Education, Higher -- Wales



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Archifau'r Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

  • GB 0210 COLCYM
  • Fonds
  • 2001-2011

Papurau'r Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol, 2001-2011, gan gynnwys cofnodion grwpiau pwyllgor, ffeiliau yn ymwneud a phrosiectau, gohebiaeth, papurau marchnata a phapurau amrywiol eraill.

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol

Letters to Alfred Thomas, Lord Pontypridd,

  • NLW MS 21958D.
  • File
  • 1886-1913.

Some sixty letters, 1886-1913, to Alfred Thomas, 1st baron Pontypridd, relating mainly to national and local politics and to secondary and university education in Wales. The correspondents include Sir Edward Anwyl (1) 1905, Henry Austin Bruce, Lord Aberdare (1) 1886, Sir D. Brynmor Jones (2) 1900, J. Viriamu Jones (3) 1900, Sir Isambard Owen (1) 1893, Robert Threshie Reid, Lord Loreburn (4) 1908-1911, Lord Rendel (2) 1899, 1902, and Charles Vaughan, dean of Llandaf (6) 1888-1897.

Letters to Eirene White

The letters within the file reflect the wide and expanding range of Lady White's public activities, committees served, functions attended etc. Many relate to educational matters, mainly higher and university education, some to Welsh affairs. A number of letters concern the award of the degree of Ll.D. honoris causa by the University of Wales to Lady White in July 1979. The correspondents include Anthony, Lord Lytton (3), 1978-1979, Principal Robert Steel, 1978, and Dame Shirley Williams, 1979.

Lytton, Noel Anthony Scawen Lytton, Earl of, 1900-1985

Notes on education,

Notes relating to primary, secondary, and university education, with several references to education in Wales, copied from various sources between 1903 and 1923 by Sir Henry Lewis, Bangor.

Sir Henry Lewis.

University of Wales Archive

  • Fonds
  • 1849-2001 (accumulated 1893-2001)

Administrative records of the University of Wales from its establishment in 1893 comprising papers relating to the foundation of the University; records of the University Court, Guild of Graduates, the Senate, Academic Board, University Council, Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales Press Board, The Committee of Principals, Registrar's papers; records of committees, sub-committees and ad hoc committees created by, or answerable to, the Court, the Council, the Academic Board, etc., and printed materials. The archive is a fundamental source for the history of the University and for University education in Wales; to the development and provision of bilingual education in higher education in Wales, and, to a lesser extent to education in general in twentieth-century Wales.

University of Wales