Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – July-August 2021
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- Blair, J.; Rippon S. and Smart, C. 2020. Planning in the early medieval landscape. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
- Blaxland, Sam. 2020. Swansea University: Campus and Community in a Post-war World: 1945-2020. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
- Croll, Andy. 2020. Barry Island: the making of a seaside playground, c.1790-c.1965. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
- Davis, Paul. 2021. Towers of defiance: the castles and fortifications of the princes of Wales. Talybont: Y Lolfa.
- Evans, Chris and Miskell, Louise. 2020. Swansea copper: a global history. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
- Fox, Harold. 2001. The evolution of the fishing village: landscape and society along the south Devon coast, 1086-1550. Oxford: Leopard’s Head Press.
- Griffiths, Ralph. 2021. Free and public: Andrew Carnegie and the libraries of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
- Jones, Matthew. 2020. Transforming towns: designing for smaller communities. London: RIBA Publishing.
- Kenyon, John. 2020. Llandaff Cathedral. London: Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd.
- Rogers. David. 2020. The Roman villa of Llantwit Major. Gwynedd: Llygad Gwalch Cyf.
- Tomos, Elin. 2020. ‘Y mae y lle yn iach’: Chwarel Dinorwig 1875-1900. Llanwrst: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.
- Welsh Government. 2020. Cymu’n cofio 1914-1918 / Wales remembers 1914-1918. Cardiff: Welsh Government.
- Ancient Monuments Society / Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 2 (Summer 2021).
- Archaeoleg yng Nghymru / Archaeology in Wales Volume 59 (2019).
- Architects’ Journal Volume 248 (Part 7, 22/07/2021).
- AJ Specification Volumes June and July (2021).
- British Archaeology Volume 180 (September/October 2021).
- Buildings & Landscapes Volume 28 (Number 1, Spring 2021).
- Cartographic Journal Volume 57 (Number 4, November 2020).
- Current Archaeology Volumes 375 and 376 (June and July 2021).
- Current World Archaeology Volume 107 (June/July 2021).
- Domestic Buildings Research Group Newsletter Volume 148 (June 2021).
- Heritage in Wales Volume 72 (Summer 2021).
- Landscapes Volume 21 (Number 1, July 2020).
- Llafur Volume 12 (Number 4 2019/21).
- Maplines Summer (2021).
- Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin Volume 492 (July 2021).
- Railway and Canal Historical Society Journal Volume 241 (July 2021).
- Sheetlines Volume 121 (August 2021).
- The Victorian Volume 67 (July 2021).
- Tijdschrift van de Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed Part 3 (2021).
- Tools & Trades History Society Newsletter Volume 149 (Summer 2021).
- Touchstone 2021.
- Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Bulletin Volume 80 (Summer 2021).
- Welsh History Review Volume 30 (Number 3, June 2021).
- Welsh Mills Society Newsletter Volume 144 (July 2021).
- Welsh Railways Archive Volume 7 (Number 3, May 2021).
- Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter Volume 166 (Summer 2021).
Journals: Current Awareness
Ancient Monuments Society / Friends of Friendless Churches Newsletter Part 2 (Summer 2021) p.7 Casework: refurbishment of Gladstone Library, Hawarden approved; demolition of Aberaeron Hospital, Ceredigion approved; planning application at Royal Dockyard, Pembroke Dock has been called in by Welsh Ministers; amended plans to be submitted for proposed front extension to Cae Efa Lwyd Fawr, Penygroes, Caernarfon; p. 11 objections submitted for the proposed demolition of Golftyn Presbyterian Chapel, Connah’s Quay, Flintshire; p.12 application for change of use for Chapel of St Thomas a Becket, The Rath, Milford Haven and Capel Nant, Nanhoron, Gwynedd from ecclesiastical to domestic; p.16 closure of St. James’s Church, Llangua, Monmouthshire; p. 18 short history of St Beuno’s Church, Penmorfa, Gwynedd and the women associated with it.
- Architects’ Journal Volume 248 (Part 7, 22/07/2021), p.44 review of end-of-year student shows at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff; p. 46 Graduate School of the Environment, Centre for Alternative Technology and Swansea College of Art, \university of Wales Trinity Saint David.
- British Archaeology Volume 180 (September/October 2021), p.62 Casefiles: 57. Island House, Laugharne, Carmarthen, Cyllene Griffiths.
- Cartographic Journal Volume 57 (Number 4, November 2020) p. 299 Review of Carto-Cymru: Symposium Mapiau Cymru/The Wales Map Symposium.
- Current Archaeology Volumes 375 (June 2021), p.10 ‘Unprecedented prehistoric finds on Skokholm Island; p.14-15 ‘Excavating the CA archive’ Joe Flatman – Glamorgan and Gwent.
- Maplines Summer (2021), p.29 Carto Cymru – the Wales Map Symposium 2021: Surveying the Streets, Review, Huw Thomas.
- Sheetlines Volume 121 (August 2021), p.40-49 From Ruabon to Rangoon: The 61 Indian Reproduction Group 1E, Ian Jacobs.
- The Victorian Volume 67 (July 2021), p. 28-29 Kinmel Hall, Conwy.
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