File AL1/12 - Letters from J. Lloyd Williams

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AL1/12

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Letters from J. Lloyd Williams

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  • 1911-1944 (Creation)

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1 folder (62 items)

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Original or copy letters, 1911-1940, from J. Lloyd Williams, mainly relating to his work as editor of the Welsh Folk Song-Society Journal. The addressees include Mary Davies (28), A. P. Graves (2), Hughes & Son (2), Dora Herbert Jones (4), Ruth Lewis (12), and W. S. Gwynn Williams (2). They include copies of letters, 1915 (to Mary Davies), 1921 (to Mary Davies and Ruth Lewis) and 1936 (to the Executive of the Welsh Folk-Song Society), tendering his resignation as editor of the Society's Journal; together with a few miscellaneous items, including notes relating to letters sent to Mary Davies and A. P. Graves, 1908-1909.

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Previously in JLlW 57, 58 and 112

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Preferred citation: AL1/12

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vtls004307762

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(WlAbNL)0000307762

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  • Text: AL1/12 (32).