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‘A List of the Publications on Apiculture Contained in the Dr Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library. Taken from Records Made by a Number of WPA workers’

Two copies of ‘A List of the Publications on Apiculture Contained in the Dr Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library. Taken from Records Made by a Number of WPA workers’ (University of Wisconsin, College of Agriculture Library, Madison, Wisconsin, 1936).

‘Bank and earnings’

Letters, agreements, accounts, statements, receipts, invoices, claims and notes concerning Gwyneth Lewis’s earnings, expenditure and tax returns as a writer (outside of her salaried work for the BBC) in collaboration with literary, educational, cultural, academic, publishing and broadcasting organisations and agents, with particular regard to her published volumes of poetry and prose, contributions to journals and academic works, research, readings, talks, conference and festival contributions, shows, media work, translation work and lyrics to be set to music, as well as her financial savings and investments.

‘Creativity’

Correspondence between Gwyneth Lewis and family, friends and colleagues concerning domestic, social and literary matters, including a poem written by her for Leighton Denver Davies during an illness, together with invitations to the openings of the National Assembly for Wales and the Wales Millennium Centre, a draft copy of a book by Alistair Peebles based on a project in which Gwyneth Lewis participated, programmes for literary and musical events and the opening of the National Assembly for Wales, publicity material from publishers and the Wales Millennium Centre, photographs, a copy of a published cartoon strip, and material sent to Leighton Denver Davies wishing him good health.

‘Discarded poems’

Typescript drafts of poems, with manuscript emendations, marked by Gwyneth Lewis as 'discarded' and not included in the volumes of her published collections, including one or more variants of 'In the Dead of Winter', 'The Bachelors of Balephuil', 'Elegy', 'Maenclochog', 'In the Snow Queen's Palace', 'Spring at the Leper House Allotments', 'First Haunting', 'Dalton's Geranium', 'The Cut of Women's Clothes', 'Leaving America', 'Consider the Crinoid', 'First Aid', 'A Welcome to East Oxford', 'Manhattan Night', 'Death and the Maiden', 'Take Care', 'In the Greenhouse', 'Cwm-hir Abbey', 'Homesick in Summer', 'The Glad-Grower's Daughter', 'The Muse of Morganwg', 'On the Air', 'Open Door', 'A Love Alphabet' and 'In Central Park'.

‘List of Publications on Apiculture Contained in the US Department of Agriculture Library and in Part Those Contained in the Library of Congress’ compiled by Vajen E. Hitz and Ina L. Hawes

‘List of Publications on Apiculture Contained in the US Department of Agriculture Library and in Part Those Contained in the Library of Congress’ compiled by Vajen E. Hitz and Ina L. Hawes (United States Department of Agriculture Library, Washington, D. C., No. 21, 1930).

‘Mathrafal’

Title deeds relating to the estate of Mathrafal in the parish of Llangynyw, Montgomeryshire, 1785-1814. The file includes an agreement between William Mostyn Owen of Woodhouse, Salop, and Thomas Owen[s] of Gaer, Meifod, for the sale of Mathrafal, 1785; a copy release by William Mostyn Owen to John Humffreys Jones of Mathrafal and several other mortgaged premises mainly in the parish of Llanfechain, 1787; deeds for two purchases by Elizabeth Owens of Gaer, firstly from George Edward Henry Arthur Earl of Powis, of pieces of land in the tenancy of William Owen, 1786, and secondly from William Mostyn Owen, with the agreement and at the request of Thomas Owens, with John Humffreys Jones of Llanfyllin acting as trustee for the purchase, 1787; attested copy of the will of Elizabeth Owen, then of Meifod, devising Mathrafal to her grandson Thomas Owen Jones 1806; a printed ‘Act for inclosing lands in the manor of Caereinion Iscoed in the county of Montgomery’ [1810]; a release by John Whitticase of Guilsfield to Thomas Owen Jones of an annuity charged on Mathrafal, 1813; and a mortgage and bond by Thomas Owen Jones to Bruce, Simpson and Mackenzie, bankers of London, 1813, endorsed with an undertaking by the bankers to execute a reconveyance of the premises to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, the purchaser, upon repayment of the mortgage, 1814.

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