Letters from John Edward Lloyd

Scope and Content

  • /1 27 Nov 1889, Academic: U.C. Aberystwyth; R. Williams.
  • /2 3 Dec 1889, Scholarly: The Ancient Laws of Wales.
  • /3 2 Jun 1906, Academic: 'Schools of History'.
  • /4 2 Aug 1908, Scholarly: A History of Wales.
  • /5 23 Oct 1909, Business/Academic: Constable & Co., A History ofWales... Longman's Blackie. Post of Assistant Lecturer, University College N. Wales.
  • /6 17 Nov 1909, Business: Publishing. Blackie. Longman's. Alice Crompton.
  • /7 14 Dec 1909, Business: publishing Longman's. W.E. Rhodes.
  • /8 17 Dec 1909, Academic: Assistant Lecturer U.C.N.W. J.F. Rees.
  • /9 25 Feb 1911, Scholarly: A History of Wales...
  • /10 14 Dec 1911, Academic/Scholarly: Historical Association, AHistory of Wales...
  • /11 17 May 1914, Scholarly: John de Halton.
  • /12 16 Oct 1914, Academic: Assistant Lecturer,University College, North Wales. F.R. Barnes.A.T. Turberville. H. Phillips. W.G. Rushbrook. R. Williams.
  • /13 8 Dec 1915, Academic: External examiner. National University Ireland.
  • /14 27 Nov 1922, Academic/Political: International Historical Conference. GeneralElection.

Administrative / Biographical History

Sir John Edward Lloyd (1861-1947), Welsh historian and university administrator, author ofA history of Wales to the Edwardian Conquest (1911).