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14 Archival description results for London.

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Exhibition invitations

The file comprises invitations to exhibitions at the Tate Gallery, British Museum, Hanover Gallery, Leicester galleries and various other galleries, predominantly in London, 1945-1970 (with gaps) with exhibition catalogues for George Stubbs (1957), Augustus John (1948), Andre Bauchant (1960), Paule Vezelay and Winifred Nicholson (1954), Ben Nicholson (1954), Lady Patricia Ramsay (1959), the '56 Group [Wales]', and The New English Art Club (1945).

John, Augustus, 1878-1961.

John Lloyd, Dinas, Collection,

  • GB 0210 JOHLLOY
  • Fonds
  • 1323-1870 /

Documents collected by Col. Sir John Conway Lloyd, including over a thousand deeds, 1323-1870, relating to properties in the counties of Brecon, Glamorgan, Hereford, Monmouth, Radnor, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Gloucester, and London; together with various documents, including letters and papers relating to the Lloyd family and other estates. In addition, the archive consists of deeds and documents, 1588-1864, mainly of industrial interest accumulated by John Lloyd (1833-1915), pertaining to the New Weare ironworks, Goodrich, Hereford; the Hirwaun ironworks; the Beaufort Iron Company, the Clydach ironworks; the Dowlais Iron Company; and the Bute Works. A substantial group of Dinas Estate records has been transferred to the Maybery Collection.

Lloyd, John Conway, Sir, 1878-1954

Miscellaneous prose

Miscellaneous prose pieces by Idris Davies, [1930s]-[1940s], comprising an essay entitled 'Teify Side' (ff. 1-3); drafts of a memoir entitled 'A Schoolboy During the Great War' (ff. 4-17); 'Portrait of an Old Welsh Miner' (ff. 18-29); fragment of a novel or short story (ff. 30-4) and draft of the beginning of a novel (ff. 35-9); five brief, surrealistic prose pieces (ff. 40-51); letter to the News Chronicle about a Fascist demonstration in Trafalgar Square, 1937 (ff. 52-7); Holiday in a Mining Valley (ff. 58-73); a Welsh version of 'A Schoolboy During the Great War' (ff. 74-84); and copies of two prose pieces published in Comment, 19 September 1936 and 23 January 1937 (ff. 85-6).


Notebook of Berta Ruck, June 1918-September 1919, containing impressions of wartime life in North Wales and London and of her visit to the USA in 1919, later reworked and incorporated into chapters 16-25 of her autobiographical volume A Story-teller tells the Truth (London, 1935); also included are commonplace entries and extracts from letters received.

People's March for Jobs

The series relates to the three marches that were organised between 1981 and 1983. The first, 1-30 May 1981, was the month long People's March to London, from Yorkshire to London, and from Liverpool to London. It included a South Wales Section, 15-22 May, from Llanelli, Neath, Pencoed, Tonypandy, Porth, Aberdare, Treforest, and Llanrumney to London. -- The second, 16-18 Sept. 1982, was a three day march in Wales from Rhondda, Merthyr, Ebbw Vale and Pontypool to Cardiff. It was jointly organised by the People's March for Jobs, Wales TUC and the Jobs for Youth Campaign. -- The third, April-June 1983, was the People's March for Jobs and Peace, organised by the TUC from Glasgow and the North west to London.

People's March for Jobs


Transcripts of writs, pleadings, and other legal instruments, taken mainly from records of cases in Devon, Cornwall and London.
Other than headings, many pages are blank.

Sermon notes,

A pocket book containing sermon notes in Welsh ? by, and in the hand of, [the Reverend] Lewis Williams, Wesleyan minister, London, whose name, with the date 27 September 1842, appears on a fly-leaf at the beginning of the volume. The last page bears the date 1 July 1846. Miscellaneous memoranda in English have been inserted on a few pages.

Reverend Lewis Williams.

T. D. Jones, London (Solicitors) Records

  • GB 0210 TDJONS
  • Fonds
  • 1864-1973 (predominantly 1923-1973)(accumulated 1903-1973)

The fonds comprises case papers, 1903-1973, dealing with interested parties within Wales and/or the London area who had some sort of Welsh connection. Included are papers dealing with land and property transfer, receivership and company liquidation, defamation and compensation, opposition to parliamentary bills, the settlement of personal estate, contempt of court and general legal matters. Not all of the issues addressed in the files actually resulted in court cases. The majority of the files consist of legal papers such as instructions and notes to counsel, briefs to counsel, opinions of counsel, affidavits, statements, declarations, summonses, claims and orders, often in draft form or as official copies, and solicitors' charges and bills. These are usually accompanied by correspondence made up of original letters and copy letters, both office copies and carbon copies, as well as handwritten notes and occasional telegrams, bills and receipts. Frequently, the files also contain associated documents such as copies of leases, agreements and deeds, plans and maps, accounts, reports and transcriptions of evidence, together with relevant printed material such as sale particulars, parliamentary bills and published reports.

T. D. Jones & Co.

Llyfr casglu Llundain

Llyfr casglu Apel y Capeli Annibynol Cymreig (dyfrnod 1830), yn bennaf yn llaw y Parch. John Saunders, gyda manylion casgliadau yn Llundain, Chwefror-Mai 1835 (ff. 1 verso-19 verso). = A Welsh Congregational Churches Appeal Fund collecting book (watermark 1830), mainly in the hand of the Rev. John Saunders, containing details of collections in London, February-May 1835 (ff. 1 verso-19 verso).
Mae nodyn gan Samuel Roberts mewn perthynas a landlordiaeth yn Llanbrynmair ar ff. 75 verso-76 (testun รข'i wyneb i waered). = A note by Samuel Roberts concerning landlordism in Llanbrynmair is on ff. 75 verso-76 (inverted text).

Saunders, John, 1796-1871.