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Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust Archive,

  • GB 0210 CARUST
  • Fonds
  • 1991-1997 (accumulated 1993-1997) /

Records of the Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust (and its predecessor Opera House Steering Committee), mainly committee and publicity material, 1991-1997; papers relating to the architects competition, 1994-1996; proposed Opera House building design and surveyors' correspondence, 1994-1995; administrative correspondence, 1994-1996; funding applications, 1995-1996; financial papers, 1993-1995; and public relations (press cuttings), 1994-1996.

Cardiff Bay Opera House Trust.

Grace Williams Music Manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 GRAAMS
  • Fonds
  • 1826-1997 (mainly 1928-1970) /

Musical manuscripts of the composer Grace Williams, [1928]-1992, including orchestral scores of her works, [1932]-1973, concertos for solo instruments and orchestra, 1950-1973; scripts and scores for narrator and orchestra, 1946-1963; incidental and chamber music scores, [1930s]-1970; choral music scores [1928]-1975; film and incidental music, 1948-1970; personal and miscellaneous papers, 1826-1936; and poetry by Vivien Cutting, 1947-[1967]; note on the papers, by A. J. Heward Rees, 1997.

Williams, Grace, 1906-1977

Cardiff Local Party Records

The series consists of records, 1949-1994, of various constituency parties and wards within Cardiff, and administrative papers, 1986-1990, relating to the Cardiff City Labour Party and to the Labour group on the Cardiff City Council.

Meurig Parri Papers,

  • GB 0210 MEURRI
  • Fonds
  • 1972-1987 /

Papers of Meurig Parri, 1972-1987, mainly correspondence and papers relating to anti-war campaigns in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War and CND; general political affairs in Wales, epecially the activities of Plaid Cymru; Welsh language groups; the General Election of 1983, and local elections of West Glamorgan County Council and Cardiff West Parliamentary Constituency, 1979-1984.

Parri, Meurig.

Scrapbook relating to the Welsh Army Corps, &c.

A scrapbook of press cuttings relating to the Welsh Army Corps, 1914-1917 (pp. 1-13), the visit of King Manuel [II] of Portugal to Cardiff, 1916 (pp. 14-31), and to the City of Cardiff hospital for France appeal, 1914 (pp. 193-194).
There is an index inside the back cover.

Sir John Ballinger Papers

  • GB 0210 MSJOHGER
  • Fonds
  • [early 19 cent.]-1927

Papers, [early 19 cent.]-1927, of Sir John Ballinger, which include articles, reviews, reports and addresses by Ballinger, some of which relate to libraries in Britain, including a report on the University College of North Wales, Bangor library and reports and other papers, 1903-1910, relating to the Library Association; articles, addresses and notes by Ballinger relating to literary matters and (mainly Welsh) historical events and figures; and papers and correspondence, 1903-1906, relating to the Bible in Wales.

Ballinger, John, 1860-1933.

Material relating to Cardiff,

Miscellaneous material relating to Cardiff, including printed extracts from a history of Rawlins White (d. 1555); a copy of an inventory, November 1673, of goods and household staff at Cardiff Castle; notes on the lords of Cardiff Castle and tables showing their descent; a copy of an act of the reign of Queen Anne for the rebuilding of Cardiff Bridge; a programme of 'Tableaux Vivans' to be exhibited at Cardiff Castle, 1 February 1856; a printed letter, 1860, from Clement Waldron and Joseph H. Wallis to John Montgomery Traherne relating to a series of 'conversazioni' to be held at Cardiff; plans of the Bute Ship Canal, 1839, and of the proposed layout of the land adjoining the Bute ship dock, 1840; press cuttings; etc.

National Museum of Wales Records,

  • GB 0210 NATEUMES
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1986 /

Minutes of the Council of the National Museum of Wales and of committees connected with the Museum, 1967-77, 1980-6, draft annual report, 1982-3, and papers relating to the Welsh Folk Museum for the period 1967-86, with a copy of a substantial draft discussion paper entitled 'Tape Recording and Welsh Folk Life' (April 1983).

National Museum of Wales.

South Wales Baptist College Records,

  • GB 0210 SOUEGE
  • Fonds
  • [c. 1701]-1992 (mainly 1759-1996) (accumulated 1807-1996) /

Records of, and inherited by, the South Wales Baptist College, [c.1701]-1996, including minute books, 1899-1983; account books, 1839-1978; correspondence, 1965-1979; programmes of ordination, induction, memorial and other services, 1961-1996; memorial service cards, 1945-1997; orders of service at marriage ceremonies, 1963-1997; orders of valedictory services, 1991-1997; manuscript sermons, 1815-[c.1860]; church history notes, 1927-1966; albums and addresses, 1876-1918; journals, 1877-1881; photographs, 1880s-1960s; deeds and documents, 1759-1919, and miscellaneous papers, 1930-1956, relating to lands in the parish of Penrhos, Monmouthshire; diaries and notebooks of Welsh Baptists, 1818-1907; miscellaneous papers and volumes, [c.1701]-1944; miscellaneous pamphlets, 1958-1996; papers of T. W. Chance, 1876-1955, comprising addresses; sermons; notebooks; printed reports and journals; and an album containing letters from eminent Baptist figures, [c.1794]-1898.

South Wales Baptist College

Cardiff: press cuttings

The series comprises press cuttings from English newspapers and journals, 1863-[pre 1998], relating to Wales, and more especially to Cardiff.

Unemployment Assistance Board (Cardiff ) Sports and Social Club Papers,

  • GB 0210 UNEARD
  • Fonds
  • 1927-1945 (accumulated 1935-1945) /

Records of the Unemployment Assistance Board (Cardiff) Sports and Social Club, 1935-1945, including committee minutes, correspondence, annual reports and financial accounts, and programmes; papers relating to Unemployment Assistance Board (Wales) eisteddfodau, 1938-1939; and papers concerning the Cardiff Channel Dry Docks and Pontoon Co. Ltd, 1927-1930, and the Civil Service Clerical Association, 1938. There are no records of the Board's official activities.

Unemployment Assistance Board (Cardiff) Sports and Social Club.

Western Mail & Echo Ltd Records,

  • GB 0210 WESCHO
  • Fonds
  • 1869-1980 /

Records of Western Mail & Echo Ltd and related companies, 1869-1980, including advertisement and circulation revenue, 1869-1899; deeds of partnership of Owen and Carr, 1878; records of Daniel Owen & Co. Ltd, 1884-1895; Western Mail Ltd ledgers, registers, cash books and registers of member shares, 1896-1936; David Duncan & Sons Ltd, private ledgers, cash books and journals, 1906-1930, and liquidator's record book, 1929-1930; papers relating to the amalgamation of Western Mail Ltd with David Duncan & Sons, 1928-1931; miscellaneous papers and correspondence, 1893-1950; papers relating to the Weterns Mail Mumbles Lifeboat disaster fund and the Six Bells disaster fund, 1948-1964; and managing director's monthly reports, 1966-1978.

Western Mail & Echo Ltd.

Lists of works relating to Wales, &c.

  • NLW MS 6720C
  • File
  • Late 19 cent.

One of two volumes containing lists of topographical and other works relating to Wales, extracts from various books and journals, and a few engraved prints, etc., probably collected by H. Gough, who was responsible for some of the drawings of heraldic arms relating to Cardiff which are included in the collection.

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