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R. L. Gapper Papers
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Aberystwyth (1952),

Papers, 1950-1952, relating to the Aberystwyth Eisteddfod, including correspondence with the sculptor Henry Moore concerning his role as an adjudicator.

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru (1952 : Aberystwyth).

Academic ephemera,

Correspondence, financial records, notes, press cuttings and other printed material, 1887-1973, accumulated by R. L. Gapper in relation to his academic career.

Art and Crafts Museum,

Records and correspondence, 1932-1959, of the college Art and Crafts Museum, of which R. L. Gapper was appointed Curator in 1934.

University College of Wales (Aberystwyth, Wales). Art and Crafts Museum.

Art Projects,

Papers, 1903-[c.1980], relating to artistic commissions undertaken by R. L. Gapper (except for those done as part of his work with the National Eisteddfod or the University of Wales), including material concerning practical matters such as equipment, supplies and techniques.

Art projects,

Correspondence and plans, 1935-1961, relating to projects undertaken by R. L. Gapper in his capacity as Lecturer in Art, including certificates for Departments, and the coats of arms of the University College of Wales, Swansea, and Balliol College, Oxford.

Bangor Normal College,

Papers, 1947-1950, relating to a war memorial for the Bangor Normal College, and a bust of a former Principal [?Prof. D R. Harris].

Business papers,

Papers, 1923-1980, relating to R. L. Gapper's involvement in public life, including: correspondence, 1956-1968, relating to items (mostly associated with Llanaelhaearn and the Trefor quarry) donated by him to the National Library of Wales and the Welsh Folk Museum at St Fagans; papers, 1948-1980, relating to the administration and activities of Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth, of which he was a governor; contracts and bills, 1958-1967, relating to his appearances on television with the independent company TWW; correspondence, 1960-1970, relating to the sale of Llyfnwy Mill, Penygroes, Caernarfonshire, a disused premises of which he was joint owner with his brother; correspondence and notes, 1933, relating to his adjudication in an art competition held by the Caernarvonshire County Federation of Women's Institutes; and invitations, 1923-1977, to meetings, lectures, dinners and chapel services, held by a wide range of academic, cultural and social groups.

Llyfnwy (Woollen) Mill.

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