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Ann, second from the right, phtographed with the NLW Archives and Manuscripts team in 2017

Ann Francis Evans (1967-2023)

An archivist remembered in a hundred archives

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Two pupils with their teaching receiving their award

Library host Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative awards ceremony

Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative Awards Ceremony was held at the National Library of Wales

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Beehive from The Theater of Insects

The Theater of Insects

'The Theater of Insects' by Thomas Mouffet was purchased recently by the Library to add to their extensive collection of literature about bees.

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Individual looking at David Jones material

Shining a light on David Jones with digital exhibits

Two events recently held as part of a project on the work of poet and artist David Jones

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Two women working on the Crowd Cymru platform

Welcome to Crowd Cymru

Crowd Cymru is a collaborative project to develop an online volunteering community for Wales.

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Past and Future of the Welsh Parliament

As part of the events to mark 25 years since the first elections to the 'National Assembly for Wales' the Welsh Political Archive was invited to take part in a lunchtime event in the Senedd on Wednesday 8 May 2024.

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The Library at the Urdd Eisteddfod

The National Library is ready to welcome you at the Urdd Eisteddfod, with a stall full of exciting activities in Meifod.

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A cropped close-up of the Wrench Model C projector mechanism referred to in the blog.

The Wrench Model C

Alongside the reels of film collected by the Screen and Sound Archive are examples of film technology – some with fascinating history attached to them.

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A cropped section of a script page, with some pencil markings. The text reads: "1st Operator. Today's May 18th isn't it? / 2nd. " Yes Why? / 1st. " Well that's Good Will Day - the Child [cuts off] the day on which the Children of Wale- [cuts off]".

100 years since the first Peace and Goodwill message radio broadcast

The first time it was broadcast on the BBC World Service was in 1924, so 2024 is significant in the history of the Peace and Goodwill message.

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