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A notable collection of Welsh, English and Continental early printed Bibles.
Chronicling the history of discoveries in the New World and Asia from the 16th-19th centuries, as well as the art and technology of map and atlas production.
Annual calendars of information for everyday use: weather predictions, tide tables, planting dates, and astronomical notes.
Hymn books and pamphlets from a wide range of denominations and church groups.
The earliest examples of European publishing between 1470-1500, evidencing key subjects of importance at the dawn of printing.
Manuscript scores and personal memorabilia of composer Morfydd Owen.
Personal and professional papers of Hugh Cudlipp, former editor of the Daily Mirror.
Cheap printed verse, providing entertainment and conveying local and foreign news of popular interest.
Wide ranging examples from British, European, and American private presses operating in the 19th and 20th centuries.
A comprehensive collection of works by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Your free gateway to the treasures and unique research collections of Cardiff University.
Special Collections and Archives, Arts and Social Studies Library, Colum Drive, Cardiff, CF10 3EU
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