Archifdy Ceredigion Archives

Acc. 3560

Ref: MUS/452

Reference: [GB 0212] MUS/452
Level: Fonds
Extent: 21 items
Scope and content: Miscellaneous items, some with a Borth connection

MUS/452/1. Ticket for Dave Hamer's Grand Dioramas and the Excelsior concert party, at the Schoolroom, Llanfihangel, Wednesday 13 April 1904. On reverse, school timetable in which every day started with Latin except Monday, when it was Scripture.

MUS/452/2. Four Liverpool Corporation Tramways passes for use of members of His Majesty's Forces, one ride each

MUS/452/3. Receipt book with perforated pages and hard, marbled covers, printed at Aberystwyth for G. Richards, Coal Merchant. Unused.
20th century

MUS/452/4. Booklet: Valentine's Snapshots: 12 Photographs - North Wales, signed by J. Morgan.
c. 1936

MUS/452/5. Printed slip giving consulting hours for Dr T. J. Jones, The Lodge, Borth, from 5 July 1948, the day that the NHS was launched.

MUS/452/6. Humorous letter addressed to Sir Colin Guile, c/o Weston [House], Aberystwyth, Cards., from White Hall, Monmouthshire, stamp and postmark removed from envelope. Guile was an Aberystwyth undergraduate in 1948-51.
See also the Colin Guile collection, Ceredigion Archives, ADX/883
c. 1950

MUS/452/7. Label from medicine bottle, Jones and Evans, Veterinary Surgeons, Hazelcroft, 27 Bridge Street, Aberystwyth, with instruction to 'Give all the medicine in one dose'

MUS/452/8-21 Photographs

MUS/452/8. Mounted on card, couple in front of unidentified farmhouse

MUS/452/9. Postcard, unidentified house, 'R. Roberts' typed on reverse

MUS/452/10. Man on BSA Model S motorcycle of c. 1923 outside house with builder's sign, R. Pitcher and Co. of Akerman Road, Brixton

MUS/452/11. 'Abertafol', row of houses near Aberdyfi

MUS/452/12-13. Farmhouse or houses, 'Crudygwynt'

MUS/452/14. Double exposure, castle headland and Craig Las (Constitution Hill) from North Beach, Aberystwyth

MUS/452/15. Clarach Bay, looking south along strand

MUS/452/16. Young woman, labelled 'Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, "Sunfilmed" unawares'.
The Sunfilm company operated in resorts such as Clacton-on-Sea, Bognor Regis and Bournemouth from the 1920s into the early 1930s, using adapted movie cameras to produce strips of three 'walking pictures'
c. 1930

MUS/452/17-18. People and cattle, printed negatives

MUS/452/19. Harlech, 'View of Castle. Snowdon Side'

MUS/452/20. 'High Street, Harlech'

MUS/452/21. Wolf loping through pine woods

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