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Gareth With Pax

Gareth Jones is shown sitting on a bench on the deck of a ship with a small Oriental boy. Inscription on reverse reads, "Gareth with Pax 1935."

O.M. Edwards: letters to his brothers Edward and John Edwards

The series consists of letters written by Edwards to his brothers Edward and John (the precise recipient is not usually identified) mainly from Aberystwyth and Oxford, together with some letters written from the Continent. The letters describe his experiences and activities, both academic pursuits and leisure interests, in some detail. There are many references to family news and events.

Edwards, Edward, 1865-1933

O.M. Edwards: letters to his parents

The series contains letters written by O.M. Edwards to his parents Owen and Elizabeth Edwards discussing in some detail his experiences as a student at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and at Balliol College, Oxford, his travels on the Continent, and his life as an Oxford don. Many of the letters contain references to events at Llanuwchllyn and to family life.

Personal interests and observations

The unit consists of notes and printed material relating to Welsh topography and history, 1928-1997, nature diaries, 1935-1998, field notebooks, 1952-1994, personal diaries, 1994-1998, notes and printed matter relating to Henry Thoreau, 1943-1999, and other naturalists, 1935-1996, correspondence, [c.1938]-2016, and travel records, 1947-1994.

Personal papers

The group comprises personal papers, being letters written by and received by the Griffith family, 1724-1943, letters of families such as Hughes of Gwydir, Weeg, Llwyn Gronw and Cae'rberllan, Roberts of Bryn y neuadd, Wynne of Garthmeilio and Plasnewydd, and others, 1680-1882, small diaries, pocket notebooks and almanacks containing memoranda and personal notes, 1701-1853, a few photographs, postcards and other memorabilia, 1901-[c. 1940], school papers, certificates and appointments, 1746-1920. The family members who are most frequently represented here are Jane Griffith (nee Hughes), John Wynne Griffith, Jane Griffith (nee Wynne), George Griffith, Edward Humphrey Griffith, William Henry Griffith and William Douglas Wynne Griffith. The letters, notebooks and diaries are illustrative of late eighteenth and nineteenth century life, particularly with regard to the family and household, social engagements, sporting activities, travel, elections, contemporary local and national events, domestic organisation and estate management.

Griffith, Jane, 1737-1811