National Monuments Record of Wales Archives and Library Bulletin – November 2015
Welcome to the latest monthly edition of the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW) Archives and Library Bulletin which lists all newly catalogued material.
The archival items, library books and journal articles are all available to view in our public reading room. The full archive catalogue is available on Coflein and contains digital copies of many of the items listed.
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Archaeology Wales Project Archives: Ref. No. AWP_095_01
Report relating to an Archaeological Building Investigation and Recording & Watching Brief at Llanelly House, Llanelly: Project No. 1056, Report No. 1296.
Covering dates: 2014
Additional Information: Cat. No. 612005-613016
Supplementary information relating to various sites in Wales
Covering dates: 1988-1991
Cadw Guardianship Monument Drawings: CGM11/122
Cadw guardianship monument drawings relating to:
- Tintern Abbey: 1925-1968. Ref. No. CGM27/036-050
- Neath Abbey: 1923-1970. Ref. No. CGM28/001-005
- Newport Castle, Monmouthshire: 1935-1936. Ref. No. CGM28/006-010
- Raglan Castle: 1947-1973. Ref. No. CGM28/011-020
- Montgomery Castle: undated. Ref. No. CGM28/021-024
- St. Winifride’s Well and Well chapel: undated. Ref. No. CGM11/122
Drawings Collection: Cat. Ref. 612020-612812
Drawings relating to various sites in Wales, including:
- Royal House Machynlleth
- Holy Trinity Church, Marcross
- Blaen y Cwm, Kiln
- Faen Grach
- Aberystwyth Castle
- Whitebridge Sawmill, Welshpool.
Covering dates: 1981-c.2014
Investigators Photographs: Cat. Ref. 612339-612780
Photographs relating to:
- Trevivian, Swansea
- Wynnstay Hall, Ruabon
Covering dates: 1995-1998
- Dyeline copies of measured architectural drawings, reports and correspondence associated with the construction of the Billy Banks Estate, Penarth; and subsequent repairs: 1964-2010. Ref. No. OAI/05
- Miscellaneous records, including framed pictures and documentary material relating to Rank Hovis: c.2005. Ref. No. OAI/021
RCAHMW Swansea Canal Publication Collection: Ref. No. SC146-166
Preliminary sketch plans, measured drawings, and maps, produced for the proposed RCAHMW publication on Swansea Canal.
Covering dates: c.1973-1982
United Theological College, Aberystwyth, Architect’s Drawings: Ref. No. UTC/014-015
Ink and colour wash drawings relating to the proposed new Theological College, (formerly the Hotel Cambria), Aberystwyth.
Covering dates: c.1907
Wrecks Collection: Ref. No. WC3/13
Thirty-two colour slides from the ADU Submap survey of the Resurgam, comprising surface shots showing NAS training, finds, on Xanadu and Terschelling.
Covering dates: 1997
Blanchet, Elisabeth, 2014, Prefab homes, Shire library, 788, Shire, Oxford.Burton, Janet ; Stöber, Karen (eds.), 2013, Monastic Wales: new approaches, University of Wales Press, Cardiff.Caple, Chris, 2007, Excavations at Dryslwyn Castle, 1980-95, Monograph 26, Society for Medieval Archaeology, Leeds.
Chapman, Adam, 2015, Welsh soldiers in the later Middle Ages, Boydell Press, Woodbridge.
Clark, Grahame, 1973, The Stone Age hunters, Book Club Associates, London.
Clifton-Taylor, Alec & Ireson, A. S., 1983, English stone building, V. Gollancz in association with P. Crawley, London.
Cormack, Peter, 2015, Arts & crafts stained glass, Yale University Press, New Haven.
Emerick, Keith, 2014, Conserving and managing ancient monuments: heritage, democracy, and inclusion, Heritage matters Series: Volume 14, Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge.
Fawcett, Bill, 2015, Railway architecture, Shire, Oxford.
Hopkinson, Charles & Speight, Martin, Edward, 2002, The Mortimers, lords of the March, Logaston, Almeley.
Kadish, Sharman, 2015, Jewish heritage in Britain and Ireland: an architectural guide, Historic England, Swindon.
Morgan, Dennis, 2003, The illustrated history of Cardiff’s suburbs, Breedon Books Publishing Co., Derby.
Parsons, David N., 2013, Martyrs and memorials: Merthyr place-names and the church in early Wales, Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth.
Plumb, J. H., 1978, The death of the past, Macmillan Press Ltd, London.
Potter, John F., 2013, Searching for early Welsh churches: a study in ecclesiastical geology, BAR British series, 578, Archaeopress, Oxford.
Poyner, D; Browning, A; Lake, K. (Eds.), 2006, Mining in the landscape: NAMHO 2006 conference proceedings, Shropshire Caving and Ming Club.
Poyner, D. & Lake, K., 2014, 50 years of mine exploration: Proceedings of the 2011 NAMHO conference, Preston Montford, Shropshire, Shropshire Caving & Mining Club.
Smith, R. J., 2015, Great Western Railway Stations 1947: a photographic & track diagram survey. Part 2, (numbers 721-1612), The Wirral, Welsh Borders and Wales, Robin Smith, Cleckheaton.
Steadman, Sharon R., 2015, Archaeology of domestic architecture and the human use of space, Left Coast Press, California.
Willes, Margaret, 2014, The gardens of the British working class, Yale University Press, New Haven.
Woodell, S. R. J. (Ed.), 1985, The English landscape: past, present, and future, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Cartographic Journal vol. 52 no. 2 (May 2015)
Current Archaeology no. 309 (December 2015)
Europa Nostra Scientific Bulletin vol. 66-67 (2014): Heritage Conservation and enhancement in former conflict zones and Underground Defences and fortifications
Fort vol. 43 (2015)
Gower vol. 66 (2015)
Industrial Archaeology Review vol. 37 no. 2 (November 2015)
Meisgyn and Glynrhondda Local History Research vol. 8 nos. 4, 5, 6 (March, July, November 2015)
Panel for Historical Engineering Works Newsletter no. 147 (September 2015)
Pembrokeshire: The Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society vol. 24 (2015)
Pembrokeshire Life (November 2015)
Pen Cambria no. 30 (Winter 2015)
Planet no. 220 (Winter 2015)
Journals: Current Awareness
Industrial Archaeology Review vol. 37 no. 2, p. 123: Review of David Gwyn’s Welsh Slate by Michael Lewis.
Pembrokeshire: The Journal of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society vol. 24, p. 35: ‘Goosey goosey Gander with Jemima Shelduck in attendance: Two Stone Age Occupation Caves in South Penbrokeshire’ by Anne Eastham [former Commissioner]; p. 50: ‘Monks and Five Pembrokeshire Standing Stones’ by Michael Eastham [illustrated with RCAHMW photographs]
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