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Personalia and miscellanea

The file consists of miscellaneous items accumulated by Dr Roderic Bowen during the course of his career. They include copies of his election address circulated to the Cardiganshire electorate in 1945 and 1951, photocopies of papers relating to Dr Bowen's appointment in 1946 to act as Judge Advocate at a military court for the trial of war criminals, a 1950 general election poster and a full transcript of an interview, 8 August 2000, between Dr Bowen and Matt Cole of Birmingham University. In this interview Dr Bowen reflects in some detail on his life and the major landmarks in his professional career.

Diaries

The series comprises diaries detailing farming activities on the farms of Penyffridd, 1883-1891, Felindre, 1892-1914, Cil, 1926, all in Berriew, Wales, and Lower House farm, Little Ness, England, 1933. 1/1-5, 1/8 also include notes on the sermons of Rev. E Thomas at Byrwyrdd chapel, Castle Caereinion, Wales.

The New Campaign in Wales

Papers and letters relating to Christian missions in Wales, 1942-1950, 1974; papers relating to the mission in Blaendulais, 1952; the 'Yr Ymgyrch Newydd yng Nghymru' newsletter, and letters 1949-1951 and correspondence between Erastus Jones and Griff J. Miles, 1948-1951, 1987-1988.

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The Arts in Wales,

Mainly manuscript and typescript notes, 1970-1987, prepared by Sir Goronwy Daniel for addresses and speeches on themes relating to the arts in Wales, together with a small quantity of related printed items and press cuttings. The file also contains notes for an address on 'Yr Ieuanc a Disgyblaeth Heddiw' delivered by Sir Goronwy at Cyfundeb Annibynwyr Penfro, 16 July 1980.

Bangor Bishopric foreshore rights,

Letter (17 pp.), 1885, from W. J. Hardy, Chancery Lane, London, outlining the result of searches carried out among records at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives), Lambeth Palace, and the British Museum, concerning the Bishop of Bangor's foreshore rights, including wreck of the sea, within all his manors and lands. Also included are extracts from, and abstracts of, documents, 1284-1715, from the three repositories; together with an abstract of a report entitled 'Bangor Bishoprick Estates. Foreshores and Waste Lands', prepared by H. W. Hewlett in 1866.

Gohebiaeth gyffredinol 1980,

Ymhlith y gohebwyr mae Dyfed Thomas, Dafydd Parri yn trafod Y Llewod, Derrick K. Hearne, Eleri Llewelyn Morris yn trafod Pais a bod Robat Gruffudd yn tynnu lluniau ar gyfer y cylchgrawn, a Catrin Stevens. Trafodir hefyd Y Camau Cyntaf: Dwylo ar y Piano a threfniadau Te Parti'r Taeogion, sef noson LOL yn Abertawe yn ystod Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru 1980. Ceir hefyd restr, 1982, a luniwyd gan staff Archifdy Dyfed (Ceredigion), o gofnodion yr heddlu yn Nhalybont a roddwyd i'r archifdy gan Robat Gruffudd.

Is-Bwyllgor yr Amgylchedd,

Cofnodion cyfarfodydd Is-Bwyllgor yr Amgylchedd, ynghyd â gohebiaeth rhwng y Gymdeithas a chyrff cyhoeddus (Cyngor Cefn Gwlad Cymru yn bennaf), mudiadau cyhoeddus, gwleidyddion a gweision sifil. Ymgyrchoedd i ddiogelu amgylchedd cefn gwlad Cymru yw prif bwnc yr ohebiaeth, gyda phwyslais ar effeithiau niweidiol chwareli, y diwydiant olew, ffermydd gwynt a phrosiectau ynni dŵr, yn arbennig mewn Parciau Cenedlaethol. Ceir hefyd gohebiaeth am brosiectau ymchwil a grantiau ymchwil, a phabell amgylcheddol yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol, ynghyd â deunydd perthynol yn cynnwys papurau trafod, dogfennau ymgynghorol, taflenni, cylchlythyr y Gymdeithas, a thoriadau o'r wasg.

Exhibition addresses

The file, 1970-2000, comprises Michael Holroyd's address at the opening of 'Themes and variations: the drawings of Augustus John 1901-1931' at the National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff, 1996, together with letters, 1994, sent to the museum; 'The world of Augustus John' at Mallord Street, Chelsea, 1997; a list of paintings exhibited at 'Augustus John with his family' at Olympia, London, 1999; reviews of exhibitions including 'Augustus John; portraits of the artist's family', The University of Hull, 1970; a leaflet advertising the Paul Mellon Lectures given by Professor Lisa Tickner at the National Gallery, 1996, including 'Augustus John: gypsies, tramps and Lyric Fantasy'; Michael Holroyd's reply to the curator of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, 1998, regarding the opening of the 'Portraits by Augustus John' exhibition; and a list of lectures and talks given by Michael Holroyd and cultural events attended by him, [1996]-2000. -- The file also includes copies of letters written by Michael Holroyd, [1994]-[1996], relating to arrangements for his talks and visits.

Toriadau o'r wasg

Mae'r gyfres yn cynnwys llythyrau oddi wrth W. O. Jones ac eraill, 1888-1901, ynglŷn â Phwnc y Tir, ymddiriedolaeth elusennol Waunfawr 1893, 'Cymry yn y Senedd', ac etholiad Bwrdeistref Arfon 1888, ynghyd ag erthyglau gwleidyddol, crefyddol a llenyddol gan W. O. Jones ac eraill, ac hefyd adroddiadau, sylwebaeth a gohebiaeth ynglŷn â'r anghydfod rhwng W. O. Jones ac Eglwys Bresbyteraidd Cymru yng Nghapel Chatham Street, Lerpwl, 1900-1901, gan gynnwys ei amddiffyniad ohono'i hun ar dudalennau Y Cymro.

Free Church of the Welsh (Liverpool)

Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth

Papurau, [1936]-1970, yn deillio'n bennaf o'r cyfnod pan oedd Norah Isaac yn Brifathrawes Yr Ysgol Gymraeg, Aberystwyth, 1939-1949, gan gynnwys rhai'n ymwneud â'r gwersi a gweithgareddau allgyrsiol.

Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth (Aberystwyth, Wales)

Cuttings on the Aberfan disaster,

The file comprises various newspaper and magazine cuttings, [Oct.] 1966-Dec. 1967, some in photocopied form, concerning the disaster at Aberfan on 21 October 1966, including cuttings regarding the subsequent public inquiry at Merthyr Tydfil, as reported in both the national and local press, as well as articles from the Colliery Guardian. Also included are some pages from a glossy magazine showing pictures of the scene immediately following the tragedy.

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