Pryse family of Gogerddan personal papers
- 1641-1987 (Creation)
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Extent and medium
5 outsize boxes, 58 vols, 4 folders, 1 leather wallet, 14 bundles, 37 envelopes, 1 loose item
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Scope and content
Family and personal papers of the Pryse family of Gogerddan, comprising one section relating to various members of the family, 1641-1952, and the other relating to Lady Marjorie Pryse, 1911-1987. They include royal appointments of the Pryses to the baronetcy and grants of the surname and arms, genealogical papers, pocket books of Pryse Pryse, manuscript poetry and other literature, printed literature, membership papers of the freemasons and other societies, family letters, and the diaries and personal papers of Lady Marjorie Pryse, documenting her early love affair with the Polish pianist, Auguste de Radwan, her subsequent life as the wife of Sir Lewes Pryse of Gogerddan and her eventual decline into poverty, 1911-1987.
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System of arrangement
Arranged as two groups comprising firstly family and personal papers of various members of the Pryse family, and secondly the diaries and personal papers of Lady Marjorie Pryse.
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Conditions governing access
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