Central Welsh Board. Today and tomorrow in Welsh education: a referendum addressed to Welsh education authorities. Cardiff: Central Welsh Board. 1916. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.C
Central Welsh Board. Report on the teaching of art in Welsh intermediate schools. Cardiff: C.W.B. 1918. Salisbury: WG12.C
The future of Welsh education – what shall it be? Cardiff: Western Mail. 1917. Salisbury: WG12.F
Great Britain. Board of Education. Welsh Dept. A nation and its books. London: H.M. Stationery off. 1916. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG40.G
Great Britain. Board of Education. Welsh Dept. Suggestions for the preparation of schemes by Local Education Authorities in Wales: pursuant to the Education Act 1918. London: His Majesty’s Stationary Office. 1919. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.G
Great Britain. Ministry of Education. Welsh Department. Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant: Gwyl goffa Cymru, 1915. Cardiff: Welsh Outlook Press. 1915. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.G
Great Britain. ROYAL C. University education in Wales. App. To Ist Rep.. 1916. Law: HMSO/ROYAL C/U
Great Britain. Treasury. Advisory Committee on Grants to Universities Colleges. Welsh university and colleges (grants in aid): return to an Order of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 19 April 1916: for, Copy of report of the Advisory Committee on Grants to Universities and Colleges with supplementary memorandum (26 Feb 1914), and of reports of the Departmental Committee on the National Medical School for Wales at Cardiff (7 Aug. 1914 and 9 Dec. 1914), and of the Treasury Minutes thereon, dated 9 Feb 1915 (with covering letter dated 24 Feb 1915 and 18 Apr. 1916). London: HMSO. 1916. Salisbury: WG38(1916)
Perman, A.J. and Merthyr Intermediate School. Headmaster’s annual report. 1915. Merthyr: H.W. Southey & Sons, Limited. 1915. Salisbury: Folio WG12.P
Reichel, Harry Rudolf. The University of Wales: an address delivered to the Cardiff Society of Cymmrodorion, January 1920. Newtown: Welsh Outlook Press. 1920. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.R
Transactions of the society of education. Volume 1 1915 –16; London, .
University of Wales. Court. Scheme for the reorganisation of the University of Wales, based on the recommendations of the Royal Commission, as adopted by the University Court. 1919? Salisbury: WG12.U
Welsh Department, Board of Education. St. David’s Day. London: Welsh Department, Board of Education. 1915. Salisbury: WG12.G
Williams, G. Welsh education in sunlight and shadow. London: Constable. 1918. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.W
Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg. Rhaglen yr Ysgol Haf Gymraeg, 1914: a gynhelir yng Ngholeg Crist, Aberhonddu, o Awst 3 hyd Awst 15. 1914? Salisbury: WG15.C
Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg. Adroddiad cymdeithas yr iaith Gymraeg am 1913, 1914, a 1915. Caerdydd: cwmni Cyhoeddiadol Addysgol. 1916. Salisbury: WG15.C
Evans, D. Yr iaith Gymraeg: ei horgraff a’i chystrawen. Liverpool: Hugh Evans. 1915. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG15.2.E
Owen, Owen Jones. The value of the Welsh language for English youth in Wales. Ton Pentre: The author. 1917. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG15.O
Undeb Bedyddwyr Cymru a Mynwy. Cymanfa Dwyrain Morgannwg. Cwestiwn yr iaith Gymraeg: sef ymchwil yn egluro pwys gyfyngder y cyfnod parthed anwybodaeth y plant a'n hieuenctid o'r iaith Gymraeg, yn bennaf yn eu perthynas a'r gwasanaeth crefyddol. Aberdar: Jenkin Howell. 1915. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG15.U
Williams, James G. Mother-tongue and other-tongue, or a study in bilingual teaching. Bangor: Jarvis & Foster. 1915. Arts and Social Studies Salisbury: WG12.W
History of Cardiff University
Board of Education, 1916-1917. Cardiff University Institutional Archives UCC/P/L&P/4. Correspondence with the Board of Education and other educational bodies relating to war matters, 1916/17. Included are requests to release individuals from military service, correspondence and an appeal for the recruitment of female students to assist with the 1917 summer flax harvest, and correspondence on raising funds and books for British prisoners of war.
Cardiff University Students’ Union War Memorial. Cardiff University Institutional Archives (UCC). Papers and photographs concerning the establishment of the Students’ Union as a memorial to the students killed in the First World War. Included are a photograph of the original Students’ Union Building, 1933 (UCC/Misc/P/24), a photograph of officers of the Student Union, 1933 (Ucc/Misc/P/28), papers and correspondence concerning the Students’ Union & War Memorial Committee, 1927/28 (UCC/R/F/28), the 1928 Students’ Union constitution (UCC/R/F/29), the War Memorial Fund, Students’ Union, 51 Park Place, 1920 (UCC/R/F/127), and the War Memorial committee and appeal, 1919 (UCC/R/F/14).
Cap and Gown, 1914-18. Library Archive 102/3. Eight issues of the Cardiff University student newspaper between 1914-1918 are held in the collections.
Emrys Evans papers. Cardiff University Institutional Archives (G1). Items relating to the death of a former student, Emrys Evans, during the First World War including a Declaration by the court of Governors concerning the death of Emrys Evans and his name on the Roll of Honour (G1/20), an article from the Rhondda Leader concerning the death of Emrys Evans (G1/21), an Order of Service from Emrys Evans’ Memorial Service (G1/22), and a photograph of Emrys Evans (G1/17).
Lewis George Madley papers. Cardiff University Institutional Archives (G4). Papers relating to Lewis George Madley, former student, 1897-1917, killed in action in First World War (G4).
Women’s National Land Service Corps, 1917-1918 Cardiff University Institutional Archives (UCC/P/L&P/4. 7 letters relating to the Women's National Land Service Corps call up of volunteers for the 1918 flax harvest, 30 Nov 1917-16 Mar 1918.
Other First World War resources held in Cardiff University Institutional Archives:
Address by the Principal to the Court of Governors, 1918 (UCC/P/Rpt/Ad/1).
Annual Reports from 1914-1918 (UCC/Cl/Rpt/7-9).
Contemporary newspaper cuttings (UCC/Misc/N/16-20).
Guard Book showing items relating to celebration of the Armistice (UCC/Misc/G/2).
Photograph of the Memorial in the Drapers’ Library showing the name of students who were killed in the First World War.