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National Library of Wales: 1994 Accessions

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  • Crawshay family: correspondence and papers, comprising mainly letters to George Crawshay (1821-96) and his daughter Mrs Florence Esdaile (d.1936) (NL WMSS 23283-7).
  • Sir Alun Talfan Davies, QC: papers and correspondence, mainly 1963-86 (Sir Alun Tayan Davies Papers).
  • Megan Lloyd George: over seven hundred letters, 1940-57, from Philip Noel-Baker (1889-1982), Labour politician, together with related papers, including letters to Megan Lloyd George from her father David Lloyd George, 1910-c.1918 (NL WMSS 23254-68).
  • Glyn Jones (b. 1905), poet, novelist and writer of short stories; over four thousand letters to, 1931-91 (NLWMSS, not yet numbered).
  • Saunders Lewis (1893-1985), writer and critic: further papers (NLWMSS 23224-33).
  • Roland Mathias, poet, critic and former editor of The Anglo- Welsh Review: correspondence and literary papers, 1925-92 (Roland Mathias Papers).
  • William Mathias (1934-92), composer: complete musical archive, including manuscripts of both published and unpublished works (The William Mathias Archive).
  • The Right Hon. John Morris MP: papers accumulated by, 1960s- 90 (John Morris Papers).
  • Lord Parry of Neyland, formerly Gordon Parry, Chairman of the Wales Tourist Board, 1978-84: papers, 1956-91 (Lord Parry Papers).
  • John Petts (1914-91), artist and sculptor: correspondence and papers, 1934-91 (NLW MSS 23207-13).
  • John Cowper Powys (1872-1963): papers relating to (NLW MSS 23193-7).
  • Rev. Dr Gomer M. Roberts (1904-93), Calvinistic Methodist minister and leading authority on the CM Connexion: papers (Papurau Gomer M Roberts).
  • George Emlyn Williams (1905-87), actor and playwright: papers of, comprising scrapbooks, drafts of literary works, correspondence, photographs and audio-visual material (Emlyn Williams Papers).
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