Cardiff (Wales)

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An index of Cardiff Freemen

  • Open Shelves: Microform Reading Room
  • File
  • 1997

An index of Cardiff Freemen, 1777-1993, transcribed by the Glamorgan Family History Society, 1997.

Glamorgan Family History Society

Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust Archive,

  • GB 0210 CARUST
  • Fonds
  • 1991-1997 (accumulated 1993-1997) /

Records of the Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust (and its predecessor Opera House Steering Committee), mainly committee and publicity material, 1991-1997; papers relating to the architects competition, 1994-1996; proposed Opera House building design and surveyors' correspondence, 1994-1995; administrative correspondence, 1994-1996; funding applications, 1995-1996; financial papers, 1993-1995; and public relations (press cuttings), 1994-1996.

Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust.

Cardiff Local Party Records

The series consists of records, 1949-1994, of various constituency parties and wards within Cardiff, and administrative papers, 1986-1990, relating to the Cardiff City Labour Party and to the Labour group on the Cardiff City Council.

Cardiff: press cuttings

The series comprises press cuttings from English newspapers and journals, 1863-[pre 1998], relating to Wales, and more especially to Cardiff.

Grace Williams Music Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 GRAAMS
  • Fonds
  • 1826-1997 (mainly 1928-1970) /

Musical manuscripts of the composer Grace Williams, [1928]-1992, including orchestral scores of her works, [1932]-1973, concertos for solo instruments and orchestra, 1950-1973; scripts and scores for narrator and orchestra, 1946-1963; incidental and chamber music scores, [1930s]-1970; choral music scores [1928]-1975; film and incidental music, 1948-1970; personal and miscellaneous papers, 1826-1936; and poetry by Vivien Cutting, 1947-[1967]; note on the papers, by A. J. Heward Rees, 1997.

Williams, Grace, 1906-1977

Jill Hutt Papers,

  • GB 0210 JILHUT
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1963]-1998 /

Papers of Jill Hutt, [c. 1963]-1998, relating to the formation of the Wales Trades Union Council (WTUC), 1970-1974; the Cardiff Trades Union Council, 1977-1989; the Association of Clerical, Technical and Supervisory Staff Section (ACTSS) Branch 4/45 of the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU), 1976-1979; National and Local Government Officers Association (NALGO), 1969-1994, and copies of Union Eyes, the Journal of the Cardiff Trades Union Council, 1987-1997; Parliament for Wales Campaign, 1992-1998; the Cardiff Unemployed Group papers, 1963-1998; low paid and part time work surveys, 1988-1991; the Welsh Language Act, 1992-1995; and the Welsh Baltic Association (WBA), and its Cardiff group, 1992-1997.

Hutt, Jill.

Lists of works relating to Wales, &c.

  • NLW MS 6721C
  • File
  • Late 19 cent.

One of two volumes containing lists of topographical and other works relating to Wales, extracts from various books and journals, and a few engraved prints, etc., probably collected by H. Gough, who was responsible for some of the drawings of heraldic arms relating to Cardiff which are included in the collection.

Lists of works relating to Wales, &c.

  • NLW MS 6720C
  • File
  • Late 19 cent.

One of two volumes containing lists of topographical and other works relating to Wales, extracts from various books and journals, and a few engraved prints, etc., probably collected by H. Gough, who was responsible for some of the drawings of heraldic arms relating to Cardiff which are included in the collection.

Material relating to Cardiff,

Miscellaneous material relating to Cardiff, including printed extracts from a history of Rawlins White (d. 1555); a copy of an inventory, November 1673, of goods and household staff at Cardiff Castle; notes on the lords of Cardiff Castle and tables showing their descent; a copy of an act of the reign of Queen Anne for the rebuilding of Cardiff Bridge; a programme of 'Tableaux Vivans' to be exhibited at Cardiff Castle, 1 February 1856; a printed letter, 1860, from Clement Waldron and Joseph H. Wallis to John Montgomery Traherne relating to a series of 'conversazioni' to be held at Cardiff; plans of the Bute Ship Canal, 1839, and of the proposed layout of the land adjoining the Bute ship dock, 1840; press cuttings; etc.

Meurig Parri Papers,

  • GB 0210 MEURRI
  • Fonds
  • 1972-1987 /

Papers of Meurig Parri, 1972-1987, mainly correspondence and papers relating to anti-war campaigns in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War and CND; general political affairs in Wales, epecially the activities of Plaid Cymru; Welsh language groups; the General Election of 1983, and local elections of West Glamorgan County Council and Cardiff West Parliamentary Constituency, 1979-1984.

Parri, Meurig.

National Museum of Wales Records,

  • GB 0210 NATEUMES
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1986 /

Minutes of the Council of the National Museum of Wales and of committees connected with the Museum, 1967-77, 1980-6, draft annual report, 1982-3, and papers relating to the Welsh Folk Museum for the period 1967-86, with a copy of a substantial draft discussion paper entitled 'Tape Recording and Welsh Folk Life' (April 1983).

National Museum of Wales.

Scrapbook relating to the Welsh Army Corps, &c.

A scrapbook of press cuttings relating to the Welsh Army Corps, 1914-1917 (pp. 1-13), the visit of King Manuel [II] of Portugal to Cardiff, 1916 (pp. 14-31), and to the City of Cardiff hospital for France appeal, 1914 (pp. 193-194).
There is an index inside the back cover.

Sir John Ballinger Papers

  • GB 0210 MSJOHGER
  • Fonds
  • [early 19 cent.]-1927

Papers, [early 19 cent.]-1927, of Sir John Ballinger, which include articles, reviews, reports and addresses by Ballinger, some of which relate to libraries in Britain, including a report on the University College of North Wales, Bangor library and reports and other papers, 1903-1910, relating to the Library Association; articles, addresses and notes by Ballinger relating to literary matters and (mainly Welsh) historical events and figures; and papers and correspondence, 1903-1906, relating to the Bible in Wales.

Ballinger, John, 1860-1933.

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