Clarke, Tom Earley, Raymond Garlick, Cyril Hodges, Jeremy Hooker, Belinda Humfrey, Glyn Jones, Douglas Phillips, Cecil Price, Meic Stephens, Gwyn Thomas (Rhondda), Ned Thomas, and J. P. Ward.

General correspondence

The file contains correspondence with publishers relating to the reprints scheme, 1977, in particular regarding reprints of Emyr Humphreys' work. The file also includes letters from Raymond Garlick, Ned Thomas and Belinda Humfrey including their suggestions for possible reprints.

Humphreys, Emyr

Opus 10: Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (six parts)

Draft score in ink with pencil annotations, dated 1956-1961 and titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. The score is in six parts: Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 1 - 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated 16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, as a loose page draft pencil partial score, dated 24 January 1961. Part 6 is wanting.

Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano: Words by Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poets (seven parts)

Ink score with pencil annotations, dated 1956-1961 and titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Tenor and Piano: Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. The score is in seven parts: Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated 16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961.

Opus 10: Canticle for Voice and Piano (facsimile)

Facsimile copy of ink score, dated 1956-1961, titled Opus 10: 'Canticle for Voice and Piano', and incorporating 'Words by Twentieth-Century Anglo-Welsh Poets'. Consisting of Part 1, 'Lean on the Rail' by Randal Jenkins, dated 12 January 1957; Part 2, 'I Will Give you a Golden Flower' by David Harries, dated16 December 1956; Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 4, 'When I Was a Child' by R. S. Thomas, dated 24 November 1959; Part 5, 'Is There a Cause?' by Vernon Watkins, dated 21 April 1960; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961.

Opus 10: Canticle for Tenor & Strings

Original ink score with pencil annotations, titled 'Canticle for Tenor and Strings' and arranged into parts for violins 1 and 2, viola, cello, and double bass. The score includes three parts based on Harries' work 'Words by 20th-century Anglo-Welsh Poets': Part 3, 'Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed' by Dylan Thomas, dated 24 July 1957; Part 6, 'In the Grass Gold Rings' by Roland Mathias, dated 10 May 1957; and Part 7, 'There is No Time' by Raymond Garlick, dated 24 January 1961. Parts 1, 2, 4 and 5 are wanting.

Letters, 1951-1960

The file comprises letters from various people including D. Brynmor Anthony, Vernon Watkins (6, 1 incomplete) and Gwen Watkins, William Cookson, Howard Griffin, Vincent Lines (3), Vera Bassett, Neville Braybrooke (4), K. M. Elisabeth Murray, Louis Bonnerot, Percival R. Kirby, Sir Ifor Evans (2), Charles L. H. Duchemin (4), Arnold Palmer (3), William Blissett, Raymond Garlick (2), John Buckland Wright, August Closs (4), D. Emrys Evans, Helen Sutherland (2), David Bell (2), Megan Lloyd George, T. Charles Edwards, Valerie Wynne-Williams (2), J. E. Jones, William Hayward (4), John P[iper], Sir John Cecil Williams (2), Donald Nicholl (5), A. Robert Caponigri, Prof. Thomas Jones (3), Elwyn Evans (2), Alun Oldfield-Davies (3, 1 incomplete), Canon Walter Hussey, Alan Pryce-Jones, Geraint Gruffydd (2), Harman Grisewood, V. E. Nash-Williams, Kenneth Clark, Dr Charles Burns (incomplete), Colin Wilcockson, Janet Stone and W. B. Dalton.

Watkins, Vernon Phillips, 1906-1967

Editors and publishers

The file comprises letters to David Jones from editors and publishers (other than Faber and Faber), with letters from Alwyn D. Rees, Moelwyn Merchant, George Ewart Evans, Raymond Garlick, Keidrych Rhys, Stephen Spender, Louis G. Cowan, John H. Johnston, Neville Braybrooke, Myra Owen, K. M. E. Murray, Bernard Bergonzi, Elizabeth Pakenham, Fr. Illtud Evans, Ffransis Payne, Kenneth Clark, Henry Rago, Eleanor Farjeon and others.

Rees, Alwyn D.

Correspondence: 1972-1981,

Includes letters from Glyn Jones; John Tripp (2); Arthur Giardelli; Prys Morgan (2); Raymond Garlick (2); Moelwyn Merchant; Philip Owens (2); Robin Gregory; Leslie Norris (5); A. G. Prys-Jones (4); Philip Pacey; Dannie Abse; Sam Adams (2); Charles Kohler; Andrew McNeillie (2); Roger Conover (4); and Peter Dent.

Jones, Glyn, 1905-1995.

Correspondence: 1995-1999,

Includes letters from Enid Luff (4); Christine Evans (2); Raymond Garlick; Caryl Davies; Angela Morton (2, including a poem); Mavis Carter (5); Liz Ashurst; Esther de Waal; Jean Earle (4); Gladys Mary Coles; Margaret Merritt (9); Mary Lloyd Jones (2); Maura Dooley; Diana Hendry; Lynne Rees (8); Roger Garfitt; Elwyn Evans; Judith Thwaite (enclosing two poems); Ruth Bidgood; David T. Lloyd (2); Patricia V. Dawson; Roland Mathias (2); Ann Byrne-Sutton (poem); Berenice Moore; Geoffrey Bould; Dylan Jones (2); Justin Todd; Emyr Humphreys; Phil Clark (2); M. Wynn Thomas; Tony Conran; Lesley Grant-Adamson (3); Sue Moules (2); John Emyr; Neil Nuttall; Sheenagh Pugh; and Menna Elfyn.

'Letters (writers)',

Includes letters from A. G. Prys-Jones (6); Ted Hughes; Anne Stevenson (4); Jean Earle (4); Bobi Jones; Gwyneth Lewis (5); Olivia Byard; Christine Evans (3); Maura Dooley (4); John Emyr (enclosing poem for Gillian Clarke); Sally Roberts Jones (3); Kate Foley; Anne Cluysenaar (2); Douglas Houston (enclosing poem for Gillian Clarke); Menna Elfyn; Ruth Bidgood; Michael Longley; Gweno Lewis; Leslie Norris; Charles Causley; Meic Stephens; Kevin Crossley-Holland; Lawrence Sail; M. Wynn Thomas (2); Shani Rhys-James (3); R. S. Thomas; Phil Clark; Dannie Abse; Raymond Garlick; Jeremy Hooker; and Nigel Jenkins.

'Personal letters',

Includes letters from Arthur Giardelli (2); Robert Nisbet; A. G. Prys-Jones; H. J. Lloyd-Johnes; Myfanwy Thomas (4); Peter Dent (3, including poems); Jonah Jones; Tom Ellis; Howard Sergeant (2); Philip Owens; Richard Ball (4); Roy Thomas (2); Gerard Casey; Raymond Garlick; Jon Dressel; and Glyn Jones.

Writers of Wales for the Assembly,

Copies of a statement signed by numerous authors in support of an Assembly for Wales, together with a copy of the letter sent to them by Gillian Clarke and W. Rhys Nicholas. Also included are letters from W. Rhys Nicholas (2); Gwyn O. Jones; A. G. Prys-Jones; Islwyn Ffowc Elis; Raymond Garlick; and Harri Webb. In addition, the file contains notes by Gillian Clarke and printed material relating to the 'Yes for Wales' campaign.

Correspondence: prose,

Correspondence, mostly concerning articles, stories and poems submitted for The Anglo-Welsh Review, including letters from Steve Griffiths (2); A. G. Prys-Jones; Greg Hill; Ronald Lowe; Mike Jenkins; John Pikoulis (5); Sylvia Kantaris (2); Ruth Bidgood (4); Pauline Stainer (2); William Cooke; John Tripp; William Sherman; Gwyn O. Jones (3); Jennifer Drake-Brockman (4); Alun Llewellyn (4); Jacqueline Banerjee (5); Gweno Lewis; Meic Stephens; Chris O'Neill (2); Edward Larrissy; Anthony Conran; Raymond Garlick (2); D. Graham Jenkins (2); Stephen Tunnicliffe; Edward Levy (6); Belinda Humfrey (3); Richard Poole (2); Roland Mathias; Roger Stephens Jones; Colin Wilcockson (3); Susanne M. Dumbleton; Raymond J. Cormier (3); Hugh McKinley; Edward Neill; Ruth Pryor (2); Angela G. Dorenkamp; Ned Thomas; H. Morgan Waidson (4); Linden Peach; Peter Slater; Patrick Thomas (2); Dominic J. Hart (2); Richard A. Davies (3); Frederick Grice (6); Frances Meredith (2); Robert Nisbet; Graham Jones (3); and Cecil Price. The file also includes photocopies of a letter by W. H. Davies, 1907, and an editorial from Welsh Outlook, 1917. Some letters are addressed to Roland Mathias with copies of replies by him.

The valley, the city, the village

The file comprises correspondence, 1955-1984 (with gaps), including draft letters by Glyn Jones, relating to The valley, the city, the village (London, 1956 and 1980), mostly from the publishers, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, and includes letters from Jack Jones (copy), Raymond Garlick, Gwyn Jones (2), Gwyn Thomas, Les Faber, Elwyn Davies, Aneirin Talfan Davies, Elwyn Evans, A. G. Prys-Jones (2), and Roland Mathias. Some letters contain references to The island of apples. -- Also included are royalty statements, 1956-1960 and 1980-1983, drafts of extracts from the novel which appear to have been adapted for radio [1963], miscellaneous notes, 1956-1958, printed reviews of the novel, 1956-1957, and a copy of the introduction to the 1980 reprint of the book.

Hughes, Mathonwy, 1901-1999

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