- 1945. (Creation)
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Letter, 9 March 1945, from Frances, Countess Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, Ty Newydd, Llanystumdwy, to her mother Louise Stevenson. Describes Lloyd George's very poorly condition. She is receiving a great deal of help from Mr Bennett and Ann Parry. Encourages her mother to go to stay at Avalon, Churt with Muriel. Appreciates the letters which she receives from both her parents. She has addressed a public meeting at Criccieth with an audience of some 1200 people. 'Megan has become quite friendly. She & Olwen come in every day'.
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Preferred citation: G1/36.
Following digitisation this item was subsequently acquired by the National Library of Wales at auction in 2017. The original version can be found in file H/10.
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- Parry, Ann, 1889-. (Subject)