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A. G. Prys-Jones papers

  • GB 0210 PRYNES
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1989

Papers of A. G. Prys-Jones and, to a much lesser extent, of his friend Don Dale-Jones. A. G. Prys-Jones's papers include letters from him, mainly to Don Dale-Jones, 1967-1987; letters to him from various literary figures, 1934-1987; poetry, including drafts for his published collections, [c. 1923]-[c. 1987], unpublished collections, [c. 1924]-[c. 1968], other published and unpublished poems, 1913-1969, and some poetry notebooks, [c. 1984]; prose works, including short stories, [c. 1930s]-1975, and plays, 1932-1972, many of which were either published, performed or broadcast; drafts and press cuttings of articles and reviews published in newspapers, particularly the Western Mail, 1929-1968, as well as unpublished articles, [c. 1947]-[1960s]; press cuttings of articles about and reviews of Prys-Jones' work, 1923-1987; typescript copies and drafts of The Story of Carmarthenshire and other works, 1941-1972; papers relating to Welsh history, including education in Wales and Llandovery College, 1908-1970; drafts and typescripts of talks, lectures and speeches, including radio scripts, 1937-1958; poetry, prose and lectures by other authors, 1924-1987; and other personal papers and ephemera, 1933-1986. Don Dale-Jones's papers comprise letters, mainly from Dudley G. Davies, 1975-1989.

Prys-Jones, A. G. (Arthur Glyn)

Alun Lewis papers

  • GB 0210 ALEWIS
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1996

Papers of Alun Lewis, 1919-1996, including family correspondence and letters from Robert Graves; autograph and typescript copies of published and unpublished poems; typescript copies of published and unpublished prose; personalia; an unpublished autobiographical novella of college life; memorial tributes to Alun Lewis in poetry form; and notebooks containing poetry and other writings by him.

Lewis, Alun, 1915-1944

Anglo-Welsh Review Archive,

  • GB 0210 ANGIEW
  • Fonds
  • 1957- 2000 (the majority accumulated 1965-1988)

Records relating to the Anglo-Welsh Review, mainly typescripts of material published in the magazine, 1957-1988, including editor's correspondence files, printer's copies and galley proofs, 1957-1988; and subscription lists, 1957-1975. The archive also includes correspondence and papers relating to the publication's demise and closure, 1981-2000 (November 2021 deposit).

The Anglo-Welsh Review.

Bernice Rubens Papers

  • GB 0210 RUBENS
  • Fonds
  • 1923-2004

Papers, 1923-2004, of Bernice Rubens, novelist, writer, and director of documentary films, including manuscript and typescript drafts of her novels, film scripts and plays, and adaptations of them; related press cuttings, interviews and publicity material; business and personal correspondence; and her memoirs and some personal papers.

Rubens, Bernice

Cledwyn Hughes (Novelist) Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 CLEHES
  • Fonds
  • [1920 x 1998] /

Manuscripts and typescripts of works by John Cledwyn Hughes, [1928]-[1978], including typescript copies, printer's copies, proofs and manuscript holographs, with holograph amendments and additions of his non-fictional books, including: A Wanderer in North Wales (1949), Poaching down the Dee (1953), The Northern Marches (1953), West with the Tinkers. A journey through Wales with vagrants (1954), The House in the Cornfield (1956), Royal Wales (with a revised and curtailed version called History of Wales) (1957), Leonard Cheshire, V.C. (1959), Making an Orchard (1959), Ponies for Children (1960), Portrait of Snowdonia (1967), and The Batsford Colour Book of Wales (1975); his published novels including: The Inn Closes for Christmas (1947), The Different Drummer (1947), The Civil Strangers (1949), After the Holiday (1950) and Gold and the Moonspray (1953); children's stories; short stories; and his unpublished works; together with copies, including a manuscript holograph, of The Golden Mountain, serialized in Woman's Journal; correspondence with publishers, his agent and literary figures, 1938-1968; and certificates awarded to Cledwyn Hughes, 1928-1934. The 2011 donation comprises additional drafts of works, volumes of press cuttings, and correspondence.

Hughes, Cledwyn, 1920-1978

Dannie Abse Papers,

  • GB 0210 DANBSE
  • Fonds
  • 1943-1994 /

Literary, editorial and personal correspondence, draft and unpublished poetry, short stories and other works, and miscellaneous papers, 1955-1995; unpublished short stories and articles, articles and essays, reviews, lectures, plays, broadcasts, ghost-writing, miscellaneous prose, and editorials.

An additional consignment of papers, 2004-7, of Dannie Abse. This group remains uncatalogued.

A further tranch of papers, being letters, loose manuscripts, workbooks and miscellaneous papers, 2008-2013. This group remains uncatalogued.

Abse, Dannie.

David Jones (Artist and Writer) Papers

  • GB 0210 DJONES
  • Fonds
  • 1821, 1853-1981 (predominantly 1930-1980)

Literary manuscripts of David Jones, with manuscript drafts of In Parenthesis: Seinnyessit e gledyf ym penn mameu; The Anathemata: Fragments of an attempted writing; Epoch and Artist: Selected writings by David Jones; The Sleeping Lord and other fragments; The Dying Gaul and other writings, and The Roman Quarry and other sequences. There is a substantial body of letters to David Jones from friends, editors and others, 1910-1976; draft letters from David Jones to friends, newspaper editors and others, 1929-1982; and letters by David Jones, 1919-1985, published in Dai Greatcoat: A self-portrait of David Jones in his letters. There are some examples of David Jones' art, and material relating to David Jones as an artist, as well as personal documents, financial papers, family papers, photographs, and accumulated research material.

Jones, David, 1895-1974

Dr Llewelyn Wyn Griffith Papers

  • GB 0210 LLWGRIF
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1977 (accumulated 1903-1977)

The papers of Llewelyn Wyn Griffith, comprising literary material, 1912-1977, including manuscript and typescript drafts of his autobiographies, poetry and prose, translations, and related correspondence; radio scripts, articles and addresses, 1927-[?1971]; personal papers, [c. 1900]-1976, including correspondence and diaries; and family papers, 1850-1951, including the papers of his father, John Griffith, and documents relating to family history.

Griffith, Llewelyn Wyn, 1890-1977

Geraint Goodwin Papers,

  • GB 0210 GERWIN
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1987 /

Typescript and manuscript copies of novels and short stories by Geraint Goodwin, 1929-1987.

Goodwin, Geraint.

Gillian Clarke Papers,

  • GB 0210 GCLARKE
  • Fonds
  • 1907-1999 (accumulated 1944-1999) /

The fonds comprises the literary and personal papers of Gillian Clarke, 1907-1999, including correspondence, and drafts of published and unpublished poems and prose works by her. Also included are papers relating to poetry workshops and readings, The Anglo-Welsh Review, Tŷ Newydd and the Frances Horovitz Memorial Trust, together with a small group of personal papers.

Clarke, Gillian, 1937-

Gwyn Jones Papers,

  • Fonds
  • 1921-1992 /

The literary and academic papers, 1921-1992, of Prof. Gwyn Jones, comprising correspondence, 1936-1991; manuscripts and typescript drafts of his literary works, 1939-1992, including poetry and prose; translations of the Mabinogion and Icelandic sagas, 1921-1991; the history of Scandinavia, 1961-1988; his work as editor of various publications such as The Welsh Review, Welsh Short Stories and the Oxford Book of Welsh Verse in English, 1935-1977; papers relating to the establishment of a national theatre for Wales, 1962-1977; articles, lectures and broadcasts on various topics, 1942-1992; together with some personal papers and publications of other authors.

Jones, Gwyn, 1907-1999

Herbert Williams letters,

  • NLW ex 2693.
  • File
  • 2001-2010.

Letters, 2001-2010, from Herbert Williams, writer, freelance journalist and radio producer, to the donor, mainly discussing his literary work.

Williams, Herbert, 1932-

J. L. Killey Papers,

  • GB 0210 JLKILLEY
  • Fonds
  • [late 20th century] /

Papers of J. L. Killey, [late 20th cent.], including bound copies of typescript first drafts of his works, 'J H X Political', 'S P', 'Dear Percy', and 'Considerations'.

Killey, J. L.

Jeff Towns (Dylan Thomas) Collection

  • GB 0210 DYLTJT
  • Fonds
  • [1925x2013]

Papers of, and relating to, Dylan Thomas, [1925x2013], collected and collated by Jeff Towns, including scripts, correspondence, programmes and papers relating to the publication of Under Milk Wood, and radio, stage, film and audio productions of the play, 1953-2005; research papers and works relating to Dylan Thomas, 1937-2006; letters by Dylan Thomas, and the letters and papers of his wife Caitlin, their three children and his parents, 1935-2007; autograph prose works, [1925x1953], and personal papers, [1929]-1960; poetry, [1928x2010], mostly comprising autograph drafts; unpublished autograph letters by Dylan Thomas, [1926]-1995; and a small group of material, 1939-[2013], including four autograph letters, 1939, from the author, relating to The map of love.

Thomas, Dylan, 1914-1953

Letters to Herbert Williams,

  • NLW ex 2700.
  • File
  • 1967-2010.

Letters, 1967-2010, to Herbert Williams from the writer Richard Jones, and letters from novelists, poets and artists, relating to the donor's literary and radio work.

Jones, Richard, 1926-

Margiad Evans Papers,

  • GB 0210 MARANS
  • Fonds
  • [1930s]-[1958x1965] /

Papers relating to and created by Margiad Evans (Peggy Eileen Whistler), [1930s]-[1958x1965], comprising material for an unpublished critical biography of Margiad Evans, compiled by W. Arnold Thorpe, [1936x1965], including transcripts by Thorpe of poems, prose and letters by Margiad Evans, scripts of radio broadcasts and extracts of reviews of Margiad Evans's published prose works; correspondence relating to information on Margiad Evans; biographical and related material; Whistler family photographs; notes by W. Arnold Thorpe and source material; together with manuscripts and papers of Margiad Evans, including drafts and copies of poems, some unpublished [c. 1945]-[1958]; unpublished and published prose works, [c. 1930s]-[1958]; notebooks and journals, which include drafts of poems and prose pieces, 1942-[1950s]; correspondence, mainly from Margiad Evans to her husband, 1934-1958; reviews of Autobiography and A Ray of Darkness[1943-1952]; drawings including drawings representing eighteen out of the thirty illustrations for Alfred Williams, Tales from the Panchatantra (Oxford, 1930); and family papers, 1939-[1950s].

Evans, Margiad, 1909-1958.

Papurau'r Academi Gymreig / The Welsh Academy Papers,

  • GB 0210 ACADGYM
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1998 /

Mae'r casgliad yn cynnwys papurau sy'n adlewyrchu gwahanol weithgareddau'r Academi yn ogystal â gweithgaredd aelodau o staff cyflogedig a swyddogion gwirfoddol y gymdeithas. Mae'n adlewyrchu y trefniant cwbl wirfoddol oedd yn bodoli rhwng 1960 a 1977, cyfraniad staff cyflogedig yn y cyfnod ers derbyn nawdd Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ym 1977, a'r ychwanegu a fu at weithgaredd y gymdeithas wrth greu Adran Saesneg ym 1968. Mae papurau'r Adran Gymraeg yn adlewyrchu'r cyfan o weithgaredd yr Academi hyd at sefydlu'r Adran Saesneg. O hynny ymlaen ymranna'n Adran Gymraeg, Adran Saesneg a Gweinyddiaeth Ganolog. Cynnwys ohebiaeth gyffredinol a phapurau gweinyddol cyffredinol megis cofnodion pwyllgorau, ymgyrchoedd aelodaeth, deunydd yn ymwneud â'i gwahanol gyhoeddiadau a'i amrywiol weithgareddau. Derbyniwyd 13 bocs mawr o gofysgrifau ym mis Gorffennaf 2013 a 2 focs mawr mis Hydref 2013. Nid yw'r papurau hyn wedi eu catalogio eto. = The collection consists of papers which reflect the various activities of the Academi as well as the activities of paid officials and voluntary members. They reflect the voluntary arrangement that existed between 1959 and 1977, the expansion of activities which followed the formation of the English Language Section in 1968 and the contribution made by paid staff in the period after the award of a Welsh Arts Council Grant in 1977. The papers of the Welsh Language Section reflect the whole activities of the Academi up to the formation of the English Language Section. From then on, the papers are split into those of the Central Administration, the Welsh Language Section and the English Language Section. The collection includes general correspondence, administrative papers such as committee minutes, membership details and material relating to various publications, events and activities. Thirteen large boxes of records were received July 2013 and a further 2 large boxes in October 2013. These groups remains uncatalogued.

Academi Gymreig

Raymond Williams Papers,

  • GB 0210 RAYWILL
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1990 /

The collection comprises: papers relating to Raymond Williams's published works, 1958-1990, including working papers, draft and final typescripts, notebooks and files containing outlines of books, page proofs, and a small quantity of correspondence, some with Mrs Joy Williams; papers relating to Raymond Williams's unpublished works, 1948-1980s, including parts of novels, various notes and jottings.

Williams, Raymond.

Roland Mathias Papers,

  • GB 0210 RMATHIAS
  • Fonds
  • 1925-2003 (with gaps) /

The archive described here comprises papers formerly known as the Roland Mathias MSS (originally placed on deposit at NLW and converted to a donation in 1994), together with donations, 1993-2003. It includes mostly correspondence, and papers relating to The Anglo-Welsh Review, his literary works, and professional career as a teacher and headmaster. Also included is a group of personal and family papers, together with works by Dora Polk.

An additional collection of the papers of Roland Mathias, including correspondence, articles, notes and other materials. This group remains uncatalogued.

Mathias, Roland.

Rose Mabel Lewis Papers,

  • GB 0210 ROMLEWIS
  • Fonds
  • 1873-1917 /

Papers of Rose Mabel Lewis, 1873-1917, comprising journals, 1874-1912, including a journal containing an account of her honeymoon journey to the USA and Canada, together with a short story, 'The Shepherd Lord', notes on painting, knitting patterns and cookery recipes and other journals containing details of journeys to Jamaica, London and France, Las Palmas and Brittany; literary manuscripts, including notebooks with poetry and prose drafts, 1873-[c. 1914]; and printed material, 1891, 1917.

Armytage, Lewis, 1853-1928