Papers of the following members of the Neath Antiquarian Society: V. L. Barnes, Olive Irene Branch, William Chouls, Henry Curtis, David Jones Davies, J. M. Davies, Dr. Tom G. Davies, William S. Davis, Rev. George Eyre Evans, Joseph Evans, Sally Evans, George Grant Francis, William F. Griffiths, P. Havard, Brian Hornsey, Laurence Ince, Donald H. Jones, Rhys Jenkins, Syd Johnson, Anthony L. Jones, Cliff Morgan, W. C. Morgan, Walter Oak, James Richings, C. Stanley Thomas, Arthur Thomas, Keith Tucker, - Vaughan, T. Ware, Richard Williams, 1727-1999; other papers collected by unnamed members of the Neath Antiquarian Society including transcripts and facsimiles of documents, [late 19th century]-2000.
Collected papers of members of the Neath Antiquarian Society
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Neath Antiquarian Society was established in 1923, for the study of the history of Neath and district. Members of the society have been active in research into various aspects of the history, geography and archaeology of the local area, and many have donated their research papers and publications to the Neath Antiquarian Society.
Arranged into three sections: section 1, papers of named antiquarians (alphabetical by name); section 2, papers collected by unnamed antiquarians; section 3, news cuttings, transcriptions and facsimiles of documents.
Source not recorded.
Compiled by Andrew Dulley for the ANW project.
Other Finding Aids
A hard copy of the catalogue is available at the Neath Mechanics' Institute.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual copyright regulations apply.
All records have been retained.
Accruals are not expected.