The first group of papers has been divided into the following sections : letters, essays and addresses, poetry, miscellaneous. The letters, 1883 - 1958 are written to and from both Edward Ffoulkes and Annie Ffoulkes. Amongst the correspondents are Sir John Morris Jones, T. Gwynn Jones, R. Williams Parry, Thomas Parry, Kate Roberts and other Welsh notables. The subjects discussed are mostly of a literary nature. On a more personal note, there are letters from Annie to her family when she was away at school and college and also from her brother, Meredydd, serving in France during the First World War. Also, a letter from W.J. Gruffydd in Egypt serving in the Navy to R. Silyn Roberts. The essays are divided into the works of Edward Ffoulkes and the works of Annie Ffoulkes and the subjects covered relate mainly to Welsh history, the Welsh language and literature. Amongst the poetry there is the work of Edward Ffoulkes, R. Silyn Roberts, R. Williams Parry, T. Gwynn Jones and W.J. Gruffydd. The miscellaneous section includes the diaries of Annie Ffoulkes, 1957-1961, testimonials, bills for tuition, certificates, photographs and Eisteddfod programmes.
The second group is divided into letters, essays and addresses, poetry and miscellaneous. The letters,1876 - 1954 and essays are of a similar nature to those in the first group. The poetry, in Welsh and English, belongs to Edward Ffoulkes. The miscellaneous section contains, amongst other things, certificates belonging to Annie Ffoulkes and a minute book of the Eisteddfod of the Dinorwic Quarrymen, 1885.