Royal Commission Archive & Library Bulletin of Newly Catalogued Material – May 2018
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. All publications may be found on our online Library Catalogue.
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Bethesda Urban Characterisation Photographs: Ref. No. BUCP
Photographic survey of the Bethesda Urban area; commissioned by Gwynedd County Council and undertaken by Richard Hayman
Covering dates: 2017
Headland Archaeology Projects Archive
Archive records relating to
- City Vizion, Newport, 2017: Ref. No. HAP021
- Radyr Weir, Cardiff: Ref. No. HAP022
- Wylfa Newydd Proposed New Nuclear Power Station, 2016: Ref. No. HAP023
- Dalar Hir , 2016: Ref. No. HAP024
- Wylfa Newydd Proposed New Nuclear Power Station Rock, 2016: Ref. No. HAP025
- Castell Llwyd Farm, Llanfabon, Caerphilly, Glamorgan, 2016: Ref. No. HAP026
- Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, Engine Hill, Bodelwyddan, Rhyl, 2015-2016: Ref. No. HAP027
Industries of Wales: Ref. No. IOW
Collection of material, collated for a report assessing the engineering and architectural records relating to the industries of Wales; produced by Salvatore Garfi on behalf of RCAHMW
Covering dates: c.1992-1993
Investigators’ Digital Photography: Ref. No. DS2018_165-339
Digital photographs relating to various sites in Wales: new additions
Covering dates: 2015-2018
Islwyn Jones Chapels Collection
Black and white photographs relating to chapels and religious buildings in Wales
Covering dates: 1994-2000
Naomi Hughes Collection: Ref. No. NHC
Collection of black and white photographs relating to churches in Wales
Covering dates: 1995-1996
Mervyn Pritchard Collection: Ref. No. MP
Photographs and drawings and miscellaneous material relating to sites in Wales, produced or collected by Mervyn Pritchard, RCAHMW
Covering dates: c.1918-1922
RCAHMW Chapels Photographic Collection
Black and white photographs relating to non-conformist chapels in Wales: new additions
Covering dates: 1996-1997
Llyfrau ~ Books
Briggs, Asa. 1979. Iron Bridge to Crystal Palace: impact and images of the industrial revolution. Thames and Hudson [for] the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust: London.
Buck, J. 1972. Discovering narrow gauge railways. Shire Publications: Aylesbury, [Eng.].
Burnsey, Peter & Allen, Rosalyn. 2018. The restoration of no. 6 Church Row Defynnog, Powys 2013-2017 and Notes on Church Row. Privately published.
Cossons, Neil. 1993. The BP book of industrial Archaeology. David & Charles: Newton Abbot.
Dibnah, Fred and Hall, David. 2003. Fred Dibnah’s age of steam. BBC Publications: London.
Hope-Simpson, Jacynth. 1978. The making of the machine age. William Heinemann Ltd.: London.
Jones, T. 1990[reprint]. Rhymney memories. National Library of Wales: Aberystwyth.
Martin, Colin. 2017. A Cromwellian warship wrecked off Duart Castle, Mull, Scotland, in 1653. Edinburgh: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
Moore, D. 1981. Early views of towns in Wales and the border. National Library of Wales: Aberystwyth.
Oliver, R.C.B. 1987. The family history of Thomas Jones the artist of Pencerrig, Radnorshire. Sayce Brothers: Llandrindod Wells.
Overman, M. 1975. Man the bridge builder. Priory Press: London.
Perkins, D. 1974. Great little trains of Wales. Celtic Educational Services: [Swansea], Wales.
Rooksby, D.A. 1973. Narrow gauge railways of Wales. Jarrold and Sons Ltd.: Norwich.
Spence, J. 1975. Victorian & Edwardian railways from old photographs. B.T.Batsford Ltd.: London.
Wright, H.E. 1975. Welsh railways / Rheilffyrdd Cymru. James Pike Ltd.: St. Ives.
Cyfnodolion ~ Journals
Antiquity Vol. 92 (April 2018).
Current Archaeology Vol. 339 (June 2018).
Essex Historic Buildings Group Newsletter No. 4 (May 2018).
Melin, Journal of the Welsh Mills Society Vol. 33 (2017).
Planet: The Welsh Internationalist Vol. 230 (Summer 2018).
Railway and Canal Historical Society Bulletin No. 473 (May-June 2018).
Talyllyn News No. 257 (March 2018).
Vernacular Architecture Group Spring Conference 2018, North Wales, University of Bangor Ffriddoedd Campus.
Vernacular Architecture Society of South Africa: The historical context of the T-shaped house at Elandsberg in the Roggeveld 2017.
VASSA Journal: Vernacular Architecture Society of South Africa No. 33 (November 2017).
Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Bulletin Iss. 75 (Spring 2018).
Welsh Stone Forum No. 15 (March 2018).
Cylchgronau: gwasanaeth ymwybyddiaeth gyfredol ~ Journals: Current Awareness
Current Archaeology Vol. 339 (June 2018). The latest from the past: Revealing the archaeology of Ramsey Island, an update about the CHERISH Project.
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