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Board of Education Correspondence

The series comprises letters addressed to O. M. Edwards as Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales, drafts and copies of some letters despatched by him, together with other related papers. There are many letters from prominent Welsh figures. Most of the early letters relate to the establishment of the Welsh Department of the Board of Education. Most letters relate to inspections of individual schools, the policies and activities of the Board of Education at Whitehall, local education authorities, the appointment of teachers, and the teaching of individual subjects.

'Celynog papers'

Notes, poems, letters, and miscellanea by Nicholas Bennett and others, collected by Richard Williams.

Central administration - correspondence and other papers

Correspondence, together with some tracts, petitions, press releases and cuttings, and administrative and financial documents, together with some minutes of Annual General Meetings and copies of minutes of branch meetings, 1962-1999. Correspondents include Clive Betts, Zonia Bowen, Noëlle Davies, Noel Dempsey, Per Denez, Peter Berresford Ellis, Gwynfor Evans, Julian Cayo Evans, Garret FitzGerald, Yann Fouere, Nick Griffin, Neven Henaff, Alan Heusaff, John Jenkins, John Legonna, Tomas Ó Canainn, Padraig Ó Snodaigh, Meic Stephens, Alan Stivell, Dafydd Elis Thomas, Dafydd Wigley and Jac L. Williams. The matters discussed include the aims of the League, its policies and campaigns, the Celtic countries and cultures, linguistic minorities, political movements and ideas, and the compilation, publication and distribution of Carn. There are also articles submitted for Carn, together with notes, as well as letters and petitions to governments and international bodies. In addition, there are copies, drafts and notes of letters written by Heusaff and Moffatt, and letters and other documents forwarded by branch secretaries relating to matters of particular concern.


The series comprises correspondence, 1998, relating to the work of the committee and correspondence with officials, advisers, panellists and members of the public, 1998-2000, concerning matters arising from the launch of the National Assembly for Wales architectural competition.


The series comprises letters, 1964-2001, addressed to Lord Cledwyn of Penrhos, sometimes interspersed with copies of his replies. The correspondence is strongly political, much concerning his work within the House of Lords. A number refer to requests for political honours. Some of the letters refer to events in Anglesey, some from his former constituents, including invitations to attend numerous events. Some letters discuss the affairs of the University of Wales which Lord Cledwyn served as Pro-Chancellor. There are also a number of letters from the media, including requests for contributions to radio and television broadcasts and interviews. Some letters are requests from academics and students for assistance with their research projects.

University of Wales


The series comprises the correspondence, 1983-1999, of the movement relating mainly to humanitarian issues such as the 'disappearance' of prisoners and includes letters from politicians.


The series comprises letter books and loose letters, relating to the family and the estate.


The group comprises letters between HFJ and his family, 1893-1957, and a large group of letters from his many contacts in Welsh cultural and political life, 1894-1957.

Correspondence and papers

The series includes correspondence, 1988-1991, between the National Curriculum Council and other organisations which were concerned with the development of the national curriculum, including the School Examinations and Assessment Council, the Curriculum Council for Wales and the Department of Education and Science. The correspondence relates to every area of curriculum development.

School Examinations and Assessment Council

Family correspondence

Includes correspondence relating to the pension of J. Charles Jones' mother and to the gravestone inscription of his father. There is also a copy of the Rev. R. Charles Jones' obituary (in Welsh) from Y Goleuad, 11 March 1925, and two postcard photographs of Mrs Margaret Jones

Family correspondence

The series comprises correspondence between HFJ and Ann Ellen Williams, 1899-1933; correspondence relating to Ann's career, 1893-1899, and letters of sympathy to her following the death of her husband, 1949-1950. Also included is other family correspondence, 1894-1957, including letters to their daughter, Gwerfyl.

Williams, Ann Ellen

Family letters

The series comprises letters, [1956]-1978, from Gertrude, Gladys and Peggy, sisters of Rhys Davies, mainly from Gladys, discussing family and financial matters, together with a few letters written by Rhys Davies to Gladys and Gertie; and letters, 1955-1956, relating to their father's estate.

Family letters

This file consists of family letters, [c.1940]-[1994], sent to and from Menna Gallie and Bryce Gallie, including a great number of letters written by Menna Gallie to Bryce Gallie during the Second World War; letters from others to Bryce Gallie and two letters from Bryce Gallie to Menna Gallie, again during the War; letters from members of the family and friends containing personal news; telegrams sending congratulations to Menna Gallie, possibly on the birth of her second child; and sympathy letters to Bryce Gallie following the death of Menna Gallie; together with a copy of a memorial speech to Menna Gallie by Bryce Gallie under the title 'Celebration', with two poems.

Gallie, W. B. (Walter Bryce), 1912-

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