Volume 17

 

2009/10

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Cabaret Set, Cambrian Pottery c1805

TO BUY: some copies still available for £6 at the annual History Day and Local History Book Fair at Swansea Museum. Keep an eye on our Events page for upcoming dates. Or contact the editor at publications@risw.org.

TO CONSULT: go to Swansea Central Library (Reference section), West Glamorgan Archive Service or (by appointment) Swansea Museum (01792/653763).

Contents include:

  • The Social History of a Postcard [Swansea seafront 1920s] by Richard Taylor
  • Pascoe St.Leger Grenfell and his Daughters through the eyes of the “Cambrian” by Malcolm Barton
  • The Marine Artist Charles Dixon (1872-1934) by Ronald L.Austin
  • A Swansea Pottery Cabaret Set by Helen Hallesy & Bernard Morris
  • The Mumbles Phoenix, a World War II Hero by Grafton Maggs
  • Historic Morriston under the Hammer by John Richard Davies
  • Louis Gustave Mouchel [engineer] (1852-1908) by Malcolm Hill
  • Working at Swansea Museum, my first 25 years by Gerald Gabb

ISBN 978-0-9563784-0-8

 

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