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Hughes a'i Fab (Firm : Wrexham, Wales)
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Letters E-I

The correspondents include D. Emlyn Evans (4), Prof. David Evans (3), Robert Evans (Cybi) (4), T. Hopkin Evans (19), D. Lloyd George (1), A. G. Gilchrist (2), A. P. Graves (8), R. D. Griffith (11), Ll. Wyn Griffith (1), E. J. Grutchfield (5), Hughes & Son (4), John Hughes, Treorchy (7), and Wil Ifan (1).

Letters from D. Tecwyn Lloyd

The file comprises letters, 1956-1959, from D. Tecwyn Lloyd to Goronwy and Marian Roberts. Most relate to Hughes and Sons, Wrexham, Publishers.

Lloyd, D. Tecwyn (David Tecwyn)

Letters from J. Lloyd Williams

Original or copy letters, 1911-1940, from J. Lloyd Williams, mainly relating to his work as editor of the Welsh Folk Song-Society Journal. The addressees include Mary Davies (28), A. P. Graves (2), Hughes & Son (2), Dora Herbert Jones (4), Ruth Lewis (12), and W. S. Gwynn Williams (2). They include copies of letters, 1915 (to Mary Davies), 1921 (to Mary Davies and Ruth Lewis) and 1936 (to the Executive of the Welsh Folk-Song Society), tendering his resignation as editor of the Society's Journal; together with a few miscellaneous items, including notes relating to letters sent to Mary Davies and A. P. Graves, 1908-1909.

Letters to D. Silvan Evans,

Twenty letters, 1876-97, to D. Silvan Evans from John Jones ('Ivon'; 1820-98), Aberystwyth (the offer of Llanwrin, mention of the Bonsall family, sympathy, re a memorial to [Evan Evans] 'Y Prydydd Hir', wishing to know whether an article he (Ivon) wrote on Aberystwyth periodical publications is at Llanwrin, the second edition of Ysten Sioned, his inquiries about a dog for the addressee). Two of the letters are signed 'John a Mary Jones'. Also included are a letter, 1894, from Hughes & Son, Wrexham to D. Samuel, Aberystwyth and a copy of an extract from Y Goleuad, 1 June 1894, concerning the second edition of Ysten Sioned.


Letters addressed to David Lewis, mainly on matters relating to Welsh music, 'eisteddfodau' and the bibliography and biography of music. The correspondents are Messrs Hughes & Son, Wrexham, 1872, Charles and Eleanor James, Tregaron, 1893-1904, J[ames] Spinther James, 1876-1905, David Jenkins, Aberystwyth, 1876-1912, J[abez] Edmund Jenkins ('Creidiol'), 1899, William Jenkins, Treorci, 1887, D. Jones, Swyddffynnon, 1901, David Jones, Aberystwyth, 1868, D[avid] R[obert] Jones ('Alaw Madog'), 1880, J[oseph] D[avid] Jones, Ruthin, 1866, J[ohn] Emlyn Jones ['Ioan Emlyn'], Merthyr Tydfil, 1865, Lewis Jones, Treherbert, 1871-1872 (with a letter to him by R[ichard] Mills), M[oses] O[wen] Jones, Treherbert, 1886, R. Jones, Porthmadog, 1898-1899, R[obert] Meigant Jones, 1890-1897, Thomas Jones, Llanengan, 1866, and T[homas] Jones ('Canrhawdfardd'), 1887.

Publication of Y Cerddor

Correspondence, 1915-1945, relating to the work of the National Council of Music, Cymdeithas Caredigion Cerdd (founded 1930) and, in particular, to the publication of Y Cerddor. The correspondence mainly reflects J. Lloyd Williams's contribution as editor of the Journal and his involvement with the National Council of Music. The correspondents include E. T. Davies, Sir Walford Davies, T. Hopkin Evans, John Griffith (co-editor with J. Lloyd Williams of Y Cerddor, 1930-1933), E. J. Grutchfield, Hughes & Son, J. Chas. MacLean, Jennie Williams and John Jones ('Ioan Brothen'). Copies of letters from J. Lloyd Williams are also included.