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Acc 1185Ref: MUS/30MUS/30: John Jenkins & Sons, Builders & Undertakers of 21 Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, and other documentsMUS/30/1
Carpenters order book, possibly of John Jenkins & Sons, builders & undertakers of 21 Bridge Street, Aberystwyth.
1933 1938 MUS/30/2
Builders and Contractors pocket note and account book. Possibly John Jenkins of Aberystwyth? (references to Great Bampton House, Hereford, also addresses in Aberystwyth, Borth etc.)
Builders and Contractors pocket note and account book. Predominantly carpentry. Possibly Thomas Jenkins of Aberystwyth?
Account (payments & receipts) book of John Jenkins and Sons, Builders and Contractors of Aberystwyth
Wages returns book April 1933 October 1939.MUS/30/6
John Jenkins & Sons, Joiners. Ironmongery & fittings account book 1910 1929.MUS/30/7
National Provincial Bank Limited, Aberystwyth branch. Bank Book of Messrs. John Jenkins & Sons, 21 Bridge Street.
Blank trade postcards from the firm of John Jenkins & Sons, Builders and Contractors, Aberystwyth
Schedule of prices from Messrs. Roberts & Sons, Timber Merchants,Drefechan [Trefechan]
Photograph of unknown young man. Photographer: Culliford, Aberystwyth.
No date, c. 1905?MUS/30/11
Account book of John Jenkins and Sons, Aberystwyth showing work undertaken and goods supplied to named customers.
1912 - 1920MUS/30/12
Plan and Elevation: Proposed portico for Hafod y Coed. J. Arthur Jones architect.
No date MUS/30/13
Pencil drawing: details of woodwork at Iscoed, Caradog Road, Aberystwyth for Prof. D.M. Lewis M.A
No date MUS/30/14
Pencil drawing: details of staircase and balustrade for The Strand, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth.
14. Elevation and section: half-inch detail of staircases at Bronglais, Aberystwyth. J. Lewis Evans, Architect and Surveyor, Aberystwyth.
July 1933 MUS/30/16
Plan and Elevation: Plans of proposed alterations of No. 6 North Parade for Misses E. and M.E. Lewis. D.T. Jones of Central Chambers, Aberystwyth, architect.
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