Welsh and Anglo-Welsh correspondence

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Welsh and Anglo-Welsh letters, poems, plays etc. James Kitchener Davies (1902-52). Holograph poems 'O bridd y ddaear' and 'Sacrament', and a play 'Miss Blodeuwedd', all apparently unpublished. Sir T. H. Parry-Williams (1887-1975) and Lady Parry Williams. Letters and cards, 1963-75; reference for BJM, 1926. Gareth Vaughan Jones (1905-35). 2 letters and printed order of memorial service at Barry. Thomas Gwynn Jones (1871-1949). Letters, 1926-31; corrected typescript of 'Pobun' (translated from Hugo von Hofmannsthal). Signed by TGJ, 27 Dec. 1932. Vernon Watkins (1906-67). Letters and card, 1963-66; typescript translations of poems by Rilke, not included in 'The collected poems' (1986). Aeron Lewis (1907-76), Academic Registrar at University College, Cardiff. Dylan Thomas (1941-53). A tribute by BJM published in 'Broadsheet', Dec. 1953; photocopies of letters from Dylan Thomas to Ralph (Wishart?) and John Ormond Thomas, and of part of 'A conversation about Christmas'; tape-recording of interviews about Dylan Thomas with BJM and Dylan's mother. R. George Thomas, Professor of Medieval English, University College, Cardiff. Typescript poems 'Sonnets of separation (1944-1946)' and 'Poems 1939-1942 and Poems from the Far East'. Glyn Jones. 2 Letters, 1946 and (n.d.); photocopies of articles. (David) Charles Davies (c. 1900-53), lecturer in English at Bangor. Letters, 1942-46. (Walter) Idris Jones, Llandaff (1900-71). Letters and cards, 1968-69; photographs of his brother Gwyn's grave in Italy; obituary notice. Gwendoline Elizabeth Davies, C.H. (1882-1951). Printed orders of service at Gregynog and Llandinam, September 1951. Howell Elvet Lewis, C.H., known as Elfred (1860-1953). Press cuttings of obituary tributes. BBC Wales Radio scripts. A. T. Davies on Glyn Jones's 'The water music', (1945?); 'It might happen here. No 1. The miners', by Karl Otten and Eynon Evans, 1942; 'Macbeth', translated by T. Gwynn Jones, 1938; 'Crist y beirdd', blodeugerdd gan A. T. Davies, 1950; 'Gerard Manley Hopkins and Wales', by Glyn Jones, 1951.